Date Paste

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Date paste is a fantastic alternative to brown sugar in many baking contexts. The sugar they bring to the table comes with the nutrients in dates, making them a more nutritious option than pure sugar. Tip: 12 dates will yield roughly 1 cup of paste. Freeze leftovers in ¼ cup increments for future use.

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Blueberry-Basil Tea Spritzer

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Dietitian Tips: Try mixing up the flavors! Swap in raspberries or frozen mango instead of blueberries, or try different flavored Seltzer waters with different herbs.

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Avocado Zucchini Soup

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This refreshingly cool soup boasts crisp zucchini and creamy avocado. Fiber from summer squash and the avocado’s healthy monounsaturated fat help you fill up and stay fuller longer. The vegetable broth and onion base, along with creamy almond milk provide a delicious flavor boost but still keep it to only about 100 calories per serving. […]

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Tropical Twister Oatmeal

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Give your day a smart start. The fiber in oatmeal will keep you full until lunch, and oatmealis heart-healthy. Fuel up with one of the delicious oatmeal combinations below that can be served at any time of the day.  

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