Mealtime can be stressful. There’s no if’s, and’s, or but’s about it! With busy schedules, sometimes choosing healthy recipes and squeezing in a trip to the grocery store is out of the question. But, in honor of National Eat Together Week, we’re challenging you to take a stab at our healthy menu and enjoy a bit of time with your family around the dinner table. After all, it’s said that family meal night can contribute to positive mental health!

All you’ll need to do is pick one night this week where the whole family can sit down together, print out our Shopping List (click here) and head to the grocery store, spend just a bit of time prepping in the kitchen, and enjoy a healthy meal with your loved ones. Watch the full recipe video below for a little inspiration! And don’t forget to download the recipe cards here.

01 Cinnamon Roasted Sweet Potatoes

This side dish is the perfect combination of flavors with the sweetness of the potato and the cinnamon combined with the garlic salt and thyme. Add to any main dish for a burst of flavor and added nutrients!

Nutrition Facts: Recipe Yields 4 Servings 
175 Calories, 7 g fat, 329mg Sodium, 27g Carbohydrates, 15g Sugar, 1g Protein


02 Baked Asparagus + Blistered Tomatoes

Green vegetables have never tasted so good! Asparagus is loaded with antioxidants and is said to lower blood pressure. This side dish is the perfect complement to our main chicken dish.

Nutrition Facts: Recipe Yields 4 Servings 
82 Calories, 6g fat, 295mg Sodium, 6g Carbohydrates, 4g Sugar, 3g Protein


03 Lemon and Rosemary Chicken

Chicken is a wonderful source of lean protein and when combined with lemon and rosemary it’s sure to knock the socks off your tastebuds! Even our test kitchen folks fell in love with this dish.

Nutrition Facts: Recipe Yields 4 Servings 
227 Calories, 15g fat, 295mg Sodium, 3g Carbohydrates, 3g Sugar, 20g Protein


04 Baked Pears

a plate of food sitting on top of a wooden table

If you’re like us, a sweet tooth is guaranteed after dinner! But just because you have a hankering for something sweet, doesn’t mean you have to immediately go for the cookies, cakes, or pies. Instead, add a little honey and some cinnamon to a fruit of your choice (like pears or apples) and pop it in the oven. That’s essentially all we did for this pear recipe.

Nutrition Facts: Recipe Yields 4 Servings 
163 Calories, 6g fat, 2mg Sodium, 25g Carbohydrates, 21g Sugar, 0g Protein


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