New Year’s Resolutions? Try These Healthy Pork Recipes

With the arrival of the New Year, most take advantage of the opportunity to reflect on the past and set goals for the future. Predictably, after all of the feasts and treats over the holiday season, the top New Years resolution is to lose weight. Which is why we’ve gathered five recipes that are sure to satisfy your cravings, while supporting your goals. Enjoy!

Healthy Farmer’s Casserole

Who doesn’t love a good hearty casserole that’s big on flavor and low on calories? With a mix of meat, potato, cheese and eggs, you can enjoy this dish for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Italian Sausage Stuffed Peppers

Stuffed peppers are always a hit! This classic comfort food is perfect for a quick and easy family meal. Baked to perfection, enjoy your colourful, healthy dinner.

Pork Chops and Couscous with Tomato-Caper Sauce

Whether grilled, broiled, or even fried, this light pork chop recipe cuts back on fat and calories without losing any of the savoury flavour.

Crockpot Cuban Pork With Beans And Fresh Tomato Salsa

Wouldn’t you agree that crockpot meals are the best when your schedule is hectic? This versatile dish can be served with rice, salad greens, breakfast eggs, nachos, burritos, sandwiches. Adapt the recipe to fit your goals!

Pork Medallions with Spring Succotash

As a rule of thumb, the more colourful your meal, the healthier it is, and this dish is no exception! Most succotash recipes feature corn. Here, the corn is substituted for protein-packed edamame. Sometimes life just calls for more green.

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About Spragg’s Meat Shop Spragg’s Meat Shop is a family-owned and operated business located in Rosemary, Alberta. Greg and Bonnie Spragg raise hogs, process, and market their pork products direct to Albertan consumers. Spragg’s works hard to produce the best pork for Albertans, from the day the pigs are born, to the day the pork chops are cut, bacon is smoked, and the roast is marinated. The Spragg family hopes that you get as much enjoyment eating their pork as they do getting it to your table.