This idea for a healthy lunch takes less than five minutes to make and costs less than $2.
One of the biggest excuses people make for not eating a better lunch is that it takes too much time. Today I’m going to give you a quick idea that takes less than five minutes to make and cost less than $2. Combine this wrap with a yogurt and glass of water and you’ve got a great lunch. The ingredients list below is about what you’d find in one wrap. In the video below, I use a little more cheese and salad dressing because I’m making enough for six wraps. But, I’m not using six times the amount of cheese and salad dressing as is shown below so those two numbers are likley a tiny bit higher in the ingredients list and nutritional breakdown that what you’ll find in the actual wrap. That’s a good thing, but the difference in the end is small.
Incorporate vegetables in eye-catching ways to promote healthier eating on this very sugary holiday.
- VALENTINE'S DAY GUIDE
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
From the DuPage County Health Department Looking to trade your child's heart-shaped chocolates for something with nutritional value? The DuPage County Health Department suggests that parents use Valentine's Day—an occasion for candy and sugary snacks—as a festive opportunity to get their little ones to eat healthier foods and treats. Generally, children will gravitate toward foods that are attractive, novel and eye-catching, so use this holiday to alter snacks to encourage healthy consumption. Remember that while it is fine to occasionally give your children sweets for a festive occasion, it is also important to establish healthy eating habits. Now is your chance to get the kids to eat some healthier foods by making these Valentine's Day…