Day: March 24, 2021

18 healthy recipes you can make with foods in your pantry

TODAY nutritionist, Joy Bauer, shares her tips on how to be the boss of your pantry — from the best organizational tips to the healthiest things to stock up on for quick, easy and healthy meals.

With limited trips to the grocery store due to the pandemic, I really had to get creative with canned beans and fish, rolled oats and nut butters this year. Here are a few of my favorite recipes that go from pantry to table in no time!

Oats

1. Chocolate-Banana Overnight Oats

No time for breakfast? You can prep this healthy and tasty breakfast the night before.

Chocolate-Banana Overnight Oatmeal

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2. Jumbo Oatmeal Pancake

Pancakes are a real crowd-pleaser and they’re quick to whip up. This version features ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen, requires only a simple toss and mix, and tastes incredibly yummy.

3. Overnight Banana Strawberry Oats

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6 New Passover Recipes From Chefs Who Celebrate

When I picture my extended family, we’re all seated around a seder table that’s covered in matzo crumbs and Manischewitz. My dad strums “Ma Nishtanah” on the guitar while I snack on salt-slicked parsley and lock eyes with my sister, silently asking when the prayers end and the meal begins.

Each spring Jewish families gather to recount the biblical tale of Exodus, when the Israelites escaped bondage in Egypt via locust swarms and parted seas. Passover is a festival of stories and song, ritual and resistance. And because we’re Jews, it’s symbolized with food. At the center of the table, a decorative platter—the seder plate—displays the foods that have guided the night’s ceremony for generations: matzo, roast shankbone, bitter herbs, spring vegetables, and charoset studded with nuts and fruit. And for eight days (or seven, if you’re in Israel), we go without the usual bagels and pita, cleansing our homes

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