Make spaghetti night fun with this recipe. This spaghetti squash goes perfect with chicken and a salad for the perfect dinner.
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A hearty twist on an original, this chili uses soy instead of meat. Not only does it cook in 11 minutes, it’s also a great heart-healthy option
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Looking for an alternative to potato chips? Try these nutritious and cripsy kale chips. They’re easy to make, super crunch, and full of vitamins and minerals you need.
Tofu meatballs? Sure, why not! These “meatballs” are great when you’re craving Italian, but they have fewer calories and less fat!
Looking for an easy vegetarian wrap? Try this flavorful, nutritious version, featuring fresh corn, tomatoes and peppers. And collard greens replace the standard flour-based wrap.
Vegetable soup is easy to make. (It doesn’t just come in a can with alphabet letters). Try this recipe filled with zucchini, carrots, yellow squash and more.
Always steam your broccoli? You might be surprised at how delicious it is roasted. Try this simple recipe.
Looking for an appetizer with a zing that’s still a vegetable? This recipe packs protein and fiber with some spice! Bring to a party, serve as a snack, or use in place of croutons on a salad. The recipe is really simple to make too. Ingredients 1 can chickpeas, rinsed and drained 1 tablespoon olive … Read More