Toss out all of your other veggie burgers and make this from scratch. Quinoa has never tasted so good!
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Italian Chicken Sausage and White Bean Sandwiches
This classic sandwich is sure to become a favorite meal with every member of your family.This recipe is courtesy of Prego Farmers’ Market.
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4.5
Salmon and Zucchini Noodle Salad
Recipe Courtesy of Michelle Wie"This refreshing zucchini noodle salad is packed with veggies and topped with a Lemon Dill Salmon for a zingy kick." About MichelleMichelle Wie is an American professional golfer on the LPGA Tour. Michelle is not only athletic but is also a champion in the kitchen. She enjoys being creative with food and became a spokesperson for StarKist® in 2016. She is a fan of the brand’s pouched Tuna and Salmon Creations because they are a great source of protein and convenient for her on-the-go lifestyle. She lives in Jupiter, Florida, and enjoys painting, sketching, cooking and spending time with her dog, Lola, when she is not practicing or playing golf.
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This is a great pasta salad that includes cooked chicken or turkey along with other vegetables and white beans. Click here to see 101 Ways to Cook Chicken
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With so few ingredients, this salad is surprisingly substantial thanks to the protein- and fiber-packed white beans. Tender spinach, zippy red onion and a bold Dijon dressing fill out this simple salad that works as a main dish or side.
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soup
This hearty and delicious soup is guaranteed to warm you up on a cold winter’s night. Using convenience products like broth and canned beans allows you to have this vegetarian wonder ready in just 40 minutes. Plus, you’ll get a spoonful of comfort in every bite!If you love kale then you should also try kale smoothies. Trust us you’ll want to drink these.
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Cooking Light: The Complete Quick Cook Cover
Pasta and beans — they’re a classic combination in Italian cooking, savory and sweet together in one dish. This quick pasta salad is based on that pairing. The dressing uses a basil-infused oil; look for it among the flavored and nut oils at your supermarket. Best of all, the salad can be stored in the refrigerator in a sealed container for up to four days, ready when you are.
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meatballs
You can use frozen store-bought meatballs, as the recipe suggests, or try your hand at making your own for this simple and delicious soup bursting with classic Italian flavor.
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Minestrone Soup
I hated soup growing up. Not only was the flavor unappealing, but I had a hard time swallowing the liquid and chunks - I have no idea why. Until a few years ago, I avoided soup at restaurants and never made it at home. Colder weather and more limits on food (quantity on hand as well as money spent at the store), have turned me into a huge fan of soups. I love making them in the crockpot and on the stove. One of my all-time favorites is Minestrone. I love how filling, inexpensive, easy, and healthy it is. Whether at home or in a restaurant, garden vegetable and minestrone soups are always a great option. I make my version extra healthy with no pasta and only occasionally with potatoes. Without carbs in the soup, I can then enjoy toast or croutons guilt-free!For more great recipes like this one, visit Luci's Morsels.
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Farmer's Fridge Mediterranean Salad
The perfect (not to mention healthy) make-ahead meal that can be toted around wherever you go. Packed with beans, artichoke hearts, and pine nuts, this salad will keep you full until dinner. Recipe courtesy of Farmer’s Fridge.
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If you are looking for a more earthy flavor for your game-day, try mixing the texturally rich bean with the zing of garlic. Super Bowl fans will gobble this delicious dip up before half time!
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This dish is full of flavor, and the little spice from the kielbasa makes a nice hearty combo for a flavorful meal. For more recipes, visit Taste of Home
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