Here I want to share some real good healthy recipes for everyone to enjoy!
Apples are my favorite fruit & I will give you ideas on how to incorporate them into your everyday eating!
Stir Frys are so easy and nutritional all in one meal.
Add fruit, vegetables and your meat!
Apple juice and apple jelly add a fruity-sweet counterpoint to the spicy flavors of ginger, garlic and red pepper in this tasty stir-fry pork recipe.
Apple slices and nut butter are a favorite after-school snack, and they taste just as satisfying in this smoothie. Pick your favorite nut butter: cashew for a less-prominent nutty flavor, or almond or peanut butter for a stronger taste.
Curry complements seared scallops,
tart apples and sweet dried cranberries while toasted almonds add crunch
in this quick fall dinner salad. Serve with toasted whole-wheat baguette and a glass of sauvignon blanc.
This creamy apple salad is crunchy, sweet and just a tad bit tart thanks to dried cranberries. Make this easy salad ahead for your next lunch, brunch or picnic.
This casserole featuring
eggs, cheese, ham, and fennel
would also make a perfect breakfast
for a special day.
The aroma of baked apples
filled with dried fruit
and toasted nuts
will brighten up any cold winter's day.
Spiked with lots of zesty lemon, this delectable chicken stir-fry has a colorful mix of snow peas, carrots and scallions. But feel free to substitute other thinly sliced vegetables, such as bell peppers or zucchini.
Reduced-sodium soy sauce
and beef broth
limit the sodium in this stir-fry,
keeping it healthy and fresh-tasting.
Save prep time on this stir-fry recipe
by using a ready-made
Served over tofu noodles with shrimp, this meal is loaded with
Asian flavor and spice.
This is easy cauliflower stir fry has a great balance of textures and flavors with bright and colorful tender-crisp veggies. Try substituting broccoli for the cauliflower or snap peas for the snow peas for another variation on this quick dinner.
Apricot jam adds just the right amount of sweetness to balance the spicy, salty and umami flavors without turning the sauce into a sugar bomb. Serve with cooked rice to round out the meal.
This eggplant stir-fry is easy to make. We call for long and tender
but regular eggplant will work well too, cut into 1-inch pieces. Jalapeño peppers can vary from mild to very spicy.