Muffin tins make the ideal container for a pizza-flavored mac and cheese. Pasta is packed with protein already, but when you add in cottage cheese, mozzarella, and eggs, you’ve got a protein-rich lunch that will get your kids through the afternoon.
Cold, fresh, and delicious, this dish requires zero cooking.
This power-packed sandwich incorporates a variety of cancer-preventive vegetables into traditional tuna salad.
In this zingy salad, basil is used by the handful, not the leaf, like a salad green. Fresh herb blossoms make a beautiful garnish. Try chive, sage, thyme, or arugula blossoms, or use edible flowers if available.
Never go hungry with these portable, protein-rich wraps. Makes 12 pieces These easy-to-make savory treats provide plenty of snack-time protein to keep you going before or after a workout. Or serve with a small green salad dressed with olive oil and lemon for a perfect mid-day meal.
If you don't like blue cheese, Lyon suggests trying this recipe with aged cheddar. Use organic, grass-fed beef if possible.
Spinach, Avocado, and Ruby Grapefruit Salad with Blackberry Vinaigrette recipe.
Tempeh, a traditionally fermented soy product, is a better choice than unfermented soy. You'll find broccolini in most Asian markets, or substitute broccoli florets.