Roasted Strawberry S’mores or Slow Cooker Butternut Squash Soup with Maple Roasted Chickpeas, anyone?
We’re rounding up some of our favorite links from recent weeks to share with you – from recipes to research to tips for healthy eating at restaurants. See a great article about healthy eating at restaurants, nutrition, fitness or a recipe that other healthy diner’s would like? We’d love to see it and just might share it in future Links We Love posts. Share it with us below or through Facebook and Twitter.
Restaurants coast to coast are serving all kinds of roasted dishes as the weather gets cooler. If you’d like to recreate such items, get the facts and some really tasty recipes for roasted fruits, vegetables and more from registered dietitian, media spokesperson, and blogger, Caroline Kaufmann.
Making the best choices at restaurants can be easy when you have dietitians at your side to help. Get to know these key words found on menus (and in recipes) to help you make the best choices.
Many restaurants are making efforts to do just this for the health of guests! If eating healthier is one of your goals, herbs and spices can go a long way to help. This recent research looked at the various roles that herbs and spices can play in our diets to make them not only more delicious but also help lower sodium, increase satiety and more.
So many experts, so many different breakfasts! Oatmeal, smoothies, yogurt, eggs and more are all sounding great in this post and for our next breakfast out…
Anyone can serve a bag of tortilla chips at a holiday party, but you’re sure to make a great impression when you serve these spicy sweet chips. Sweet potatoes are a good option for fiber and vitamin A and can be found prepared in a wide variety of ways at your favorite restaurants.&nbsb;