During the winter months, eating nutritiously is a great priority to focus on to help recover from the holidays and set our families up for a healthful new year. These recipes will make smart eating choices more of a pleasure than a chore.
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Not all of these recipes are quickbreads, but they do have one thing in common: they’re quick to throw together when you’re hustling to make your baked goods in between the bustle of getting the kids in and out of their snow gear and getting yourself to the gym for a holiday resolution. Whether you’re trying to start the day off with a homemade bite or deliver soup to a sick friend, there’s a quick bread in here for you.
Looking for more nutritious recipes to try out this holiday season? We’ve put together a few of our favorite seasonal treats for you to try. Check them out in our Healthy Holidays Flipbook!
When you’re craving something sweet, sometimes nothing but the traditional sweets will do. But often, it’s possible to satisfy a craving for something a little sweet with a dish that also adds real nutrition to your day. These recipes will please your sugar-loving side while giving you important nutrients to get you through the day. Many of these recipes call for date paste: if you’ve never made it before, check out our instructions.
We’ve been having fun with spiralized vegetables this month! (Voodles are veggie noodles, for those of you who missed earlier posts.) Did you catch our Halloween fun with Roasted Butternut Noodles? There’s good times to be had putting any number of veggies under that spiralizing blade, and good flavor too. Many of these dishes are great sides: pair with some plant-based protein and a smart portion of whole grain to round out the meal!
Many hands make light work–and in the kitchen, that can be a blessing. Whether you’re cooking a fresh meal on a slower night or stocking the freezer with easy meals to reheat throughout the busy week, working together as a family can be a fun exercise in teamwork, nutrition and teachable moments. We’ve put together a few colorful recipes we think you’ll find rewarding to make with your loved ones.
Cooking with a large number of spices can seem intimidating, but when you split the work up between a few people, this meal is a snap. Put someone in charge of chopping veggies, someone in charge of measuring spices, and someone in charge of watching the stove, and quick as a wink, you’ll have this hearty meal on the table.