Pantry Solutions for Healthy Eating Plans: Baking Items

by Sami

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baking-itemsI’ve been waiting for this in our pantry solutions for healthy eating plans series. The journey continues in week six with: Baking Items.

I know, I know…some of you are very hesitant to even touch this topic. You’re saying,
“Sami, I’ve been with you through the beans and the ketchup, but don’t touch my desserts!”

Baking is a very sweet time to many of us, especially those of us with little ones; it’s a simple way to bring joy into their lives and spend some real quality time with them.

But by rethinking what you’re baking with, you’ll actually be enhancing both your help and your relationship with your family. By showing your kids what goes into those baked goods, you’re laying a foundation for health that is paramount for them to understand as they get older and begin to make health decisions on their own.

These weekly videos will walk you through pantry organization to help you learn what’s hurting your health and replace those with healthy foods to eat! As a reminder, we’re helping you along the road to healthier eating by examining the following pantry items:
-Canned Goods
-Baking Products

Watch our video below to learn what you can keep and what you should re-consider before baking again.

Healthy Eating Plans: Baking Items

This journey isn’t just about pantry organization, but it’s about healthier eating. I’m glad you’re sticking with us as we help you bring health to your home!

Remember to visit for more in-depth information, as well as great health tips and recipes.

How are you doing in your kitchen? What products have you been able to replace? Are you willing to rethink your baking?

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1 comment

Pantry Solutions for Healthy Eating Plans: Snacks | Sami Cone September 22, 2010 - 10:33 am

[…] examining the following pantry items: -Cereal -Breads/Grains -Pasta/Rice -Condiments -Canned Goods -Baking Products -Snacks […]

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