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Don’t Miss the Meat:  Amaranth Lentil Loaf

Meatloaf is one of those Sunday dinner meals that provide comfort and warmth, but there’s also a lot of unhealthy side effects. Serve up the good without the bad with this Amaranth Lentil loaf!

Any kind of “loaf” is always a comforting dish in the cooler winter months. The combination of amaranth and lentils give you loads of protein and fiber, and won’t leave you feeling heavy like a traditional meat loaf. You can certainly swap out the lentil for other beans such as chickpeas, red kidney beans, or even white beans to give this loaf a different variation.

Bonus tip – make it ahead of time, so the loaf has time to cool and set before you slice into it. It also tastes great the next day and even tastes good cold. It can be added to salads, sandwiches, grain dishes, or accompany a side of greens drizzled with tahini!

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