2.Place all ingredients in a large bowl and mix well. 3.Pour the mixture in greased casserole dish. 4.Bake for 25 minutes. Serves: 3 Serving size: 2 cups Nutritional analysis (per serving): 790 calories 67 g protein 38 g fat 3440 mg sodium 457 mg calcium Note: Nutritional analysis may vary depending on ingredient brands used. Dirt Pudding he!he!
I suggest the family eat the Cream of Wheat with some toast and coffee or water. Another health choice I saw and put on my menu was Mandarin Orange cups. They have 0 gram of fat, 0 gram of protein, 18 grams of carbohydrate, and 70 calories. The serving size is one can. I believe these will make a good snack for four people.
I had vaguely heard of kefir through a magazine advertisement, but I never took the time to look for this product at the grocery store. The packaging stated that kefir contains more live active cultures than yogurt and this was appealing to me. I did want to give the product a try and before leaving the store, I picked up a bottle for me. What appealed to me the most was that kefir had more calories per serving than the yogurt I usually purchase and when comparing nutrient, it was still a rich source of calcium and probiotics. I like the taste of kefir, it was a little more bitter than what I was accustomed to, but I enjoyed it.
Key Lime Fudge Ingredients - 1 2/3 cups sugar - 5-ounces 2% or whole evaporated milk - 1/2 teaspoon salt - 12 large marshmallows - 2 cups white chocolate chips - 1/4 cup grated lime zest - 2 tablespoons key lime juice Instructions 1. Line an 8" x 8" pan with lightly greased foil. Set aside. 2. In a large sauce pan, combine milk, sugar and salt and bring to a boil over medium heat.
1. How well did you meet the goal you set last week? What were your MEASURABLE results (be specific) The goal that I set myself two weeks ago was measured by using a weighting scale. I was able to lose one pound like I said I would, but over the spring break that we had, I was not able to lose another pound. So I can say that I did meet my class goal, but I not meet the extra goal that I wanted to which was to lose an extra pound over the spring break.
Whole grains Four daily servings. Can include buckwheat pancakes or multigrain toast for breakfast, a sandwich on wheat bread for lunch and brown rice or another whole grain as part of the evening meal. Milk and dairy Three servings or one pint of whole milk per day. Cheeses, yogurt, and milk puddings are useful alternatives. Protein Two servings a day such as, turkey, eggs, fish, chicken, lamb, baked beans, and lentils, as well as red meat.
(There are also fast cooking and pre-cooked varieties available). Although the list of ingredients stretches nearly off the page, setting them in place simplifies three easy steps of soup construction. Cook the aromatics in olive oil; then season to taste with salt and pepper and sweat for a few minutes. Contrary to the instructions, I added only one teaspoon smoked paprika combined with one teaspoon of cumin; and cooked them for half a minute before stirring in the chickpeas (garbanzo beans), tomatoes and broth. By the way it seemed silly to use three-quarters of a quart vegetable broth leaving 1 cup for what?
At his campus, the basic campus meal plan costs $1575 and provides 10 meals a week for a semester. He decided that he is going to skip the meal plan and buy his own food. However, he had difficulty buying food with $50 a week. He had to work two jobs in order to pay for his food. He states that he spends more time thinking about how he is going to make some money so he can eat.
Jams: apricot jam, quince jam and fig jam b. Sweets: filo dough, kataifi and dates c. Spices: all spices, cinnamon sticks and turmeric d. Drinks: grape, orange and apple juice 4. Following are suggestions for foods that can be used for meals Breakfast: Labneh (cream of yogurt), eggs, zatar, feta cheese with Arabic Pita bread, orange and apple juice or Arabic coffee with cardamom added. Lunch: chick peas (cooked), stuffed grape leaves with wonder rice, Arabic Pita bread, pineapple juice. Dates Dinner: Arabic thin bread, Labneh, Feta cheese, Celyon tea and dried apricot
In all the three methods of dietary assessment; information and complete description of the preparation methods, ingredients used, cooking and recipes of mixed dishes, and the brand name of commercial products were recorded. Data were then entered into Net-WISP (version 4.0) programme taking into consideration the meal and snack basis for each single day. Analysis was performed in compared with DVRs (Dietary Reference Values) for: one day in 24 hour diet recall, mean daily intake in 4 day estimated food records and 7 day weighed food records. Energy, macro and micronutrients were compared and Table1 were generated for all the