Do New Year's Resolutions Have You Eating Lots of Boring Chicken and Salads...A Grilled Chicken

A big thank you to the Pollan Family and Apatoff-Besen Family for supplying me with delicious recipes for foods that are typically thought of as bland and boring. In both cases I've seen people go back for seconds (and thirds). Even a picky eater like my 10 year old niece loved the chicken (such a compliment). My 3 year old ate a few pieces, which for a new recipe that doesn't contain cheese makes me think your child might try it too. First let's talk about how much time it takes to get this meal on the table. For most, it will require prepping a portion of it in advance if you want to make it on a weeknight. And here's why: The salad has pomegranate seeds and a homemade dressing. The

What?! A Reuben Recipe on a Nutrition Blog?!

Hope your New Year is off to a great start! It seems everyone likes a good slow cooker recipe, so given the frigid weather I thought you'd all like to satisfy your tastebuds with this savory slow cooker reuben recipe (scroll down for the slightly lighter version). But I know what you're thinking. Why would I put a reuben recipe on a blog focused on healthy eating? It's for a few reasons. The first is that I adapted the recipe with several lighter options, so if you're looking to reduce calories without sacrificing taste this is for you! The second reason is that most of us think healthy eating is bland and boring, but it doesn't have to be. There are ingredients in reuben's that provide m



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