You’re trying to eat healthy, and build some all important muscle. You’re tired of plain grilled chicken or salmon, which makes it difficult to stay on a healthy meal plan. Today, I searched the internet for some healthy, yet tasty main meals to inspire your meal planning adventures.
On Tuesday, I published the first article in my new series titled “Middle-age Wisdom“. The highlight of the article was Ernestine Shepherd. At the age of 83 years, this wonderful and inspiring woman is the current record holder for the oldest female body builder. Her diet is low carb and low fat, but high protein, which inspired today’s recipes list! I hope you enjoy!
One of the first lessons I learned at Hawthorn was the benefits of eating locally grown, SEASONAL produce. It’s fresher and packed with more nutrients than produce shipped across the country. Don’t know what veggies are in season? Take a look below:
Below, you’ll find 10 fall recipes, that are not only packed with flavor, they are packed with healthy fall produce. I hope you enjoy and let me know if you try any of the recipes. I know I plan on trying them ALL! (As always, I’ll let you know how it goes.
Eating healthy doesn’t have to be boring. I hope, with the above recipes, I’ve inspired you to add some wonderful fall veggies into your diet.
Fall veggies are packed with color, and incredibly healthy. The yellow and orange squash are packed with beta-carotene and vitamin C. Cruciferous veggies, such as kale, cauliflower and brussel sprouts are incredibly healthy and an absolute must in any healthy diet. These healthy powerhouse veggies have many benefits, including:
protection from toxins
enhance cognitive function
What’s your favorite fall vegetable? I’d love to hear in the comments below!
a list of 10 crock-pot dinner recipes to share with the one you love. (There’s even a crock-pot quiche recipe!)
Welcome to my new series! Since my youngest son went off to college in August, I’m a new empty nester. One of the hardest things to get used to, besides his absence, is trying to cook for only my husband and myself. For 20+ years, I’ve cooked for 3 boys. I typically made extra, because, well, growing boys eat a lot. Now, it’s just the two of us and cooking for two is a whole different ball of wax…thus this new series. You’ll be learning along with me.
This series will be published bi-monthly, on the first Thursday every other month. On the first Thursday, during the other months, will be my pioneer recipes series.
Typically, I’ll be using the “tried and true” method. I’ll experiment with a recipe and then share my experiences with all of you. This time, however, I’m publishing a list of 10 crock-pot dinner recipes to share with the one you love. (There’s even a crock-pot quiche recipe!) So, HERE WE GO!