5 Certified Heart-Healthy Recipes to Incorporate in Your Diet

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Eggs are an important part of healthy dietary patterns across the lifespan, according to growing evidence on dietary cholesterol and eggs. Research shows that for most people, eating eggs does not negatively impact blood cholesterol levels, and can even be beneficial for people at risk of heart disease!

Not only are these 5 recipes delicious, but they’re also certified by the American Heart Association as heart-healthy meals.

  1. Mexican Rice and Bean Baked Eggs
    This Tex-Mex inspired recipe includes jalapeños and is seasoned with chili powder, garlic, and cumin, creating the perfect savory dish for dinner.
  2. Sun-Dried Tomato and Kale Frittata
    With only 144 calories per serving, this recipe is a great start to your day. Plus, it can be refrigerated and served as leftovers for the rest of the week!
  3. Microwave Egg and Veggie Breakfast Bowl
    Ready in less than 5 minutes, this egg and veggie bowl is an essential for those busy weekdays.
  4. Tubeman’s Noodle Zoodle Egg Bowl
    Not only is “zoodle” really fun to say, but these veggie noodles are also a tasty twist on usual pasta dishes! Mixed with fresh cherry tomatoes, lemon zest and spinach, this recipe combines all the colors of the rainbow for a healthy and beautiful meal.
  5. Sweetpotato and Egg Hash
    This breakfast recipe knocks it out of the park when it comes to protein – especially when paired with locally grown sweetpotatoes!

 

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