Sweet Potato Hash

This hearty but surprisingly low-calorie breakfast supplies plenty of energy for your morning, and the sweetness of the potatoes makes it feel more indulgent than it actually is.
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Simple Scones

Made with a combination of whole wheat and white flours, these scones are a delicious way to up your fiber intake. Experiment with add-ins like fresh berries and chopped nuts. Or go for a more savory combo with chopped spinach or herbs. One batch, endless flavor combinations!

Lemony Chickpeas with Baked Eggs & Arugula

Canned chickpeas get tossed with olive oil and baked until crispy. Add in a few eggs during the last few minutes of roasting and they get cooked to perfection. Top it all off with fresh arugula; the heat of the eggs and chickpeas gently wilts the greens.
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Zesty Summer Gazpacho

This no-cook soup is meant to be served cool so it’s satisfying and refreshing. Blending tomatoes with immune-supporting garlic creates the base, while a colorful bell pepper and juicy cucumber help you meet your daily quota for veggies! Try adding crumbled turkey bacon or black beans for added protein. If you have fresh bread on hand, that makes for a perfect accompaniment.

Cheesy Turkey Melt

This delicious cheesy recipe makes good use of the leftovers from turkey meatloaf. Whole-wheat bread and colorful sweet bell peppers bring some balance to the ooey-gooey melted cheddar.
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Quinoa with Tomatoes and Baby Kale

This warm grain salad features quick-cooking, high-protein quinoa, helping you get a nutritious dinner on the table in a hurry. Combine it with tender baby kale and fresh tomatoes for a pop of color. Can’t find kale in your grocery store? Baby spinach works too.