Snacks & Stuff
Snacks & Stuff
Having the right kind of snacks on hand can help keep you satisfied in-between meals, get the bone-building nutrients like calcium and protein needed and can provide you with a quick meal at home or on the go!
Emily Richards, PHEc prepares three easy-to-make recipes that are perfect to have on hand when you need a snack or light meal.
– Roasted Red Pepper Hummus with 50g calcium and 6g protein per ¼ cup
– Roasted Chickpeas with 30g calcium and 5g protein per ¼ cup
– Ricotta and Yogurt Labneh with 150 mg calcium and 9g protein per ¼ cup
Emily Richards is a professional home economist, freelance food writer, chef and cookbook author who also enjoys culinary instruction for home cooks who want to learn more and have fun in the kitchen. She is the author and co-author of 9 cookbooks which include topics from Italian cuisine, weeknight dinners, glycemic index diets and comfort foods. Emily writes and develops recipes for cookbooks, print and online publications and websites that include everyday cooking and healthy eating.
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