Healthy Habits Start with Mushrooms
Let your 2019 healthy habits start with mushrooms!
Happy New Year, mushroom friends!
If “health” is on your list of resolutions this year, the mighty mushroom is the answer. Eating healthier doesn’t mean eating less deliciously. Mushrooms are full of umami, savory flavor, but are low in calories and sodium. If you’re looking to “add” more to your plate, consider that mushrooms are a source of antioxidants and B vitamins, which can help to provide energy by breaking down proteins, fats and carbohydrates.*
Check out the full list of mushrooms’ nutrition benefits and find one that fits your new year needs and resolutions.
Show us how mushrooms fit into your resolutions by tagging us on social media: @mushroomcouncil. Let your 2019 healthy habits start with mushrooms.
Kale and Basil Pesto Zoodles with Mushrooms
These zoodles are full of bold flavors. Ideal for a light lunch or dinner, they can stand as a meal on their own or be served as a side with grilled fish or chicken.
Egg Mushroom Kale Skillet
Put a twist on the classic egg and mushroom pairing in this delicious, pan-seared skillet. Start your your day the healthy way.
Shiitake Mushroom and Smoked Tofu Stir Fry
This stir fry is loaded with fresh vegetables. A hint of orange and honey add a pleasant balance to the soy sauce. The earthy shiitake mushrooms and smoked tofu finish off the dish with deep, rich flavors.
Broccolini Mushroom Salad
If you’re looking for a dish that’s super simple and delicious, look no further! A savory soy and garlic sauce tops mushrooms and broccolini for an ultra-satisfying side dish.
Pan-Roasted Mushroom Salad
You’re just 15 minutes and a few ingredients away from this simple salad that’s packed with flavor and nutrients.
Mushroom Spinach Homemade Sausage Patties
Lighten your breakfast by blending roasted and finely chopped mushrooms with chopped spinach and pork. These sausage patties are paleo, Whole-30 and easy to make ahead.
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*U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, USDA Nutrient Data Laboratory. 2009. USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference www.ars.usda.gov/nutrientdata.