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This hearty vegetarian stew has lots to offer, including fiber, iron, potassium, vitamins A, C and K. Plus, you can cook it up in just 30 minutes.
This cookie satisfies your sweet tooth without any added sugar. It’s a simple, five-ingredient recipe that includes dark chocolate, dates and vanilla.
Warm up with this nutrient-dense soup, loaded with essential vitamins and minerals. Smoked paprika gives this dish a kick, though standard paprika tastes great too.
This soup, seasoned with zesty lime juice and spicy jalapeño, gives great flavor. And it takes only 25 minutes to prepare.
That grilled chicken salad you eat for lunch every day may keep your diet on track. But it can get real boring, real fast. Add a little spark to your meal routine to improve your health while staying trim.
Nutty tasting soba noodles combine with earthy mushrooms, potassium-rich spinach and protein-packed tofu. Perfection in a bowl.
Try this delightful twist on traditional tabbouleh. Blend nutritious, high fiber bulgur with charred broccoli, chickpeas and tahini. You’ll get bone-building vitamin K, and vegetarian-friendly protein. And you’ll also get great taste.
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Start your day right with this light, tasty power breakfast. It offers a perfect balance of protein, greens and veggies — and the pesto gives it a little kick.