Released today and filled with 4 weeks of shopping lists, recipes and meal plans!
The February recipes are absolutely delicious. This month we are focusing on lower carbs and higher protein with dishes like:
Ground Turkey Skillet
Steak Stir Fry
and so many more!
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Do you enjoy a cup of coffee first thing in the morning like I do?
While coffee can have some health benefits, the milk, sugar, creamers filled with chemicals and flavorings often added can negate these positive effects.
For those looking to make their morning cup of joe a little healthier, a few simple additions can make all the difference.
-Adding a dash of cinnamon to your coffee can help to regulate blood sugar levels and fight inflammation. Cinnamon is also rich in antioxidants, which can help to protect cells from damage and reduce the risk of illness.
-Another healthy addition to coffee is turmeric, known for its powerful anti-inflammatory properties. Including turmeric in your diet can help to reduce joint pain, improve brain function, and even boost your immune system.
-Try adding a teaspoon of local raw honey to your coffee for an extra energy boost. Honey is a natural energy source that can help increase alertness and stamina. It is also rich in vitamins and minerals, making it a great way to start your day.
-Swap out your store bought creamer for some raw milk, oat milk, coconut milk, almond milk or cashew milk. Make your own in a @miomat_official with dates to sweeten it. Keep it refrigerated and then add to your frother each morning. Use my code MELLORDRN
Making a few simple changes to your morning routine can turn your cup of coffee into a healthy start to the day
Coming up with ideas for what to cook for dinner each night can be daunting. However, one simple strategy that can help is to create a weekly dinner theme plan. This will give you a general framework for brainstorming ideas and finding recipes, making the decision-making process much more manageable.
There are many different ways that you can go about creating a dinner theme night plan. One option is to choose a different cuisine for each night of the week. For example, Monday could be Italian night, Tuesday could be Mexican night, Wednesday could be Asian night, and so on. Another option is to choose a different type of dish for each night of the week. For example, Monday could be pasta night, Tuesday could be soup night, Wednesday could be sandwich night, and so on. Once you have decided on the framework for your dinner theme nights, you can begin planning your meals.
Sheet Pan Dinner Night
Toss the ingredients on a sheet pan and pop it in the oven. This not only saves time and effort but also turns out meals that are packed with flavor and nutrients. From chicken and potatoes to shrimp and veggies, the possibilities for creating delicious sheet pan dinners are endless, making the concept an ideal way for busy families to enjoy quick, easy, and healthy meals together.
Stir-fry is a versatile cooking method that can be used to create a wide range of different dishes. Whether you prefer meat, seafood, or vegetables, there is sure to be a stir-fry option that will suit your tastes. This quick-cooking method allows you to get a delicious and nutritious meal on the table in minutes, and it also allows for plenty of creativity when it comes to choosing ingredients.
Soup + Salad Night
Soups and salads typically include vegetables, which are packed with vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that help promote health and well-being. Cooking up big batches of soup or salad can be done in advance, so you don’t have to spend hours over the stove.
Build a Bowl Night
Build your own bowl from wholesome ingredients like lean proteins, fresh veggies, and filling whole grains. With this simple yet delicious meal-planning approach, you can enjoy a healthy and satisfying dinner each week without fuss or hassle.
Slow Cooker Night
Toss the ingredients in the slow cooker in the morning, and you have a warm, healthy, delicious dinner ready for you when you get home. This is another excellent way to get your veggie intake in for the day while not spending a lot of time in the kitchen preparing.
Breakfast for Dinner Night
Who doesn’t love breakfast? It’s a versatile, simple, healthy meal you can bring together in minutes. Try breakfast for dinner once a week, and get creative with your breakfast recipes.
Wild Card Night
Having one “wild card” night will leave room for flexibility. Use your wild card night for leftovers, takeout, or something you’re craving that day.
Dinner doesn’t have to be complicated or time-consuming to be delicious. By having themed nights, you can make dinner easy and fun. So next time you’re stuck on what to make for dinner, try one of these themes and see how much fun themed dinners can be.