Make this dip and store it in the fridge so you can snack on it with some fresh veggies throughout the week. You can also enjoy it with baked tortilla chips or pita wedges if it fits with your meal plan.
Try this simple smoothie for breakfast. You can take it with you on the go. Try experimenting with different types of fruit and 100% juices to mix it up!
Try this meatless meal for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!
You can play around with different types of lentils in this stew - try red, yellow, or brown lentils.
Serve these to the family as a side with dinner. The taste is so similar to traditional tater tots, they may not realize it’s cauliflower that they are eating!
Not a big veggie fan? Try roasting your vegetables. Roasting vegetables is one of the easiest and tastiest ways to prepare them.
Have you heard of meatless Mondays? By having one meatless meal per week, you can increase your veggie intake. If you really prefer more protein in your meal, try adding shrimp or chicken to this pasta dish.
Blueberries, spinach, and almond milk make this a Superfood Smoothie and a great way to start your day! Superfoods provide key nutrients that are lacking in the typical western diet.
Here’s a healthy version of Eggs Benedict where the bacon is replaced by perfectly sauteed garlic spinach and the hollandaise sauce is on the lighter side.
Potato dishes are a common holiday item. Serve this creamy potato side at your holiday dinner. No one will even know it’s a “healthy” version of scalloped potatoes!
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