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60+ Easy Pantry & Freezer Meals for Quarantine

 

By Amy Gorin, MS, RDN

Need some ideas for easy freezer meals and pantry meals to cook up while you stay at home for a coronavirus quarantine? You can do some delicious freezer pantry cooking while you stay home!

 

I have to say that I've never put so much time and energy into getting groceries until recently, while I've been staying home to help save lives while under shelter in place orders due to the coronavirus. 

 

While stay at home orders have been in place from to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, I've scheduled FreshDirect deliveries weeks in advance, placed Whole Foods orders only to receive less than half my order, and scoured the web for hours looking for hard-to-find ingredients like yeast. Find out how to easily get groceries delivered during the pandemic.

 

And I know that in the New York City area, I have many more delivery options than many other people in the United States!

 

One thing I'm sure we all have in common: Our fridges, pantries, and freezers may be looking pretty slim right now. Easy freezer meals and pantry meals to cook up while you stay at home for coronavirus isolation, anyone?

 

Because it can be a challenge to put together nutritious, tasty, and balanced meals in times like this coronavirus quarantine period, I asked my registered dietitian and healthy recipe blogger friends for their best recipes that you can easily put together with the pantry and frozen ingredients that you have on hand.

 

Want 60-plus recipes to keep your belly fully and your spirits lifted while staying at home for a shelter-in-place order? Here are the best freezer meals and pantry dinners to whip up for your quarantine cooking.

 

You can even make cooking an outdoor activity by using the grill. When you're in coronavirus isolation to help prevent coronavirus in America, try these recipes.

 

Ready, set...I want to see all the delicious freezer and pantry meals that you cook up during your coronavirus quarantine!

 

And of course, if you've been in close contact with someone who has symptoms of COVID-19, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends getting tested. If you are diagnosed with quarantine, the CDC recommends considering quarantine to slow the spread of the virus.

Grab your quarantine food list to make these quarantine meals! There are lots of ideas for easy pantry recipes and make ahead freezer meals. #freezermeal #pantrymeal #quarantine #recipe #easyrecipe #dinner #lunch #breakfast #dessert #snackrecipe #frozen

Coronavirus Quarantine Breakfast Ideas

1. Gluten-Free Instant Pot Oatmeal

Have steel-cut oats, canned coconut milk, and pumpkin puree on hand? Then you'll love this recipe from Sarah Jane Parker, blogger at The Fit Cookie.

Make it: Gluten-Free Instant Pot Oatmeal

Pantry staples: steel-cut oats, canned coconut milk, canned pumpkin, vanilla extract, pumpkin pie spice, cinnamon, salt

2. Applesauce Blender Bread

When it comes to easy pantry meals, here's one for you. Whip up a loaf with almond flour, applesauce, coconut oil, and spices with this recipe from Allison Walker, RD and Allyson Boan.

Make it: Applesauce Blender Bread

Pantry staples: almond flour, coconut oil, unsweetened applesaucevanilla extract, baking powder, baking sodacinnamon, nutmeg, ground ginger, salt

3. Blueberry Peanut Butter Smoothie

This recipe is a staple in my kitchen and perfect to whip up while in quarantine. It takes just minutes to make!

Make it: Blueberry Peanut Butter Smoothie

Pantry staples: peanut butter, maple syrup

Freezer staples: frozen wild blueberries

4. Peanut Butter Oatmeal Pancakes

What's better than blender pancakes during coronavirus isolation? You'll need oats and peanut butter to make this recipe from Natalie Knezic, blogger at Natalie's Health.

Make it: Peanut Butter Oatmeal Pancakes

Pantry staples: quick-cooking oats, oat milkpeanut butter, vanilla extractbaking powdercinnamonsalt

5. Protein French Toast

You don't need maple syrup to enjoy French toast! This recipe from my kitchen has a special ingredient that comes from your freezer.

Make it: Protein French Toast

Pantry staples: whole-grain bread, cooking spray, pecansvanilla extract, Ceylon cinnamonnutmeg

Freezer staples: unsweetened frozen cherries

6. Blueberry Baked Oatmeal

The beauty of baked oatmeal is that it lasts for days! Give this recipe from Katie Scott, blogger at Chasing Vibrance, a try.

Make it: Blueberry Baked Oatmeal

Pantry staples: rolled oatsmaple syrupbaking powdercinnamonsalt

Freezer staples: frozen blueberries

7. Healthy Honey Banana Muffins

Wondering what to make with almond meal and oats? Try this recipe from Lauren Seserko, blogger at Breathe Deeply and Smile.

