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Though we loaded up on the veggies, we didn't skip on the good stuff!
If you love cheese, this is the recipe for you! This recipe is low fat, high protein, and FULL of flavor! Recipe scaled for 4.
Chewy, homemade flatbread makes any meal seem special. Use in place of pitas, bread, or crackers!
Low in fat, but big on taste, everyone wins with this comforting soup recipe!
Tzatziki is a Greek and Turkish appetizer, also used as a sauce or dip. This recipe is perfect with Mediterranean dishes or anything else on a hot summer's day.
A great dish for Sunday brunch.
Amazing lunch - full of fibre and protein!
very easy. can change the spices according to your personal taste
Low-calorie and high-fiber, these tasty (not fried) beans make a quick supper when spread upon warm corn tortillas topped with melted cheese.
This recipe is fast, filling and super low in fat.
This is a great tasting spinach and artichoke side dish. Make it even more healthy with fat free mayo and sour cream and a butter substitute.
These tostadas are cheap and easy to make--and they're full of fiber!
These bite-size tacos are always a hit in our house! Have some fun with this recipe; try adding chopped chives, avocado, different varieties of beans, or red onions.
Tired of the same ol' green beans? Then, try this recipe!
A fun appetizer!
A healthy and delicious alternative to the traditional recipe.
An easy snack everyone can enjoy!
5 Bean Salad or Dip Style
Just one of these muffins packs nearly 9 grams of protein! Pack one of these sweet, moist and delicious treats in your gym bag for a post-workout snack.
A great summer snack!
These seasonal waffles are easy to make and are packed with protein and fiber. The perfect fall or winter breakfast!
Very filling and satisfying snack that gives you protein, fruit, and carbs. Fun and easy for kids to make.
Inspired by the animated feature film, Ratatouille, this veggie-packed dish makes six healthy and hearty servings.
Breakfast on the go - just like Mom's pumpkin pie!
Flavorful and easy!
This recipe tries to copy the Olive Garden Minestrone Soup recipe.
Use this to dress your salad or as a dipping sauce for cut vegetables. Don't like cilantro? No problem, just swap it out for Italian parsley or dill.
Fiber, Protein, and Filling...We have this one a lot, good with rice.