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3 Multiple Sclerosis Approved Recipes

Vegan Chocolate Hazelnut Breakfast Protein Cookies

(Via Cotter Crunch)

Is there anything better than waking up in the morning to a warm, chocolate-y cookie? How about waking up to one that is actually good for you? Yes we know, that isn’t the most fun sounding cookie, but these are so simple you might as well give them a shot. Some of the few simple ingredients you need to make these vegan treats include hazelnuts, banana, plant protein and dark chocolate. Click here to make these yummy breakfast treats!

Strawberry Apple Chicken Salad

(Via Kim’s Cravings)

Spring is on its way, and what better way to embrace the season than to add a little fruity flavor to a healthy, refreshing salad. What you’ll need for this quick meal is chopped boneless skinless chicken, baby spinach or baby kale/spinach mix, an apple, strawberries, chopped almonds and salt and pepper to taste. For the delicious poppy seed dressing you can either pick one up at your local grocery store, or make your own by using mayo, unsweetened vanilla almond milk, stevia or any sweetener of your preference, apple cider vinegar, olive oil and of course, poppy seeds! Find the full recipe here.

Chili Tuna Spiralized Spring Vegetables

(Via Cotter Crunch)

Rich with Omega-3s, low carb and Whole 30 friendly—this is a meal you will be making over and over again. The best part is the star ingredient spiralized vegetable: purple turnips! They are a great source of vitamin C, potassium and iron, and have a great crunchy texture that really gives this salad an extra kick. Throw in some cucumber, tuna, cilantro, red chili pepper, and top it off with some chili garlic oil. Find the full list of ingredients and recipe instructions here!

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