Dinner

We made these Cheese and Tomato Tartlets in honor of Bastille Day. These tartlets are so popular in France when tomatoes are in season. They look and taste like something you can get at a French patisserie yet they are so easy to make! ...

In this tasty rendition of shrimp scampi, zucchini noodles have been swapped for regular pasta to boost nutrition and lower calories. This dish is light and refreshing, making it the perfect summer lunch or dinner.

Zucchini is a terrific source of antioxidants as well as vitamins A and C, all of which keep our immune system strong and healthy.

Shrimp is a wonderful lean protein choice and an excellent source of the mineral selenium and vitamin B12.

We love that these burgers sneak in some black beans and veggies. Plant-based foods are filled with fiber, antioxidants and vitamins and minerals, all of which work to prevent disease and keep us healthy. The black beans in these burgers add some plant-based protein and fiber while the mushrooms are a great source of B vitamins and selenium, a powerful antioxidant.

We love making a super simple sriracha mayo to go with these to add a little heat but feel free to omit the sriracha if you don't like spice!

We are changing up the classic Tuscan Panzanella salad by adding shrimp, white beans and a little heat with a serrano pepper (totally optional of course!)  This salad just gets better with time so making this salad in advance is always a good idea. The whole wheat sourdough soaks in all the vinaigrette goodness.  The combination of fiber from the whole wheat bread and beans and lean protein from the shrimp means you'll be full and satisfied all day long.

This is a simple meal packed with flavor and nutrients. The lean protein from the chicken will ensure you will stay full for hours. Using cauliflower instead of bulgur wheat in the tabbouleh lightens up this dish and is such an easy way to get even more vegetables onto your plate. 

This is an Ellie Krieger recipe that we have loved for many years now, and we think you will too! Thanks to the cajun seasoning and fresh herbs, the flavors in this simple meal are out of this world.

Shrimp is an excellent source of lean protein with the added benefit of omega-3 fatty acids and the antioxidant, selenium. The addition of summer vegetables like zucchini and bell peppers add additional antioxidants and fiber. The corn provides a whole grain component to this dish, helping to balance out the meal!