This elevated grilled cheese sandwich gives you all the comfort of the original. With its sweet and savory flavor, you would never guess there is 17g of fiber!
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This Pesto Bean and Spinach Side is easy to make in small batches—party of one! Or make it for the whole family.
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Roasted Vegetables with Whole Grain Rigatoni – little culinary skills required, easy ingredients, and packed full of fiber!
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Never underestimate the importance of having a few bomb salad options on hand for easy mid-week meals. I got you covered with this Taco Salad variation.
Why I love it: These shrimp boats are high in protein, require minimal cooking, and are a great dish for hot summer days. Guilt-free, so go on and have a few!
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These Turkey and Kale Stuffed Shiitake Mushrooms are packed with flavor, high in protein, and half the work of your typical stuffed mushrooms. Added bonus? They’re fewer calories too!
The perfect game day appetizer. Pair these crispy taders with your favorite brisket and roasted root vegetable for a full meal.
It’s been demonized and singled out as the cause of the obesity epidemic. But is sugar bad for you? Are all sugars equal? Here’s what science has to say.