How to Cook in Bulk: Save Time and Money with These Meal Prep Tips

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Looking for an easy way to prep meals for the week? Cooking meals in bulk can help to save time and money. Plus, it’s easier to eat healthy when you have pre-portioned meals ready to go at all times. Read more now to learn how to cook in bulk, plus tips, tools, and recipe ideas to make the process easier.

Sprouted Wheat Coconut Cocoa Banana Muffins

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Forget sugary, store bought muffins and try these instead! Made with sprouted wheat flour, these coconut cocoa banana muffins are packed with fiber and make a nutritious breakfast or snack. Plus, with chunks of dark chocolate throughout, they strike the perfect balance between sweet and healthy. Get the recipe now.

How to Cook Meals for a Week: Get Ahead with Meal Prep

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Preparing meals ahead of time can save you time and money. Plus, meal prep can also make it easier to eat healthier! While it may seem daunting at first, our guide to cooking meals for the week will walk you through every step of the process. Read more now to find out how, and learn our top tips and tricks.

Italian Lentil Soup: A Hearty Meal for Busy Days

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The next time you’re craving a simple, comforting meal, make this Italian lentil soup. Bursting with vegetables and simple, classic flavors, it tastes just like a meal Nana would make. Perfect with a slice of crusty bread, read more now to add this recipe to your collection of family favorites to enjoy all winter long.

Quick Black Bean Soup (Vegetarian)

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The next time you’re crunched for time at dinner, turn to this quick black bean soup. Ready in just 15 minutes and made from a handful of pantry staples, it’s a simple, healthy meal that’s also easy on the budget. Plus, it’s totally kid-friendly! Read more now to add this recipe to your collection of family favorites.

Pear and Arugula Salad with Maple Vinaigrette and Creamy Fried Goat Cheese

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This Bosc pear and arugula salad with hazelnuts, creamy fried goat cheese, and maple vinaigrette is juicy, sweet, peppery, and perfect for fall. Striking the perfect balance between healthy and indulgent, it’s an impressive start to any meal. Read more now to add this recipe to your collection of healthier favorites.

Spelt Belgian Waffles Are Fluffy and Delicious

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Made with whole grain spelt flour, these Belgian waffles are more nutritious than ones made with refined flour, yet perfectly crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside. Whipped egg whites and tangy buttermilk keep them light and airy. Read more now to add this recipe to your collection of breakfast favorites.

Fast and Easy Vegan Chocolate Cake

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The next time you have a craving for something sweet, bake this fast and easy vegan chocolate cake. Made with a handful of pantry staples, all you need is one mixing bowl and a cake pan. Ready in 35 minutes, this cake is perfect for serving with coffee or bringing to a potluck. Read more now to get the recipe.

Healthier Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Muffins

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Wake up to the smell of freshly baked healthier oatmeal chocolate chip muffins. Made with whole wheat flour and applesauce, this recipe is a nutritious spin on a bakery favorite. Healthy enough for an easy breakfast or snack you can feel good about, read more now to add this recipe to your collection of go-to’s.

How to Cook Beans to Reduce Gas

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Beans are a good plant-based source of protein that’s also high in healthy nutrients and dietary fiber. Yet, despite being inexpensive, many of us avoid them due to an unpleasant side effect of eating legumes: gas. Read more now to find out how to prepare and cook dried beans to make them easier to digest.

Almost Raw Vegan Cashew Cream Chocolate Cheesecake

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The next time you’re looking for a foolproof dessert to celebrate a special occasion, turn to this luscious cashew cream chocolate cheesecake. Drizzled with a simple chocolate sauce, this dairy-free raw and vegan dessert is the epitome of indulgence. Get the recipe now to add it to your collection of no-bake favorites.

Grain-Free Indian-Spiced Cauliflower Fried “Rice” with Cashews and Coconut

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Forget soy sauce and day-old rice. This grain-free cauliflower fried “rice” is a low carb, healthier way to get dinner on the table in less than 30 minutes. Plus, with flavorful garam masala and turmeric, each bite will warm you from the inside out. Read more to add this recipe to your collection of dinner favorites.