Category Archives: Vegetarian
Please click on the above link to view this week’s Dinner Tonight Video demonstration of Cheese Broccoli Ranch Mashed Potatoes. This is a fun recipe that your kids will love! Pair this with your favorite lean protein and you have a great healthy meal dinner! ENJOY!!!
Please click on the above link to view this week’s Dinner Tonight video demonstration of Southwest Black Bean Soup. Are you looking for a warm and tasty soup? This black bean soup is full of flavor without being too spicy and it replaces meat for beans as your protein. What soups are you using for the cool Winter months?
Please click on the above link to view this week’s Dinner Tonight demonstration of Skillet Gnocchi. Gnocchi is a popular vegetarian Italian dish that is easy to make and tasty! Gnocchi is made with potatoes, water, and egg. This dish is packed with vitamins, minerals, and protein. Try this out and let me know what you think!
Please click on the above link to view this weeks Dinner Tonight video demonstration. Mushrooms are a great addition to any meal and can be used as a side dish or as an entree. In this recipe there was not any meat added but yet it is still filling and tasty! What creative ways have you used Portabella mushrooms? What would you do to help make this recipe a favorite in your family? Hope you enjoy this demonstration!
Please click on the above link to view this week’s Dinner Tonight video. Frittatas, omelets, and quiche are all tasty egg dishes that are easily confused. Here are some tips to help differentiate between the three. Frittatas usually include ingredients such as meats, cheeses, vegetables, or pasta and are made with fried beaten eggs and can resemble a Spanish omelet. Frittatas are generally thicker than omelets, the ingredients are mixed in instead of sprinkled on, and while started on the stove, frittatas get finished under the broiler in… Read More →
Please click on the above link to view a cooking demonstration of Vegetable Stir Fry. Cauliflower is a vegetable that adds color as well as nutritional value to your plate. Cauliflower is a low-calorie vegetable and it is packed with nutrients such as vitamins B6, C and K, as well as folate. The vitamin C helps boost the immune system, while vitamin K helps with blood clotting and supports strong bones. The fiber in cauliflower gives a feeling of fullness without many calories making it a great food… Read More →