But I digress... So I am doing some nutrition seminars in the community for the America On the Move, and I feel like I am out of fresh, fun ideas to have as samples for the people to eat. Do any of you have any fun (somewhat healthy...), and relatively simple recipes that you like? The topics of the seminars are:
1. Hurry up and Healthify - this is how to make quick, easy changes that increase the health of the family. Any quick snack ideas or recipes that you have?
2. Basic Body Ingredients - talking about the 6 ingredients your body has to have each day - just a basic healthy eating guide. I am completely out of ideas for snacks for this one
3. Feeding your family, from tots to teens - how to help kids of all ages learn healthy eating habits. Any 'age-category' recipes that you can think of?
We have done a bunch of things in the past, including: pita pizzas, pumpkin muffins, fruit platters with fruit dip, bean bread (you can't taste the beans, I promise!! I usually don't give this recipe out until AFTER they have tried it!!), stromboli (a heidi special - thanks Heidi - I bet you didn't know your special 'meat and french bread roll' was getting passed around the midwest, did you??!), etc.
As I have been looking through all of the different recipes that I have on file for this next week, I am....mmm.... bored with all of the prospects. Any ideas out there??