Baked Fish Sticks with Tartar Sauce

Baked Fish Sticks with Tartar Sauce


A childhood favorite gets a healthy makeover. Baked Fish Sticks with Homemade Tartar Sauce are oven-baked and made with real food ingredients. They’re gluten-free, paleo and Whole30-friendly.

This post was created in partnership with our friends at King Arthur Flour.

Not your average fish stick.

As I think back to my childhood meals, one meal that comes to my mind consists of fish sticks (from the freezer), peas and carrots (from the freezer) and some kind of fruit (likely from a can). My guess is that this meal might also be familiar to you! So today, I’m sharing a recipe for Baked Fish Sticks. But instead of them coming in a yellow or blue box from the freezer section of the grocery store, I’m making them with real food ingredients. Because that’s how we roll.

Made with real food ingredients including King Arthur Almond Flour.

While yes, it’s much easier to buy a box of frozen fish sticks and just pop them in the oven…our mission is to show you that some of our favorite convenience foods can be made pretty darn simply with real food ingredients. Ingredients that do the body good. Baked Fish Sticks are made with just a few ingredients including King Arthur Almond Flour and Coconut Flour, whole eggs, seasonings, and white fish fillets. You could also use King Arthur’s NEW Paleo Baking Flour, a perfect blend of almond, cassava, and coconut flour. This recipe is gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, paleo and Whole30-friendly!

King Arthur’s Almond Flour is milled from blanched whole almonds. It has a super fine texture and full of protein, fiber, and good fats. It makes for a fabulous grain-free flour option in everything from scones to muffins to cookies to waffles for a rich, buttery flavor. Almond flour is also a perfect certified gluten-free substitute for bread crumbs in savory dishes like these Baked Fish Sticks.

A tasty lunch or dinner option that will bring you back to your childhood days!

A part of my job that gets me excited is choosing some of my favorite childhood meals or comfort foods and giving them a healthy makeover. This isn’t always an easy task to do and some meals/recipes I leave as is because they’re just too good to be messed with, but thanks to King Arthur Flour, I set out on a mission during my maternity leave to create a recipe for Baked Fish Sticks.

You’ll find that this recipe is easy to make, full of protein and healthy fats, and with all of the dipping and dunking, it’s fun for kids to get involved, too. In addition, these Baked Fish Sticks reheat nicely, so leftovers make for a great next day’s meal. I like to reheat them in the oven set at 350ºF to really crisp them up again. For a well-balanced meal, I serve them with a side of veggies (cooked or raw), fresh fruit for lunch or sweet potato fries for dinner and you can’t forget the tartar sauce for dipping. Speaking of tartar sauce…

Dip ’em in our easy Homemade Tartar Sauce.

In the recipe below, I also include my Homemade Tartar Sauce recipe. Now like the fish sticks, there are pre-made tartar sauces you can very easily buy from the grocery store, but I will say that making your own is pretty simple to do. Plus, you know exactly what goes into it, and it’s much better tasting in my opinion! With that said, I recommend you take 5 minutes of your time to whip up a batch of Homemade Tartar Sauce.

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Baked Fish Sticks with Tartar Sauce

  • Author: Stacie Hassing
  • Prep Time: 15 min
  • Cook Time: 15 min
  • Total Time: 30 minutes
  • Yield: 56 1x
  • Category: Entree
  • Method: Baked

Ingredients

For the Fish Sticks:

  • Olive oil or avocado oil cooking spray
  • 1 lb. cod fillets or white fish of choice, cut into 22 1/2 inch long pieces about ~½-¾ inch thick
  • 2 whole eggs
  • 1 cup King Arthur Almond Flour (86g grams)
  • 2 Tbsp. King Arthur Coconut Flour (16 grams)
  • 1½ tsp. garlic powder
  • 1½ tsp. onion powder
  • 1 tsp. sweet or smoked paprika
  • 1 tsp. salt
  • ½ tsp. black pepper

For the Homemade Tartar Sauce:

