Tag: soup

Spotlight Recipes: More Chicken Ideas

by in Healthy Recipes, March 8, 2010

You can never have too many yummy chicken recipes. A lean protein, chicken is packed with energy-boosting B-vitamins and the mineral selenium (which research may help stave off cancers, according to some research). Don’t forget to remove the skin before digging in to get rid of most of the artery-clogging saturated fat.

5 Ingredients: Coconut Soup With Noodles & Mushrooms

by in 5-Ingredient Recipes, January 27, 2010

Tired of sandwiches for lunch or the same pasta for dinner? A warm bowl of this Thai-inspired soup will hit the spot. Not only is the soup filled with nutrients; it helps fill you up, too.

Katie's Healthy Bites: Potato & Kale Soup

by in Uncategorized, December 27, 2009

When it comes to creating soups, the possibilities are endless. Here is a creamy soup that’s as filling as you can get and includes some hearty cool-weather veggies.

Smarter Late-Night Snacks

by in Healthy Tips, December 7, 2009

With a jam-packed refrigerator and holiday junk food lurking in every corner, late night snacking can blow your attempts at healthful eating out of the water. Here are some tips for those who like snacking after dark.

Leftover Turkey 5 Ways

by in 1 Food, 5 Ways, Thanksgiving, November 26, 2009

Who doesn’t love leftover turkey? There are so many creative ways to enjoy it (it was tough limiting it to 5), but making sure your food is safe to eat is equally important. Here are 5 yummy ways to enjoy your leftover turkey and safety tips for handling leftovers.

Leftover Chicken 5 Ways

by in 1 Food, 5 Ways, October 26, 2009

To cut down on fat, cook up chicken breast meat (a.k.a. white meat) and get rid of the skin (most of the saturated fat is there). Next time you grill or roast some chicken, make extra and try these tricks to stretch the leftovers into another meal.

Healthy Pregnancy: Planning Ahead in the Kitchen

by in Healthy Pregnancy, October 8, 2009

Even after the baby arrives, it’s still important for moms to get extra calories so they can keep their energy high, heal from delivery and have fuel for breastfeeding. These recipes will keep my family covered during those first few hectic weeks.