Ricotta cheese leftovers are perfect for this breakfast, which also comes together in about 5 minutes.
This delicious bean dip is perfect for a picnic or party. If you don't have smoked paprika or ground chipotles on hand, you may substitute plain paprika and cayenne for the earthy taste they impart.
Serve the smooth yogurt dip with whole-wheat pita triangles, sliced radishes, or baby carrots.
In place of mayonnaise, this tuna spread dish substitutes Greek yogurt and avocado for a healthier version of tuna salad. Serve it with whole-grain crackers, cucumber slices, or butter lettuce leaves.
This sweet, creamy drink recipe combines frozen bananas, peanut butter, and chocolate to deliver all the mouthwatering tastes of a milkshake with the nutritional advantages of a smoothie.
These oatmeal cakes' main component, peanut butter, adds taste as well as a boost of plant-based protein. A fun method to make sure that peanut butter is in every mouthful is to bury a little amount of it in the middle of each muffin.
Just choose the genuine deal—fresh fruit—to get all the flavor of a traditional PB&J without the extra sugar. You still get some natural sweetness, enough juiciness to counteract the stickiness of peanut butter, and more fiber.
These fun spiced pistachios have a pizza-like flavor thanks to nutritional yeast, which tastes like cheese.
This little snack is nutrient-dense and makes eating healthy deliciously simple. It is packed with protein, heart-healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals.
Keep these coconut and date breakfast pieces in the fridge or freezer so you always have a grab-and-go alternative for hectic mornings, and never skip breakfast again.