Here's a breakfast bar that actually lists nut butter as the first ingredient (yum). To round out your breakfast, try breaking it up and sprinkling it in some unsweetened Greek yogurt as a chocolatey granola.
Satisfy that crunchy, savory craving with chips that actually pack in protein and fiber with each munch. transform pulses like navy, white, and black beans into a pretty addictive snack, especially when you use them to scoop up veggie-loaded salsa.
Monday mornings have nothing on you when you can grab ready-to-eat avocado with crunchy whole-grain crackers on your way out the door. The healthy fats in this creamy fruit (yep, it's a fruit!) can help lower your LDL (or "bad") cholesterol, in turn reducing your risk of heart disease or stroke.
When you're looking to cut down on prep work, microwavable veggies can help out in a flash. Sub this mix in for white rice as a great source of vitamin A too. One serving contains 90% of your daily value.
$36.99 for 8 packs of 24
Finish taco night strong with corn tortillas. These are gluten-free for those looking to avoid wheat.
Farro, quinoa, bulgar ... Target sells a ton of quick-cooking whole grains as part of its private label Simply Balanced. Not sure how to season them? They come in flavors like and as well.
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Nut butters load you up with filling protein and cravable creaminess. Spread a tablespoon on a and top with chopped dates for a quick breakfast that feels as decadent as brunch.
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Get some protein into that salad in the form of grilled chicken strips. A 4-ounce serving contains approximately .
For when you don't want to cook (or can't make it to the store), keep this low-sodium, pulse-packed stew on hand. Another good pick: will fill you on up with just the right amount of heat.
$4.24 for 21 ounces
Fill your bowl in the morning with a satisfying serving of whole grains and fiber. Helpful hint: London also likes the version if you're looking for a spicier flavor.
$37.99 for 18
With 15 grams of protein and only 6 grams of sugar in each cup, this nonfat Greek yogurt brings all of filling creaminess you want with zero of the added sweeteners you don't. Did we mention it comes in a salted caramel flavor too?
$1.96 for 1 pound
It doesn't get better than a colorful mix of bell peppers and onions for just a dollar and change. Oh, and all of the chopping and slicing is already done for you.
$5.48 for 4 ounces
Coated with tamari soy sauce, garlic powder, and cayenne pepper, these flavorful pepitas contain plenty of valuable nutrients like fiber, magnesium, and zinc. Sprinkle them on soup or snack on an ounce of them solo.
$2.98 for 8
Yes, bagels can be a guilt-free part of your eating plan. Made with whole wheat flour at only 110 calories a pop, go ahead and top one with 1 tablespoon whipped cream cheese, tomato, avocado, and scallions for a fresh sammy.
These low-calorie smoothies will help fight off the flu, bust your bloat, and boost your energy — so drink up!