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Vegan Recipe for Toast with Fruit bowl


2 slices whole wheat bread
1 serving extra virgin olive oil
1 banana
1 apple
1 orange


Toast both pieces of whole wheat bread, drizzle olive oil evenly on each bread. Eat open faced. Peel banana and orange and slice in small pieces. Slice apple (with skin) and cut into small pieces as well. Mix all fruit in a bowl. To drink have an 8 oz. glass of low-sodium V8 (only adds 50 more calories to your meal, along with loads of nutrition).

Nutritional Facts

Calories - 541
Total Fat - 16g
Saturated Fat - 3g
Trans Fat - 0g
Cholesterol - 0mg
Sodium - 296mg
Total Carbohydrate - 95g
Dietary Fiber- 16g
Sugars - 48g
Protein - 11g

Key Note

This vegan recipe offers a high amount of Dietary Fiber and good amount of Protein. What does this mean? you will be full longer, have more energy, and your body will not have a carb crash in the mid-morning. This recipe calls for Whole Wheat bread, make sure when you buy your bread, you look at the nutrient information and make sure each slice has at least 4 grams of Dietary Fiber.







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