Creamy Lentils with Boursin Cheese & Veggies

Green lentils are a nutritional powerhouse with 18 grams of protein and a whopping 15 grams of fiber per serving (1 cup, cooked.) But many people think lentils can be a little bland, which makes them difficult to look forward to eating. The solution? Mix-ins, like sweet roasted cherry tomatoes and herby Boursin cheese.

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Caramel Mocha Protein Shake

When your post-workout drink gets boring, mix it up with our caramel mocha protein shake! Not only does this shake satisfy even the gnarliest of sugar cravings and give you a little caffeine boost, some hidden frozen cauliflower will help you hit your veggie and fiber quotient too!

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One Pan Hummus Crusted Chicken & Veggies

Who wants more dishes? Not us. That’s why we created this one-pan hummus crusted chicken and veggies. Simply arrange your veggies on a baking sheet, slather chicken breasts in herby hummus, and bake the whole thing until it’s all crisp and roasty.

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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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Truffle Kale Salad With Pomegranate and Pecorino

Our truffle kale salad with pomegranate and pecorino cheese is both macro friendly and restaurant worthy, thanks to our WAG black truffle hummus dressing, nutty pecorino cheese and juicy pomegranate seeds.

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Cauli Gnocchi With Creamy Carrot Sauce and Sausage

This recipe may be packed full of sneaky veggies, but we promise that this gnocchi dish is just as creamy and decadent as the pasta at your favorite Italian restaurant.

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Cinnamon Spiced Applesauce

There’s nothing cozier than the smell of apples and cinnamon as the weather turns crisp, and our easy, no-sugar-added cinnamon-spiced applesauce will warm you from the inside out.

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Celery Root and Green Apple Salad

Celery root is light on the macros but big on nutritional value, packed with vitamin K and 1.8 g of fiber per 100 g serving. Its subtle flavor and sturdy crunch make for a surprisingly satisfying veggie that can be eaten raw or cooked.

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