- Calories: aim for 300 to 500 calories/entire meal (not per serving- be careful you make note of how many servings are in your frozen meal/skillet bag ).
- Fat: less than 30% of the meal (the fat calories should be less than 1/3 of the total calories). Most of the healthy labels have an appropriate amount of fat. But- just because your meal is ‘small’ doesn’t mean the fat calories are as well.. those little chicken pot pies can be a killer on the waistline.
- Protein: at least 15 to 25 grams/meal. Protein is like that of fiber- makes you feel full longer..takes longer to digest, so will stick with you- and prevent that hypoglycemic feeling until you can have your next snack.
- Dietary fiber: aim for 3 to 5 grams. Fiber helps keep you feeling full longer, so the more fiber the better. You can boost the fiber without adding many calories by adding in a cup or so of frozen carrots or broccoli to your frozen meal.
- Sodium: Eeeesh. This is a BIG one. Be careful with the sodium number on the label. Look for less than 600 milligrams/meal. So, again with being aware of the number of servings in your meal. All frozen meals have salt to maintain freshness (its a preservative), but the less the better.
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I would suggest to try vegetarian meals, which tend to be higher in fiber and lower in calories- and still yum! Kashi brand (my favorite, and a rockstar across the board) and Amy’s Kitchen both have several options- I actually brought Kashi’s Mayan Harvest Bake for lunch today. Keep in mind that organic meals don’t always mean low calories or less fat. Hello- organic cookies are still cookies, organic cheese crackers are still crackers, and organic chicken pot pies.. well.. you get the idea :) (Side note: Kashi has a food recall issue for some of their frozen pizza- click here for more deets.)
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Last week I was doing my daily browse of foodie blogs and came upon a meatball recipe. Wow, yum. Those look good. Date night came and we decided on Italian. I did the expected- ordered the meatballs.. and was really dissapointed. Yea- totally not worth my Italian dinner date night meal. Dangit. I decided within two bites I was more interested in my dinner salad (and who am I kidding, the bread basket..) and made plans to make meatballs- GOOD meatballs- this week for dinner.
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I planned ahead (well, duh.) and on Sunday when I was mentioning what was for dinner this week- his face was sort of scrunched in confusion. ‘What’s a slider?’ The only thing I could come up with was “mini-sandwich”, am I right? I actually have never had one- but it sounded good- and it sounds as good as it tastes. FireDad ate them up- and I got a second healping of vegetables on his plate, too :)
Heat cooking spray and olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add onions and cook for one minute. Add meatballs and brown for one minute. Pour in jar of marinara; shake pan gently to mix. Put on lid and allow to simmer for 20 minutes.
When ready to serve, cut each roll in half. Spoon 2 meatballs with the sauce onto the bottom bun; top with a wedge of Provolone and the top bun.