Healthy home cooking
I’m a big fan of healthy home cooking – well not so much the cooking but eating home cooked food.
I really do love home cooked meals, although I’m not exactly into cooking and definitely NOT great at it. I do try though.
I started cooking and baking from an early age because my Mum loved to cook and bake, she taught me everything I know…..but I don’t enjoy it, it’s just not my thing….but I have to eat so I do ha..
I did a course in nutritional therapy years ago and really enjoyed it..plus I felt quite proud of myself for achieving my diploma.
It’s really been very useful too for helping me get my health back on track..almost. And I annoy my daughter’s by going on and on at them to eat healthy…the importance and all that..you are what you eat!
I tend to cook in big batches now, then freeze for later dates, because now there’s only me and my hubby at home through the week. I can’t say I could be bothered to cook from scratch every week night.
Beef stew is one of my favourites yum! Recipe: organic diced beef, potatoes, carrots, onions, broccoli, spinach and gravey. You can put in what ever you like.. to your own tastes. I use a slow cooker because it’s easy and not likely I’d burn it ha..okay so I am well known for burning stuff. Sshh secret.
Beef: iron, protein, zinc, selenium, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, vit B6, vit B12, vit D, phosphorus, magnesium, potassium.
Potatoes: protein, fiber, vit C, vit B6, potassium, manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, niacin, folate.
Carrots: vit A, potassium, carbohydrates, fiber, vit B6, vit K1.
Broccoli: vit K, vit C, folate, potassium, fiber, phosphorus, selenium, vit A, protein, carbohydrates.
Spinach: protein, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, vit A, folate.
Onion: vit A, vit C, calcium, iron, vit B6, vit D, magnesium.
Hope you enjoyed this post let me know in the comments below. What is your favourite home cooked meal?
Love LittleWildflower x