Tag: Recipes

Macaroni-rainbow veggie salad

June 2015

Summertime, the livin' is easy ... and the veggies are tasty! Here's a recipe that's all about summer. Nutritious, cook-ahead, and picnic-perfect, this salad deserves to be a summer favorite. Heaps of thanks to Karen Koeppe, Packard Health's Nutritionist and Certified Diabetes Educator.       Summer Macaroni-Rainbow Veggie Salad  Ingredients: 1 cup uncooked whole-wheat

Spinach, ham & gruyere frittata - Eggs are making a comeback !

March 2015

New government dietary recommendations (2/20/2015) state that dietary cholesterol now is "not considered a nutrient of concern for over-consumption." So, consider the egg - and this light & yummy recipe. Thanks, Karen Koeppe, Packard Health's Registered Dietitian, for serving it up. Spinach, Ham, and Gruyere Frittata (Adapted from Cooking Light) 6 large eggs + 2 large

Berry-banana blast-off

January 2015

Good for us - eating well. Here’s a smoothie packed with fruits and vegetables, from Karen Koeppe, Packard Health’s Nutritionist and Certified Diabetes Educator Whip it up for breakfast and prepare to start your engines! It’s also a great post-exercise snack. Berry-Banana Blast-Off Ingredients: 1/2 cup 1% milk 1 cup plain Greek yogurt (e.g. Dannon

8 Tips - Eat your fruits & veggies

January 2015

Add More Fruits and Veggies to Your Life   Karen Koeppe, Packard Health Nutritionist and Certified Diabetes Educator has some practical tips for eating healthy. There's always room for more veggies! When preparing a casserole, soup or chili, throw in a few extra frozen vegetables.  Add sauteed sliced portabella mushrooms, zucchini or green peppers to

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