Tag Archives: eggs

January 25

Rustic Bruschetta Baked Eggs for One

by EA Stewart, MBA, RD This recipe was inspired by an earlier version I made with some leftover bruschetta in my fridge. It turned out to be delicious, so I decided to whip up a batch of bruschetta with some jarred tomatoes in my pantry, garlic olive oil, and Italian seasoning. Guess what? It turned […]

July 24

Shakshuka from The Kids Cook Monday

By Diana K. Rice of The Kids Cook Monday In my experience, it’s pretty well-established that kids love tomato sauce. Whether it’s pizza, spaghetti or anything that can be dunked in ketchup, “bring on the sauce” should be the official mantra of childhood dining. As the registered dietitian on staff with The Kids Cook Monday, […]

June 20

Breakfast for Dinner: Roasted Tomato and Parmesan Frittata

By Lisa & McKenzie of Nourish RDs You know those days when you don’t feel like cooking—much less feel like grocery shopping and then cooking? But there’s not much in the refrigerator or pantry because you hadn’t had time to run to the store between meetings and phone calls and laundry and fundraisers and trying […]

August 31

Canned Tomatoes: A Great Investment in Health!

by Sharon Palmer, RD It’s that time of year again when families are hanging up their beach towels and diving into another school year. Kids are now swapping sunscreen for text books, and meals are shifting from a somewhat chaotic dining schedule to a more structured family routine. As we now reminisce about the summertime […]