Often times we reach for snacks and foods that are unhealthy and loaded with sugar. We do this because it is convenient, it is packaged neatly, it is tasty, and we don’t think enough about the options we have for Healthy Meals and Snacks.
Breaking bad habits or thinking out of the box to make changes to your meals and snacks does not have to be hard.
The next time you go grocery shopping, look at the refrigerated dairy aisles of the grocery store. They are full of convenient, tasty, healthy foods-whether you’re looking for thirst-quenching drinks, terrific meals and accompaniments or nutritious snacks.
Here are some ideas for some easy nutritious anytime snacks that could easily replace unhealth snacks:
Here are some ideas for some easy nutritious anytime snacks that could easily replace unhealthy snacks:
Alternate slices of apples and cheddar cheese on skewers.
Just a few pieces of cheese along with apple give you serving of dairy and fruit. Apples are sweet, and have vitamin C, and plenty of fiber.
Blend orange juice, frozen strawberries and vanilla yogurt.
This combination of fruit and yogurt is a healthy treat that you can enjoy and not feel guilty about.
Mornings can be more enjoyable with a Wake-up-Mix cup of skim milk with teaspoon of instant coffee and sweetened cocoa.
Layer granola and fresh fruit with favorite yogurt flavor.
Ultimate Easy Snack
Keep the fridge full of individually packaged yogurts, jello, cheese sticks, vegetable dips and more for anytime, anywhere snacking.
Easy Healthy Meal Recipe
Here is a easy breakfast, lunch or dinner entrée that’s easy to make, with key ingredients from the dairy aisle:
Vegetable Cheddar Quiche
What You Will Need:
1 cup chopped red, green or yellow bell peppers
3/4 cup sliced mushrooms
1/4 cup chopped onion
1 cup refrigerated egg substitute
1 cup refrigerated non-dairy creamer
1/4 tsp salt
1/8 tsp pepper
1 oz shredded Cheddar Cheese
Preparing the Vegetable Cheddar Quiche
Heat 10″ skillet; spray generously with nonstick cooking spray; sauté peppers, mushrooms and onions until tender-crisp. Combine egg substitute, creamer, salt and pepper; pour into skillet, cover and cook over medium-low heat until set, approx. 8-10 minutes. Sprinkle quiche with cheese and replace cover until cheese is melted. Remove from heat and let set for two minutes. Serves 4.
For another healthy recipe, check out these Spicy Chicken Tacos
For additional information, click below:
3 thoughts on “Are You Looking for More Healthy Meals And Snacks?”
Comments are closed.