Make it: Healthy Honey Banana Muffins

Pantry staples: almond milk, cashew milk, olive oil, almond meal, honey crystalsbaking powder, vanilla extractcinnamonsalt

8. High-Protein Overnight Oats

Utilize frozen berries in this easy overnight recipe from my kitchen. 

Make it: High-Protein Overnight Oats

Pantry staples: rolled oatsvanilla extract, unsweetened cocoa powder, shredded coconut, pistachios

Freezer staples: frozen strawberries

9. Coconut Almond Granola

When it comes to easy quarantine meals, here's one for you! Make your own granola with this recipe from Lorie Yarro, blogger at Lemons and Zest.

Make it: Coconut Almond Granola

Pantry staples: rolled oatssliced almondsdried coconutmaple syrupbrown sugarcanola oilvanilla extractcinnamonsea salt

10. Peanut Butter Banana Overnight Oats

This breakfast from Seserko is peanut-buttery delicious. It's one of tastiest easy freezer meals!

Make it: Peanut Butter Banana Overnight Oats

Pantry staples: rolled oats, powdered peanut butter, almond milk, steviacinnamon

11. Easy Coffee Cake Muffins

The best part about these muffins from my kitchen is that they give you a little jolt of energy. Plus, they freeze well!

Make it: Easy Coffee Cake Muffins

Pantry staples: all-purpose flour, whole-wheat flourbaking powder, granulated sugar, instant coffeevanilla extract, cooking spraysalt

 

Grab your quarantine food list to make these quarantine meals! There are lots of ideas for easy pantry recipes and make ahead freezer meals. #freezermeal #pantrymeal #quarantine #recipe #easyrecipe #dinner #lunch #breakfast #dessert #snackrecipe #frozen

Coronavirus Quarantine Lunch & Dinner Main Ideas

12. Pantry Peanut Butter & Chickpea Soup

This recipe from Liz Weiss, co-author of The Moms' Guide to Meal Makeoversfeatures pantry staples such as peanut butter, brown rice, and canned chickpeas.

Make it: Pantry Peanut Butter & Chickpea Soup 

Pantry staples: extra-virgin olive oil, vegetable broth, canned tomato sauce, boil-in-a-bag brown rice, canned chickpeas, peanut butter, peanuts, turmeric, ground cumin, chili powder, curry powder, cinnamon, celery seed, ground black pepper

13. Quick and Easy Salmon Fritters

Cook up a quick meal with canned salmon, bread crumbs, mayo, and olive oil with this recipe from Alyssa Lavy, RD, co-author of Yoga, Food, and Mood.

Make it: Quick and Easy Salmon Fritters

Pantry staples: canned salmon, whole-wheat breadcrumbs, mayonnaise, garlic-infused olive oilground black pepper, salt

14. Buffalo Chicken Quesadillas

This recipe from Lavy features buffalo sauce, tortillas, and spices. You can sub in frozen chicken breast for fresh. It's one of the tastiest quarantine meals out there!

Make it: Buffalo Chicken Quesadillas 

Pantry staples: avocado oil, cooking spraybuffalo saucewhole-wheat tortillasgarlic powder

15. Mexican Macaroni and Cheese

Have a box of mac and cheese on hand? Then you can cook up this easy recipe from Joan Salge Blake, RD, author of Nutrition & YouIt's one of the easiest pantry meals to make while you stay at home.

Make it: Mexican Macaroni and Cheese

Pantry staples: boxed macaroni and cheeselow-sodium canned black beanschunky salsa

16. Taco Chili

Have a few cans of beans, plus canned tomatoes? Then you can whip up this recipe from Allison Knott, RD.

Make it: Taco Chili

Pantry staples: low-sodium vegetable broth, kidney beans, pinto beans, red beans, canned crushed tomatoes, canned tomatoes with green chilesolive oil, taco seasoning

17. Yellow Tadka Dal with Quinoa & Chickpeas

Make this meal from Hayden James, MA, RDN, CDE, with quinoa, canned garbanzo beans, and a yellow tadka dal pouch.

Make it: Yellow Tadka Dal with Quinoa & Chickpeas

Pantry staples: Trader Joe's yellow tadka dal, quinoacanned chickpeasolive oil

18. Vegetarian Rice Bowl

This recipe from my kitchen is ready in just minutes! It's one of my go-to easy freezer meals.