  • ½ cup mayonnaise
  • 3 Tbsp. finely chopped dill pickles
  • 2 tsp. fresh dill or ¾ tsp. dried dill
  • 1 Tbsp. lemon juice, more to taste
  • ¼ tsp. garlic powder
  • Pinch of black pepper
  • 1 tsp. honey or maple syrup (optional, adds a touch of sweetness. Omit for Whole30)

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 425ºF. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Spray parchment with cooking spray.
  2. Prepare the fish. With a paper towel, pat the fish to absorb the liquid and place it on a plate.
  3. In a shallow dish, whisk the eggs.
  4. In another shallow dish, combine the flour, garlic, onion, paprika, salt, and pepper.
  5. Make an assembly line with the ingredients in this order. Fish, egg wash, breading and prepared pan.
  6. Dunk the fish pieces into the egg wash, let excess egg drip off before coating the fish generously with breading – press the breading onto the fish to make sure it sticks and then place on the pan. Repeat until all of the fish is used up. 
  7. Spray the breaded fish sticks with a generous amount of cooking spray. This will help them brown and crisp.
  8. Bake for 8 minutes. Flip carefully, spray again with cooking oil and bake for another 5-6 minutes. For extra crisp, broil for 1-2 minutes (watch closely as almond flour burns easily).
  9. While fish sticks are in the oven, make the homemade tartar sauce by combining and mixing all of the tartar sauce ingredients in a small bowl. Place in the fridge until ready to serve.
  10. When fish sticks are done baking, remove from the oven and serve warm with tartar sauce and lemon wedges. 

Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 1/6 of recipe + 2 Tbsp. Tartar Sauce
  • Calories: 305
  • Sugar: 2g
  • Sodium: 900mg
  • Fat: 25g
  • Carbohydrates: 7g
  • Fiber: 3g
  • Protein: 18g

I can’t wait for you to give this recipe a try! Comment below if you do. We love hearing from you!

 

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Photo Credit: The photos in this blog post were taken by Jess of Plays Well with Butter. 

About Stacie Hassing

Stacie is a Licensed and Registered Dietitian from rural southern Minnesota where she and her husband reside on 5 acres with their two pups, Walter & Lucy. She’s a creator of simple and wholesome recipes, a lover of nature, a crossfitter, a seasonal runner, and she’s on a mission to inspire as many as she can live a healthier and happier life from the inside out.





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Butternut Squash and Apple Hash with Sausage

Butternut Squash and Apple Hash with Sausage


Start the day with this Butternut Squash and Apple Hash with Sausage! A satisfying, veggie-filled and tasty breakfast.

You may be wondering, what is a hash anyway?

A hash is a dish of diced, ground or chopped meat and often times vegetables sautéed in a frying pan. We think it’s the perfect way to start the day when you’re in search of something savory, warm, satisfying, and hearty. Thanks to the well-balanced nature of this dish, it will keep your blood sugars stable all morning long, leaving you satisfied and ready to tackle the day.

Making a hash is also the perfect opportunity to ‘clean out the fridge’ and use up what you have on hand. But if you’re looking for more guidance we have some additional hash recipes for you to try including Sweet Potato Hash with Bacon, Tex Mex Hash, Chicken Apple Sausage Sweet Potato Hash, and Brussels Sprouts Sweet Potato Sausage Hash.

Serve as an egg-free breakfast or if you wish, top with a fried egg.

Imagine your breakfast plate filled with tender butternut squash cubes, sweet apples and savory homemade sausage. While this Butternut Squash and Apple Hash with Sausage makes for a satisfyingly scrumptious egg-free breakfast, a fried egg or two makes a nice addition for extra protein and staying power. Whatever you choose, we know you’re going to love this recipe! 

Meal prep-friendly.

Butternut Squash and Apple Hash with Sausage makes for a great recipe for your weekend meal prep. It’s quick to make and reheats ever so nicely. Preparing this dish ahead of time, either from start to finish or simply pre-chopping your vegetables and cooking the sausage means you’ll spend less time in the kitchen during the busy work week.

Making your own sausage comes with benefits.

