Tag: Recipes

Spinach, Avocado and Summer Berry Salad

July 2019

Good-For-Us! Eating Well Here’s a super-food salad packed with antioxidants and bright, summery flavors from Karen Koeppe, Packard Health’s Nutritionist and Certified Diabetes Educator. Pair it with a grilled chicken dish or fish. “I really love it with white balsamic vinegar,” says Karen.  The recipe is from the American Diabetes Association “Food Hub” recipe collection, Karen’s go-to source for healthy

Crisp ‘n Crunchy Michigan Apple Salad

September 2018

    Karen Koeppe, Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator shares a fall favorite. Celebrate apple season with this recipe that's low in fat, high in "mmmmm!" Fall is the perfect time to make this salad. Apples are in top-of-the-season form!   Ingredients: 1 cup fat-free vanilla yogurt 1 Tbsp Michigan honey 1/4 teaspoon plus

Sweet potato chili for chilly nights

November 2017

    Packard Health’s Registered Dietician, Karen Koeppe shares a heart-warming chili made with a variety of beans and sweet potatoes before being simmered in spiced and diced tomatoes. It’s a crowd-pleaser, budget-friendly, readily whipped up on the stovetop in under 30 minutes!   Ingredients 2 cans (14.5 ounces) diced tomatoes with chilies 1 can

Pasta Primavera

March 2017

Nothing says "springtime" like this dish of colorful, lightly cooked veggies. "Primavera" means springtime in Italian. Thank you to Karen Koeppe, Packard Health Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator for this recipe.     Pasta Primavera    Italian (alla) primavera: In the style of springtime! Ingredients    6 ounces dried linguine (regular or whole wheat)  

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