It’s Friday, you’ve clocked out of work and you’re heading home with a pep in in your step when suddenly you realize, you’re having guests over and you forgot about the appetizers! What are you going to do? Well, you’re not going to panic because you’ve got your freezer stocked with Luvo frozen meals. And that means you’re just steps away from delicious, nourishing apps for your guests! Lucky you!
As a Registered Dietitian, I always try to promote packing homemade lunches to bring to work, but let’s be realistic that is not always feasible. We are all busy!
I challenged myself to spending <$6 on lunch a few times this week, to see how the price and the nutritional value matched up for healthy eating on the go. I was surprised by the outcome.… Read more »
This Luvo hack boosts the nutrition factor and color of the already fabulous Roasted Cauliflower Mac & Cheese. We’ve added sautéed kale, onions, garlic and tomatoes to create a hearty family-friendly meal. Try it when you’re craving a comfort food classic but could also use some more green goodness in your life. It’s super fresh and super easy!… Read more »
Pizza is one of the world’s most perfect foods. Since the Italians introduced it to our continent, it’s taken on many different forms (all of which are equally delicious). If you’re a pizza connoisseur, you likely prefer a specific type of pie. Perhaps you don’t discriminate and love pizza in all its iterations. Take this quiz and see which pizza best encapsulates your personality… … Read more »
It doesn’t get much better than watching your favorite baseball team, in a big stadium, on a cool summer night. But let’s face it, stadium food doesn’t typically hit a nutritional home run. While cracker-jacks, popcorn and beers are easy to find to enjoy the game – healthy
meal options that taste great are a lot harder to come by.… Read more »
So I’m chilling out with my favorite hipster the other day and I’m all “Let’s get some soup ‘cause it’s cold.”
He’s like, “Oh, there’s this new bone broth place down the street that all the cool kids are talking about.”
Literally meaning to break the fasting period that began the prior evening after dinner, breakfast is considered the most important meal of the day, giving us the energy we need to get up and get going. Foods we associate with breakfast here in the west include eggs, sausage, bacon, toast, hashbrowns, and pancakes, usually served up with a side of juice and coffee. I think we can all agree that these breakfast foods are delicious, so why does it feel like you’re… Read more »