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almond biscuits

almond biscuits

Privilege | Style, some anxiety, and the raptures of living.

Privilege | Style, some anxiety, and the raptures of living.

Privilege | Style, some anxiety, and the raptures of living.

Privilege | Style, some anxiety, and the raptures of living.

Privilege | Style, some anxiety, and the raptures of living.

Privilege | Style, some anxiety, and the raptures of living.

Don't skip out on sautéing your chickpeas. It transforms the bland legume into an addictively crunchy topping that gives this rice bowl a pop of texture.Amount of protein per serving: about 68 grams

Don't skip out on sautéing your chickpeas. It transforms the bland legume into an addictively crunchy topping that gives this rice bowl a pop of texture.Amount of protein per serving: about 68 grams

Using tin foil to divide your sheet tray lets you bake the chickpeas and sweet potatoes at the same time. It makes the chickpeas addictively crunchy and gives the rice bowl lots of texture.Amount of protein per serving: about 25 grams

Using tin foil to divide your sheet tray lets you bake the chickpeas and sweet potatoes at the same time. It makes the chickpeas addictively crunchy and gives the rice bowl lots of texture.Amount of protein per serving: about 25 grams

These cheesy enchiladas — stuffed with a high-protein mix of black beans and eggs — prove that breakfast-for-dinner recipes are the best kind of recipes. (They also reheat well, and make great leftovers.)Amount of protein per serving: about 50 grams

These cheesy enchiladas — stuffed with a high-protein mix of black beans and eggs — prove that breakfast-for-dinner recipes are the best kind of recipes. (They also reheat well, and make great leftovers.)Amount of protein per serving: about 50 grams

These waffles get a double dose of protein thanks to a smart batter made with chickpeas, and Greek yogurt dipping sauce. If you don't have a waffle maker, form the dough into ½-inch thick pancakes and cook in an oiled skillet over medium heat. They might not be as fun as waffles, but they'll taste just as good.Amount of protein per serving: about 87 grams

These waffles get a double dose of protein thanks to a smart batter made with chickpeas, and Greek yogurt dipping sauce. If you don't have a waffle maker, form the dough into ½-inch thick pancakes and cook in an oiled skillet over medium heat. They might not be as fun as waffles, but they'll taste just as good.Amount of protein per serving: about 87 grams

We made a quick DIY pesto by pureeing basil + olive oil + lemon, but you could easily sub in the store-bought kind. If the store-bought variety is too thick to coat the quinoa, simply thin it out with a few tablespoons of olive oil. We used fancy tomatoes from the farmer's market, but a standard beefsteak or roma would work just as well.Amount of protein per serving: about 20 grams

We made a quick DIY pesto by pureeing basil + olive oil + lemon, but you could easily sub in the store-bought kind. If the store-bought variety is too thick to coat the quinoa, simply thin it out with a few tablespoons of olive oil. We used fancy tomatoes from the farmer's market, but a standard beefsteak or roma would work just as well.Amount of protein per serving: about 20 grams

All with over 20 grams of protein per serving.

All with over 20 grams of protein per serving.