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Crunchy with seeds and full of flavor, this sweet treat is a crowd pleaser. And sesame seeds are nutrition powerhouses: high in protein, calcium, magnesium, zinc, and selenium.
Oranges and peppers make a satisfying, tangy crunch when mixed together, and kale, rich in iron, comes alive in the presence of citrus juice.
Healthy but decadent, this crunchy, chocolatey granola is delightful and special enough to serve for breakfast in bed.
These healthy and delicious waffles pack lots of protein, plus flax and a whole grain, making them a nutritious way to start your day.
Stir-fries are great for using up whatever vegetables are hanging around in the fridge, or as a quick “no-chop” option, you can use a bag of frozen Asian vegetables.
Want a quick and tasty lunch bowl? Whip up a batch of the cheesy sauce to serve with whole- grain pasta and vegetables.
These cookies are packed with walnuts, cranberries, and flax for the perfect healthy treat when you’re craving something sweet at the end of a meal.
The dark, rich and smoky flavor of black bean spread, the zing of jalapeño and lime-accented fresh tomato salsa, and the comfort food that is scrambled eggs, all wrapped together.
The vegetables and whole grains used in this recipe give the dish a big nutritional boost, while the cashew cheese adds good flavor without all the bad fats found in real cheese or purchased vegan...
These buttermilk-like multigrain flapjacks make a fun and versatile breakfast; they can be dressed up or eaten plain.