It does take time to cook a pork tenderloin, but it’s not a “hard task” in the kitchen. Main meals need 4-6 DIFFERENT food groups for balance of nutrition.Read More
Breakfast Bowl. So easy, so delicious.Read More
Breakfast Bowl. Breakfast need 3-5 different food groups.Read More
Princess Neely finally demanded to take her lunch to school. I gave in, because she's cute and I want to see how much of it actually gets eaten.Read More
This meal can be made in under 30 minutes. Add flavor however your family would enjoy it- marinade the chicken your way, or choose a grain based side that your family is sure to enjoy.Read More
Ultra filtered milk provide 20g of protein per cup. Pair it with whole wheat toast, peanut butter and a banana.Read More
You can't make this in 20 minutes (because the tenderloin takes about an hour to bake) but it is still super simple and delicious.Read More
Lunch should contain 4-6 different checkmarks to be balanced.Read More
Sausage typically is not protein "packed" so I paired it with a Greek style yogurt to give me another protein source with a variety of nutrients not found in adding more "sausage" to the plate.Read More
Main meals score 💯 if there are 4-6 DIFFERENT groups present. I was just the over achiever yesterday.Read More
So many opinions on school lunches, and I'm not here to change your mind. But, as a dietitian (and mom), I couldn't be more pleased at the effort to provide a balanced meal.Read More
Geez, I love breakfast food. Don't you?
Remember, a balanced breakfast provides 3-5 "different" food groups.
Baked a pork tenderloin per directions. Those cute potatos where done in the microwave. The salad is self explanatory.Read More
Scrambled 2 eggs + 2 egg whites with a big old handful of spinach. Paired with Van's waffles and a Laughing Cow Swiss cheese wedge.Read More
Dinner in under 20 minutes. Really, under 10 minutes but you have to be patient while the grill heats up and water boils.Read More