Make it: Vegetarian Rice Bowl

Pantry staples: brown rice, canned no-salt-added chickpeas, canned black olivesextra-virgin olive oil, ground black pepper

Freezer staples: frozen cut okra

19. 4-Ingredient Italian Wedding Soup

All you need to make this soup recipe from Holley Grainger, RD, is broth, frozen spinach, past, and frozen meatballs.

Make it: 4-Ingredient Italian Wedding Soup

Pantry staples: low-sodium vegetable broth, ditallini pasta

Freezer staples: frozen chopped spinach, frozen mini meatballs

20. Spaghetti Squash Burrito Bowls

If you can get your hands on a spaghetti squash, you'll just need canned black beans, canned corn, salsa, and a few other ingredients to whip up this recipe from Lizzie Streit, MS, RDN.

Make it: Spaghetti Squash Burrito Bowls

Pantry staples: canned black beans, canned corn, salsa verdeolive oilchili powder, cuminground black pepper

22. Spicy Harissa Bean Soup

If you have dried beans, olive oil, canned tomatoes, and a few other ingredients you can make this recipe from Rachael Hartley, RD.

Make it: Spicy Harissa Bean Soup

Pantry staples: mixed dried beansvegetable broth, canned diced tomatoesextra-virgin olive oil, harissa paste, dried thyme, dried basil, dried oregano

23. White Bean Pizza

If take-out isn't an option, make your own pizza! This recipe from my kitchen boasts protein from the white beans.

Make it: White Bean Pizza

Pantry staples: canned no-salt-added white beansextra-virgin olive oil, jarred minced garlic, naan bread, red pepper flakes

24. Spicy Quinoa and Black Beans with Pineapple

You'll need staples like quinoa, canned coconut milk, low-sodium vegetable broth, and black beans to cook up this meal from Hartley.

Make it: Spicy Quinoa and Black Beans with Pineapple

Pantry staples: quinoacanned coconut milkcanned black beans, salsa, cayenne pepper, salt

Freezer staples: frozen pineapple

25. Canned Tuna Pasta Recipe

Here's something to do with those cans of tuna. You'll also need pasta, jarred roasted red peppers, and minced garlic to create this recipe from Jodi Danen, RD.

Make it: Canned Tuna Pasta Recipe

Pantry staples: canned oil-packed tuna, linguine, jarred roasted red peppers, jarred minced garlicground black peppersalt

26. Kitchen Clean-Out Stir-Fry

You'll need brown rice, frozen veggies, and frozen edamame to whip up this dish from Jamie Lee McIntyre, MS, RDN.

Make it: Kitchen Clean-Out Stir-Fry

Pantry staples: cooking spray, soy sauce, ground gingergarlic powder, sesame seeds

Freezer staples: frozen cooked ricefrozen mixed vegetablesfrozen shelled edamame  

27. Pasta Cici

Have macaroni noodles, cici beans, and canned tomato puree? Then you can eat up this recipe from Rosanne Rust, MS, RD, co-author of Glycemic Index Cookbook for Dummies.

Make it: Pasta Cici

Pantry staples: canned tomato pureecanned chickpeas, elbow macaroniolive oil, dried oreganoground black peppersalt

28. Pizza Soup

If you can't get your hands on pizza dough, this soup from Lisa Andrews, MEd, RD, owner of Sound Bites Nutrition, is the next best thing.

Make it: Pizza Soup

Pantry staples: canned diced tomatoes, canned white beans, chicken brothdried oreganodried basildried rosemary 

Freezer staples: frozen chopped spinach

29. Italian Lentil & Rice Casserole

Have lentils, bread crumbs, and canned tomatoes? You can make this recipe from Laura Yautz, RDN, owner of Being Nutritious in Pittsburgh.

Make it: Italian Lentil & Rice Casserole

Pantry staples: vegetable brothbrown rice, dry brown lentilscanned diced tomatoes, Kalamata olives, Panko breadcrumbsolive oil, nutritional yeastdried oreganoground black peppersalt 

30. Teriyaki Soba Noodles

Craving Asian noodles? This recpe from Yautz hits the spot with soba noodles, frozen veggies, and frozen edamame.

Make it: Teriyaki Soba Noodles

Pantry staples: soba noodles, toasted sesame oil, corn starch, low-sodium soy sauce, rice vinegar, honey, red pepper flakessesame seeds

Freezer staples: frozen mixed vegetablesfrozen shelled edamame 

31. Quinoa and Bean Chili

You'll need staples like canned beans, sundried tomatoes, and quinoa to make this dish from Kitty Broihier, RD, co-author of The Everyday Low-Carb Slow Cooker Cookbook.