Using ground turkey (or chicken or pork) and a few dried spices from the pantry in place of store-bought breakfast sausage saves you money and means you’ll be getting less sodium and no preservatives. You know exactly what goes into the sausage when you make your own. The sausage is freezer-friendly so if you wish, you could double or triple the sausage portion of the recipe so that you can stock your freezer with some for future meals and recipes.

Not a kale lover? No problem.

Replace the kale with spinach or chard or leave it out. It’s still incredibly delicious.

Give this Butternut Squash and Apple Hash with Sausage a try! It makes for a much better option as compared to those high-sugar breakfasts we might be familiar with. Better yet, add it to this weekends meal prep so that you’ll have a healthy breakfast, lunch or dinner ready for reheating and eating. 

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Butternut Squash and Apple Hash with Sausage

  • Author: The Real Food Dietitians
  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Cook Time: 25 mins
  • Total Time: 35 mins
  • Yield: Serves 4 1x
  • Category: Breakfast
  • Cuisine: Paleo, Whole30

Ingredients

  • 1½ Tbsp. coconut oil, divided (or cooking fat of choice – avocado oil or ghee)
  • 1 medium onion, diced
  • 1 small butternut squash (1½ lbs.), peeled and cut into ¼-inch dice (about 3 cups)
  • 1 medium apple, cored and diced
  • 12 ounces ground turkey or chicken or pork
  • ½ tsp. dried sage
  • ¼ tsp. dried thyme
  • ¼ tsp. garlic powder
  • 1/2 tsp. sea salt (more to taste)
  • Pinch of nutmeg
  • red pepper flakes
  • 3 cups kale, chard or spinach, washed and torn

Instructions

  1. Combine ground turkey, sage, thyme, garlic powder, salt and nutmeg or red pepper flakes (if using) in small bowl. Stir with large spoon or use your hands to combine. Set aside.
  2. Place a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add 1 tsp. coconut oil and heat just until oil starts to shimmer. Add onion and butternut squash. Sauté for 7-8 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  3. Add 3 Tbsp. water and diced apple. Cook an additional 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  4. Move vegetable mixture to one side of the pan. Add remaining coconut oil and turkey mixture. Allow turkey to cook a few minutes before breaking it up with a spatula or wooden spoon.
  5. Continue to cook 5-6 minutes or until turkey is cooked through and no longer pink. Stir to combine vegetables and sausage.
  6. Place kale/chard/spinach on top of hash and cover with a lid. Allow greens to wilt, about 1-2 minutes. Stir, season with additional salt and pepper and serve.

Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 1/4 recipe
  • Calories: 308
  • Sugar: 8g
  • Sodium: 372mg
  • Fat: 13g
  • Carbohydrates: 24g
  • Fiber: 5g
  • Protein: 25g

 

Have you tried this recipe yet? If so, we’d love to hear what you thought of it in the comments below.

 

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Stacie is a Licensed and Registered Dietitian from rural southern Minnesota where she and her husband reside on 5 acres with their two pups, Walter & Lucy. She’s a creator of simple and wholesome recipes, a lover of nature, a crossfitter, a seasonal runner, and she’s on a mission to inspire as many as she can live a healthier and happier life from the inside out.





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Postnatal Supplements for Nursing Moms

Postnatal Supplements for Nursing Moms


A regimen to support postnatal recovery and the body’s nutritional needs for nursing – including Postnatal Supplements formulated for energy and mood support plus nutrients for your baby’s development*.

This post was created in partnership with our friends at New Chapter.

On Oct. 27, 2019, I became a mom. A moment I’ll cherish forever. I gave birth to my daughter Adeline Kay, a healthy baby who is now 3 months old. I’m happy to share that after a long journey to conceive, I was blessed with a healthy pregnancy and a smooth labor and delivery and am recovering well and feeling good overall.

Today, I’m sharing my postnatal plan with you as well as my supplement regimen, including how it’s impacted my recovery from pregnancy and childbirth and how it’s supporting breastfeeding. My hope is that this post will be informative for other new moms and moms-to-be.

