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cells healthy. Try parsnips roasted, pureed into soup or mashed with celery root as an alternative to mashed potatoes. Potatoes You’ll really dig potatoes for their vitamin C and potassium. Potassium helps maintain normal blood pressure. Mash with reduced-sodium chicken broth
for cream or regular half & half in a few cups of coffee each day, or use it in recipes. Try it in dishes such as quiche, mashed potatoes, creamy soups and pasta sauces, smoothies, and frostings. Look for fat-free half & half in the dairy case next to the regular half & half. Nutritionist
ham, red peppers, onions and potatoes blended with eggs, cream and milk. Maple Sausage, Potato and Cheddar 8-oz. Pork sausage with maple syrup, potatoes and carmalized red peppers blended with eggs, cream and milk. Roasted Vegetable and 5 Cheese 8-oz. Roma tomatoes, mozzarella,
Pick potatoes for pennies! Keep your eyes peeled for potatoes—you’ll like what you “C”. Potatoes are just pennies per pound and nutritiously appealing, too. A medium potato contains 160 calories, is packed with vitamin C and potassium, and is a good source of fiber. Bake spuds
your vision if you need glasses, but they are rich in beta carotene—an important nutrient for eye health. Beta carotene (which the body converts to vitamin A) promotes normal vision and helps you see in the dark. Other orange foods such as pumpkin, sweet potatoes and cantaloupe
before storing in the deep freeze). Skip takeout—freeze batches of soup and chili for cheap go-to meals. Looking to trim your grocery bill? It really pays to split and save. Bargains on big bags of potatoes or mega-packs of meat don’t save money if some goes to waste. Instead,
chicken sandwiches Bean burritos Salads made with a variety of colorful vegetables and lean toppings such as grilled chicken or turkey breast Low–fat or fat–free salad dressings Baked potatoes Vegetable soups "Parfaits" made with low–fat yogurt, fruit and granola Cups
Mixed Vegetables, Peas or Sweet Potato in 4 oz jars. Baby Food Stage 2 Meat Made in California and crafted just like you would - these delicious flavors are pureed from fresh ingredients and love. Available in Chicken with Gravy or Turkey with Gravy in 2.5 oz or Sweet Potato Chicken
Serve with carrot salad (toss a bag of shredded carrots with chopped dates, chopped mint, cumin, lime juice and minced jalapeño), baked potato chips and grapes. Chicken Pinwheels: Spread jarred pesto on whole-grain burrito-size tortillas. Layer with grilled chicken, baby spinach
trail mix. Pretzels A low-fat alternative to regular chips. Look for whole-wheat or whole-grain types that provide fiber. Consider unsalted varieties to help reduce sodium. Watch portion size to keep calories in check. Snack Chips Baked and reduced-fat potato, tortilla and
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