Make it: Quinoa and Bean Chili

Pantry staples: canned diced tomatoes, dried oregano

32. Instant Pot Chicken Fried Rice

You can use frozen mixed veggies in this recipe from Colleen Christensen, RD, nutrition blogger at No Food Rules.

Make it: Instant Pot Chicken Fried Rice

Pantry staples: ricevegetable brotholive oilsoy sauce, onion powdergarlic powder

Freezer staples: frozen mixed vegetables

33. Bean and Barley Veggie Chili

Ingredients like canned tomatoes and vegetable stock make this dish from Maria Adams, MS, MPH, RDN, owner of Halsa Nutrition, easy to whip up.

Make it: Bean and Barley Veggie Chili

Pantry staples: grapeseed oil, canned fire-roasted diced tomatoescanned black beans, vegetable stock, pearled barleychili powdercumindried oregano

34. Chicken Broccoli Devan

This recipe from Rebecca Clyde, RD, features cream-of-chicken soup.

Make it: Chicken Broccoli Devan

Pantry staples: canned cream-of-chicken soupcurry powdercooking sprayground black pepper, salt

35. Chickpea Meatballs

You'll need canned chickpeas, breadcrumbs, and Italian seasoning to make this recipe from Vespa.

Make it: Chickpea Meatballs

Pantry staples: canned chickpeas, breadcrumbsnutritional yeast, extra-virgin olive oil, Italian seasoninggarlic powder, smoked paprikaground black peppersalt

36. Slow-Cooker Vegan Chili

Utilize out-of-the-box pantry staples such as cocoa powder and coffee in this recipe from Melissa Altman-Traub, MS, RDN.

Make it: Slow-Cooker Vegan Chili

Pantry staples: olive oilcanned diced tomatoespinto beanskidney beanschili powderdried oregano, cumin

37. Creamy Vegetable Soup

If you have cashews, canned chickpeas, frozen veggies, and a few other ingredients you can make this soup from Jamie Vespa, RD.

Make it: Creamy Vegetable Soup

Pantry staples: canned chickpeaslow-sodium vegetable broth, raw cashewsextra-virgin olive oildried oreganoground black pepperkosher salt 

Freezer staples: mixed frozen vegetables

38. Healthy Chicken Pot Pie with Biscuits

This satisfying recipe from Maggie Farley, RD utilizes chicken broth and frozen veggies.

Make it: Healthy Chicken Pot Pie with Biscuits

Pantry staples: avocado oil, white whole-wheat flourlow-sodium chicken broth, celery seedgarlic powderground black peppersalt

Freezer staples: frozen vegetable medley

39. West African Peanut Stew with Chicken

Have chicken broth, peanut butter, canned tomatoes, and canned tomato past? Then you can whip up this recipe from Kara Lydon, RD.

Make it: West African Peanut Stew with Chicken

Pantry staples: olive oil, ricechicken brothcanned diced tomatoes, canned tomato pastepeanut butterpeanuts, smoked paprikacayenne pepperground black peppersalt

 

Grab your quarantine food list to make these quarantine meals! There are lots of ideas for easy pantry recipes and make ahead freezer meals. #freezermeal #pantrymeal #quarantine #recipe #easyrecipe #dinner #lunch #breakfast #dessert #snackrecipe #frozen

Coronavirus Quarantine Lunch & Dinner Side Ideas

40. Roasted Frozen Broccoli

You don't need much more than frozen broccoli to roast up this side from Lizzie Streit, MS, RDN.

Make it: Roasted Frozen Broccoli

Pantry staples: olive oilground black peppersea salt

Freezer staples: frozen broccoli florets

41. Spicy Okra Recipe

This recipe from Shahzadi Devje, RD, utilizes frozen okra, as well as pantry staples such as olive oil and spices.

Make it: Spicy Okra Recipe

Pantry staples: extra-virgin olive oil, paprikacumin, salt

Freezer staples: frozen cut okra

42. Citrus Salad Recipe

If you have quinoa on hand, this salad from my kitchen is super easy to make.

Make it: Citrus Salad Recipe

Pantry staples: quinoaextra-virgin olive oilhoney, diced prunes, dry-roasted almonds

43. No-Yeast Homemade Wheat Bread

If all your local stores are out of yeast, it's no problem thanks to this recipe from Angela Cardamome Campos, blogger at Marathons and Motivation.

