Stove Harvest – This hearty meal can be enjoyed at any time of the day. Combining fresh vegetables, eggs and sweet potatoes with crunchy quinoa veggie burgers, this pan gives a new twist to lunch for dinner.
Crunchy fish bites – For a child-friendly dish, adults can also enjoy it with these tilapia crispy fish bites with a savory mustard and yogurt sauce that can appeal to almost any crowd, including the toughest.
Cauliflower-Quinoa Pizza – With the right ingredients, even pizza can help you reach your health goals for the New Year. To create a healthier pizza option for the whole family, replace the standard crust with a cauliflower-based version to reduce carbohydrate without sacrificing flavor. The story continues
Fresh pasta with avocado – These pasta requires only four ingredients and a creamy sauce easy to prepare, ideal for the whole family. The avocado gives a colorful hue to this main course suitable for children.
Baked zucchini fries – Avoid fried snacks and opt for this version of breaded vegetables best for you. A simple breadcrumb and just 15 minutes in the oven puts a crispy, guilt-free and crispy side dish on the table.
Baked granola – Filled with a spoonful of strawberry yogurt and fresh berries, these granola cups are ideal for breakfast or as a snack after school. They are perfect to prepare in advance – simply store pre-assembled cups in an airtight container and add toppings before serving. Fun tip: Let your child decorate their own cups.
Mocha and Cocoa Oatmeal Cookies – A mocha fillet makes these oatmeal cookies stand out among the healthiest dessert choices. After 15 minutes in the oven, you end up with a delicious treat that does not send your diet by sewer.
Chocolate Cupcake – A better dessert for you, these miniature cakes made in cups can be on the table in just 3 1/2 minutes. Simply combine a short list of ingredients, mix in your microwave-safe cup and place in the microwave for a quick chocolate snack.Michael English
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