For years a new year meant a new diet. Then it became a juggling act of how to balance my diet with my family’s. Add to the equation busy weeknights and failure to plan meant breaking the budget for take-out or resorting to less than my family deserved family meals. I’ve simplified and try and focus on healthier eating, rather than a diet and Michelle Dudash makes weeknight eating, or any time, easy and “clean” with her new book, Clean Eating for Busy Families.
If you aren’t familiar with the term “clean eating“, allow me to assure you it’s not complicated. It’s merely a way of living. It’s about choices–eating whole foods and migrating away from the packaged, processed foods. It encourages choosing seasonal ingredients, fresh and local foods, shopping at farmer’s markets. It’s simple!
Clean eating is not about counting calories or carbs. There isn’t anything complicated about it at all.
Clean Eating for Busy Families makes it a cinch to put the kabosh on take-out and prepare a meal that will delight the soul! Here’s how:
It’s Quick! We’re talking easy sautes, casseroles, slow cooker meals and pan-less grilling. Every recipe gives a glimpse of the mode and length of cooking time so you can make it work with your schedule. Most of the recipes can be prepared in less than 30-minutes!
It’s Clean! It’s a healthy, whole foods-based approach allowing you the peace of mind that you’re feeding your family the very best. Every recipe has a wholesome ingredient list and nutritional analysis. You’ll discover nutrient-rich and calorie-conscious meals.
It’s Delicious! The creative meals like Orange Peel Beef and Broccoli Stir-fry with brown rice or CajunCrusted Tilapia Tacos with Pico de Gallo will set the talbe for your family to enjoy delicious home cooking without hassle!
Julee is a quirky, dorky, North Carolina Transplant with an appetite to taste the world, meets its desserts and blog about them. When she’s not behind the computer you can find her playing with her family, reading a good book and celebrating the little things.
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