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No-Bake Almond Butter-Cacao Bites

No-Bake Almond Butter-Cacao Bites

Sometimes “just a bite” is enough to silence a sweet tooth or tide you over until your next meal. That’s when you need these quick-to-make morsels! In a matter of minutes, you can be munching on a mini-sized dessert or wholesome sna ...
Italian-Style Zucchini Burgers

Italian-Style Zucchini Burgers

Let’s face it. Going bunless is no fun. But just because you’re on a low-carb diet doesn’t mean you have to stop stacking your burgers. Thick-cut, grilled zucchini slices make a great bulky-bread substitute and add extra veggie flav ...
Sweet Potato & Black Bean Vegan Pot Pie

Sweet Potato & Black Bean Vegan Pot Pie

Pot pie is one of those comfort foods that warms our bellies and bones during the cold winter months. My version is filled with nourishing sweet potatoes and black beans loaded with fiber, antioxidants and healthy protein. The cornmeal crust compleme ...
Pumpkin-Coconut Slow Cooker Soup

Pumpkin-Coconut Slow Cooker Soup

This three-step, slow cooker creation combines fresh or canned pumpkin with creamy coconut milk and sense-awakening spices–ginger, garlic and turmeric–for flavorful, rich dish to chase away the chills. ...
No-Bake Chocolate-Coconut Protein Balls

No-Bake Chocolate-Coconut Protein Balls

Unexpected winter weather holidays call for golf course sledding and snow ball fights. Though these coconut-dusted protein balls aren’t made of real snow, the kids will certainly be fighting over who gets the last one. This recipe calls for six ...
Butternut Squash & Pomegranate Quinoa

Butternut Squash & Pomegranate Quinoa

Light, fluffy and full of flavor, quinoa cooks up a lot like rice, yet it’s richer in flavor (with a hint of nuttiness) and packs in more protein, fiber, iron, magnesium and other big-name minerals than a serving of your favorite brown grain. T ...
Cinnamon Protein French Toast

Cinnamon Protein French Toast

In France, this tweaked-toast dish is referred to as pain perdu, or “lost bread.” No, it’s not a reference to early-morning scavenger hunts for a decent breakfast. French toast traditionally is made with day-old or slightly stale ( ...