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7 Ways To Eat Healthier This Week

Swaps and snacks to power you through the week.

1. For an easy, on-the-go breakfast option, prep some egg rollups.

 

Cooking the eggs flat instead of scrambled makes these extra compact and portable. Recipe here.

More: How To Make Easy Breakfast Roll-Ups

2. Swap potato chips for Tex Mex–style popcorn during your next Netflix marathon.

 

Tons of flavor with fewer calories. This version is sprinkled with homemade taco seasoning — a spicy, salty mix that includes chili powder, garlic powder, and paprika. Recipe here.

More: 18 Popcorn Recipes For Your Next Netflix Marathon

3. Make a big, double batch of soup for dinner this week — then freeze half as leftovers for later this winter.

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Then just reheat and eat later when it’s (inevitably) too cold to leave the house. Your future self will thank you.

More: 21 Healthy and Cozy Soups That Are Actually Filling

4. Satisfy your sweet tooth with one of these better-for-you dessert options:

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Find three-ingredient recipes for desserts including frozen yogurt bark, strawberry lemon sorbet, and sweet potato–chocolate frosting here.

More: 18 Lazy Desserts That Are Actually Healthyish

5. Whip up a simple homemade salad dressing — like this one with avocado and protein-packed Greek yogurt.

Better than the store-bought stuff — and better for you, too. Recipe here.

More: How To Make Creamy Avocado Cilantro Lime Dressing

6. Replace the occasional soda for seltzer cut with fruit juice.

Hydrating, easy to make, and with way less sugar than soda.

More: 13 Easy Ways To Drink More Water Every Day

7. Trade out the tortillas on Taco Tuesday and dig into a one-pot taco skillet instead.

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Find this lighter version — loaded with lean ground turkey, diced tomatoes, and greens — here.

More: 17 Delicious One-Dish Recipes For When You’re Trying To Eat Healthy

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