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Oatmeal Cherry Cobbler in a Mug RecipeOatmeal Cherry Cobbler in a Mug

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The best way to control portion sizes for desserts is to make individual servings. With this recipe, you can create a quick and simple cherry cobbler dessert in a mug.

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Healthy Grain Bowl with Orange Curry Dressing RecipeHealthy Grain Bowl with Orange Curry Dressing

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Healthy Grain Bowl with Orange Curry Dressing

These healthy grain bowls are loaded with protein and dietary fiber. Cauliflower and spinach add vitamins and disease fighting antioxidants. Make them over the weekend and store in separate containers for on-the-go lunches during the week.

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Simple Roasted Tomatoes RecipeSimple Roasted Tomatoes

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Simple Roasted Tomatoes Recipe

Tomatoes are full of antioxidants that protect against heart disease and some cancers. This recipe turns bite-size cherry or grape tomatoes into a delicious side dish. The tomatoes are tossed in olive oil and herbs and then roasted until they are tender and juicy. Serve them with fish or use them to top whole wheat pasta.

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Vegetable Rice Pilaf RecipeVegetable Rice Pilaf

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Vegetable Rice Pilaf Recipe

Adding extra vegetables to your favorite side dishes is a great way to increase nutrients and decrease calories. Make a traditional rice pilaf more nutritious by using whole grain rice, broccoli, peas and carrots.

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Baked Black Bean and Egg Cups RecipeBaked Black Bean and Egg Cups

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Baked Black Bean and Egg Cups Recipe

These black bean and egg cups are a great option when you need a breakfast on-the-go. They are packed with protein to keep you full all morning. Using a combination of whole eggs and egg whites limits saturated fat and cholesterol, and black beans add dietary fiber.

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Sweet and Spicy Peanuts RecipeSweet and Spicy Peanuts

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Sweet and Spicy Peanuts Recipe

Peanuts contain protein and heart-healthy fat for a quick snack that will keep you feeling full. You can give plain peanuts more flavor while controlling sugar and sodium by making these sweet and spicy peanuts at home.

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Sautéed Spaghetti Squash with Herbs RecipeSautéed Spaghetti Squash with Herbs

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Sautéed Spaghetti Squash with Herbs

Spaghetti squash makes a lower-calorie substitute for pasta and rice. It’s ideal for a main course or side dish and supplies dietary fiber and vitamins. This simple recipe seasons the squash with fresh herbs that add even more beneficial plant nutrients.

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Carrot Cake Bread RecipeCarrot Cake Bread

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Carrot Cake Bread Recipe

This whole grain bread mimics the flavors of your favorite carrot cake. Whole wheat flour provides fiber, and the carrot and coconut add sweetness that reduces the need for sugar. Carrot cake bread makes a filling breakfast or mid-morning snack.

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Sesame Asparagus RecipeSesame Asparagus

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Sesame Asparagus Recipe

Asparagus is loaded with vitamin K and folate. It cooks quickly making it an easy, nutritious side dish any night of the week. In this recipe, sesame oil and soy sauce give the vegetable a flavorful twist.

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Tuna Salad with Spring Vegetables RecipeTuna Salad with Spring Vegetables

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Tuna Salad with Spring Vegetables Recipe

Tuna salad doesn’t have to be loaded with high-calorie and high-fat mayonnaise. This lightened-up version is perfect for spring and summer. Tuna is tossed with zesty lemon juice and it’s served with spring vegetables dressed with a heart-healthy olive oil vinaigrette.

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