3 Recipes For Quick And Easy Breakfast Muffins

By Sunrise Senior Living  |  April 17, 2015

Because breakfast is the most important meal of the day, it's important to choose food that's full of nutrients. You may struggle to fit in a balanced breakfast when you have errands to run or an early morning fitness class, and on those days, a healthy muffin may be the best option for a morning meal that keeps you energized and alert.

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3 Tasty Recipes For Stuffed Peppers

By Sunrise Senior Living  |  April 16, 2015

If you're looking for ways to fit more vegetables into your diet, why not include a delicious meal of stuffed peppers into your weekly menu? This dish is a favorite of many seniors, as it is quick and easy to make and can be customized to fit individual tastes. Here are three tasty variations of stuffed peppers that make for a great weekday dinner.

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3 Nutritious Low-Carb Lunches For Seniors

By Sunrise Senior Living  |  April 14, 2015

If you're trying to lose weight or achieve other health benefits, your doctor may recommend that you cut back on carbohydrate consumption. It's tricky to lower your carb intake, especially if you're accustomed to eating bread, pasta and rice with your meals. However, once you find a few low-carb meals to get you started, it's a lot easier to make this lifestyle change. Here are a few low-carb lunches to add to your senior nutrition plan.

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Pesto Recipes To Suit Your Personal Tastes

By Sunrise Senior Living  |  April 10, 2015

Pesto is a quick and easy sauce that adds bold flavors to a meal. It also makes a good addition to your senior nutrition plan, as it contains healthy fats from the nuts. However, you may get tired of eating the same basil pesto over and over again, so why not switch up the recipe a little? There are many variations of this classic sauce that are great on pasta, sandwiches, chicken and more.

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3 Fun Twists On Bruschetta

By Sunrise Senior Living  |  April 7, 2015

Italian-food lovers are surely fans of the antipasto dish bruschetta. The dish is traditionally made by rubbing garlic on toasted bread, then topping each slice with olive oil, basil and tomatoes. However, many creative chefs have taken these classic flavors and created great new bruschetta-inspired creations. Try one of these unique variations this week as part of your senior nutrition plan.

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How To Make Chinese Egg Rolls At Home

By Sunrise Senior Living  |  April 2, 2015

For many people, egg rolls are an essential part of Chinese takeout. The rolls are the perfect mix of crunchy, savory and versatility, and they go well with just about any entree. If you're a big fan of the Chinese side dish, why wait until the next time you get takeout? Here's how you can make delicious egg rolls that taste just like the real thing.

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A Sunrise Recipe: Mr. Jacob’s Baba Ghanoush

By Sunrise Senior Living  |  March 26, 2015

Resident Mr. John Jacob of Sunrise at River Road, AZ, has served up delicious dishes in the Tuscan area since 1946, beginning with his restaurant, Club 21 on Miracle Mile, which he opened with his two brothers. He followed in his father’s footsteps who came to the United States through Veracruz in the early 1900s and opened up the Tuscan Public Market.

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A Sunrise Recipe: Sona’s Easy Baklava

By Sunrise Senior Living  |  March 25, 2015

Baklava is traditionally made in Middle Eastern countries and is a very popular dessert in countries such as Greece, Turkey and Iran. Activities and Volunteer Coordinator at Sunrise of Richmond Hill, OH, Sona shared her family’s special recipe for this sweet treat with residents part of the community baking club. While many baklava recipes may be overly complicated, Sona’s family has simplified it, which makes it the perfect recipe for even less experienced bakers!

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