English Muffin Breakfast Help Caregivers When Going Through Cancer Treatment
I like an English muffin breakfast for a quick nutritious start to the day. However, when going through cancer treatment – caregivers are invaluable for optimum quality of life. If you are wondering what can you do for a loved one when they are going through treatment, a good way to support them is to bring over prepared food. Easy caregiver recipes for cancer patients are helpful and everyone in the family adores my Florentine English muffins. My English muffin breakfast sandwich from my practical cancer cookbook makes the perfect start to the day or quick snack for cancer patients or the family. With only five ingredients, nutritious and delicious, this will quickly become one of your favorite quick breakfast ideas. A great breakfast recipe that freezes also.
Florentine English Muffins from Holly Clegg’s Eating Well Through Cancer cookbook
Creamed spinach and mozzarella on muffin halves make a quick breakfast. Top with fresh tomato slices, if desired. This English muffin recipe is a good option when going through chemotherapy cancer treatment.
Makes 10 servings
2 (10-ounce) packages frozen chopped spinach
1 tablespoon all-purpose flour
1 cup skim milk
Salt and pepper to taste
5 English muffins, cut in half
1 cup shredded, part-skim Mozzarella cheese
1. Cook spinach according to package directions, drain very well.
2. In nonstick pot, mix flour and milk over medium heat, stirring until thickened, about 5 minutes. Stir in spinach and season to taste.
3. Lay English muffin halves on baking sheet. Divide spinach mixture evenly on top of muffins. Top each muffin with mozzarella.
4. Preheat broiler. Place under broiler for 2 minutes, or until cheese is melted and muffin begins to brown. Watch carefully.
Nutrition information per serving: Calories 123, Protein 8 g, Carbohydrate 18 g, Fat 3 g, Calories from Fat 19%, Saturated Fat 1 g, Dietary Fiber 2 g, Cholesterol 8 mg, Sodium 227 mg, Diabetic Exchanges: 0.5 lean meat, 1 starch, 1 vegetable
Terrific Tip: Before cooking, wrap individually in freezer zip-top bags, label, and freeze.
Nutritional Nugget: Did you know spinach is high in Vitamin C? Vitamin C is an antioxidant and water-soluble vitamin that plays an important role in growth and tissue repair.
Keep In Freezer This Recipe For Easy English Muffin Breakfast Sandwich
This Florentine English Muffin breakfast recipe from my Eating Well Through Cancer cookbook is only 5 ingredients and one of the simplest caregiver recipes. Florentine English Muffins are light and low fat and make a great snack, breakfast, light lunch or dinner. They keep in the freezer to quickly pop out when you want something to eat.
This recipe is actually from the Day of Chemo chapter which includes lighter and easy-to-make recipes. Bread Pudding Florentine is another breakfast casserole that is great to eat on all week-nutritious and delicious! I have lots of easy caregiver recipes for cancer patients. You’ll find easy recipes and this book a wonderful resource of information as you go through cancer treatment.
Disposable Items Best To Use With Caregiver Recipes
Bring Disposable Containers With Caregiver Recipes
Another excellent tip I like to encourage when bringing over a meal as a caregiver is to bring the food in disposable containers that you do not expect to be returned. This helps relieve the cleaning and takes the pressure off trying to keep up and return dishes. Paper plates and disposable utensils are also helpful. Cooked food that freezes like my Chicken Parmesan makes another healthy easy recipe for a Caregiver to bring to a loved one. Being able to freeze food allows the cancer patient to eat food on their time frame. Also, if food is cooked somewhere else, the smell of food can’t bother the cancer patient. My Caregiver Chapter in Eating Well Through Cancer gives so many caregiver tips. These tips provide great information that is so important during this challenging time.
Florentine English Muffin Recipe Rich in Nutrition For Nutritious Food For Cancer Patients
You know spinach is chocked full of nutrition by its vibrant rich green color – concentrated in phytonutrients and flavonoids, offering healthy antioxidant protection. Spinach is high in the antioxidant Vitamin C which plays an important role in immunity, collagen formation, growth and tissue repair. This recipe fits into a diabetic friendly meal plan and choose whole wheat English muffins for an added fiber boost. Think also about adding spinach to whatever you are making. If a recipe calls for two cups spinach, try adding 4 cups to boost nutrition. Look for baby spinach in the store because baby spinach is more tender.
Great Ideas For Caregivers To Bring Over Cooked Food- Easy Caregiver Recipes Like My English Muffin Breakfast Sandwich Perfect For Everyone in the Family!
These are my Eating Well cookbooks when you have a specific condition. However, you can take the condition off the title of the book and you really just have everyday practical healthy recipes for the entire family. The recipes are divided into chapters to serve as a resource for the best food to eat when experiencing the different food challenges. Cooking can be challenging if you don’t feel well or busy and my healthy easy recipes are made with everyday ingredients. Start eating healthy to live healthy!
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