Recipes recommended during pregnancy
Anything you eat or drink as a pregnant woman gets to your baby. Expectant mothers need to eat well to ensure they are healthy as well as the baby. When it comes to eating a balanced diet when pregnant, it can be challenging due to all the crazy cravings. Regardless of the challenges, you can stick to your healthy eating habits. You need to have a recipe in place to ensure you stick to your diet plans. Some minerals and vitamins can be useful for the growth of your child.
It is crucial for every pregnant focus on to focus on the quality of the diet than your cravings. You are feeding two people, and you need more nutrients to boost the development and growth of your unborn baby. Check these recipes that have diets for pregnant woman.
Toasted Almonds, dried fruit with kale salad
Here is what you need:
- A bunch of eight but large leaves of curly kale
- One cup of lightly toasted chopped almonds
- Three ounces or 90 grams of dried cranberries
- A quarter a cup of sliced dried figs
- Balsamic vinegar, ¼ cup
- Garden-fresh ground pepper and salt
- Minced shallot, one tablespoon
- Half cup of shaved Parmesan cheese
- Half cup of extra virgin oil
How to prepare
Rinse your kale and spin dry it in a salad spinner or pat dry it using paper towels. Get rid of hard stems then split the leaves into pieces of bite size. Put the split kale leaves in a serving bowl. Add the figs, cranberries, and almonds. Mix the shallot with vinegar, 1/8 teaspoon of pepper, and ¼ teaspoon of salt. Gently mix in the olive oil. You may taste it and fine-tune the flavor. Add half vinaigrette to the kale mixture and sprinkle to coast. The next thing is to taste and add some vinaigrette and leave it for about 20 minutes before sprinkling your Parmesan over the salad and then serving.
Baby Corn Stir-Fry and broccoli
Here is what’s needed:
- Eight toasted cashews
- Two tablespoons of oil
- One tablespoon of corn flour
- French beans, two tablespoons
- Broccoli, ¾ cup
- A nip of sugar
- Half tablespoon powder of black pepper
- Baby corn, 1/3 cup
- Onions (1/3 cup)
- Finely sliced garlic, one tablespoon
- Capsicum, one cup
- Heat your oil on a high flame in a fire and add the garlic then cook at least one minute
- The next thing is to add and stir-fry the rest of the vegetables.
- Combine corn flour with water, half cup. Add it to the vegetables. After that, add flavor, then cook for one minute. Serve it hot with toasted cashews.
These are not the only recipes recommended for pregnant moms. You can find many more others. Although you may have cravings that you wonder what to eat and what not to eat, you can still eat healthily. No matter how crazy your cravings are, ensure to stick to your schedule. Always avoid eating for two and consider eating healthy.