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I went to Plan B which was to completely switch out my lunch for a premade light entrée and introduce some healthier foods into my kitchen. Here are some of the ways I’m trying to eat healthier all of which I’ve posted about here on homework.
Apples and fresh home grown vegetables used to create new and interesting dishes help me feel more energized.
Homemade granola is tastier and healthier than the prepackaged bars and wild rice and quinoa bring new flavors and texture to the table.
Pomegranates and blueberries are full of antioxidants and nothing beats fresh vegetables from the garden.
The Lean Cuisine Honestly Good meals are 100% all natural with wholesome ingredients and Lean Cuisine and their farmers are donating a portion of the vegetables grown for Lean Cuisine Honestly Good meals to local communities. I like that!
The meal comes with a separate sauce packet that you add while cooking the meal. I love this feature because it keeps the sauce where you want it instead of lost under the veggies and pasta.
I tried the Honey Citrus Chicken and it was yummy! A chicken breast with honey citrus glaze, broccoli florets, yellow squash and whole grain pasta with spinach, slivered almonds and sun dried tomatoes. The other meals in the new collection are Lemongrass Salmon, Pineapple Black Pepper Beef, Plum Ginger Grain-Crusted Fish, Pomegranate Chicken and Roasted Red Pepper Chicken. I can’t wait to try them all. What a treat.
There was a day when I could eat whatever I wanted and just burn it off. But those days are long gone and that’s okay. Eating healthier doesn’t mean you have to give up tasty food.
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