September is Family Dinner Month, and with good reason! Eating at home is a great way not only to bond with your family, but also to enjoy new flavors while keeping your sodium low, your budget trim and your nutrition high. These recipes offer inspiration to keep family dinner night fun and interesting without breaking the bank.
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Hot, cold, wrap, or taco: sandwiches come in a lot of shapes and sizes, and they’re all fantastic. Whether you want an easy-to-eat packed lunch or a finger-food dinner, there’s just something deeply satisfying about tasty fillings wrapped in bread. Here are a few recipes to indulge your sandwich craving…responsibly.
Nothing says summer in America like piling into the car with your entire family or all of the friends you can fit (plus one) to drive to the water or some entertaining destination. Whether you’re doing a proper cross-country roadtrip or spending a day at the beach, these cooler-friendly recipes will keep you in yummy meals and luscious sweet treats while keeping you on track with your nutrition goals.
Americans, in general, could stand to eat a bit more fish. Packed full of nutrients that are great for your brain (and overall health), it’s a smart choice for any time of the year, but especially for summer, when the fresh options are even better. These recipes will help the fish-wary explore and try incredible flavors that will persuade you: fish can be a nutritious delight on any budget.
Smoothies can be a convenient way to squish a little more produce into your diet, but they can become monotonous very easily when your ideas for new combinations run a little dry. These recipes involved some less common smoothie ingredients (and temperatures) for liquid nutrition that’s handy on the go.
Moving towards a more plant-based diet is smart for the environment and smart for your wellness. Make eating your veggies more fun with these delicious vegetable dishes!
Who doesn’t love a sweet little something to cap off a light dinner, or to keep them going during the afternoon slump? The trick to enjoy your sweets, of course, is to keep added sugar low and including the protein, fiber and heart-healthy fats that will keep you full and satisfied. This set of desserts is designed to taste luxurious while still adding to your overall nutrition for the day.