Wake up to delicious breakfast? We’re sold! Prep this refrigerator oatmeal (aka overnight oats) recipe and you’ll start the day with fiber and healthy fats.
Banana and soaked oats are all you need for this easy pancake recipe. Even better: It’s vegan, gluten-free and has no added sugar! Weekends just got way better.
Make blueberry crumble in your microwave? It’s possible — and delicious. This single-serving dessert recipe is way healthier than your average mug cake.
When it comes to meal prep, rice bowls and quinoa bowls are your new BFFs. We’ve got six great whole-grain bowl recipes to get you started.
Got five minutes? Whip up these easy chocolate and coconut no-bake energy bites. Clocking in at 150 calories each, they’re way better than a candy bar.
Win Instagram with this egg-cellent dish that takes a mere 30 minutes to whip up. Creamy avocado, protein-packed eggs, savory salsa — this recipe has it all.
What happens when you cross apple pie with parfait? You get one healthy and delicious breakfast you can transport in a mason jar.
Tired of the same old packed lunches? Shake things up with this vibrant mason jar salad that’s healthy, delicious and stored in an easy-to-transport glass jar.
Muffins filled with the fiber-packed goodness of oatmeal—your mornings just got way better. Try this blueberry muffin recipe for a make-ahead breakfast.
One batch of quinoa is all you need to whip up three delicious and easy quinoa recipes for the whole week. Here’s how to meal prep like a pro.
Is hummus your go-to spread? Switch up snack time with this red pepper dip recipe. You’ll love the spicy kick!
Take your eggs on-the-go? Yes, it’s possible. Sixteen grams of protein in each breakfast egg muffin will keep you satisfied until lunchtime.
Make this healthy stuffed sweet potatoes recipe for Super Bowl Sunday and you’ll win over any crowd. With 13 grams of protein, you’ll feel satisfied until the final whistle.
Five minutes and five ingredients are all you need to whip up these healthy rice krispies treats. Each bar has eight grams of protein.