I have gotten some requests for a more “family-friendly” meal preps. This actually posed a bit of a challenge to me, as I don’t have kids myself. I also know the struggle from my clients of coming up with kid-friendly dinner ideas that are quick and easy and well-accepted by kids.
If you know someone with a number of food allergies, it can be challenging to create a nutritionally-sound meal plan! As we are all cooking more and spending more time at home these days, let me show you a few breakfast, lunch, dinner and snack recipes that are nutritionally balanced and free of the top 9 common food allergies! The top 9 allergens are wheat, soy, eggs, sulphites, seafood, milk, sesame, tree nuts and peanuts
One of the most frequently asked questions in my practice is about protein powders. Do I need one? Which one? etc.
Newly diagnosed with a food allergy? Label reading can feel tricky! In addition to always having your EpiPen auto-injector available at all times, reading food labels are a key component to managing food allergies!
Let me walk you through the steps of reading through a food label and help you identify and avoid your allergen.
The first reason I wanted to challenge myself to make soups 3 different ways was mainly because I wanted to be able to multi-task and make them at the same time! I’m often meal prepping on Saturdays and Sundays for a few hours so I try to be strategic with my recipes – ie having one more active one, one that requires baking/roasting etc.
Anyways, prepping all of these soups at once worked out so well! Let me know which one you’d like to try!
Do you ever look at a recipe, become intrigued by the photo…but then become totally intimidated by the number of ingredients listed in the recipe? I know I have.