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  • Eat Your Way Through A Healthy Day, Part IV: Dinner

    By Nick on Friday, March 13, 2015

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    ​We’ve tasted protein-rich muffins for breakfast, sipped on savory black bean soup for lunch and snacked on pears, cheese and healthy no-bake cookies for an afternoon pick-me-up. Now, we’re ready to seal the deal with a delicious dinner entrée: mini prosciutto-wrapped turkey meatloves, courtesy of Becca Boyd and her blog, Homebeccanomics.

    If you’ve followed us throughout our “Eat Your Way Through A Healthy Day Series,” you know a little something about Becca’s recipes: they taste delicious, and they support healthy living—a value we happen to share with our “master chef.” Becca’s recipes will keep you eating healthy, and our shoes will keep you walking healthy, promoting positive foot, leg and back health.
     

     

    Ready for dinner? Fire up the stove! A delicious prosciutto and turkey dinner is waiting for you. 
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      MINI PROSCIUTTO WRAPPED TURKEY MEATLOAVES

      From Becca: Lastly, what’s for dinner? I used to teach my students that 60% of their calories should be eaten before 1 pm. If you think about it, why do we eat these huge dinners only to sleep all night? Dinner is usually the healthiest meal in our house (and thus, the one my 3-year-old daughter gives us the hardest time over). Here is a high protein dinner option that I’d serve with a tossed salad; to make a meal manageable and fun I expend extra energy on only one item. And lastly, make extra of these to freeze, and you’ll have lunch for next week as well!
      Makes 12
       
      Ingredients:
       
      1 tbsp. olive oil
      2 medium onions, chopped
      4 garlic cloves, minced or pressed through garlic press
      2 eggs
      1 1/2 dried thyme
      1 tsp. salt
      1/2 -3/4 honey mustard, divided
      1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
      2 2/3 lb. ground turkey
      1 c. lowfat plain Greek yogurt
      1 c. crushed saltine crackers (about 22 crackers) *
      12 slices prosciutto (6 oz)
      *Place them in a plastic ziplock bag and crush with a measuring cup or bowl.
       
      Directions:
       
      Heat oven to 450 degrees. Line a rimmed baking sheet with foil and place a cooling wrap on top. Spray cooking rack with nonstick spray.
      Heat oil in skillet and add onion. Saute over medium heat until softened and translucent, about 8 minutes. Add garlic and saute, stirring, until fragrant, about 1 minute. Remove from heat.
      In a smaller mixing bowl, whisk eggs, thyme, salt, and 2 tbsp. of the honey mustard to combine.
      In a larger mixing bowl, combine turkey, yogurt, onion/garlic, and cracker crumbs.
      Add egg mixture to meat mixture and stir to combine.
      With dampened hands, shape mixture into 12 loaves and place on prepared rack.
      Rub about 1 tbsp. of honey mustard on each loaf. Wrap with prosciutto.
      Bake in heated oven for 25 minutes. Let cool slightly and serve. To freeze, let cool completely and wrap each in foil wrap. Place wrapped loaves in a freezer gallon ziplock bag and freeze. To serve, thaw in fridge overnight and bake in 350 degree oven for 20 minutes or so or until thoroughly warmed through.
       
      "I hope you found something interesting in these recipes – no need to sacrifice taste in the name of healthy eating. A big thank you to Dansko for showcasing my work, yet another reason I love the company! Any healthy eating questions or to reach me for any reason, email me at bdilullo@gmail.com."
       

       

      [Photo Credits, All: Rebecca Boyd]

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  • Eat Your Way Through A Healthy Day, Part III: Afternoon Snacks

    By Nick on Tuesday, March 10, 2015

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    ​Now three recipes into our four-part blog series, we return with a pair of afternoon favorites: Cocoa Almond No-Bake Healthy Cookies and Pears with Blue Cheese and Honey.  You ate a delicious muffin breakfast and a scrumptious soup lunch—why stop now? Below, we share two snooze-busting snacks from guest culinary expert Becca Boyd and her blog, Homebeccanomics.