Make it: No-Yeast Homemade Wheat Bread

Pantry staples: whole-wheat flourbaking sodasalt

44. Brussels Sprouts with Grape Honey Glaze

This recipe from my kitchen is so easy to make with frozen veggies. It's one of the best recipes to cook in quarantine.

Make it: Brussels Sprouts with Grape Honey Glaze

Pantry staples: 100% grape juicecorn starchhoney

Freezer staples: frozen Brussels sprouts

45. Green Pea and Almond Pesto

This recipe from Rinku Bhattacharya, author of Instant Indian, features frozen peas, almonds, and olives.

Make it: Green Pea and Almond Pesto

Pantry staples: blanched almondssliced almonds, canned olives, pastaextra-virgin olive oilsalt 

Freezer staples: frozen peas

46. Sriracha Sweet Potato Fries

Consider using frozen sweet potato fries when whipping up this recipe from Sara Haas, RD, co-author of Fertility Foods.

Make it: Sriracha Sweet Potato Fries

Pantry staples: extra-virgin olive oil, srirachacorn starch, ketchuplow-sodium soy sauce, apricot preserves, kosher salt

 

Grab your quarantine food list to make these quarantine meals! There are lots of ideas for easy pantry recipes and make ahead freezer meals. #freezermeal #pantrymeal #quarantine #recipe #easyrecipe #dinner #lunch #breakfast #dessert #snackrecipe #frozen

Coronavirus Quarantine Snack & Dessert Ideas

47. Chocolate Crunch Bar Cups

Homemade candy? Yes, please, thanks to this recipe from Yarro.

Make it: Chocolate Crunch Bar Cups

Pantry staples: dark chocolate, puffed rice cerealsea salt

48. 2-Ingredient Applesauce Cupcakes

Whip up this recipe from Grainger with just applesauce and vanilla cake mix.

Make it: 2-Ingredient Applesauce Cupcakes

Pantry staples: unsweetened applesauce, boxed vanilla cake mix

49. Vegan Chocolate Pudding

You only need a few ingredients to make this recipe from my kitchen.

Make it: Vegan Chocolate Pudding

Pantry staples: powdered peanut butterunsweetened cocoa powderdried coconut

50. Superfood Greek Yogurt Bark

If you have space in your freezer, you can put together this recipe from Kaila Proulx, blogger at Healthy Helper Blog.

Make it: Superfood Greek Yogurt Bark

Pantry staples: shredded coconut, chia seeds, dried cranberriessliced almonds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, buckwheat groatsdark chocolatehoneycinnamon

51. Sweet Potato Vegan Cookie Dough

This dessert from Sarah Schlichter, RD, hits the spot!

Make it: Sweet Potato Vegan Cookie Dough

Pantry staples: canned chickpeaspeanut buttermaple syruprolled oatsalmond milk, chocolate chipsvanilla extractbaking sodacinnamonsalt

52. Speedy Peanut Butter Oat Cookies

These cookies are "flourless and eggless because our local stores are out of these ingredients," says Emma Robinson, RD, dietitian at Abundant Nutrition Co. Also try these no-egg cookies from my own kitchen!

Make it: Speedy Peanut Butter Oat Cookies

Pantry staples: rolled oatspeanut butterbrown sugar, hemp hearts, ground flaxseedvanilla extractbaking sodacinnamonsalt

53. Chocolate Coconut Cream Pudding

You only need a few pantry staples, including coconut milk, to whip up this recipe from Schlichter.

Make it: Chocolate Coconut Cream Pudding

Pantry staples: canned coconut milk, cocoa powder, coconut sugar, cacao nibs

54. Crustless Pumpkin Pie

You'll want to dig into this pie recipe from Scott more than just once a year.

Make it: Crustless Pumpkin Pie

Pantry staples: canned pumpkinbrown sugargranulated sugarcanned evaporated milkvanilla extractcinnamonnutmegground gingerclovesallspicesalt

55. Avocado Chocolate Brownies

This recipe from my kitchen whips up in no time!

Make it: Avocado Chocolate Brownies

Pantry staples: diced prunescoconut palm sugargluten-free baking flourunsweetened cocoa powderwalnutsbaking sodavanilla extract

56. Easy Chickpea Cookie Dough

Craving cookie dough? With this recipe from Kyla Kurczewski, RDN, NASM-CPT, author of Mastering the Art of Grocery Shopping, you can whip your own that's safe to eat, with canned chickpeas, coconut flour, and a few other ingredients.

