Have you ever found yourself rummaging through your pantry and fridge in an effort to come up with a meal when you think you have nothing to cook? Well, we have some great ideas on utilizing Sweetwood Meat Snacks with some of your favorite recipes. Adding Sweetwood meat snacks is important if you’re active because added protein will help you maintain muscles and will support weight loss1.
Let’s be honest, Mac n Cheese is introduced to children because it’s easy to cook. Call it nostalgia, but we’re still huge fans as adults. The average box of Mac n Cheese can be made with a few simple ingredients that are in your fridge, but maybe you are craving an extra kick of protein after a long day. Solution: chop up a Fatty and sauté until they have a slight crispness to them. If you use the Jalapeno Fatty, which has fresh jalapenos nestled inside, your Mac n Cheese will get a much-deserved kick of flavor. Toss the sautéed Fatty pieces in and you’ve got a great dinner with an extra 12 grams of protein included.
According to Huffingtonpost.com, Pizza is one of the most popular foods in America. We agree. So, why not get inventive and put some Beef Jerky on a tasty pizza? Start with standard pizza dough and your favorite marinara sauce, then add your choice of veggies and cheese. Based on your preferences, choose a flavor of Sweetwood’s Grass-Fed Beef Jerky: either Sweet & Hot, Peppered, Teriyaki or Original. Bake at 425° for 12-18 minutes until reaching your desired crust crispiness, and enjoy!
Have you ever felt like your Breakfast Hash needed something extra? Maybe it’s the final day of a camping trip and you’re running low on supplies, or you have a big day ahead of you. Try this recipe that will add an extra 9-11 grams of protein to your morning. Sauté potatoes, onion, bell pepper, and jalapeno, then add in your scrambled eggs once the vegetables are to your liking. When your Breakfast Hash is almost ready, add your favorite flavor of Sweetwood Grass-Fed Beef Jerky – we suggest the Sweet & Hot Beef Jerky for an extra punch of heat.
Don’t be afraid to release your inner Top Chef, and let us know what you create! Happy cooking!
- Health.com “This Is How Much Protein You Really Need to Eat in a Day”