Prior to Adeline’s birth, I researched the topic of nutrition and supplements for recovery and breastfeeding and wrote out a plan individualized to my lifestyle and needs. I knew I wanted to give it my all at exclusively breastfeeding my baby and also take the appropriate measures for myself to ensure that I properly recovered from pregnancy and childbirth. So often I think we focus so much on staying and being healthy during pregnancy that we lose sight of the importance of postnatal health and well-being – including mental health and physical health. It really is just as important! In addition, a mothers diet and supplementation has an incredible impact on the overall nutrient profile of breast milk. An adequate diet and supplement regimen is essential the baby’s health and development.

Below I share some of the actions I took prior to Adeline’s birth, what I’m currently doing as well as what Postnatal Supplements I’m taking daily.

Actions I took prior to Adeline’s birth:

  • Stocked my freezer with easy ‘slow cooker to freezer meals’, energy bites and muffins. Also, I ordered pre-made meals from The Good Kitchen to stock my freezer with.
  • Worked ahead. I put in extra hours this summer so that I could have 2-3 months of blog posts scheduled. Also, a shout-out to Jess for keeping The Real Food RDs’ boat afloat while I’ve been learning my new role as a mom.
  • Cleaned and prepared my house for the baby. I’m happier when my house is clean. Side note: my water broke at home at 40 weeks + 2 days at 10:30 p.m. at night after a full day of deep cleaning.
  • Moved my body daily as long as I was comfortable doing so. Lots of walking.
  • Fueled my body with nourishing real food and wrote out a postnatal nutrition plan to encourage ongoing healthy eating habits after the baby was born. I wanted to make sure I had a plan in place so that I would consume enough calories and the right nutrients for breastfeeding and recovery.
  • Researched postnatal supplements.

Actions I’m currently taking:

  • Reaching out for help when needed and also accepting help. The support has been incredibly helpful with regards to my ability to stay mentally stable.
  • Using the power of “no” – no to work-related things, social gatherings, visitors, etc. Right now, not having too much on my plate is what I need and what my family needs as we figure out our new normal.
  • Consuming a diet that’s complete with a variety of whole, real foods and contains an adequate amount of quality protein, healthy fats, lots of produce (veggies and fruits) with enough overall calories to support recovery and breastfeeding. This is not the time to cut calories or restrict in an effort to lose weight! Sure, it would be nice to fit into my pre-baby clothes, BUT recovery and making sure my milk production is meeting Adeline’s needs takes priority, hands down.
  • When I cook, I make double so that we have leftovers. I’ll squeeze in an hour meal prep when I can.
  • Moving my body for my physical AND mental health. At about three weeks postpartum and with my doctor’s approval, I started walking again and also started pelvic floor exercises. At 6 weeks, I started easing back into working out with very simple movements. I’m currently following a postpartum workout program which includes pelvic floor movements, weight training, and some cardio.
  • Removing any guilt when Adeline is taken care of by someone else for a few hours. I’m a better mom when I fit in a little “me” time (even if it’s simply running a few errands). Plus, Adeline loves one-on-one time with her dad, grandparents, and aunties.
  • Setting no expectations for the day. I, of course, have things I would like to get done but I quickly learned that I have to take it day-by-day or even hour-by-hour because a newborn’s schedule is unpredictable. No need to feel defeated because I didn’t get through my to-do list!
  • Utilizing nap times. I’m not a napper. I’d rather go to bed early than take a nap. So during Adeline’s naps, I get as much done as I can whether it be working, working out, cleaning, taking care of the pups, etc.
  • Following my Postnatal Supplement regimen every day to ensure my body is receiving the nutrients it needs for optimal recovery and milk production so that I can continue to exclusively breastfeed.

Postnatal Supplements for Nursing Moms.

I first want to express the importance of “food first, supplements second.” You can’t out-supplement poor nutrition. Supplements are just that. They enhance or complete our diet when added to it. They don’t replace anything. A varied real food diet combined with an appropriate supplement regimen is what we encourage.

After your baby is born, your body’s need for nutrients like iron, folate, vitamin B6, and vitamin D3 increases – for recovery and especially for nursing. It is important to make sure you’re adequately consuming these nutrients through a varied, real food diet and supplementation. Here are the New Chapter Postnatal Supplements I’ve been taking daily to enhance recovery and support breastfeeding needs:

Perfect Postnatal™ Multivitamin

Perfect Postnatal™ Multivitamin delivers key vitamins and minerals needed and recommended for early motherhood and nursing mothers*.