    Each recipe serves as part of our “Eat Your Way Through A Healthy Day Series,” which supports (…you guessed it!) healthy living. These tasty snacks will keep you moving all afternoon long—just like our shoes, which promote positive foot, leg and back health.
     

     

    Ready to fill your stomach with a delicious afternoon snack? Read on!
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      ​COCOA ALMOND NO-BAKE HEALTHY COOKIES

      From Becca: I prefer to eat an early lunch and a substantial mid-afternoon snack. When I go more than four hours without eating I tend to open my cabinets and eat anything I can get my hands on (aka, insert spoon in chocolate hazelnut spread). Please put down the 100 calorie snack packs and eat something with some punch! Here are two options – one’s easy to pack and the other is best enjoyed at home.
      Makes about 30
       
      Ingredients:
      2/3 c. unsalted roasted almonds
      30 dates, pits removed
      1/2 c. unsweetened coconut flakes
      2 tbsp. unsweetened cocoa powder
      1/2 tsp. kosher salt
      1 tbsp. coconut oil
      2 tbsp. maple syrup
       
      Directions:
      Pulse almonds in food processor until finely chopped.
      Add remaining ingredients. Pulse/process until combined, about 20 seconds.
      Roll into 1 inch balls and place on plate or cookie sheet. Freeze for twenty minutes. Once frozen, place in tupperware container or ziplock bag. Store in fridge or freezer.
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      ​PEARS WITH BLUE CHEESE AND HONEY
      Serves 2-4

      Ingredients:
      2 ripe pears, halved and core scooped out
      Chunk of blue or gorgonzola cheese
      Honey
      Directions:
      1. Slice and prepare pears. Crumble cheese over top. Drizzle with honey.
       
      Stay tuned for Becca’s final recipe: Mini Prosciutto Wrapped Turkey Meatloaves.

       

      [Photo Credits, All: Rebecca Boyd]
       

       

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  • Eat Your Way Through A Healthy Day, Part II: Lunch

    By Nick on Wednesday, March 04, 2015

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    ​On Monday, we introduced home cook, blog aficionado and culinary writer Becca Boyd, who maintains a mouth-watering recipe site entitled Homebeccanomics. Over the course of the next several days, we will continue our journey through a day of healthy eating, courtesy of Becca’s creative cooking mind. If you enjoyed her warm and tasty Chocolate Banana Protein Muffins, wait until you try her Black Bean Soup with Bacon and Cilantro!

    By eating your way through Becca’s recipes, you will fulfill her goal—and ours!—of pursuing a healthy lifestyle. Our shoes promote positive foot, leg and back health, and Becca’s recipes fill you up with tasty goodness; a win-win combo.

    Go ahead, grab a soup pot and a spatula—you have some cooking to do!

     

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      ​BLACK BEAN SOUP WITH BACON AND CILANTRO

      From Becca: Next up—lunch! I eat a lot of soup in the cooler months, as I find it’s the best (low calorie) way to fill me up and warm me up. Carve out an hour on Sunday afternoon and you’ll have lunch for the week, saving you time and money.
      Serves 4-6
       
      Ingredients:
       
      5 slices Bacon
      2 medium onions, diced
      4 garlic cloves, chopped
      1 1/2 tsp. dried thyme
      3 (15 oz) cans black beans, drained, 1 c. liquid reserved*
      1 3/4 c. chicken broth
      1 (28 oz can) whole, peeled tomatoes, chopped, in juice*
      1 tsp. ground cumin
      1/2 tsp. chili powder
      Big pinch cayenne pepper
      To Serve
      1/4 c. nonfat Greek plain yogurt
      1/3 c. fresh cilantro, roughly chopped
       
      *When you open the can of beans, hold the top on to keep the beans in the can and let the liquid pour out into a glass measuring cup. I got about 1/2 c. liquid from 1 can of beans.
      *You can use diced tomatoes here as well. I had whole, so I dumped the contents of the can into a mixing bowl and, using my hands, broke up the tomatoes into smaller pieces.
       
