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Healthy Cooking is a series of cooking classes throughout the year that feature different themes, cooking techniques, and aspects of proper nutrition.

This program combines both lecture and hands-on experience in the kitchen. No kitchen or nutrition experience is required and the best part is you get to eat what you make! Registration is required; please click on the date to sign up for the session you wish to attend. 

 

2016 Healthy Cooking Dates

February 10 at 6:30 PM  in Klehm Hall Room 2309

Do not let those Valentines Day cravings knock out your New Years Resolutions. Come to Healthy Cooking 101 and try some healthy, decadent desserts. Easy substitutions and healthy alternatives make these recipes more yum with less "oh no what have I done?" Bring your best pal or loved one to celebrate the holiday.

Recipes from this session.

 

March 8 at 7 PM in Klehm Hall Room 2309

Looking to spice things up? At this point in the year, you are probably in a dinner rut! Come to Healthy Cooking 101 learn healthy, tasty, Tex-Mex dishes to try at home. 

Recipes from this session. 

 

April 6 at 6:30 PM in Klehm Hall Room 2309

Breakfast. It is the most important meal of the day. It powers us through our first class and gives our metabolism a jump start. It can be a challenge to get breakfast every day if you do not leave yourself enough time in the morning. Come to Healthy Cooking 101 and learn healthy breakfasts recipes for the last minute mornings.

Recipes from this session. 

 

Don’t hesitate to sign up for the sessions, as each class fills up quickly! For more information about Healthy Cooking 101, e-mail herc-nutritioned@eiu.edu