The number-one secret to saving time in the kitchen? Batch cooking. With our dietitian-designed, make-ahead meal plan, you can make most of the recipe components on Sunday so all you have to do is heat, assemble and eat all week long.
As the holiday season ramps up, even the most dedicated meal planners find it hard to cook every day. So here’s our gift to you: 4 freezer recipes to make in advance, giving you a stash of nutritious food (and peace of mind) for those busy nights ahead.
Meet the next big health-food craze that's garnering loads of attention. Frosty, layered and overflowing with nutrients, these impossibly delicious smoothie bowls let you get creative with a plethora of vibrant and textured toppings for the most stunning breakfast you’ve ever woken up to.
Souping is the new juicing. Soups have less sugar than juices, are warming and comforting at this time of year, plus they can be packed with veggies, protein and whole grains for added nutrient value and blood sugar management. While juice cleanses may be a thing of the past, souping is the cleanse du jour!
Planning for each and every meal and snack for the workweek ahead can seem daunting and time consuming, but introducing even a few small and simple food-prepping habits into your weekly schedule will add up big time, nutritionally speaking. Here are several quick, tasty and nutrient-dense ideas for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks for your hectic but healthy lifestyle.