Crunchy Jicama with Tajin and Lime

We’ve all been there: your macros are more or less accounted for, but you still have the munchies. Instead of reaching for boring celery, why not try jicama covered in spicy salt and lime juice?

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Fiery Shrimp & Cauliflower Gnocchi

Red sauce lovers, unite! Made with juicy tomatoes, sweet red peppers, and salty capers, this one-pan meal is like a trip to Italy in a bowl. We love this dish with cauliflower gnocchi, but if you can’t find it in your area, sub it out for potato gnocchi or your favorite pasta.

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Sweet Potato Salad with Cherries & Pistachios (Gluten Free)

For all the meal prep and one bowl meal lovers out there, this recipe is for you. Made with a dazzling combination of garlic roasted sweet potatoes, fresh summer cherries, and salty pistachios, this is the sort of recipe you’ll be happy to eat all week long. Simply pair it with your favorite lean protein and let it fuel you through an afternoon of Zoom meetings.

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Sweet Potato "Cookie Dough”

This is one of those recipes that’s so good, I wish I’d known about it my entire life. Japanese sweet potatoes give this concoction a perfectly sweet and nutty cookie dough taste without the refined sugar and flour. Japanese sweet potatoes can be found at Whole Foods or Trader Joe’s under the name “Murasaki sweet potato,” but if you can’t find them, go for a white or purple sweet potato instead, which has a drier texture than its orange cousin.

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Summer Corn Salad with Basil, Mint & Chicken

Summertime calls for easy recipes that can be eaten straight from the fridge. This simple corn salad with basil, mint, & chicken uses store-bought or pre-cooked chicken breasts, seasonal corn, and tons of fresh herbs. Feel free to mix it up by swapping out the protein (shrimp would be fabulous!) or adding extra veggies!

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Blueberry Almond Freezer Cookies

Counting macros is a lifestyle, so finding ways to keep yourself prepared and flexible for any macro scenario is a key aspect of long-term success. Freezer-friendly snacks, like these blueberry almond freezer cookies, are a great way to keep yourself on track. You can save them for the days when you have a little extra fat—without worrying about the cookies going stale!

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Shrimp With Avocado and Basil-Cilantro Salad (Keto Friendly)

Too hot to turn on the stove? No problem! This quick and simple shrimp with avocado and basil-cilantro salad uses pre-cooked shrimp, which means all you need is a knife, a cutting board, and some fresh ingredients to whip up a fresh, macro-friendly meal.

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Cottage Cheese Pancakes (Gluten Free)

High-protein pancakes made without protein powder? Yes, please. Made with just a handful of ingredients, these pancakes use low-fat cottage cheese to add a punch of protein. But don’t worry, they don’t taste like cottage cheese and all the curds are blended away, so even if you’re not a fan of cottage cheese, these pancakes will still hit the spot.

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Vietnamese-Inspired Cold Rice Noodle Salad With Chicken

Gluten-free, low in fat and bursting with sweet and spicy flavor, this Vietnamese-inspired cold rice noodle salad with chicken checks every box on the macro-friendly meal prep checklist. Not only does one batch make six generous servings, but the only actual cooking you’ll have to do is boil water.

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Peach Mango Salsa

Nothing says summer like our refreshing peach mango salsa made with in-season fruit and spicy peppers. Pair it with our Foolproof Fish Tacos for an epic macro-friendly meal.

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Sweet Potato and Chicken Bowl With Queso Fresco and Lime

Nutritious sweet potatoes, lean chicken breast and a punch of bright lime mingle together in our sweet potato and chicken bowl with queso fresco and lime.

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Vegan Cinnamon Roll Blondies

Chickpeas? In a dessert? Oh yeah! These cinnamon roll blondies are perfect for when you want to get in some extra protein but also want an indulgent, bake-ahead dessert. With loads of cinnamon and tangy lemon but no butter, eggs, or oil, even the carnivores will be coming back for more—and no one will ever know that chickpeas are the main ingredient.

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