Thrive Kitchen: Weeding Through the Internet for Recipes
If you've ever gone in search of a recipe on the internet, chances are you've turned up a slew of options. But just like every other category on the internet, there are winners and losers.
For example, some bloggers post up recipes of their own, but they may not have been tested thoroughly and may not turn out. Other recipes may be absolutely delicious...and loaded with fat and calories and zero nutritional value.
When you're working to maintain health to prevent cancer or during or after treatment, it's important to find and use recipes from a reliable source -- one that's also taking into account the nutritional aspects of a meal. There are plenty of these options out there too, but one we especially like as American Cancer Society.
ACS's recipe library includes a ton of great recipes that have simple ingredient lists, are relatively easy to make and have complete nutritional details right up front. This month's tasty entry is a Spinach-Ricotta Stuffed Portobello Cap. (Yep, the still include plenty of cheese.)