Your Favorites: A Healthier Michigan’s Top 5 Recipe Posts of 2011

Angela Jenkins

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With only two days left in 2011, I always like to take a little time to reflect on the year and what I accomplished. It is also a good time to get organized for 2012 and see what healthy and other changes you want to make for the New Year to come.
If modifying your recipes is a goal for 2012, the posts below provide recipes for any meal from seasonal to classic. Always remember to look at the nutritional information and serving size when trying a new recipe so you know what portion size you can have and still stay within your calorie budget.

Top 5 Favorite Recipes for 2011:

  1. 11 Healthy and Delicious Summer Recipes — This was also the favorite reader post of 2011. This post provides healthy recipes from beverages with and without alcohol, appetizers and desserts.
  1. 7 Healthy Apple Recipes for the Fall Season — This post provides apple recipes, substitutions for baking healthier, a list of apple orchards in Michigan and even Angie Jenkins’ favorite apple pie recipe.
  1. Your Recipes: 19 Great Ideas for the Fall BountyGrace Dietitian asked her connections on Facebook and Twitter to share their favorite fall recipes. See what delicious recipes Grace chose for this post.
  1. Shape up Your Slider: 4 Healthier Hamburger Alternatives — Nothing compares to a great burger. Read how you can make your burger healthier so you can eat them guilt-free!
  1. 6 Great Health Benefits of Eggs (and 7 ‘Egg-ceptional’ recipes) — Great recipe ideas for any meal. Also see how eggs are good for you.
Here’s to a happy, safe and healthy New Year Cheer!!
Photo credit: Dalboz17

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