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Cheddar Jalapeño Chicken Burgers with Guacamole

A love for burgers may be the reason you're a flexitarian and not a full-blown vegetarian in the first place. Plan on making this toppings-heavy chicken burger whenever you're prepping for a meaty meal (it can easily be made with beef or turkey too, if those are more your jam).

Get the recipe: Cheddar Jalapeño Chicken Burgers with Guacamole

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Tempeh Sausage Stuffed Squash

Spoiler: This recipe is a lot easier to make than it looks. And, to keep the surprises going, the tempeh adds a meat-like flavor even though the entire dish is vegan and gluten-free.

Get the recipe: Tempeh Sausage Stuffed Squash

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Loaded Vegetable Spring Quiche

Based on beauty alone, this quiche, which is filled with springtime faves like ramps, mushrooms, and peas, easily gets a 10. The taste and nutritional profile live up to that perfect score, too. (Get excited for warmer weather with these 20 fresh spring recipes for any diet.)

Get the recipe: Loaded Vegetable Spring Quiche

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Shrimp and Zucchini Noodles

Flexitarianism calls for cutting back on your fish intake, but there's no need to ban it from your diet entirely. It's hard not to dig this flexible way of eating, especially since the shrimp in this 20-minute dish delivers nutrients that are tough for vegetarians to source, like protein and vitamin B12.

Get the recipe: Shrimp and Zucchini Noodles

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