Healthful Hints: Transitioning to a Winter Diet
January 25, 2012 by
March 1, 2018
My recording software is working again which means I’m finally able to post another episode of Healthful Hints
In this episode we’re chatting about:
- The changes we can expect when winter is upon us
- What foods we should be consuming during this season
- My favorite winter meals and desserts
Each of the four seasons offer specific practices and wisdom that can translate into positive changes to our diet
. Staying attuned to the current season benefits our health
, overall well-being
, and gives us an excuse to eat more… fat
Come to me, my dear coconut oil. I’ll keep you safe and warm during the blustery days ahead ;)
5 of our favorite winter casserole recipes that I mentioned in the video:
Kick the rice cooking, cabbage blanching, sauce making, and meat cooking to the curb with these extremely quick and easy way to prepare cabbage “rolls”. Throw it in the oven and forget about it!
This dairy free mac n’ cheese is a real crowd pleaser. Keep the kids happy with the deep orange color of the “cheese” sauce and surprise the adults of the group with the smoky, crunchy topping. Or, prepare on the weekend and pop in the freezer for a weeks’ worth of healthy frozen lunches!
The herb gravy gives this casserole a lighter, undeniably unique and delicious flavor (and makes loads of leftovers for freezable lunches!)
A dairy and gluten-free healthy chicken pot pie made with homemade vegan mushroom soup.
The most popular casserole on the blog, this 4 step casserole will be the healthful answer to your busy weeknights!
For more information about the importance of seasonal eating, be sure to check out this video
What foods do you gravitate toward in the winter?
This entry was tagged: Casseroles