Healthy and Homemade Calendars are Here!

2017-cover-collage-english-newThe Spend Smart. Eat Smart. team works throughout the year on a calendar that includes delicious recipes that are also healthy and inexpensive. If you want to have healthy recipes throughout the whole year, this is the calendar for you!

Here is just a taste of the recipes included in the 2017 calendar:

  • Chocolate Chip Zucchini Muffins
  • Chicken BLT Salad
  • Berries and Greens Smoothies
  • Roasted Cauliflower
  • Sausage and Vegetable Skillet

The calendar is available now for just $3 through the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Online Store. It makes a great hostess gift or stocking stuffer. Order yours today!

Christine Hradek

Christine Hradek is a State Nutrition Specialist with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach. She coordinates ISU’s programs which help families with low income make healthy choices with limited food budgets. Christine loves helping families learn to prepare healthy foods, have fun in the kitchen and save money. In her spare time, Christine enjoys cooking, entertaining and cheering on her favorite college football teams with her family and friends.

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The calendar features a monthly recipe and color photo complete with ingredient list, preparation directions, nutrition facts, and menu ideas. Also, as an extra bonus, the preparation of each recipe can be viewed from the recipes section of the Spend Smart. Eat Smart web site. These videos walk even the most inexperienced cook through the recipe with ease, answering preparation and ingredient substitution questions.

In addition to facts promoting healthy homemade eating, the calendar encourages exercise, movement, and physical activity. A chart at the bottom of the calendar makes it easy to set activity goals; small boxes on each day are designed to track activity numbers. For people who have a hard time getting motivated, there are suggestions each month for building and sustaining physical activity habits. The last two pages of the calendar contain physical activity information—the amount of activity needed each day, how to fit it into your schedule, and ideas for increasing activity.

-pointers from Peggy

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