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Whether you're a vegetarian or just want to save some money on your next grocery bill.
On top of being super colorful and yummy, this grain bowl boasts several great sources of protein, such as quinoa, chickpeas, and black beans.
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Fun fact: Parmesan is the cheese with the most protein.
This bowl features a great protein trifecta: eggs, edamame, and soba noodles (which are also high in fiber, btw).
These delicious tacos are filled with spinach, cheese, and protein-packed black beans.
Two words: falafel waffle. Also, chickpeas and Greek yogurt are both great sources of protein, so you know this one is a winner.
If you're looking to increase your protein intake, adding quinoa and chickpeas to your diet is a great way to go about it.
Sure, it says "breakfast" in the name, but why would you deprive yourself from this treat for dinner? On top of cheese, tortillas, and salsa verde, these delicious enchiladas are also stuffed with a high-protein mix of eggs and black beans.
With 21 grams of protein, this baked potato is both filling and super easy.
Wanna increase the amount of protein in your salad? Add some feta and chickpeas to the mix.
This bowl is low in calories (316) but high in protein (36 grams).
Black beans (+ a couple of eggs) working their magic again.
Lentils are another great vegetarian protein source. You can make them as a dal or a soup, or if you want to get off the beaten path, why not try these vegetarian meatballs?
This super easy pita pizza is the ideal serving for one person and offers 27 grams of protein.
A veggie burger that actually tastes good and helps with my protein intake? Sign me up.
Delicious and protein-packed, thanks to the soba noodles, edamame, and tofu.
This salad has over 21 grams of protein mostly thanks to the chickpeas and Parmesan.
Another great way to include more lentils in your diet, this time with a delicious cauliflower steak.
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