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Victoria Seaver, M.S., RD

As a senior digital editor, Victoria covers content aimed at making healthy eating easier through meal prep, healthy grocery store finds and super-simple weeknight recipes. She writes the weekly dinner plan newsletter, ThePrep, and creates monthly videos for the Prep School video series. Victoria loves getting outside in Vermont, where she lives with her husband, David, and dog, Mookie, whether it’s for a long walk, skiing, gardening in the backyard or a day on beautiful Lake Champlain.

Three ingredients (not including basics like oil, salt and pepper) are all you need to get these flavorful spring dinners on the table.
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With plenty of veggies, healthy fats and lean protein sources, these healthy Mediterranean-inspired dinners will help you feel your best all week long.
Gin & Blackberry Spritz
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This "berry" fresh spritzer is light and satisfying and really can be enjoyed year-round. It gets its beautiful color from muddled blackberries and its kick from gin (or vodka). Top it off with a little soda water and there you have it! We intentionally kept the added sugar out of this cocktail, but if you want a little sweetness, stir in some honey.
This week's lightened-up dinners incorporate those spring flavors we're craving, plus plenty of healthy protein sources to keep us feeling full all evening long.
You (and your wallet) will love this week of cheap healthy meals.
Cheap ingredients and pantry staples are the secret to cooking up healthy meals on a budget.
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20 minutes is all that's needed each night to get these delicious, Mediterranean dinners for spring on the table.
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A week of healthy, high-protein dinners that clock in right around 400 calories to help you feel your best, while delivering all our favorite spring flavors.A week of healthy, high-protein dinners that clock in right around 400 calories to help you feel your best, while delivering all our favorite spring flavors.
This clean-eating meal plan for spring features the best of the season, while limiting added sugar and processed foods.
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Not counting basics we all have in our kitchen, like olive oil, salt and pepper, three ingredients are all you need to get this week's delicious dinners on the table.
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I'm combining my two current cravings to create this week of comfort-food dinners for spring.
These flavorful dinners use five ingredients (not including basics like salt, pepper and oil) and prove that you don't need much to make a great meal.
Plus, they just feel really good and are super affordable.
This week of high-fiber dinners will help you feel your best, plus save you a ton of time in the kitchen.
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A week of healthy, high-protein dinners that clock in right around 400 calories to help you feel your best.
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You get the best of both worlds with this week of healthy Mediterranean-inspired comfort foods.