Black Bean and Pepper Jack Burgers with Sliced Avocado (PDF)

Sauteed Chicken with Orzo and Caramelized Fennel (PDF)

Sugar Plum Pears (PDF)

Orange and Beet Salad (PDF)

Chopped Salad with Apple Vinaigrette (PDF)

Roasted-Toasted Asparagus (PDF)

Cuban Pork Asado with Corn Salsa (PDF)

Mixed Salad Greens and Fruit with Fresh Strawberry Vinaigrette (PDF)

Vanilla Yogurt with Homemade Granola (PDF)

Pomegranate Glazed Salmon with Sautéed Spinach (PDF)
Two-Way Mixed Fruit Freeze (PDF)

Two-Way Strawberry Freeze (PDF)

Grilled Honey Mustard Chicken with Pineapple Salsa (PDF)

Savory Corn Pudding (PDF)

Grilled Halibut with Chimichurri Seasoning (PDF)

Raspberry Chocolate Scones (PDF)

Barbecued Salmon (PDF)
Potato Hash (PDF)

Mixed Greens (PDF)

Cocoa Nib Mousse (PDF)


What’s this all about?

The food we eat really does have an effect on our heart. Planning good meals and actually cooking it ourselves sometimes seems overwhelming. But it is possible to eat healthy foods that taste good and not have to spend all night cooking! 


These recipes are courtesy of Carlow Cookery and Nutrition In Motion and are a delicious way to eat well!   
Try a new recipe each month, see how easy it is to cook good meals that are good for you!


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