Satisfy your kids’ cravings for chicken fingers in a healthier way with this crispy whole grain baked panko crusted chicken.
Can I let you in on a little secret? My five year old girls have never had chicken fingers or chicken nuggets. While you’re picking up your jaw from the ground, let me explain.
I was actually a very avid chicken nugget eater as a child, but not the kind from fast food places. Rather I’d eat the ones from a box you’d find in the freezer aisle. Defini… read more »
Roasted Chicken with Artichokes, Peppers, and Sun-Dried Tomatoes pairs classic Italian flavors in this one-pan meal the whole family will love!
One-pan meals are all the rage these days and for good reason – they’re easy to put together and require less cleanup. I’m a fan, especially for that second reason! (Who else is tired of doing dishes at the end of a long day?!)
This recipe for Roasted Chicken with Artichokes, Peppers, and Sun-Dried Tomatoes has been one of my go-to chicke… read more »
Miso-Glazed Chicken Breasts are the perfect weeknight dinner – quick and easy to make, kid-friendly, and full of flavor and nutrition!
If you follow my Menu Plan Monday series, you’ve probably noticed that weeknight dinners tend to be a lot of vegetarian meals like frittatas, all-in-one pasta dishes, and meals based around beans and lentils. We are by no means a vegetarian family – in fact my husband loves his meat – but meatless meals tend to cook up more quickly, which is… read more »
Have a safe and enjoyable outdoor picnic this spring and summer with these food safety tips, plus a healthy and delicious recipe for Apricot Pineapple Chicken Salad!
Post, recipe, and images by Nutritioulicious assistant and dietetic intern Kaleigh McMordie
With the weather warming up, it’s the perfect season for a picnic! Heading outdoors for a meal and quality time with family and friends can be a great way to enjoy the best that spring and summer have to offer. But there are a few rules to fo… read more »
A family favorite, traditional chicken soup is soothing and delicious. Perfect to start any Jewish holiday meal or to cure a cold.
With the start of fall comes the Jewish holidays Rosh Hashana (the Jewish New Year), Yom Kippur (the Day of Atonement), and Sukkot (one of the three pilgrimage festivals). In my family, as in many Jewish families I know, it is tradition to serve chicken soup at the start of all of these holiday meals.
Luckily, chicken soup is one of those recipes that keeps getting bet… read more »