In addition to my practice, I also occassionally post recipes that are realistic for at-home cooks, inventive, and helpful for clients working with me on nutrition goals in our sessions at my (food & book) blog mostlybalanced.com. A few of those recipes have been featured in some round-up posts by fellow dietitians over the past few weeks. Not all of the posts are focused on eating disorder recovery or diabetes management (and I'm not on board with all the language used around "healthy" or assuming nutrition goals for a general audience), but it's still fun to see the collective creativity of dietitians.
A few of the recipes include:
- Strawberry-rhubarb breakfast loaves
- Chicken and broccoli ramen
- Pasta with creamy roasted red pepper and goat cheese sauce
- Kale salad with cherries and pistachio dressing
- Strawberry oatmeal bars
- Stir-fried rice with peanut and mango sauce
- Cheesy chicken casserole
- Wild rice and cauliflower casserole
Here are the links to the full posts:
- The strawberry-rhubarb loaves were included in Jill Castle's kid-friendly muffin recipes.
- Creamy roasted-red-pepper pasta and chicken-broccoli ramen were both included in Sarah's pasta round-up
- Sara Haas included my kale salad with cherries and pistachio dressing (inspired by Alden & Harlow's "Ubiquitous Kale Salad")
- Strawberry oatmeal bars were in Chelsey's easy Valentine's Day round-up
- Jodi's "All Things Peanut Butter" postmentioned my stir-fried rice with peanut and mango sauce
- Emily Kyle's seasonal winter ingredients round-up listed both my cheesy chicken casserole (with kale) and wile rice & cauliflower casserole
Enjoy, and happy cooking!