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Suppers for Savvy Seniors

Easy-to-prepare recipes keep meals light

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Suppers for Savvy Seniors

This month’s recipes are especially designed for seniors. Each one is easy to make and is just enough to serve one or two people. They provide lots of fundamental nutrition, which is important if these are the only meals a senior makes in a day.

This month’s recipes are especially designed for seniors. Each one is easy to make and is just enough to serve one or two people. They provide lots of fundamental nutrition, which is important if these are the only meals a senior makes in a day.

The recipes use easy-to-prepare ingredients, including frozen vegetables, which often contain equal or more nutrients to fresh. The vegetables are picked at peak ripeness and flash frozen, losing very little nutrient value in the process. Meanwhile the canned tomatoes called for provide a powerhouse of vitamins and phytochemicals along with simple convenience.

Discover delicious Red Hot Tomato Soup, which can be made in less than 15 minutes. Or prepare refreshing Sweet Spring Pea Soup with Mint, and serve it warm or chilled. You’ll also find versatile dishes that can be used for brunch, lunch, or dinner, depending on the senior cook’s energy level. These suppers for savvy seniors are sure to please.

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