      Directions:
       

      Saute bacon in dutch oven or large soup pot over medium high until cooked. Transfer bacon to paper towels to drain. Remove most of the fat from the pan, leaving about 1 tbsp.

      Add onion, garlic and thyme and saute until onions are softened and lightly golden, 5-8 minutes. 3. Add beans, bean liquid, chicken broth, tomatoes (in juice), and spices. Place lid on pot and set heat to high.

      Bring liquid to boil and then take the lid off and reduce heat to low. Simmer 20 minutes to thicken and combine flavors.

      Transfer mixture to blender or food processor (or use immersion blender) to puree soup until smooth. Return soup to pot and heat over low heat.

      Chop cooled bacon and garnish sprinkle over servings of soup, along with a scoop of yogurt and freshly chopped cilantro.

      Stay tuned for Becca’s next two recipes: Cocoa Almond No-Bake Healthy Cookies and Pears with Blue Cheese and Honey. 

      [Photo Credits, All: Rebecca Boyd]

       

       

       

       

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  • Eat Your Way Through A Healthy Day, Part I: Breakfast

    By Nick on Wednesday, February 25, 2015

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    ​While scrolling through countless recipes on one of our favorite websites—local writer Becca Boyd’s food blog, entitled “Homebeccanomics”—our mouths watered, our stomach’s growled and our appetites grew. We can only assume this response happens frequently; through dozens of snacks, entrées and desserts, Becca takes readers on a culinary journey, all while supporting a healthy lifestyle.

    While we may not publish a blog with delicious recipes, we do share Becca’s appreciation for healthy living. By delivering feel-good footwear for chefs, teachers and countless other professionals who spend all day on their feet, we successfully promote positive foot, leg and back health, making a meaningful difference in the lives of our loyal fans. 
     
    So, in the spirit of “sharing something great,” we collaborated with Becca to jumpstart a four-part blog series. In each post, we will share a recipe from Homebeccanomics, starting with breakfast and ending with dinner.
     
    Go ahead … start baking! And while you’re waiting for your breakfast muffins to rise, check out the rest of Becca’s story—from her days as a culinary arts teacher to her experience as a mother of two.
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      CHOCOLATE BANANA PROTEIN MUFFINS

      From Becca: Muffins can be a great way to start to the day. Pair these with a grab-and-go fruit and a latte and you’ve got a high-protein, high-fiber (not to mention delicious) breakfast, fit for a king. Makes 16-18

      Ingredients:
       
      1 1/2 c. white whole-wheat flour
      1/2 c. chocolate protein powder
      1/4 c. dark unsweetened cocoa powder
      2 tsp. baking powder
      1/2 tsp. baking soda
      1/2 tsp. salt
      1/3 c. sugar
      2 eggs
      3 over-ripe bananas, mashed
      1/2 c. greek nonfat or lowfat (plain) yogurt
      1/3 c. canola oil
      1 tsp. vanilla
      1/2 c. walnuts, chopped
      1/2 c. bittersweet chocolate chips
       
      Directions:

      Preheat oven to 375 degrees
       
      In a medium bowl, whisk flour, protein powder, cocoa, baking powder, baking soda, and salt
       
      On a plate, mash bananas with a fork
       
      In a large bowl, whisk eggs, bananas, oil, sugar, vanilla, and yogurt until combined
       
      Fold dry ingredients into wet until halfway mixed
       
      Add walnuts and chocolate and continue to fold until just combined
       
      Spray two 12 c. muffin tins with nonstick spray or fill with paper liner
       
      Divide batter evenly between the holes, filling each about 2/3 of the way full
       
      Bake for 12-16 minutes, or until you touch the top of a muffin and it’s no longer wet
       
      Let cool in the tin for about five minutes, then remove to a wire rack to cool completely
       
      These will keep at room temperature for several days. They will freeze well; put them in bags of two and take them out as you need them for breakfasts on-the-go.
       
