Expand your plant-food menu options with this flavorful, nutritious wrap, featuring fresh corn, tomatoes and peppers. Collard greens replace the standard flour-based wrap, so you get lots of vitamins, minerals, phytonutrients and fiber.
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These crispy sweet potato wedges come out Cajun spicy and sweet. They’re also loaded with antioxidants and plant-based nutrients and are a great source of beta-carotene. Another plus? As complex carbs, they digest slowly and raise blood sugars gradually — keeping you from a spike and drop-off.
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Melted cheeses, spinach and tofu nestled in whole wheat manicotti shells. Are you in? This low-fat version will melt in your mouth without weighing you down.
This savory Thai vegetarian dish offers a flavorful, healthy dinner or lunch option. Serve over a whole grain, such as brown rice or couscous, for extra fiber and vitamins.