Healthy bones need calcium to grow strong and stay strong, from youth to adulthood. The best sources of calcium are in foods like milk, yogurt, cheese, fortified cereals and dark green leafy vegetables. It’s easy to get the vitamins and minerals your bones need to be their best with one of these delicious recipes. Eating healthy never tasted so good!
A simplified vinaigrette plays off of the classic salad dressing used to season ancient grains while leafy greens and good-for-you dairy offer quality sources of calcium, protein, vitamins and minerals. The store-bought rotisserie chicken can be substituted for grilled chicken breast.
Prepare this high protein breakfast the day before serving, if desired. Cover and chill. Reheat the quiche muffins in the microwave on high power, covered, 20 seconds or until hot.
Using Greek yogurt as the base for the classic Alfredo cheese sauce gives not only a rich and creamy texture, but protein as well. Use any type of whole wheat or vegetable-based pasta.
Gluten-free never tasted so good! This easy, protein-packed pizza slices and serves beautifully. Expect more of a soft texture that can be eaten with a fork on the plate. Good-for-you dairy throughout the recipe provides valuable nutrients.
Using store-bought fruit-and-nut granola is a cost-effective way to purchase the ingredients. The muffins can be frozen up to three weeks in a zip-top bag — perfect for make-ahead and grab-and-go meals, especially for busy weekday mornings.
Refrigerated pizza dough makes the perfect cup to hold cheesy filled meatballs, guaranteed to please eaters of all ages! They can easily be reheated for those busy weeknight dinners.