If you’re cooking at home, you’re likely making a meal that is going to be significantly healthier than a restaurant dish. Cooking at home is one of the easiest ways to cut down on calories, even if you’re making a hearty meal like cheeseburgers or pasta. In today’s video, we will tell you the best hacks for healthy cooking. From sauteing your spinach, replacing pasta with vegetable noodles, changing your cooking methods, blending tofu into desserts to making dried fruit in the oven and more.
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Intro – 0:00
Chop up all your fruits & veggies at the same time – 00:36
Roasted vegetables are your friend – 00:55
Healthier sizzling – 01:19
Skip the supermarket – 01:36
Saute your spinach – 02:07
Make nut butters healthier – 02:21
Replace pasta with vegetable noodles – 02:53
Remove unhealthy foods from the kitchen – 03:13
Soak and spin – 03:38
Change your cooking methods – 03:55
Repurpose your food – 04:24
Make open faced sandwiches – 04:45
Blend tofu into desserts – 05:04
Serve meals with a side of green – 05:22
Bananas instead of butter – 05:48
Leave the skins on – 06:03
Swap cauliflower for everything – 06:19
Blot with kitchen paper – 06:46
Make dried fruit in the oven – 07:02
Focus on quality rather than calories – 07:24
Opt for chewy or crunchy food over something liquid – 07:44
Chop your fruits & veggies at the same time: When you have a minute over the weekend, or sometime during the day, start chopping.
Roasted vegetables are your friend: Roasted vegetables are super easy to make and can be served hot with dinner or stored in the fridge for the next meal.
Healthier sizzling: Instead of adding extra oil and calories to stir-fry vegetables, you can add a splash of low salt stock or water to the veggies.
Skip the supermarket: You can save hours each week by ordering at least some of your grocery staples online.
Saute your spinach: Spinach is known for having heat-sensitive nutrients, meaning it will lose a lot of its health benefits when cooked.
Make nut butters healthier: Nut butters are already nutrient-dense on their own, but you can pack them with even more good stuff if desired.
Replaced pasta with vegetable noodles: Veggie noodles are all the rage, but this is because they’re so damn practical.
Remove unhealthy foods from the kitchen: One way to remove the temptation of unhealthy foods is to simply remove them from your kitchen.
Soak and Spin: Soak bitter greens, like arugula and kale, in a bowl of ice water in the fridge for about an hour to cut their bitterness.
Change your cooking methods: Make some of your favorite meals more healthy instantly just by switching the way you cook them.
Repurpose your food: Whenever you’re cooking a healthy meal, try cooking more of it by doubling the recipe.
Make open faced sandwiches: You know that the bread is probably the most important aspect of the meal because it holds all of the fillings together.
Blend tofu into desserts: A slab of damp, dreary tofu probably doesn’t scream dessert. But this rich, vegetarian protein source can easily be blended into a variety of sweets and pastries.
Serve meals with a side of green: Portion control is the key to cooking healthy meals. But it can be difficult if you’re used to feasting on your favorite dishes.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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