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tofu fried rice
This is a good recipe to use leftover rice in your fridge and make use of extra vegetables in your crisper drawer. Try adding the chopped green beans, broccoli, peppers, or celery. You might also add chicken, ground pork or diced ham for extra protein and peanuts or cashews to add crunch. Enjoy!
veggie fried brown rice
*Cold rice is best for fried rice. You can use fresh rice but the end result will be stickier. This is a good recipe to use the leftovers in your fridge so feel free to add in other vegetables such as diced green beans, broccoli, peppers or celery. You might also add cooked chicken or ground pork...
tomato soup and grilled cheese
Butternut squash is an orange-fleshed winter squash, celebrated for its versatility and sweet, nutty flavor. Not only is it tasty, but also packs a punch with loads of vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants. Adding extra vegetables to your favorite soup is a creative way to eat your vegetables...
warm corn and avocado salad
This light and fresh salad is perfect for spring! It can be served warm or cold. Just squeeze some lime juice before serving to keep the flavors bright and tangy. Enjoy the corn and avocado salad on the side of your favorite meal!
Whole Wheat Pasta Salad with Roasted VEggies
Full of vegetables, this traditional comfort food is sure to please your whole family.
Whole Wheat Pasta with creamy sauce
This creamy meat sauce is full of vegetables. When made with whole wheat pasta its a nutrient dense meal and diabetic friendly.
Thick slice of Yogurt Banana Bread on a white plate, against a white background.
Yogurt in your banana bread? Yes! You will love how the addition of plain yogurt keeps your banana bread moist and light without added oil. You can make this bread simple, with just bananas, or you can punch up the flavor a bit with any number of additions, like cinnamon, walnuts, or chocolate chips...
A white ceramic baking pan with freshly baked macaroni and cheese in it, against a grey background.
This baked mac and cheese recipe is a spicy spin on the creamy classic! The addition of sausage and veggies, like onions, tomato wedges, and salsa, rounds out a traditionally carb-dense meal to include more protein, vitamins, and fiber. If you are not a fan of heat, feel free to choose a mild salsa.