Do you need a side dish to throw on the grill with your protein of choice for a weeknight meal? Want something filling to help round out that summer cookout? This recipe fills the need for a perfect, nutritious side that’s flavorful, especially if you add peppers and squash from your own garden or local farmers market.
This recipe is sure to satisfy on a warm evening where it's too hot to use the stove and you want meat and vegetables all done at once. The steak sauce makes a deliciously savory coating that enhances the flavors of everything, from the beef to the zucchini. Microwaving the potatoes before hand not only makes it easy to skewer them, but also expedites the cooking time.
This recipe takes a perfectly seasoned fish fillet, pairs it with a salsa that’s
sweet, has notes of citrus and has some punch from onion and jalapeno, then wraps it in a warm
tortilla for a dish that screams grilling and summer.
The classic smoothie is a sneaky way to get greens into your diet, and this one pairs
strawberries and bananas together for a timeless flavor profile. By adding milk
and yogurt, it ups the protein and calcium for a refreshing drink you can take
on the go. Of course, we encourage using whatever fresh or frozen fruit you have
on hand to create your own smoothie adventure.
This take on the classic tuna salad brings some extra nutrition and a little sweetness in the form of seedless grapes. Feel free to freestyle with apples, add shredded carrots or serve on crackers, tortillas or bread to make it work for what you have on hand. It’s also an easy beginner recipe for kids and teens to make for lunches and afterschool snacks!
It’s been said that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but we also happen to think it’s the tastiest as well. This recipe is a great start to your day, and has nutritious and tasty building blocks to start from. Feel free to enjoy with eggs anyway you like them; we scrambled four right in at the end of the recipe.
In just ten minutes, you can have a filling snack that cuts out all the preservatives
and chemicals found in the energy bar aisle of the grocery store. These wholesome
bites leave room for experimenting — add ½ teaspoon of ground cinnamon and/or
½ teaspoon vanilla extract to punch them up more!
This recipe is a light, quick and easy version of typical chili, as it substitutes ground beef with canned chicken and kidney beans with white beans. After pumping it up with some veggies, this recipe is ready to rock your lunchbox or a weeknight dinner.
By combining a classic macaroni and cheese recipe with healthier substitutions and a one-skillet preparation, this becomes a satisfying weeknight dish to enjoy. Get creative with the noodle choice and added vegetables – peas and carrots would do in a pinch if there's not spinach on hand!