February 22, 2021 | Newsletters
We hope you had a lovely Valentine’s Day. Or perhaps you celebrated Singles Awareness Day (yes, it’s a real holiday). Chances are your day included some extravagant dining – maybe an indulgent appetizer, a succulent pasta dinner or an over-the-top dessert. With the exception of Super Bowl Sunday, is there a better excuse than Valentine’s Day to table our New Year’s resolutions and overindulge?
With these back-to-back food-focused weekends in the rearview mirror, it’s time we get back on track with healthier, delicious meals. Read on as we spotlight some of our favorite swaps that are sure to elevate nutrition while pleasing the taste buds.
Black Bean & Kale Soup:
Skip the meat-heavy chili without sacrificing an ounce of flavor. Black beans and kale offer a ton of nutrients, and the soup gets a major boost in heat and flavor from the poblano peppers and a whole host of delicious spices.
Stuffed Eggplant & Zucchini:
Stuffed chicken and pork dishes are popular, but who said the meat can’t be the stuffing? Lean turkey sausage and freshly grated Romano cheese make a spectacular stuffing for this hearty entrée.
Spinach Mac N’ Cheese:
This one’s less of a swap and more of a delicious stir-in. Creamy mac n’ cheese goodness gets an upgrade in the vitamins and minerals department with the addition of Olivia’s spinach. Your kids will never know the difference!
Chocolate Chip Cookies:
No need to skip dessert! Spinach, bananas, and walnuts? These ingredients may surprise you, but the taste is sure to WOW you! Don’t forget the milk – or almond milk!
Enter to Win!
What are your favorite food swaps? Drop us a line for a chance to win an Olivia’s Organics PRIZE PACK, complete with an Olivia’s Organics Cookbook, t-shirt or apron and coupons for some of our fantastic products! Share your swap idea with us via email – that’s firstname.lastname@example.org or find us on Instagram by following @Olivias_Organics. We can’t wait to hear from you!
Thanks for making Olivia’s part of your fresh, healthy life. Stay safe and stay healthy.