Macro Friendly Mondays — Roasted Root Veggies!

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Ever since trying Kim Hoeltje’s recommendation on roasted radishes, I’ve been experimenting with different roasted root vegetables. Parsnips are another favorite, so I added them to the mix. I also saw Won post a while back about rutabaga and really wanted to try that as well. I had some leftover carrots, so I threw those in too! You can mix and match however you prefer; I do a total of 4 ounces. These are lower in carb, so I pair them with 5 ounces of sweet potato fries along side my main dish. Which, if you’ve seen my last two #MacroFriendlyMonday posts on Instagram (or this one on the blog), you know has been a CutDaCarb wrap or sandwich of some sort. I have a new recipe utilizing them this week, so stay tuned for that!

👩🏻‍🍳 Instructions:
Dice root veggies into small cubes, sprinkle with seasoning of choice, then roast on a sheet lined with aluminum foil sprayed with cooking spray at 385°F for 20 minutes, tossing halfway through cooking. I sprinkled with Cavender’s Greek seasoning this week. You could also make them sweet by sprinkling with cinnamon and Splenda or sweetener of preference.

PSA: While I use macro tracking as a starting point with some of my clients, my #MacroFriendly posts can be used as as ideas for those who use a #MindfulMacros approach (AKA not tracking, but structuring meals based on how their body responds best to protein, carbs, and fat) as well. This is the goal place for some to reach after they learn the ropes by tracking for a period of time. For some of my clients who don’t want to track for one reason or another, we start with the mindful macros approach. Remember, there is no right or wrong way to find your forever way to eat! If you are interested in joining my #MealMasteryMentorship, email me! We can set up a free discovery call! The goal of my coaching is to get you to a place where you no longer need a coach.


Reader Questions:
1️⃣ Have you tried root veggies before?
2️⃣ What’s your favorite way to prepare them?


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