Get outside! Get moving! Go fly a kite! Go climb a mountain! Spring is here and summer is just around the corner–there is no better time to be active with your friends and family. Of course, living a healthy lifestyle means making nutritious choices to fuel your body on the go. Here’s a selection of recipes that are great for packing a picnic.
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Crunchy, grab’n’go, salty or a little bit sweet: everyone loves a tasty snack to give them a little energy boost, whether you’re getting ready to enjoy a day trip to a national park or bustling from one after-school activity to the next. These recipes and tips will help you make space to savor a tasty moment that will nourish you for the next challenge in line.
Salads are, of course, one way to get a big heap of vegetables in one sitting. Unfortunately, they often are not very filling, or get most of their calories from fatty dressings, or just don’t travel that well. No more! We’ve pulled together some delicious salads that will fill you up nicely, and most of them will travel well to boot.
Convinced you can’t eat healthy on a budget? Let us change your mind. Pair the recipes below with our tips and tricks for trimming the fat out of your diet and your grocery list for a meal plan that makes the most of every ingredient you buy.
As we all transition from the extra expense and calories of celebrating the holidays into the belt-tightening (in more ways than one) of the new year, nutritious recipes that are easy on the budget are worth their weight in gold…or coins, at any rate. This roundup is easy on the wallet and the waistline, but doesn’t skimp on flavor for a minute. Enjoy this jumpstart for a healthier new year!
During our webinar, Here’s to Your Health: Balancing Entertaining and Nutrition, Kit and I talk about putting together a healthier holiday brunch. Here’s a quick list of recipes to get you started!
During the chaos of the holidays, getting regular meals on the table can feel like an impossible challenge. It’s the perfect time of year to lean on your freezer to make your work easier. Each of these recipes can be frozen either in whole or in part to take some of the prep out of your cooking process on a daily basis.