This recipe is crowd favorite! For your whole grain crust you can choose from variety of options which are often found in the deli/bakery section of most stores! Favorite cheese and toppings and in 10 minutes (faster than if you ordered delivery), you have a nutritious and satisfying pizza ready to eat!
Mason jars are a great way to take your food to-go especially if you are running low on tupperware or can't find a lid to your last container. They are microwave friendly and the perfect size to just toss in your bag. Today we add in all our favorite burrito ingredients but they are also great containers for salads, fruits, and veggies.
Wraps are great way to enjoy a variety of balanced meals. Choose a whole grain tortilla and then mix and match your proteins, veggies, fruits, and cheese to get a flavor that you want!
If you have leftovers from your other meals like rice and veggies, this is a great way to use that food without letting anything go to waste.
1 whole grain tortilla
PRO TIP: Buy frozen veggies, meats, and instant rice and all you have to do is pop it in the microwave and heat them up! No standing over a stove and stirring and flipping!
This easy and delicious recipe has all your main ingredients to build a balanced and nutritious meal. Heat up your favorite veggie and season your salmon with whatever you're in the mood for; BBQ rub, lemon, garlic, etc. Choose a microwaveable rice to save you on time and prep!
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This is a go to breakfast for us, because we can always mix it up with the ingredients, it is super easy to throw together, and it is a nice balanced meal to start our day! All you need is a microwavable mug or cup, a fork, and a microwave.
PB&J Waffle sandwiches may be our favorite breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack, everything meal. It is super simple and super yummy. And just like any of our recipes, so easy to put your own spin on.
Whole grain waffles
Peanut butter or your favorite nut butter
Whatever goes with jelly and PB
1.Cook waffles in a toaster or toaster-oven until they reach your desired crispiness. In a toast, we aim for 3 to 4 degrees of toasty-ness.
2. Apply peanut butter on both waffles and then layer on jelly.
3. If you have add-ons, put them in the middle or toss them on top.
TIP: If you are on the go, cut your waffles in half and wrap them in wax paper; prevents making a mess. Or save them for later in our Owls Care tupperware!
Smoothie bowls are currently trending and just about every where you look. While we aren't sure just why they are so popular, it just the same ole smoothie, in. a. bowl., there are definitely a few reasons to love them.
1. You can pack a lot of nutrients into one bowl.
2. It is a great way to build a balanced meal or snack
3. There are a million and one ways to make them.
4. It is one of our favorite ways to sneak in veggies.
5. Most importantly, they are delicious!
Check out this super simple guide below. Pick your favorites and toss them in. Don't be afraid of the veggies! We promise you won't taste them :) Warning: The spinach and kale MAY turn your smoothie a weird color.
All you need for this recipe is a stove, a pan, and a can opener (and of course, Tupperware to store leftovers). This recipe made me 12 tacos (using the small tortillas). So at 3-4 tacos per meal, it could last you around 3-4 meals. Double the recipe or add any of the below-listed optional items to make it last for more meals. Making one round of the recipe should take around 15 minutes.
Price for all ingredients from Publix (not including oil and spices, because those last a long time): $14.86 (including cheese and spinach, which you will have leftovers of). Considering this could get you 3-4 meals, each meal is $3.72-4.95.
1 Tbsp Onion powder