Upgrade your classic tuna salad with crunchy apples and a touch of sweetness from dried cranberries for a high-protein, omega-3-rich lunch.
I have a really quick and easy recipe to share with you all today. Back in 2011 this Apple Cranberry Tuna Salad was included in my cookbook We Can Cook: Introduce Your Child to the Joy of Cooking with 75 Simple Recipes and Activities
and to this day it’s a recipe I make on a regular basis for lunch for the kids and myself and for weekend bagel brunche… read more »
Bring oats to the lunch or dinner table with this savory baked oatmeal frittata filled with sun-dried tomatoes, baby spinach, thyme, and creamy goat cheese.
I was compensated for writing the original article, “Oatmeal For Dinner,” and developing the recipe found in the February 2016 issue of Today’s Dietitian. I was not compensated for sharing the column or magazine with readers on my blog. All opinions are my own.
Oatmeal is one of my favorite breakfasts during winter months… read more »
Take the guesswork out of getting healthy meals on the table with Michelle Dudash’s Clean Eating Cooking School!
Getting healthy meals on the table takes work and planning. For me, meal planning is key to ensuring I feed my family nutritious, delicious, balanced meals that everyone will eat and enjoy. Along with making my weekly menu plan, I write up a weekly grocery list, keep a pantry stocked with the cooking essentials, have some quick and easy recipes in my arsenal (aka Pinterest… read more »
Get a nutrient-rich, flavor-packed dinner on the table in less than an hour with this Creamy Roasted Red Pepper and Tomato Pasta. Your family will thank you (and ask for more)!
One of my goals with my weekly menu plans is to inspire people to make home cooked meals on a regular basis, give them ideas of what to make, and empower them to actually do it by showing them it’s not so difficult.
It always helps when the meals I can put on the menus are quick (take less than an hour, preferably 30-45 mi… read more »
Get busy in the kitchen this spring with over 30 recipes featuring all your spring produce favorites including asparagus, fava beans, strawberries, apricots, and more!
Post by Nutritioulicious assistant and dietetic intern Kaleigh McMordie
There is nothing like the feeling of spring, when the weather warms up, flowers start to bloom, and the sun starts shining longer! And even better than all of that (at least for us foodies!) is the gorgeous array of greens seen everywhere, especially in t… read more »