Here’s why:

  • To aid in red blood cell production, whole-food fermented iron and methylfolate (the most active form of folate) are used*.
  • For supporting energy levels, you’ll find whole-food fermented B vitamins – studies also show that the B vitamins may help to offset stress
    and fatigue*.
  • A blend of organic superfoods including oats, turmeric, kelp, and chamomile are included which have been traditionally used to support the needs of breastfeeding mothers*.

Wholemega™ for Moms

The fatty acid DHA, which can be easily added to your diet with Wholemega™ for Moms fish oil supplement, is also essential for nursing mothers. You’ll like that this supplement comes in an easy-to-swallow soft gel and is made from sustainably harvested, Non-GMO Project Verified salmon oil that is fresh-pressed and extra-virgin making it a perfect whole-food alternative.

Here’s why:

  • Delivers 17 whole-food sourced omega fatty acids (3, 5, 6, 7 & 9s) including DHA & EPA and naturally sourced vitamin D3.
  • Supports healthy brain and eye development for baby during pregnancy and breastfeeding.*
  • Support mom’s positive mood and are heart-healthy.*

Iron Food Complex

Iron Food Complex is an easy-to-digest tablet that can be taken on an empty stomach. It is a whole-food fermented Iron which has numerous blood-bonding minerals and vitamins to support blood health.*

Here’s why:

  • Delivers whole-food complexed iron and blood bonding vitamins and minerals which come together to help support hemoglobin and myoglobin levels.*
  • Includes a good source of dual-fermented iron ideal for periods of blood loss including menstruation and childbirth.*

In addition to these three important Postnatal Supplements for nursing I also take the following daily:

  • Women’s Daily Probiotic to support vaginal and urinary health as well as digestive and immune health for myself and my baby.*
  • Fermented Vitamin D3 to ensure I’m meeting my needs for myself and my baby. I live in Minnesota so my time outdoors in the winter is very limited.
  • Collagen to support recovery from childbirth.
  • Majka Lactation Bites, which are made with ingredients that are known to support healthy lactation.

Why New Chapter® Supplements?

We choose New Chapter supplements because they’re a pioneering vitamin and supplement company from Vermont with Certified B Corp designation, so we know they’re as invested in their products as they are in the social and physical environment.

In addition to working for social change, public transparency, and legal accountability to balance profit and purpose, their goal is to support your ever-changing self-care journey with vitamins, supplements, and herbs designed with purpose and precision and grounded in proven science to provide you with superior supplemental nutrition that actually works.

Their supplements are formulated using Non-GMO, organic fruits and vegetables and other whole foods, and they are fermented with whole foods to improve their absorption.

In Summary, Your Postnatal Health Is Important…

For you and your baby. How you nourish your body and mind 100% impacts your recovery from pregnancy and childbirth as well as the health of your little one. A nourishing, real food diet paired with the right supplements is an important component of postnatal recovery and breastfeeding!

Where to find New Chapter vitamins

You can find New Chapter vitamins in stores and online from your favorite retailers including: 

  • Whole Foods
  • CVS
  • Amazon
  • Thrive Market
  • Local health food stores

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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This post was made possible by our friends at New Chapter. Although we received compensation for this post, the opinions expressed here are – as always – 100% our own. Thank you for supporting the great companies we work with thereby allowing us to continue creating great recipes and content for you.

About Stacie Hassing

Stacie is a Licensed and Registered Dietitian from rural southern Minnesota where she and her husband reside on 5 acres with their two pups, Walter & Lucy. She’s a creator of simple and wholesome recipes, a lover of nature, a crossfitter, a seasonal runner, and she’s on a mission to inspire as many as she can live a healthier and happier life from the inside out.





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Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal – The Real Food Dietitians

Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal – The Real Food Dietitians


Whether it’s a lazy weekend brunch or quick weeknight brinner, we’ve got you covered with this healthy Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal.

This post was created in partnership with our friends at Kalona Supernatural. 

