Peanut butter in chili? If may sound strange, but trust me – once you try it, things will never be the same. This kicked-up, vegetarian chili recipe is packed with protein, fiber and plenty of other good things. Plus, the addition of PBSLIM saves a ton of calories over conventional peanut butter.
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Not sure what to bring to the backyard BBQ or celebratory picnic this weekend? We’ve got you covered – our Labor Day Recipe Book includes 30 healthy & delicious salads, dips, sides, entrees, desserts – and even refreshing drinks! (Veggie pizza, creamy sweet potato salad, mango-lime salsa, Nutella ice pops, honey-vanilla lemonade & more — is your mouth watering yet?)
Over the past year or so, my fiancé and I have been slowly reducing our consumption of meat. We participate in Meatless Mondays (remember my walnut tacos?) and rarely eat meat at any meal other than dinner, but we wanted to take things a step further. So two weeks ago, we decided to go meatless for an entire week. As we found out, eating vegetarian was tastier than we expected.
Here’s an omnivore’s take on the vegetarian diet:
Even though this classic brunch dish is protein-dense, it maintains the fluffy consistency that you’d expect from a frittata. By using more egg whites and skipping the crust, you create a lighter, more airy meal. Mix in a few garden-fresh herbs and veggies, and you have a healthy, savory, one-dish-wonder. What better way to start your day?
Fast food that’s healthy? You can’t score one of these “burgers” in a drive-through, but in less time than it takes to wait in line, you can make a meal far better for you than anything brought home in a hurry. Combine sautéed fresh vegetables, white beans and hemp powder for a hearty, protein-packed patty, then pan fry in coconut oil for a tropical taste!
Most stuffed mushrooms are smothered by a heavy layer of melted cheese, but these tasty caps contain only a light mixture of quinoa, fresh veggies and a trio of healthy seeds (hemp, chia and sesame). Just scoop, fill and bake for an irresistible appetizer that not only tastes great but is great for you!
This sweet, tangy relish makes the perfect topping for all your favorite holiday dishes. Made from chewy dried cranberries and rich, toasted macadamia nuts, it’s simple to prepare and served warm. Enjoy it with your main course, or drizzle over ice cream or cake for dessert.
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