Cran-Apple Crisp from CelebrateYourPlate.org has potential to become your new Thanksgiving staple. This gluten free option can be served warm or cold and is only 210 calories per serving!
Finding a dessert to prepare that is delicious as well as healthy can be difficult. If you enjoy the flavors of fall, try pumpkin pudding! Check out the recipe here: https://www.choosemyplate.gov/recipes/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-snap/pumpkin-pudding
The CDC and ChooseMyPlate.gov both recommend that adults get 30 minutes of physical activity each day. If you find it hard to fit that into your day, check out these tips to increasing your physical activity at home and at work: https://www.choosemyplate.gov/resources/physical-activity-tips
Preparing tasty and healthy snacks can be easy! Celebrate Your Plate has a recipe for popcorn seasoned with chili and garlic powder that your family will enjoy. For the full recipe, click the following link: https://celebrateyourplate.org/recipes/seasoned-popcorn
When your stomach grumbles, but it is not time for lunch or dinner, have a snack! MyPlate.gov has great tips on preparing easy, fast, and healthy snacks. Check them out here: https://www.choosemyplate.gov/myplate-mywins-tips-hacking-your-snacks-0.
Apples are in season so its time to visit your local orchard, grocery store, or farmers market. Try your fresh juicy apples in this recipe, Apple Overnight Oats!
You may have notice Farmers Markets popping up all summer but never stopped to check one out. It is not too late! Supporting your local economy is just one benefit from shopping a Farmers Market. Click the link below to see how these 10 tips can get you the most out of your visit!
During this hot weather, you may be looking for recipes that don’t require heating up your kitchen. Turn off the oven and try this refreshing and healthy dessert: No-Bake Lemon Pie, from CelebrateYourPlate.org.
How many times have you thought, “Cooking just takes too long,” and ordered restaurant food instead? With a little bit of organization and preparation you can cut down on the time spent cooking and save money on healthy meals made at home. Check out a few kitchen timesavers at https://www.choosemyplate.gov/eathealthy/budget/budget-time-savers.