Tagged: Kelsey Michelsen

Healthy Cooking on a Budget: Adding a Sprinkle of Nutrition to Holiday Baking

By Kelsey Michelsen, Dietetics Student, Sargent College The holiday season is in full swing and many of us will be spending time in the kitchen making our favorite desserts and dinners. Here are a few tips and tricks to help modify your favorite recipes to add nutrition and cut down on some of the added […]

Healthy Cooking on a Budget: Black Bean Burgers

By Kelsey Michelsen, Dietetics Student, Sargent College Beans are an easy and versatile protein alternative; filled with fiber, protein and other key nutrients try making beans the main event of your meal. These black bean burgers are great on top of salads, wrapped up in a whole wheat tortilla with vegetables or just eaten as […]

Healthy Cooking On A Budget: Salmon Made Simple

By Kelsey Michelsen, Dietetics Student, Sargent College Healthy Cooking on a Budget: Simple Pan Seared Salmon Cooking fish doesn’t have to be complicated, this week we quickly pan seared it, but you can also bake, broil or grill any sort of fish.  Regardless of how you make it, including fish in your weekly dinner schedule […]

Healthy Cooking on a Budget: Black Bean Vegetarian Chili

By Kelsey Michelsen, Dietetics Student, Sargent College Photo credit to BU Today This week in Healthy Cooking on a Budget, we made a Black Bean Vegetarian Chili. Chili is a fall and winter staple; it’s quick, easy and loaded with flavor. This particular recipe was modified to include more vegetables (double than the original recipe […]

Healthy Cooking On A Budget: Money Saving Isn’t Just About Clipping Coupons

By Kelsey Michelsen, Student, Sargent College In class this week we went over meal planning and grocery shopping.  One of the most helpful things you can do before you go grocery shopping is plan out your meals.  This will help you make the right choices on what food to eat and give you a definite […]

Real World Learning: Healthy Cooking on a Budget

By Kelsey Michelsen, Sargent College RD Laura Judd‘s class Healthy Cooking on a Budget is geared for  you, the average college student. You’re busy and you’re hungry, and this class will teach you how to make a quick and filling meal without packing on the pounds. You’ll also learn how to grocery shop and how […]