Fun segment today, thank you for tuning into the Fox9 morning show.Here's the recipes below, enjoy! KMSP-TV Bionic Pita Power Serves 4 Preparation Time: 15 minutes Ingredients: 1 cup black beans, rinsed, drained ½ cup cherry tomatoes, chopped ¼ cup salsa ¼ cup guacamole 2 whole wheat pitas 4 Romaine lettuce leaves ¼ cup shredded […]
Beautiful contrasting colors with the edamame, cauliflower and a dash of turmeric. Wonderful roasted as instructed, or as a hot stir-fry would be delicious as well. Serves 6 Ingredients 2 2/3 cups Cauliflower, flourets 1 1/3 cups Edamame 3/4 cups Onions, diced 2 Tbsp Garlic, minced 1/2 Tbsp Italian herb blend (basil, thyme, oregano, etc) 2 […]
With fresh or frozen fruit, this sauce is a delicious alternative to syrup on pancakes or waffles. And it's easy make, bonus! serves 2 – 4 2 cups blueberries, frozen 1 T agave or honey 1/8 tsp lemon zest 1/2 cup water 1 tsp corn starch 2 tsp water Directions: In a small […]
Goat cheese, brie cheese, any kind of cheese will be wonderful with this savory egg dish. Given how I made it, it's not technically a frittata, but sure looks like one, so we'll go with it. Serves 3 -4 Ingredients: 1/2 cup onions, small dice 1 T garlic, minced 1 T fresh parsley, small chop […]
"Minnetonka students taking healthy eating and running with it," Chef Marshall O'Brien joins the running club at Scenic Heights Elementary School and talks about healthy eating and active lifestyle.
Craving a sweet snack? Consider the natural sweetness of fruit. In addition to natural sweetness, fruit provides a great source of nutrients. Fresh strawberries over vanilla yogurt, for example, can satisfy the sweet tooth as much as ice cream!
Enjoy vegetables with texture, flavor and color. When cooking vegetables, add the hardest vegetables first — the ones that will take the longest to cook (Onions, broccoli, carrots, etc.). Then, when those vegetables are ¾ finished cooking, add the softer vegetables, (peppers, tomatoes, spinach etc.). This will give you a variety of color, flavor, […]
Pancakes don't always have to be covered in syrup to taste good. As an alternative, spread pancake with your kid's favorite flavor of yogurt. Then (because cutting can be tricky for little ones) roll that pancake up for a hand-held breakfast treat with a kick of sweet protein.