Packed with protein, fiber, and tantalizing flavors, this quinoa recipe is a healthy main course meal or satisfying side dish. The addition of protein – quinoa and nuts, for example – to a meal will keep you full longer and curb cravings. Bonus: Quinoa can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Cook's note: You can also refrigerate quinoa and serve it cold.
Tempeh is a soy-based, protein-rich meat alternative that has a heartier texture than tofu. Try this vegetarian stir-fry for lunch or dinner whenever your yen for Asian-style food arises.
Cook's note: You can serve this with brown rice or whole wheat noodles.
Curb those carbo cravings for pasta with this lower-calorie "spaghetti" recipe. Spaghetti squash is a nutrient-rich vegetable alternative to strands of carb-laden pasta.
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