Whether your household is small or large, celebrating Family Meals Month can be fun and simple when you focus on the season. SinceSeptember is fruit and veggie month, too, here are five ways to make your fall meals tastier, healthier, and more memorable. Best of all, these tips are easy enough that the kids can help!
Frozen foods can be just as nutritious as fresh! It’s absolutely fine to use frozen veggies or fruits as a time saver in the kitchen on busy days. The added bonus is that there is no waste on frozen produce and shortened prep time since all the chopping is done!
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Strawberries are a sweet treat that can be enjoyed deliciously on their own or as part of the main entrée breakfast, lunch, or dinner! As part of a balanced diet, these red berries are a tasty way to get necessary nutrients like vitamin C for a healthy immune system, fiber for help with weight management and reduced risk for many chronic diseases, and folate for heart health!
Fruits and vegetables are needed every day for good health because they provide so many good things for the body, like vitamins, minerals, fiber, water – the list goes on and on. Due to the different tastes the choices from both of these groups provide, it’s easy to enjoy fruits and/or vegetables at any time of day, even for dessert!
As the leaves start to turn and the seasons begin to change, one of my favorite ways to welcome the new weather is by changing up the menu. Seasonal produce is budget-friendly, tasty, and easily ensures menus don’t get boring or routine. When you start to pull out the sweaters and change the seasonal wardrobe, makeover your menus as well.