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These pancakes are protein-rich with a delicious moistness that goes way beyond a box mix.
Try this vegetarian chicken salad. Garbanzo beans offer the meat substitute and Greek yogurt gives this dish a creamy consistency. Blend these up with chopped celery, walnuts and sweet dried cherries, then wrap in crispy lettuce.
You can use this meatless “pate” as a dip with whole grain crackers or raw veggies. It’s perfect to bring to parties or to serve as healthy side dish at family dinners.
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