Pork and sauerkraut with carrots and potatoes

In by Morgan Hoover

Pork and sauerkraut is a German dish traditionally served with potatoes. It's commonly served on New Year's Day in Germany and also in Pennsylvania, where many Germans immigrated in the 1600s-1800s.While red meats are often fatty and pricey, pork loin is relatively lean and inexpensive. Pork is delicious with sauerkraut, which is fermented cabbage that provides a salty flavor and keeps the pork juicy. We added some carrots for extra fiber for digestion, vitamin A for eye health, and many other micronutrients.For more texture variety, you can also use a microwavable baked potato to eat separately or put the pork and sauerkraut on top.

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Balsamic feta & spinach breakfast bake

In by Rachel Dreher

Start your morning out with a TON of protein and fiber to keep you full and satisfied for hours. This recipe meal preps for 3 or 4 breakfasts depending on how big you cut your pieces. Also a good way to use up leafy greens! This was cooked in an air fryer/oven combo.