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When I think of chocolate pudding, I usually think of powdered mix, goop in portable, little containers, or tons of whisking and stirring. But not this one. No, this one is a luxuriously creamy pudding that’s packed with protein and healthy fats.
If you’re making brunch for a crowd, or whipping up some freezer-friendly breakfast sandwiches and need a ton of scrambled eggs, turn to your trusty sheet pan and put the skillet down. It’s fast, easy and scales up well.
Spending a little time on Sunday to prep meals for the week make weeknights easier, but consider making batches of healthy snacks at the same time. You’ll avoid the temptation to reach for chips or sweets and you’ll always have a “snack pack” of healthy bites when hunger strikes.
If you’re craving a creamy frozen treat, but dairy isn’t part of your diet, you’re in luck. You can make your own vegan-friendly ice cream with some coconut milk.
Dark spots on fruits and vegetables can make them look unappetizingn and spoiled, but they’re actually just as edible as the spot-free ones. Here’s why.
There is no denying that the chickpea is the shining star of the vegetarian substitution world. It makes a great fritter, its liquid can take the place of egg whites and it makes an excellent tuna-like salad.