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Here's How To Eat Just A Little Bit Healthier

Yes, you can make frozen dessert work for you.

1. Satisfy a post-dinner sweets craving with banana soft serve.

2. Or, turn blueberries into dessert by dipping them in yogurt and freezing.

3. If you love peanut butter but tend to overdo it a little, try incorporating it into meals instead of eating it straight up.

Peanut butter is filled with healthy fats and some protein, but two tablespoons has almost 200 calories, meaning it's easy to overeat if you're aimlessly scooping it straight out of the jar. Use it as part of a meal instead. Here are 23 Healthy Ways To Eat Peanut Butter All Day, including muffins, sandwiches, salad dressings, even noodles!

From left: Fruit Stack Peanut Butter Sandwich, Thai Cauliflower Rice Salad with Peanut Butter Ginger Sauce

4. If you're short on time, buy a rotisserie chicken and use it to make healthy lunches and dinners throughout the week.

Throw sliced chicken breast on top of a salad, wrap shredded chicken in a tortilla with a ton of veggies, or chop up dark meat and add it — at the very end of cooking, just to heat it up —to a stir fry.

From left: Southwestern Chicken Wraps, Kale, Quinoa, Avocado, and Roast Chicken Salad

5. Try asparagus "fries" as a healthy-ish dinner side.

6. Literally just start adding vegetables to every meal and snack you eat.

7. As the weather heats up, experiment with cold, overnight oats for a grab-and-go breakfast.