This superfood omelet is full of nutrient-rich veggies. Brussels sprouts and kale provide folate and glucosinolates. Seaweeds are full of minerals and avocados are loaded with healthy monounsaturated and saturated fats.
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The eggs, veggies and whole wheat in this burrito give you a hearty breakfast that’s low in fat and high in protein. It’s a healthy, delicious dish that will keep you feeling full longer.
This dish is the perfect way to power up before a long day. It includes greens, fat, and protein and makes for a comforting, hearty breakfast.
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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.
This breakfast wrap is filled with all you need for a great start to your day. It can also work as a tasty lunch or dinner.
Looking for a quick dish you can whip up in 30 minutes flat to feed the whole family? And only dirty one pan? Fall in love with the frittata.
Omelets are a great choice for a one skillet meal. This meatless dinner option provides 100 percent of your daily vitamin C and is a good source of calcium.
With a few veggies and precooked chicken sausage, you can have this satisfying, savory frittata on the table in under 45 minutes. Serve with diced avocado and fresh berries on the side.
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