We know your new year is full of goals, resolutions, and plans for a great 2019, ours is too. You’re at a spin class this week, trying yoga the next. Having green juice for breakfast, quinoa bowls for dinner, and totally not drinking (okay… maybe a glass or two – I mean, it’s got antioxidants, right?). On top of that you’ve still got a full workload, social obligations, and family life…
You’ve also committed to eating more veggies. So how do you fit them in? We’ve got some great ideas for delicious & healthy recipes you can make in 20 minutes and under.
Winter in the South is the best time for Braised Mustard Greens, and this delicious recipe will be the perfect end-of-day treat, only requiring one pan of clean up!
Just finished your morning work out, and want a healthy way to start the rest of your day? Add a few eggs to this Garden Bok Choy Stir Fry, and you’ll have plenty of veggie-centered energy to get you to lunch or later.
Even when you’re eating clean, you still want to snack. Instead of grabbing the chips and dip, try carrot sticks and hummus. Chickpeas are a great source of protein, and will keep you feeling satisfied until your main meal.
Though we’re used to seeing coleslaw as a side, this delicious Mexican Coleslaw can make a great lunch. Mix this with a protein and some avocado – so good!
For something you can prep at home on Sunday and take to the office for the perfect light lunch, try Vietnamese Spring Rolls. They’re easy to assemble, and you can create any combination of delicious veggies to suit the contents of your fridge.
Just in case you missed our segment on cw39’s Morning Dose last week! We were thrilled to have Maggie Flecknoe at Recipe House, where she tried some amazing veggies prepared by Chef Greg Martin of Bistro Menil. She’s taking the VegOut! Challenge this January, and invited the whole Morning Dose team!
Houston City Council Member David W. Robinson helped us launch the VegOut! 2016 Challenge as city council members joined in the fun with their first veggie- carrots
At City Hall on Tuesday, March 1st, Mayor Sylvester Turner and Council Member Robinson presented Recipe for Success Foundation with a proclamation declaring the month of March as VegOut! with Recipe for Success Month. Council Member Robinson commended the foundation’s work inspiring Houstonians to eat healthy every day. “Recipe for Success is dedicated to improving the health of Houstonians by changing the way we understand, appreciate, and eat our food,” he noted before inviting his colleagues around the horseshoe to take the VegOut! Challenge.
Gracie Cavnar, CEO of Recipe for Success, thanked the City for its support and announced that this year’s VegOut! participants can use the new smartphone app to track their consumption of vegetables.
Join Council Member Robinson and his staff by taking the VegOut! Challenge this year. To participate, download the VegOut app on your smartphone, or visit www.vegoutwithrfs.org.
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