Craving comfort food? Check out these healthy homemade versions of popular meals from the frozen food aisle.
Mexi-Veggie Breakfast Sandwich
Breakfast sandwiches now figure in the frozen-food section, but they’re quick and easy to DIY. This recipe uses egg whites for a healthy spin. This pinto bean, mixed quinoa burger served with homemade guacamole, fresh green jalappeños, tomato, lettuce, red onion, Mexican spiced salsa, all in a seeded bun is so delicious! They’re super quick & easy to make and taste restaurant worthy! These burgers are perfect for a healthy, filling lunch or dinner and would be ideal at a BBQ or event.
Ham and Cheese Breakfast Sandwich
To add your own personal touch to this recipe, you could swap out the tomato for low-sodium salsa or chili sauce, and try different cheeses, such as goat, sharp cheddar or havarti.If you had a long week, or very long weekend, this is the perfect sandwich to help perk you up, or down, maybe!I promise you, after you eat this Texas Size Breakfast Sandwich with Bacon Egg Cheese and Ham you’re going to need one of two things, a nap, and/or, a nap!
Panko-Baked Chicken Fingers
These are great the next day, too. Add them to a lunch box with a container of dipping sauce and some veggie sticks-yum!These delicious baked chicken tenders will change your life! They are breaded (crumbed) oven fried chicken tenders that come out TRULY golden and TRULY crunchy. And minimum mess – no fingers caked with batter and breadcrumbs!If you make crumbed chicken the usual way by dreading in flour, then egg then breadcrumbs, spray with oil then bake it, there is no way your chicken comes.
Thin-crust Tricolore Pizza
The dough for this pizza is easy to make, but there’s a quicker option: You can use store-bought and make this recipe in 30 minutes or less. Also, while this is healthier than most frozen pizzas, it’s pretty high in sodium; to cut back, reduce the amount of cheese.The Pizza Tricolore is no ordinary pizza. The dense green rocket is added last and so avoids the oven, the fresh red cherry tomatoes are lightly blanched, and the milky white mozzarella completes the three colours of the Italian flag. The Pizza Tricolore is also a way for Italy to affirm its historical, cultural and culinary identity and inventiveness at table. Do you know when this pizza was invented?The first pizza chef to become famous was Domenico Testa, who in Naples served a pizza for the Queen of the then Kingdom of the two Sicilies towards the mid-19th century.