Recipes


 

Sweet Potato Black Bean Quinoa Bowls
Sweet Potato Black Bean Quinoa Bowls Author: Healthy Steps Servings: 2-3 people Ingredients: 3 large sweet potatoes 1 cup quinoa 1 can black beans, drained 2 ears of fresh corn, cut off the cob ¼ cup red onions, cut …
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Shrimp Ceviche Recipe
Ceviche is a seafood dish made from fresh raw fish and cured in lemon or lime juice. Over the course of a few hours the citrus juice will begin to “cook” the seafood without the use of a heat source. …
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Strawberries and Cream Frozen Yogurt Pops
Cool off this summer with a refreshingly sweet yet heathy treat. 2 cups (16 ounces) No-Sugar-Added Vanilla Greek Yogurt 2 cups chopped strawberries (1/4 cup milk if needed) Combine the yogurt and strawberries in a blender and blend until smooth. Thin …
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Healthy Steps Recipe Contest – WINNERS
We want to say THANK YOU to each and every one of you who entered your “Healthy Recipe” submissions to Healthy Steps. We love to share recipes with our community to promote healthy eating, cooking and meals shared with your …
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Healthy Steps Recipe Contest
Calling All Cooks! Join our Healthy Steps Recipe Challenge for your chance to win! As so many of you have found your way back to a renewed healthy lifestyle, we hear over and over that many of you are now …
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HEALTHY STEPS 100 MILE CHALLENGE (Feb 27- Mar 5)
You are 14 days into the Healthy Steps ONE HUNDRED MILE CHALLENGE!! (A refresher on the Walking Challenge HERE) Last week: Week 2 was completed, therefore 98000 steps / 50 miles walked. This week: February 27 – March 5 Now we …
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Spicy Tuna Poke Bowl Recipe
Spicy Tuna Poke Bowl Author: Brenna Masi @ Healthy Steps Serves 2 Ingredients Sushi Rice: 1 cup cooked brown rice 1 Tablespoon rice wine vinegar Marinated Ahi: 2 Tablespoons soy sauce 1 teaspoon rice wine vinegar ¾ teaspoon toasted …
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How to Prep for Success
Getting Ready for the 21-Day No Added Sweeteners Challenge We invite you to join the Healthy Steps 21-Day No Added Sweeteners Challenge, Monday January 9th through the 30th. As part of the challenge, you’ll give up all added sugars and …
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2016 THANKSGIVING MENU & RECIPES
We have compiled a Thanksgiving Meal Recipe Packet to help you stay on your diet plan but also enjoy some of the season’s best dishes. We hope to find you cooking in the kitchen and making memories with your friends and …
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Butternut Squash Soup
Butternut Squash Soup (serves 4) Author: Brenna Masi @ Healthy Steps We think you will really like our latest seasonal favorite Butternut Squash. It’s a vine-ripened winter squash whose hard skin protects the vibrant orange flesh packed full …
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Spaghetti Squash with Marinara Recipe
Spaghetti Squash is currently in season and we couldn’t be happier about it. This canary-yellow gourd is packed with carotenoids (antioxidants) to make for a healthy choice as it serves for your dinner or a side dish. Once cooked, by …
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Healthy Fajita Recipe – a la chef Dr. Robert Woodbury
If you can’t find Dr. Woodbury in the office at Healthy Steps Therapeutic Lifestyle Center or the Bariatric Clinic, he may be tending to his gourmet garden. No mater what the season or climate, it is always exploding with seasonal fruits and vegetables. With the fruit …
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Meal Delivery Box — Review
-Blog Post written by Lindsay Pasdera, MS RDN Have you heard of all these cook-at-home delivery boxes? Companies like Blue Apron, Hello Fresh, and Sun Basket will ship an insulated box to your door with the all ingredients needed …
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Grain-Free Waffle Recipe
You may have heard how good legumes (dried beans and peas) are for you and how the protein and fiber in them can support weight management. Still, many people have a hard time eating a serving of legumes each day. …
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Beginner Cook Recipes
Good home cooking skills are very handy when it comes to healthy eating, but it is possible to eat well without Le Cordon Bleu training. I would encourage everyone to grow their cooking skills, either by dedicating one evening …
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Waistline-friendly Italian Comfort Food
My husband and I travelled to Italy last year, and of course, the food was amazing! Italian food can be very healthful too, like this delicious, high-protein Eggplant Parmigiana recipe. If you’re craving comfort food that’s weight-loss friendly, this …
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Lentil Soup and Salad – by Nutritionst Cassale
For dinner this evening I made a hearty lentil soup with some spinach and cilantro from my garden. I also added a side salad with a French vinaigrette to make it a complete and balanced meal. The salad was so …
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Chicken and Vegetable Soup – by Nutritionist Cassale
After a couple months of rainy weather I found some real treasures in my vegetable garden: cauliflower, broccoli, spinach, leeks, spring onions, fennel, carrots, lettuce and parsley in my herb garden. With my findings, I decided to make a …
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What we eat: Dinner Edition (6)
Idea # 6: Chicken Zucchini Poppers with homemade guacamole (Low Carb) These are so delicious! Get the RECIPE HERE! We recommend that you bake them, who wants to stand over a hot pan if they don’t have to!? To make homemade …
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What we eat: Dinner Edition (5)
Idea # 5 Green Minestrone with Roasted Chickpeas Sauté pancetta in a large stock pot, and set aside. Then add chopped onions and celery and sauté until they begin to soften (about 5 minutes). Add chopped fresh garlic …
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What we eat: Dinner Edition (4)
Idea # 4: Lettuce Wrapped Bacon-Avocado Sliders with roasted cherry tomatoes (Low Carb) Roast a small portion of cherry tomatoes in the oven (toaster oven works too). Chop up some leftover nitrite-free bacon, slice a ripe avocado, chop …
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What we eat: Dinner Edition (3)
Idea # 3: Light Dinner: Homemade miso soup. At Trader Joe’s purchase Ginger Miso broth in a carton. In a saucepot bring it to a simmer. Cube organic high-protein tofu and place into the hot broth. Top it …
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What we eat: Dinner Edition (2)
Idea # 2: Coconut Flour Fried Chicken paired with an Arugula and Parmesan Salad (Low-Carb Friendly). Dredge your seasoned skinless boneless chicken thighs lightly in coconut flour before placing in a pan filled with a small layer of healthy …
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What we eat: Dinner Edition (1)
Tired of the same ol’ salad with chicken for dinner as you watch your weight? For the next 6 days, take a peek at our blog daily to see what we eat for dinner to give you some inspiration! Idea # …
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What We Eat – Registered Dietitian Lindsay Pasdera
To continue our theme of healthy, mindful eating per our Heathy Steps’ team of nutritionist, this post covers a day-in-the-life of Lindsay Pasdera. 8am: Breakfast– Greek yogurt with homemade chocolate coconut “granola” I adapted this low-carb “granola” recipe choosing to use almond …
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What We Eat – Nutritionist Ashley
Here at Healthy Steps we nutritionists are constantly being asked what we eat in a day and what we do for exercise. Over the next few weeks, we will share with you our own meals and health goals and what …
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Healthy Steps Culinary Class
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Culinary Class was SO FUN!
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Culinary Class was a Success!
Culinary Class was a Success! We just held our first culinary class at the G&G Supermarket in Santa Rosa and it was quite a hit! Students learned healthy Italian recipes and essential culinary skills. We debuted a few of our …
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