Cucumber makes a light and crunchy base for these little tuna sandwiches. They are healthy and tangy, thanks to the onion, paprika, and black pepper.
These shrimp spring rolls make a refreshing summer snack. Shrimp, mint, and bell peppers have lots of nutrients as well as lots of flavor.
Instead of reaching for your takeout menu, reach for these Thai chicken lettuce cups. They have less sodium than restaurant dishes, and use chicken breast for some lean protein.
Take advantage of your summer vegetable garden or farmers’ market and try this tomato and basil bruschetta. It’s fresh, simple, and satisfying.
Walnuts and ricotta have lots of protein. Pair them with a piece of a whole-wheat baguette for a creamy, crunchy, filling snack.