Bite of the Week: 3 Great Recipes for Heart Month!

 

February is Heart Month, and a big part of taking care of your heart is what you eat. That's why I've put together three of my very favorite heart-healthy recipes for you to share with your clients. These are all perfect for email blasts, newsletters, or socially-distanced cooking demonstrations...

Banana Nut Oatmeal

This recipe dials in the flavor without losing sight of the link between food and health. By adding a banana to breakfast, your clients will get extra fiber and loads of important nutrients, while the extra nuts are full of heart-healthy fats that also make this meal more filling. Plus it all just tastes better this way.

Roasted Chicken Stew

This cozy recipe features vegetables and chicken that are roasted to golden perfection and then simmered into stew on the stove. The end result is a nutrient-dense, delicious stew that is full of flavor yet somehow very light in empty calories.

Crunchy Cruciferous Slaw

Want a tasty side dish for that stew? Or a wholesome lunch that you can prepare ahead of time and then eat throughout the week? This recipe has got you covered! With a wide variety of bright, fresh vegetables and a dressing that can't be beat, this slaw has been a serious health-boosting mainstay in my kitchen.

And there you have it! Three great new recipes to try! If you or your clients make them, let me know how it went.

I hope you liked this Bite of the Week!

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