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Quick Tip #77: Making meal times healthier
Helping plant the seeds of positive birth.
Many mums face this challenge every day: How do I make meal times healthier while saving time and energy?
Prepare extra of all the healthy components of your meal!
Chop extra vegies and use them as a base for tomorrow's dinner or to put in a breakfast omelette
If you are chopping pumpkin for a meal tonight you may as well keep going and chop the whole thing!
Prepare extra salad for a lunch wrap or as a base for dinner
Prepare a double serve of quinoa/rice to add as a side to a casserole or as a base for the
super fried rice
Even without a full meal plan for the week, the pre-prepared things will all get used saving time and energy while increasing your health!
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