Roll the cheese discs in flour, then egg white, breadcrumbs and again egg white and breadcrumbs. Place in a tray that is placed in the preheated oven at 200 degrees Celsius for 10-15 minutes, turning them on the other side about half the time. Cut all the vegetables, place them in a bowl and sprinkle with flax seeds.
Chia Pudding with Dried Apricots and Pineapple Recipe Try to get this in the fridge the night before for the best texture. If you& 39;re short on time, just top some pineapple chunks with chopped dried apricots and some pan-toasted chia seeds for a little crunch and protein.Ingredients1 cup unsweetened almond milk½ cup chopped fresh pineapple¼ cup chopped dried apricots2 tablespoons unsweetened shredded coconutFinely grated lime zest (for serving)Recipe PreparationWhisk together almond milk, chia seeds, and agave in a medium bowl.
Keep your mind sharp by cooking with these healthy foodsShutterstockFoods that Age-Proof Your BrainShutterstockStudies show that eating certain nutrient-dense foods can protect your brain from mental and cognitive decline. Help keep your mind sharp with these good-for-you ingredients.AlmondsShutterstockAvocadoShutterstockCinnamonShutterstockEggsShutterstockEggs are a good source of a number of nutrients that make for brain health, but they’re also a great way to get more choline into your diet.
Photo courtesy of grad Peter Blommer (C’85) left the investment-banking world in 1991 to join the family business – chocolate. His grandfather, Bernard Blommer (C’30) and his great uncles, Henry Blommer Sr. (C’26) and Aloysius Blommer (C’31) started the company in 1939 and have kept it in the family.
Misty May-Treanor shares her trip tips for eating healthy on the goMisty May-Treanor shares her tips for eating healthy on the go.Before hitting the sand to bump, set, and spike, Olympic gold medalist Misty May-Treanor fuels her body with the right eats, which can be a challenge on the road.How to Eat Like Olympian Misty May-Treanor While on the Road Slideshow& 34;You can make a meal out of anything; you just have to be smart about it,& 34; said May-Treanor, who met with The Daily Meal to share her tips on how to eat like an Olympian before heading off to London.
Ingredients2 Ounces Prohibition Distillery Bootlegger 21 or another New York vodka1 Ounce spiced tomato water3 dashes The Bitter Truth celery bittersPoppy and Sesame Seeds, mixedDirectionsIn a mixing glass, add vodka, spiced tomato water, and bitters. Add ice to mixing glass and stir until chilled.