Our dietitians and functional medicine physicians recommend their favorite recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks.
For a healthy fall snack, satisfy your sweet tooth with crispy spiced apple chips. This simple recipe provides a nutritious alternative to processed, sugary treats while satisfying your craving for the classic autumn flavors of nutmeg and cinnamon.
It's the last official day of summer! In celebration and farewell, Dr. Varsha Rathod gives us a simple recipe for a summer salad highlighting the color red.
Spice up your oatmeal with this healthy fall recipe from dietitian Victoria Nieveen. The complex carbs in sweet potatoes and oatmeal break down slowly to give you sustained energy throughout the day — a better alternative to simple carbs, which give you a quick burst of energy but can leave you feeling hungry later. Not to mention, it's also t-oat-ally delicious!
They may be small, but they're mighty! Chia seeds are a nutrient powerhouse packed with dietary fiber, protein, and healthy omega-3 fatty acids. Just a one-ounce serving of this superfood comes chock full of minerals such as calcium, iron, and magnesium. Dietitian Katheryn Scauzzo shares her personal Chia Seed Pudding recipe to prepare as a healthy breakfast or snack.
Skip the bread! Put sliced sweet potatoes in your toaster instead in this recipe from dietitian Victoria Nieveen. Sweet potato toast is a great way to get healthy complex carbs in your diet, which help you feel full for longer and give you energy that lasts throughout the day.
Dr. Varsha Rathod shares her "no excuse" recipe for Frozen Veggie Crock-Pot Soup that she mentions in the live webinar, Eating Well During COVID-19. Prepare this simple recipe when you have minimal time to shop and cook.