Summer Survival Tips (Hacks for BBQs & More) on the Hungry Girl Podcast!
It’s Memorial Day weekend, a.k.a. the unofficial start to cookout season! On the latest episode of Chew the Right Thing!
, Lisa and her hungry pals share how to BBQ
the right thing at your next summer soiree. Listen in for…
⭑ the simple secret to the best corn on the cob EVER
⭑ tricks to avoid endless eating
⭑ how to build the best plate at a BBQ
⭑ calorie-saving hacks for cookout staples
… and so much more!
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A well-stocked pantry is a must, and we’ve definitely got some favorites! Keep reading for the smart shelf-stable food finds we can’t do without…
No protein in the fridge? Don’t get caught empty handed! From meal starters to mix-ins to on-the-go meat snacks, we’ve got you covered…
The Right Kind of Carbs
A big tub of old-fashioned oats is a given, but we also enjoy protein-packed pancake mixes for a fast flapjack breakfast with a little something extra. Other staples: light English muffins, high-fiber tortillas, and our new favorite rice find…
Canned (& Boxed) Goods
When it comes to basics, canned tomatoes, salsa, and canned beans are no-brainers. In addition to those, we’re all about pumpkin, a shelf-stable noodle swap, and, of course, low-calorie soup. (It's the heat 'n eat mini meal that always has your back!)
What's in YOUR snack stash? We always have nuts on hand, plus crunchy bean snacks, freeze-dried fruit, and roasted seaweed packs!
Bunches of Bars
Emergency food at its best! Cereal bars and protein bars are classic -- we stick with ones under 250 calories. For times when we just need a little something to take the edge off our hunger, mini bars save the day. And for a sweet-tooth fix, crispy marshmallow bars do the trick.
HG Heads Up: We’re off for Memorial Day, so there will be no email this Monday (5/27). We’ll be back on Tuesday with a big breakfast recipe you’ll flip over!
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