Dinner Makeover: Kicking the Takeout Habit
Get a Jump on Dinner
Andi owned a slow cooker but rarely pulled it out, because she assumed that it was only for dishes with a lot of processed ingredients. She was thrilled when Charlyne told her that she could use it to make wholesome meals with meat and fresh vegetables—like white bean soup and squash lasagna. “It’s perfect for nights I need to have dinner ready when the kids walk in the door,” she says. And for the other times? Charlyne showed her a number of ingredients that she can prep up to a day in advance. (Click here for healthy slow-cooker recipes.)
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