Add these dietitian approved pantry staples to your kitchen and be prepared to try new recipes and whip up last-minute meals!
These are a great way to add flavor when making soup or cooking up whole grains!
High in fiber and protein, beans will keep you full and satisfied. Plus they can be prepared in so many ways!
Adding vegetables to a meal is a great way to add flavor, plus many vitamins and minerals!
Brown rice, quinoa, whole wheat pasta, farro, millet, kamut… the list goes on! These hearty grains are packed with protein and fiber and make an excellent addition to any meal or snack.
It’s great to have an assortment of different vegetable oils for different cooking methods. Olive oils go great in salad dressings while coconut and grapeseed oils are better for high heat cooking.
An amazing source of healthy fats and protein that tastes great alone or when incorporated into recipes!
High in protein and healthy fats, enjoy in a sandwich, in a smoothie or with some apple slices! Go for varieties that have no or little added sugar and salt.
Add flavor to your meals without loading on the salt!
An excellent base for soups and stews, and an ideal meat replacement when you want to try out vegetarian recipes.
Great for a sweet treat, but also can be substituted for sugar when baking!