This post is sponsored by Campbell Soup Company
The busier we all get the harder it becomes to eat right and keep our families healthy. It's just easier to grab a fast food dinner while on the run or fix pre-packaged convenience foods. That's OK once in a while, but studies have shown that eating home-cooked meals at least five days out of the week can have a big impact on your health.
Of course, that's not all there is to it. I cook most of our meals, but I don't always think about whether a recipe is heart healthy, low in saturated fat or cholesterol, or any of the other health-related concerns I should probably be thinking about. Usually I just fix whatever sounds good to me. Thankfully I do like healthy food, and I'm not a big fan of fried foods or sweets, so we probably eat healthier than a lot of people. There's always room for improvement, though, and I really want to feed my husband healthy meals because that is one thing I can do for him and his health. I can't exercise for him - though now that we're into Daylight Saving Time, we have some extra daylight in the evenings so maybe I can get him back to walking - but I can make sure he eats right, at least most of the time.
Campbell’s Soup realizes that keeping our families healthy can be a challenge for all of us, so they've put together some heart-healthy tips and “American Heart Association Certified Recipes” as well as great coupons and special offers at addressyourheart.com.
Here are some of those hearth healthy recipes that caught my eye:
Slow-Cooked Chicken & Butternut Squash
(easy and healthy, don't you just love the slow cooker?)
Creamy Chicken & Vegetables over Spaghetti Squash
(I love spaghetti squash!)
Creamy Turkey & Vegetable Lasagna
(looks like comfort food to me!)
Pizza Primavera with Cauliflower Crust (I have been wanting to try a cauliflower crust and look at those veggies!)
Don't those look yummy? Just click on the picture to get any of the recipes. There are quite a few more recipes available so be sure to check all of them out, and visit the Campbell's Kitchen Facebook page for even more. Also be sure to grab some Campbell's money-saving coupons before you head to the store so you can fix dinner for less.
Pork Medallions with Spinach & Barley (I'd use turkey since I don't eat pork, but I'm kind of obsessed with spinach and barley right now)