Healthy Eating Doesn’t Have to Be Difficult | Executive Care of Somerville

Healthy Eating Doesn’t Have to Be Difficult

Not all seniors have the time, energy or desire to spend a lot of time cooking. These delicious recipes provide all the needed nutrients without requiring a ton of time.

Balanced Breakfasts

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Don’t skip it when you can put it together in minutes.

Get the day started right and quickly with some microwave-friendly banana split oatmeal. This versatile recipe can be made your own for a sweet breakfast or healthy dessert.

Want a savory dish? Go for an eggy breakfast frittata! This recipe comes together in minutes and even serves two people.

Hearty Lunch Salads

Salads are great for a fast and nutritionally dense lunch! These are perfect side dishes or can be paired with protein as meals on their own.

Try out a delicious and nutritious Chinese chicken cabbage salad! You can make it your own by swapping out the cabbage or chicken for greens or meat of your choice.

A classic three bean salad makes a great side dish for family gatherings, but can also be made the night before for a hearty lunch!

A Greek salad makes a great side dish for any lunch plan. It can also be a meal on its own with the addition of your meat of choice.

Want some sweet fruit? Try out this low-calorie, nutritionally dense poppyseed fruit salad!

Easy One Pot Dinners

Make delectable one-dish dinners a breeze with an instant pot! These recipes can also be prepared in your loved one’s slow cooker of choice.

What’s more filling than hearty beef stew? This one-pot recipe creates big flavor with little effort.

Feed everyone or have leftovers for dinner all week with this one pot chicken teriyaki recipe! For fastest results, a pressure cooker is recommended.

Vegetarian? Try a one pot vegetarian chili to spice up your day!

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