A small white plate holds a serving of Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal topped with whipped cream and sprinkled with nuts.

An easy one-bowl recipe that comes together with just a few wholesome ingredients.

Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal is made with ingredients you may just have on hand. You’ll appreciate that it takes just 15 minutes (or less) to prep and in the oven, it goes. I personally prefer baked oatmeal over a bowl of oatmeal and that is because of the texture and how all of the delicious flavors come together. It’s sweetened ever so slightly with pure maple syrup and in combination with cinnamon, vanilla, and mixed berries it’s truly something scrumptious. I like to serve it warm, right out of the oven, with a dollop of whipped topping or yogurt on top!  You’ll be mmm’ing at every bite.

Whether it’s a lazy weekend brunch or quick weeknight brinner, we’ve got you covered with this healthy Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal. Made with @KalonaSN #sponsored Click To Tweet

A square white dish filled with Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal sits atop a wire cooling rack on a marble surface.

Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal is a dish to enjoy all year round.

This recipe calls for frozen berries, therefore it’s perfect to make all year one. I also want to note that it makes for a great meal prep recipe because it reheats nicely and you can even enjoy it cold if time is not on your favor and you need something quick. If you have another kind of frozen berries kickin’ around in your freezer, by all means, save yourself a trip to the grocery store and use what you have on hand.

Kalona Supernatural Organic Plain Kefir is being poured from a glass measuring cup into a bowl filled with rolled oats to make Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal.

You may have thought that kefir was just for drinking but it’s also great for baking. Whole milk kefir adds richness to baked goods and can be used in place of buttermilk in pancakes, waffles, muffins, and more. I love the flavor and nutritional benefits kefir adds to this recipe and I highly recommend you make it as the recipe calls, however, if needed feel free to substitute any milk of your choosing.

You can learn all about Kefir, what it is, and its benefits in our blog post, What Is Kefir?

A white square dish is filled with a berry-studded oat mixture to make our Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal.

Why Kalona SuperNatural™ Kefir?

Kalona works with small family farms to bring you delicious, certified organic cream-topped kefir from pasture-grazed cows. They deliver their dairy products in the most natural state possible. All Kalona SuperNatural™ Kefir meets these standards:

  • Non-homogenized
  • Grass-fed
  • Batch-pasteurized
  • Grade A
  • USDA Certified Organic
  • Kosher Certified

Find out if Kalona SuperNatural™ Kefir is available in a store near you, here.

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It’s time to give this satisfying and nutrient-rich Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal a try!

I can’t wait for you to serve yourself up a piece of this baked oatmeal.

And if you’re looking for additional recipes that call for Kefir, try our Peanut Butter Banana Overnight Oats, Pumpkin Pie Overnight Oats or for something savory our Sweet Potato Nachos.

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Mixed Berry Baked Oatmeal

  • Author: Stacie Hassing
  • Prep Time: 15 mins.
  • Cook Time: 30-35 mins.
  • Total Time: 45-50 mins.
  • Yield: Serves 9 1x
  • Cuisine: Gluten-Free, Nut-Free, Vegetarian

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 375℉. Spray a 9×9-inch baking dish with cooking oil spray.
  2. In a bowl, combine all of the ingredients. 
  3. Transfer to the prepared 9×9-inch dish. Top with a few additional frozen berries, if desired.
  4. Bake for 30 minutes or until the center is just set. For a more firm, bar-like, oatmeal bake, bake for 33-35 minutes.
  5. Let set for 5 minutes before serving. 

Notes

*May substitute whole milk or non-dairy milk of choice if desired. 

Nutrition

  • Serving Size: 1/9th of recipe
  • Calories: 206
  • Sugar: 12g
  • Sodium: 90mg
  • Fat: 9g
  • Carbohydrates: 26g
  • Fiber: 3g
  • Protein: 5g

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Jessica is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist living in Boulder, CO with her hubby and two daughters. She’s been described as a ‘real food evangelist’ and loves sharing her knowledge with others to help them break free of the diet mentality and find their own food freedom. In her spare time she enjoys CrossFit, telemark skiing, mountain biking, teaching herself how to play the banjo and camping out under the stars.





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