Make it: Easy Chickpea Cookie Dough

Pantry staples: canned chickpeas, almond buttermaple syrup, soy milk, coconut flourpecans, collagen peptides, vanilla extract, cinnamonsea salt

57. Cinnamon Oatmeal Cookies

The beauty of these cookies from Knezic is that you only need whole-grain flour, coconut oil, maple syrup, and a few other ingredients.

Make it: Cinnamon Oatmeal Cookies

Pantry staples: rolled oats, spelt flour, extra-virgin coconut oil, hemp seedsmaple syrupbaking powder, vanilla extractCeylon cinnamon, Himalayan sea salt

58. Dark Chocolate Almond Bark Thins

You only need a few pantry staples to create this recipe from Lorie Yarro, blogger at Lemons and Zest.

Make it: Dark Chocolate Almond Bark Thins

Pantry staples: dark chocolate chips, almonds, vanilla extractsea salt

59. No-Bake Mocha Brownies

Brownies with espresso powder? Yes, please! You'll love this dessert from Yarro.

Make it: No-Bake Mocha Brownies

Pantry staples: raw pecansmedjool datescocoa powderespresso powderdark chocolate chipsalmond milkcoconut oilmaple syrupvanilla extractsea salt

60. Gluten-Free Granola Bars

You'll need quick-cooking oats, sorghum flour, chocolate chips, and a few other ingredients to whip up these bars from Parker.

Make it: Gluten-Free Granola Bars

Pantry staples: quick-cooking oats, sorghum flourcoconut sugar ground flaxseedchocolate chipshoneycoconut oilvanilla extractcinnamon, salt

61. Nut-and-Seed Butter

Can't find your favorite jarred nut butter? Make your own! Judy Barbe, RD, author of Your 6-Week Guide to LiveBestgives instructions on how to make your own in this recipe. 

Make it: Nut-and-Seed Butter

Pantry staples: almonds, cashew pieces, Brazil nuts, hazelnutssunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, flax seedschia seedssalt

62. Healthy Energy Bars

Make a big batch and freeze the extras of this recipe from my kitchen!

Make it: Healthy Energy Bars

Pantry staples: rolled oats, prunes, dry-roasted almondsalmond butterdark chocolate chipshemp hearts, kosher salt

 

Grab your quarantine food list to make these quarantine meals! There are lots of ideas for easy pantry recipes and make ahead freezer meals. #freezermeal #pantrymeal #quarantine #recipe #easyrecipe #dinner #lunch #breakfast #dessert #snackrecipe #frozen

Sources

  • Sarah Jane Parker, blogger at The Fit Cookie
  • Allison Walker, RD
  • Allyson Boan
  • Natalie Knezic, blogger at Natalie's Health
  • Katie Scott, blogger at Chasing Vibrance
  • Lauren Seserko, blogger at Breathe Deeply and Smile
  • Lorie Yarro, blogger at Lemons and Zest
  • Liz Weiss, RD, co-author of The Moms' Guide to Meal Makeovers
  • Alyssa Lavy, RD, co-author of Yoga, Food, and Mood
  • Joan Salge Blake, RD, author of Nutrition & You
  • Allison Knott, RD
  • Hayden James, MA, RDN, CDE
  • Lizzie Streit, MS, RDN
  • Rachael Hartley, RD
  • Jodi Danen, RD
  • Jamie Lee McIntyre, MS, RDN
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  • Lisa Andrews, MEd, RD, owner of Sound Bites Nutrition
  • Laura Yautz, RDN, owner of Being Nutritious in Pittsburgh
  • Kitty Broihier, RD, co-author of The Everyday Low-Carb Slow Cooker Cookbook
  • Colleen Christensen, RD, nutrition blogger at No Food Rules
  • Maria Adams, MS, MPH, RDN, owner of Halsa Nutrition
  • Rebecca Clyde, RD
  • Melissa Altman-Traub, MS, RDN
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  • Maggie Farley, RD
  • Kara Lydon, RD
  • Lizzie Streit, MS, RDN
  • Shahzadi Devje, RD
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  • Rinku Bhattacharya, author of Instant Indian
  • Sara Haas, RD, co-author of Fertility Foods
  • Kaila Proulx, blogger at Healthy Helper Blog
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  • Emma Robinson, RD, dietitian at Abundant Nutrition Co
  • Kyla Kurczewski, RDN, NASM-CPT, author of Mastering the Art of Grocery Shopping
  • Judy Barbe, RD, author of Your 6-Week Guide to LiveBest

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