It’s time to experiment for St. Patrick’s Day! Why not go green for breakfast? Earlier this month, we celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday by creating a fun Green Eggs & Ham recipe. These green eggs are also perfect for your St. Patrick’s Day celebration! The best part? You can sneak in some extra veggies because these eggs get their green color from spinach, not food coloring!
Today’s guest blog post comes from Deb Glasser, MS, RD, Nutrition Coordinator, School Nutrition Plus.
As one of California’s premiere school food caterers, we work hard to promote “Eat More Greens.” We wear it on our T-shirts, we incorporate greens into our menus, and we bring several nutrition events to our students built around this mission, including our Epic Green Smoothie and Epic Green Hummus tastings.
Every year, our team attends the Southeast Produce Council’s Southern Exposure show, where we get the opportunity to host a reception for all the produce and grocery store partners we work with. This year, our theme of “Lettuce Squash Hunger” was everywhere. We were celebrating raising $6.4 million for charities that benefit children and families, including over 8 million meals donated through Feeding America.
For the longest time I would go to the grocery store and grab a bag of all-purpose flour for all my baking and cooking needs. Then came my passion for studying food and nutrition, and I became more aware of the variety of flours available at the grocery store. Now that we know there is more than all-purpose flour at the grocery store, it can be overwhelming when trying to decide what flour would be best to use for a recipe and your health. Here’s a breakdown on the latest and greatest flours you’ll find at the store, plus some nutritional differences between them all.
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While the Instant Pot seems to have taken over, I have been enchanted with my new kitchen gadget – The Air Fryer. I received the NuWave 6 qt. Air Fryer from my mom as a holiday gift and have been experimenting like a champ. I think many people are under the impression that it’s only fried foods that can be remade healthier in the Air Fryer. This is definitely not true.