Memorial Day Roundup – What’s Grilling?

Memorial Day will look a bit different this year. Rather than gathering with friends and family, we are staying safe at home. But what isn’t different about this year, is that Memorial Day marks the start of grilling season! Change up your dinner plans this week with some grill-inspiration from FEED Nutrition!

Cedar Plank Salmon

Trying preparing your grilled salmon on a cedar plank to bring a smokey flavor to the dish. Eating fish, like salmon, may lower risk of heart attack and stroke because of the omega-3 fatty acids and low quantity of saturated fat. Pair with brown rice and your favorite vegetable.

Spicy Grilled Vegetable Tacos

We love a veggie star on the plate! With lots of cilantro, garlic, and spice,  you won’t miss the meat at all with Sara Haas’ flavor-packed Spicy Grilled Vegetable Tacos.

Grilled Flank Steak

Mix up our marinade, fire up the grill, and pair this flank steak with kale chips and sweet potatoes for a healthy and satisfying meal.

Simple Chicken Kebabs

Add diced chicken and your favorite vegetables to a skewer for simple and satisfying grilled chicken kebobs! Got extra skewers? Make fresh fruit kebabs– one of our 25 healthy snacks your kids will love!

BBQ Salmon Burgers

Switch up your usual beef or turkey burger with this tangy salmon version, which is full of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids!

The Sides

Apple, Cranberry and Almond Coleslaw

Our coleslaw is full of fiber with 5 g per serving!

Baked Sweet Potato Fries

Baked, not fried, these sweet potato fries have all the flavor without the extra fat.

Don’t forget dessert!

Grilled Peaches

After dinner, fire up the grill for this simple and delicious dessert that is low in sugar and topped with protein-packed Greek yogurt! Looking for more peach recipes? We’ve got you covered. 

Enjoy the holiday weekend with healthy tips and recipes from FEED!