The New Year has started which means that many of us have created resolutions to eat healthy. The good news is from a cooking perspective, there are many products that are available to you that will make your goals closer in hand. My favorite finds for ways to cook and eat healthy are below.
CHOP SALAD SHEARS
Trying to eat well means eating lots of salads. Since there are a ton of varieties of lettuce and ingredient combinations, it really comes down to how creative you can be. Using this chopper will make the salad a little more special and like those you have in restaurants.
Save your cooktop by using this splatter screen. Even when not using oil, stocks or any liquid can splash onto your stove. Easy clean-up with this silicone lid:
Portion control helps to stay on your mission. Use this easy to use bagel slicer to cut thin slices of your bagel every time:
WATER BOTTLE INFUSER
We all know how important it is to drink lots of water whether you are watching your calories or not. Try this infuser to flavor your water with any fruits or herbs. Fresh flavor every day!
No need to make mushy, unappetizing vegetables if you use this super handy vegetable steamer. Easy storage too.
WATER HYDRATION BOTTLE
Easily transportable water bottle that holds 24 ounces of liquid. Double walled to keep it cold longer.
24-Ounce Hydration Bottle
FRESH HERB SAVER
Watching what you eat doesn’t mean no flavor. Fresh herbs make all the difference when cooking. This fresh herb saver will keep your herbs flavorful and green for up to two weeks. Herb Savor
Such a delicious fruit and healthy fat but can be messy to slice. This tool will help you use avocado in so many recipes.
GRAVY OR FAT SEPARATOR
Save calories by removing fat from your meat dishes without losing flavor with this useful separator. Rated #1 by Cook’s Illustrated and as his favorite by Christopher Kimball, founder and editor of Cook’s Illustrated and America’s Test Kitchen.
Eating salads are always good when the lettuce is crunchy and fresh. Use this spinner to remove any water to help maintain that crisp salad. You can also use this for drying herbs and even fresh fruit.
And a bonus favorite find to help you keep your resolutions outside of the house too!
MEALS TO GO CONTAINERS
I wrote a post in the Fall about useful containers to carry your healthy meals with you to school or work. Click here to learn more about them.
Wishing everyone a Happy and Healthy New Year!