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Who doesn’t like recipes from Grandma? Another favorite for the slow cooker or crockpot, full of hearty ingredients. Bok choy has protein, fiber and tons of vitamins and minerals!
Vitamin A, lycopene, folate, and potassium are prevalent in this yummy soup. When you add the ground beef you rack up 33g of protein, sure to keep you satiated!
Shrimp is a fantastic source of lean protein. With one serving you are getting your entire day’s worth of selenium (an antioxidant) while also enjoying some phosphorus, choline, and copper. These micronutrients help support brain function, metabolism, and build healthy bones and teeth.
Tomatoes are one of the most abundant sources of the antioxidant lycopene. Even though we often say to enjoy whole, unprocessed foods, tomatoes provide an exception due to the fact that lycopene is more easily absorbed in the body when it is found in the paste form (you still get the benefit when snacking on cherry tomatoes, don’t worry!). This recipe allows you to capitalize on that fact while also providing other powerhouses like kale and olive oil.