My daughter loves the box and it’s a such a highlight when she sees it at our door! The products are so varied and interesting and she and I are both always looking for new vegan items on the market. I’m planning of giving box subscriptions to friends as a gift this coming year...I don’t feel the need to research and see what other boxes are like..we really enjoy yours!!

French fries don’t have to be made from potatoes! We can make delicious fries using all sorts of vegetables— just look at this awesome list of 15 Unique, Crispy and Crunchy Fries That Are Perfect For Snacking. Potatoes are healthy with lots of vitamins and fiber, but we can also benefit from the nutrients in sweet potatoes, jicama, kohlrabi, eggplant, squash, and even legumes like chickpeas. Take a look at 10 Healthier Ways to Make Fries and Chips and Add a Twist to Your Favorite Fried Side With These 20 Veggie Fries for some yummy ideas and recipes. Then have fun with these 15 newest recipes for healthy and crispy fries.
If you're looking for a creative way to add more fruit to your diet, try frozen banana pops. Slice several peeled bananas in half and insert popsicle sticks. Coat each half with an ounce of low-fat plain yogurt. Put the pops in the freezer, and soon you'll have ready-to-eat low-calorie treats. At just under 80 calories a pop, this is a snack you can feel good about.
Omelets are a filling breakfast dish that’s equally at home for dinner. The almost effortless preparation makes them ideal when you’re pressed for time, and their versatility makes them great for eating regularly and never getting bored. Indeed, you can use any omelet-worthy ingredients you have on hand, from sausage to spinach, bacon to bell peppers. We like the simplicity of this Mushroom and Egg White Omelet, though, because you can cook one for each person in just a few minutes. Cook all the mushrooms and scallions at once, then you need only cook the egg base. For a full meal, add a side of home fries or hash browns.
For a savory snack under 60 calories, spread 1 tablespoon of low-fat cream cheese onto a slice of smoked salmon (lox) and roll it up. This salmon pinwheel is high in protein and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids, though the salt used to cure the salmon boosts the sodium content. Use a little less cream cheese and you can have two pinwheels for under 100 calories.
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