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The cold of winter is here – we love to get our veggies for the day by making SOUP. Broth, diced tomatoes, and any other veggies in the fridge (peppers, onions, carrots, broc., …). Add herbs. Leftover rice or pasta optional. VOILA! Lots of veggies, filling broth. Just don’t lose yourself in sides of bread and boxes of crackers – set limits ahead of time.
Good Day #WalkOnWalkStrong Team! I thought I’d start this thread off by posting one of my favorite free online recipe resources and collections. I’m looking forward to adding some more recipes to my collection from your favorites too so please feel free to post and share as often as you like 🙂
400+ Healthy Recipes That Won’t Break The Bank – This massive collection is separated into meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner) even soup and salad and snack and dessert (yum!) ideas too. What I love about this resource is the variety of options and ingredients that are simple and affordable (and mostly family friendly!).
*Please note we’re not affiliated with this website and do not endorse or recommend their additional content.
Not a recipe, but a website I use very often for healthy recipes ~ http://www.skinnytaste.com/. She even posts weekly meal plans, if you are interested . . . takes away some of the planning task.
Hey everyone! For the past month I have been on a specific diet instructed by my medical doctor which requires that I eat foods low in a substance called FODMAPs. Not sure if any of you are in a similar situation, but I’ve started collecting healthy recipes on a Pinterest board that are also FODMAP friendly (or easily alterable to be so).
If you don’t have to worry about your FODMAPs, then just consider it a “board of healthy, yummy looking stuff!”