Healthy Meatless Meal Recipes, Not Just for Vegetarians

Registered Dietician

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You don’t have to be vegetarian to eat meatless meals. The average American is only consuming about 2-3 servings of fruits and vegetables per day, when the goal is at least 5 servings per day. We know that with adequate amounts of daily produce, we can better control our weight, lose weight, reduce blood pressure, avoid type 2 diabetes, avoid heart disease and more.
I put together a few recipes for you to try. It will give you a full day of vegetarian meal options. These are healthy, easy to make, meat-free options that you will want to add into your regular rotation of recipes for the whole family to enjoy.
The Menu:
Breakfast – Spinach and mushroom frittata
Lunch – Portabella, bell pepper and goat cheese sandwich
Dinner – Vegetarian slow cooker ratatouille
Snack – Crunchy roasted chickpeas
Do you have a favorite vegetarian recipe?
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