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Cinnamon Walnut Steel Cut Oats

Steel cut oats have a delicious nutty flavor and a hearty texture. They are high in fiber and a good source of protein to help minimize spikes in blood sugar and leave you feeling satisfied and fuller longer.

Easy Mixed Bean Soup

Beans are high in fiber and vitamins and minerals and they are also a great source of plant-based protein. Start this easy soup the night before by soaking the dried beans then let it simmer for a few hours for a delicious and flavor-rich soup that will fill you up.

Hot and Sour Soup

This soup is spicy and sour and packed with flavor. It's a Chinese-inspired soup with an egg stirred in at the end to form delicate ribbons. You could also add some lean chicken or pork to elevate this soup to a satisfying dinner meal.

Cucumber Salmon Bites

These tasty and adorable cucumber cups are the perfect appetizer for game day or an elegant party. Omega-3-rich and flavorful salmon and high-protein Greek yogurt come together to make a decadent yet healthy filling with a crisp crunch of cucumber in each bite.

Vegetable Spring Rolls

These fresh spring rolls are loaded with healthy vegetables giving them a great crunchy texture. The rice paper wrappers are perfectly doughy and delicious especially when drizzled with this ultra simple dipping sauce. Perfect for your next party or family get-together or a light dinner at home.

Almond Butter Brownies

A chocolaty brownie that's not overly sweet is a delicious treat to enjoy after dinner. If you or someone you know needs to avoid gluten or milk products, this is a great option to try.

Chicken Butternut Squash Taquitos

These are a delicious combination of savory beans, juicy chicken and sweet, nutrient-packed, butternut squash, in a crispy baked shell, truly a scrumptious taquito! The beans and squash add fiber, rich flavor and keep the taquitos from drying out. Make a bunch, dip in some yummy salsa or homemade guacamole, and serve them up with a crisp green salad for dinner tonight {and lunch tomorrow}.