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Crispy Tuna Cakes | Our tasty riff on crab cakes adds an unexpected layer of decadence to packaged tuna. Crisp and golden on the outside, and soft and flaky throughout, this protein-packed lunch comes together in just 15 minutes. Tuna is an excellent source of protein and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. We use old-fashioned oats in place of breadcrumbs to sneak in some whole grains. For a little extra oomph, serve these cakes over a bed of greens with leftover Tahini Dressing.

Crispy Tuna Cakes | Our tasty riff on crab cakes adds an unexpected layer of decadence to packaged tuna. Crisp and golden on the outside, and soft and flaky throughout, this protein-packed lunch comes together in just 15 minutes. Tuna is an excellent source of protein and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids. We use old-fashioned oats in place of breadcrumbs to sneak in some whole grains. For a little extra oomph, serve these cakes over a bed of greens with leftover Tahini Dressing.

Pecan and Date Pie | The unexpected addition of dates to this classic pie gives the filling more body and a smooth sweetness. Don't use packaged chopped dates, which are rolled in sugar. Instead, use moist and sticky whole dates. Coat your knife with cooking spray for easy chopping

The unexpected addition of dates to this classic pie gives the filling more body and a smooth sweetness. Don't use packaged chopped dates, which are

Slow Cooker Pulled Pork with Bourbon-Peach Barbecue Sauce | Smoked paprika comes from a centuries-old tradition in which chile peppers are slowly dried over low-burning fires of Spanish oak and then ground into powder. In the slow cooker, this earthy, aromatic spice adds outdoor smoked barbecue flavor.

Smoked paprika comes from a centuries-old tradition in which chile peppers are slowly dried over low-burning fires of Spanish oak and then ground into powder. In the slow cooker, this earthy, aromatic spice adds outdoor smoked barbecue flavor.

Spaghetti Squash Lasagna with Spinach | Bake the squash in advance to shorten prep time; squeeze the noodles dry, and store in a zip-top plastic bag in the refrigerator until ready to use.

Nix the noodles and try spaghetti squash. Squash noodles transform lasagna into a delightful dinner for less than 400 calories. See More: How to Cook Spaghetti Squash View Recipe: Spaghetti Squash Lasagna with Spinach

Granola Cups with Yogurt and Berries

Eating a smart breakfast leads to healthier choices all day long. Make any one of these quick breakfast recipes ahead, and that’s one less thing you have to do tomorrow morning. Learn more.

Broccoli-and-Bacon Muffin-Tin Frittatas | This easy make-ahead breakfast will have you set for the week. You get two mini frittatas per serving for only 168 calories; pair with a piece of fruit for a satisfying breakfast. Store cooked frittatas in the fridge for up to four days.

This easy make-ahead breakfast will have you set for the week. You get two mini frittatas per serving for only 168 calories; pair with a piece of fruit for a satisfying breakfast. Store cooked frittatas in the fridge for up to four days.

Soft-Yolk Muffins with Sausage and Cheese | Dazzle family and friends with these meaty muffins that break open to reveal medium-boiled eggs with creamy yolks in the middle. You need two sizes of egg here--the mediums fit in the muffin tins, while the larges go in the batter.

Dazzle family and friends with these meaty muffins that break open to reveal medium-boiled eggs with creamy yolks in the middle. You need two sizes of egg here--the mediums fit in the muffin tins, while the larges go in the batter.

Meatloaf Burger Steaks with Tomato Gravy | These burger steaks deliver classic meatloaf flavor with more glazy, crispy crust. A quick tomato gravy mimics a savory ketchup topping.

These burger steaks deliver classic meatloaf flavor with more glazy, crispy crust. A quick tomato gravy mimics a savory ketchup topping.