Lentils: An Alternative to Soy

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A good source of plant-based protein, lentils make for a healthy alternative to soy. In addition to being rich in nutrients, lentils are also budget-friendly. From nutritional benefits to tips for cooking and storing, read more now to find out all you need to know to start adding these legumes to your diet today.

The Ultimate Cookies ‘n’ Cream Spelt Cookies

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Drizzled with a simple glaze, the ultimate cookies ‘n’ cream spelt cookies are rich, chocolatey, and melt-in-your-mouth soft and fudgy. Made with cocoa powder and chopped dark chocolate, you’d never guess that they also contain whole grain spelt flour! Get the recipe now so you can bake up a batch tonight.

No-Bake Chocolate Energy Balls for Snacking

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While convenient, most store-bought granola bars are essentially candy bars in disguise. These no-bake chocolate energy balls are a nutritious alternative, as they’re naturally sweetened and packed full of fiber, healthy fats, and protein. Read more now to get the full recipe, plus tips for building a healthy snack.

Brighten Up Dinner with Citrus Roasted Chicken

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With crunchy, roasted skin and infused with a bright, herby lemon garlic sauce, this citrus roasted chicken is sure to become your family’s favorite Sunday night dinner recipe! Made with a whole chicken and a few simple ingredients, it’s also a budget-friendly meal. Get all the details to make it at home now.