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At 80 calories per serving, this savory seasoned salmon packs 11 grams of protein and 25% of the recommended daily dose of vitamin D. Fix it up with a salad or scrambled eggs for breakfast.
If you’re gluten-free or watching your carb intake, cauliflower crusts are a tasty yet healthy alternative. It’s much lighter than traditional pizza crust, so you aren’t left feeling stuffed to the max afterward.
This is a favorite of mine. I sometimes add salmon or ground turkey (with taco seasoning) for a bit of protein. The kit includes greens as well as pepitas, tortilla strips, cotija cheese, and avocado dressing.
Grab-and-go breakfast can be richer than a banana and healthier than a pack of donuts. TJ’s gluten-free, sweet and savory overnight oats are a great source of fiber and protein.
Similar in texture to couscous, the riced cauliflower is unseasoned, so it acts as a substitute for rice or pasta in essentially any dish. It’s much healthier at just 25 calories and 4 grams of carbs per 2/3 cup serving.
TJ’s Vegan Ranch Crunch Salad Kit is a great starting base for a hearty salad. I sometimes throw in chicken or salmon, but you can also add tofu or tuna. It comes with a soy-based ranch dressing.
Whether your salad needs an extra “oomph” or your food is lacking in greens, TJ’s Broccoli & Kale Slaw can spruce up your meal in a flash. Plus, it’s low in saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium.
Tacos, salads, burrito bowls, stuffed peppers, curry, stew, there are so many lentil recipes out there to try. The best party? TJ’s Steam Lentils will cut your prep and cook time in half because they’re already prepared!