Meatless Meals
Meatless Meals

Picking on Fruits and Veggies

It can be tough to find meatless meals to keep you satisfied. Thankfully, Save-A-Lot has plenty of fruit and veggie options. We’ll show you protein substitutes, find you vitamin-packed fruits and vegetables, and give you a few cool tricks to make veggies taste better.

Strong Choices

Take meat off the menu and replace it with these alternative sources of protein. Check this list to find healthy and natural protein substitutes.

Black Beans

Black Beans

12 grams of protein per cup

Hard-Boiled Eggs

Hard-Boiled Eggs

6 grams of protein per egg

Cottage Cheese

Cottage Cheese

28 grams per cup

Greek Yogurt

Greek Yogurt

23 grams of proteins per cup

Mixed Nuts

Mixed nuts

4 to 7 grams of protein per ounce

Hummus

Hummus

1 gram of protein for every 2 tablespoons

 
 
Power Packed ProducePower Packed Produce

Take a look inside your fruits and vegetables to see what makes them so healthy.

Spinach

Spinach

NutritionVitamin K, Vitamin C, Potassium

BenefitsImmune system, Muscles, Blood system

Nutrition Vitamin K Vitamin C Potassium

Benefits Immune system Muscles Blood system

Carrots

Carrots

NutritionHigh in Fiber

BenefitsEyesight, Blood system

Nutrition High in Fiber

Benefits Eyesight Blood system

Tomatoes

Tomatoes

NutritionVitamin A, Vitamin C

BenefitsImmune system, Reproductive health

Nutrition Vitamin A Vitamin C

Benefits Immune system Reproductive health

Cauliflower

Cauliflower

NutritionVitamin K, Vitamin C, High in Fiber

BenefitsInflammation, Digestion

Nutrition Vitamin K Vitamin C High in Fiber

Benefits Inflammation Digestion

 
Oranges

Oranges

NutritionVitamin C

BenefitsImmune system

Nutrition Vitamin C

Benefits Immune system

Bananas

Bananas

NutritionPotassium

BenefitsHeart, Digestion

Nutrition Potassium

Benefits Heart Digestion

Apples

Apples

NutritionVitamin C

BenefitsImmune system

Nutrition Vitamin C

Benefits Immune system

Veggie Toppers

Don't just eat your veggies, enjoy them! Eating veggies doesn’t have to be a chore. Here are a few quick and healthy toppings to liven up your greens.

 
Lemon and Salt
 

Lemon Squeeze: Brighten up your vegetables with a squeeze of lemon

Salt: Salt enhances flavors while masking bitterness

 
Fruit and Olive Oil
 

Fruit: Mix apples or blueberries into your veggies to make it more interesting

Olive Oil: Drizzling a little olive oil over your veggies adds a layer of flavor

Fruit and Olive Oil
Nutrition in Fruits and Veggies

Your fruits and vegetables are packed with vitamins. Print this guide as an easy reference to hang on your fridge.

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