Use this recipe for sweet-salty hard-boiled eggs as a lunchtime snack or as a replacement for deviled eggs at your next gathering. Or put it on top of your upcoming dish of ramen noodles.
Serve the smooth yogurt dip with whole-wheat pita triangles, sliced radishes, or baby carrots.
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.
Looking for a low-carb breakfast option that includes toast? Try these cheese, egg, and cauliflower rice toasts. Make a large quantity and store it in your freezer for a quick breakfast or a nutritious sandwich basis (like grilled cheese!) at any time.
This traditional combination of apples and peanut butter on toast is given a taste boost by adding a small amount of ground cardamom.
When you're wanting pizza, go light and fresh. These simple lettuce wraps offer all the flavor without as many calories and carbohydrates.
This little snack is nutrient-dense and makes eating healthy deliciously simple. It is packed with protein, heart-healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals.
A sandwich with a quirky spin on tuna salad. Instead of bread, wheat crackers are used in this dish for tuna salad with crackers.
Roasted nuts are given a little zing by spicy ingredients to create an appetizer that works for any occasion.
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.
Aleppo pepper adds a delicious flavor to this protein-rich snack with its fruity overtones and faint cumin flavor.