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Nutrisystem Tips and Flex Meals, Healthy Recipes for Two, Mini Teas, and more!
Those days never went as well as the days I ate breakfast. Keep your lunch meals at work. If you work out of the home and your office has space, keep your lunch meals at work. Spice up the protein shakes. The protein shakes were one of my favorite things, but I liked them even more when I added little flavor extras to them.
A couple frozen strawberries or some lemon juice to the strawberry flavor. Some espresso or a little vanilla extract to the coffee flavor, or some cinnamon to the chocolate flavor. The possibilities are endless!
Follow the heating directions. Okay, this one seems obvious, but it took me five months to figure out how to make the macaroni and cheese correctly. Follow the directions on how to heat up each meal—the directions vary slightly, and they make a big difference in the taste and texture of the meal.
Learn to make varied salads, and make them a couple days ahead. Add your meals to a salad. The tuna and chicken salad packets are great for this, but so is the tortellini!
I know that sounds weird, but if you let it cool and toss it over a salad, it adds great flavor and makes a really delicious, satisfying meal. They can be served atop oatmeal, yogurt, tarts, baked goods—or even just eaten plain and whole.
There are so many healthy ways to incorporate blueberries into your day. After all, now is the time that this delicious fruit is in season. Read More Check out 10 blueberry recipes that are perfect for summer: While this dish tastes incredibly indulgent, the cheesecake topping is made from healthful ingredients like fat-free ricotta cheese, blueberries and just a touch of honey—making it quite nutritious.
Energy balls are all the rage and for good reason. They are easy to make, portable and packed with healthy ingredients that give you a burst of energy when you need a nutritious snack. These energy balls feature cashews, rolled oats, dates and blueberries. Everything is blended in a food processor to form a dough, which is rolled into balls—two of which count as one serving at calories.
It involves heating up and then topping our Nutrisystem Baked Blueberry Oatmeal with nonfat Greek yogurt and blueberries. Though it only requires simple assembly, it will give you the taste and feel of a warm homemade breakfast. And it counts as two Extras on the Nutrisystem plan. If you like having toast in the morning, then give this no-bread, more nutritious alternative a try.
It uses a medium sweet potato, cut into slices, as the base. It combines blueberries and chia seeds, which are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, rich in antioxidants, and even provide a boost of fiber. Combined with the juice of a lemon and just a touch of Stevia, this jam is sweet and flavorful without being high in calories it only has 40 per serving! It also counts as one Extra. Though delicious, traditional blueberry crisp is made using quite a bit of sugar and butter—and usually served with whipped cream or ice cream.
We developed a healthier version that is still full of flavor and has a lot less calories and fat—plus some great health benefits such as fiber and antioxidants. On the Nutrisystem plan, it counts as one Breakfast and one SmartCarb.