Oysters on the grill are a nutritious and easy appetizer to make. One serving, or 3 ounces, of these tasty little guys provide 567 percent of our daily value of B12, which helps with better brain and cognitive health, especially for older adults. They also provide 128 percent of our daily value of zinc, a mineral to help with immunity, male health and wound healing.
Ever wonder what to make with canned tuna other than mixing it with mayo for a sandwich? This is a perfect high protein and fiber salad that’s delicate and satisfying, plus it is loaded with heart-healthy fats! Pair with some spring greens for added vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.
Healthy snack alert! Ever crave something crunchy and salty? These crunchy garbanzo beans are easy to make, healthy, and delicious! Eating a snack that is high in fiber and protein will help to keep you full and curb cravings. Each serving has a whopping 6g of fiber, which is so important for gut health. Try these with different spices like cumin, chili powder, garlic powder, Cajun or dill for something new and fun.
The best mac and cheese does not come out of a box or the microwave. With a little extra time, you can make this muffin cup mac and cheese recipe that serve as a great side dish or a pre-portioned snack!
Adding fresh fruit to green salads is not a new trend but is one worth continuing. This grilled chicken and spinach salad blends sweet pineapple with spicy habanero peppers! It’s full of fiber and flavor. You can make it as mild or spicy as you like. If the habanero is too spicy, try the more mild jalapeno pepper instead!
This recipe makes perfect use of fresh locally grown corn and squash. It is packed with nutrition and flavor! To save time use canned butter beans or baby lima beans, drain and rinsed before use. Edamame work well in this recipe also!