Make your mealtimes easy and nutritious with these delicious bowls full of healthful ingredients and flavor! Use these recipes to inspire your own creation of simple meals made from the nutrition powerhouses that you love most.
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This dish is to Thai food what Tex-Mex is to Mexican cuisine: it may not be authentic, but you’ll still be left craving more. The simple dish is packed with veggies and would make a wonderful option to explore with kids. Let them pick a vegetable to include and put them in charge of measuring the sauce for a family-friendly dish you’ll all enjoy.
Beat the breakfast blahs by swapping out your standard oatmeal for a more diverse mix that includes the ancient grains bulgur and barley. This recipe is lightly sweetened with raisins and cinnamon. A few chopped nuts gives it a pleasing crunch. Interested in ancient grains? Sign up for our upcoming free webinar!
National Nutrition Month is the perfect time to talk about the food trends that spread across the internet. Some, of course, are more nutritious than others. Super Bowls or Power Bowls are a popular trend right not, focusing on easy single-bowl meals that pack in all the nutrition you could want. With brown rice, edamame, and a selection of veggies, you’ll find this bowl a delight to make a big batch of for easy, satisfying meals all week long.
With record snowfalls, brutally cold temperatures and a flu season that won’t quit, there’s no shortage on reasons to be craving a bit of comfort food this winter. Indulging your desire for comfort food can bring a lot of guilt, especially as the winter drags on and your choices and reduced options for exercising start to stack. These recipes are designed to bring more nutrition to variations on popular comfort foods without losing any of the flavor to help you meet your comfort food craving without losing sight of your nutrition goals.
Classic pea soup doesn’t really need much in the way of modifications to make it a nutritious comfort food. This version begins with a classic French mirepoix and adds a bit of garlic for good measure. Bay leaf and parsley are suggested, but do change the flavor profile of a typical pea soup, so you may wish to omit them if your favor recipe doesn’t already call for them. Much of the salt in the recipe comes from slow cooking the peas with ham or a ham bone, so if modifying the recipe into a vegetarian option, you may wish to adjust the salt to taste.
Rainbow carrots aren’t necessary to enjoy this cozy chicken soup – any carrot will do! Swap in your favorite veggies or whatever you need to use up before they go by. The flavors are simple and delicious. Serve with rolls made from our Secret Weapon Bread Dough for a cozy meal that’s perfect for warming up from a day in the snow or for anyone recovering from a cold.