This meal-in-a glass shake provides 14 g of soy protein. According to Dr. David Jenkins, at the University of Toronto, “Even if your cholesterol numbers are normal, adding a little soy to your diet can help keep them that way."
Berry Blast Soy Breakfast Shake
Mix it up a little! Try strawberries with vanilla yogurt, blueberries with raspberry yogurt, raspberries with mango-passion fruit yogurt.
Butterscotch Coffee Frappe
Serve in fancy stemmed glasses with thick straws. Rich enough for dessert!
Chocolate Banana Soy Breakfast Shake
Current research indicates that diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol which include 25 grams of soy protein a day may reduce the risk of heart disease. This meal-in-a glass shake provides 14 g of soy protein.
Chunky Hummus Vegetable Wrap
Serve leftover hummus another day with PC Blue Menu tortilla chips or vegetables for dipping.
Chunky Hummus Vegetable Wrap is first wrap on far left in picture.
Coriander Lime Salsa
This zesty salsa has one-quarter the sodium of most bottled salsas.
Lightened Up Creamy Coleslaw
We’ve made a low fat creamy coleslaw by substituting plain yogurt for the usual full fat mayonnaise. Prepackaged coleslaw mix is a great time-saver; look for it in the produce section.
Mango Lime Lassi
A lassi is a cold yogurt-based drink, popular in India. Tart and refreshing, lassi serves to cleanse the palate alongside spicier foods.
Maple Tofu Smoothie
This nutritious shake is made in minutes. Use a frozen banana, if you have one. Pack into your insulated coffee mug for breakfast on the go!
Pineapple Banana Frost
Quench your summertime thirst with this easy tropical drink.