      Stay tuned for Becca’s next recipe: Black Bean Soup with Bacon sand Cilantro.

       

      [Photo Credits, All: Rebecca Boyd]

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  • Kickstart Your Daily Routine With Airman Annelise Rowe

    By Nick on Thursday, September 18, 2014

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    ​Meet Annelise Rowe. As a member of the Idaho Air National Guard, and as a dedicated lifestyle blogger, “Aunie” strives to stay active from sunrise to sunset. And she just so happens to wear Dansko shoes.

    Last fall, in search of a career kick-start, Aunie made a life-changing decision: the Boise, Idaho native enrolled in the Air Force, ultimately taking part in Basic Military Training. Aunie's experience forever changed the way she lived, worked, and operated, from mornings at home to afternoons in the office.

    “Military Training completely transformed my pursuit of excellence” Aunie responded. “I constantly found myself on the move while learning to push the boundaries of success. I can apply this mentality to so many every day lessons.”

    Today, Aunie supports development functions in the fundraising office of a local hospital, a role that has greatly benefitted from her experience in the military. She uses a standup convertible desk, which offers the option to stand or sit while working on her computer, and performs exercises, like squats or shoulder raises, in her office space. She refuses to let a desk, or a chair, or any other circumstance interrupt her pursuit of healthy living.

    To navigate busy days in the office, Aunie relies on the comfort and support of Dansko shoes. And while she owns several pairs of clogs, she wears our Sophie Sandal as her top choice for standing, walking and moving through the work day.

    “Dansko shoes just look so cute with all of my outfits,” Aunie said. “I wear them everywhere. Regardless of the setting, their quality is unmatched.”

    Just in time for a healthy autumn, and a new workday routine, we asked Aunie to map out a day in the life of Annelise Rowe. We hope you find time to practice these simple and straightforward fit tips! For more information about Aunie’s healthy lifestyle, visit AunieSauce.com.

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      1. Jumpstart your morning! My best days always happen after I make time to fit in a quick workout in the morning. A morning workout doesn't require waking up at the crack of dawn. Whether it's a brisk 30-minute walk, a few sets of push-ups and squats in your living room, or an awakening and relaxing 20-minute yoga session, get up that few minutes early to give your day (and body!) a jump-start.

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      2. Amp up your water. I try to drink a good amount of water each day, but sometimes it can seem like a lot! Each morning before breakfast, I drink 20 ounces of warm water with lemon. I try to drink a full 20-ounce bottle (or glass) of water before each meal. It helps me feel a little more full before I eat so I don't over-indulge. Also, the lemon works with your body to speed things up and keep your metabolism revved up all day!

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      3. Pack lunches. Each Sunday, I take about 10 minutes to throw a meal together in the slow cooker that can be divided up for the week's lunches. I try to eat 5-6 small meals a day. Oatmeal for breakfast, fresh fruit for a snack, protein and veggies for lunch, veggies or crackers for an afternoon snack, and protein, veggies and a little starch for dinner. There are so many combinations to make (especially if you cook in bulk in the slow cooker!) and they pack up so easily for a quick grab-and-go solution.

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      4. Exercise through the day—yes, at work! A couple times a day (typically when I need to leave my desk to refill my water or use the restroom), I'll do a couple reps of an exercise. I try to hit a different body part each day, and typically choose from squats, standing leg lifts, shoulder raises, side bends and calf raises. Each of these exercises is one that can be done without anyone noticing (should you work in a busy office environment, like I do). Exercising throughout the day keeps my heart rate up and keeps me awake and alert!

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      5. Don't fall for the afternoon slump. Feeling tired around 2-3 pm? Skip the energy drinks and instead opt for a hot or iced green tea. Brewed green tea offers antioxidants and has even been suggested to help lower cholesterol and the caffeine can help to increase your metabolism. It's a pick-me-up and a healthy choice!

      To learn more about Aunie’s all-time favorite Sophie sandal, and the rest of our comfortable, supportive styles, visit Dansko.com.

       

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