Springtime Foods for SeniorsFeb 25, 2021 ● By Trail Ridge Senior Living Community
By: Trail Ridge Senior Living CommunityIt’s an exciting time of year – we are starting to see the sun again and the snow is melting. Spring is almost here! The first day of spring is on March 20 this year. With the change of season and weather, you might feel like it’s time to change your food choices as well.
Chili and soup might not be the best meal when the temperatures are rising so, why not add some fresh, colorful new food into your diet this spring season. See below for a few springtime foods for seniors: Chocolate Covered Bananas:
A great way to eat healthy plus, cure your sweet tooth at the same time is with chocolate covered bananas—delicious bite-sized treats. Cut a banana in small chunks and stick a popsicle stick into them to hold. Then, dip them in melted chocolate.
Place the dipped banana chunks on a piece of wax paper and place in the freezer. Wait until the chocolate has hardened and then get to snacking! Yum. Kale Caesar Salad: While kale is one of the trendiest foods lately, it actually has a lot of health benefits as well.
One of the main benefits is that it has a positive effect on people’s mood. What a better way to celebrate the newly found sunshine than adding a food that impacts your mood in a good way to your diet! Try this Kale Caesar Salad from A Place for Mom. Infused Water: While this isn’t quite a snack, technically, it is a healthy change to make in your life. A great way to drink more water is to infuse it! Try adding cucumbers, strawberries, lemons, limes or any of