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Breakfast & Brunch
They say breakfast is the most important meal you can eat. These recipes—from Individual Frittatas and Maple Pancakes to Festive Egg Scramble—are sure to help jump-start your day.
Egg in a Hole
Mushroom & Red Pepper Omelet
Stuffed French Toast
Super Simple Baked Pancake
Festive Egg Scramble
Apple Cinnamon French Toast Strata
Multigrain Hot Cereal
Egg and Sausage Breakfast Sandwich
Holiday Morning French Toast
Great Way to Start Your Day Bagel
Dilly Scrambled Eggs
Puffed Oven Pancake Gluten-Free
Honey-Maple Trail Mix
A DaVita dietitian shares a kidney-friendly snack that is both nutritious and delicious: Honey-Maple Snack Mix.
Egg Muffins are the perfect choice for an easy, high protein breakfast on the road. DaVita renal dietitian Christine serves these yummy muffins to her patients as well as her own family.
Challah is a simple yeast bread served on the Sabbath and Jewish holidays. Try Maryam’s Heavenly Challah. It’s so good it definitely lives up to it’s heavenly name.
Strawberry and Goat Cheese Spring Salad
Sweet fresh strawberries and goat cheese combine with balsamic vinegar and extra virgin olive oil to make a healthy, delicious spring salad. Strawberry and Goat Cheese Spring Salad from DaVita dietitian Michele is sure to be a favorite.
Broccoli and Beef Stir-Fry
Now you can enjoy Chinese restaurant-style dinner at home thanks to DaVita dietitian Trisha and her kidney-friendly version of Broccoli and Beef Stir-Fry. It’s much lower in sodium than the restaurant dish, plus you can easily adjust the beef to meet the protein requirement of your meal plan.
Easy Turkey Sloppy Joes
Enjoy a savory, family favorite that celebrates the Americana diner of yesteryear. DaVita renal dietitian, Tammy from Louisiana, shares a kidney-friendly recipe for Easy Turkey Sloppy Joes.
Honey Spice Rubbed Salmon
Try a tasty Honey Spice-Rubbed Salmon for dinner and you’ll want to have it again for lunch the next day. This flavorful and kidney-friendly recipe is easy to prepare in the oven or on the grill.
Pasta Primavera is a perfect kidney-friendly recipe to make for a large group.
Hawaiian Chicken Salad Sandwich
You don’t have to travel to Hawaii to get a taste of the islands. Linda, a DaVita dietitian from Michigan, created Hawaiian Chicken Salad Sandwich, a kidney-friendly, high-protein sandwich that can bring you to a tropical state of mind wherever you are.
Quick and Easy Ground Beef Soup
Your next kidney-friendly meal is only four easy steps away with Quick and Easy Ground Beef Soup. This combination of mixed vegetables, beef and rice is tasty and filling and a definite keeper for the quick meal file.
Most people hear “salsa” and automatically think tomato salsa, but really, salsa is a spicy sauce that can be created with any fresh vegetable or fruit that will make a tasty condiment. For people on hemodialysis, high potassium tomatoes are out and low potassium pineapples are in with this recipe for Pineapple Salsa.
Grilled Multicolored Peppers and Onions
This colorful combination of bell peppers and onions can be grilled together and served with a grilled protein source of your choice. Flavorful, colorful and recommended on the dialysis diet, this kidney-friendly recipe for Grilled Multicolored Peppers and Onions is a great addition to a cookout.
Lemonade or Limeade Base
Try the tangy kidney-friendly recipe for Lemonade or Limeade Base on your next picnic.
Triple Berry Protein Parfait
Besides being delicious, berries are loaded with powerful antioxidants that help strengthen the immune system and ward off disease. Accordingly, the kidney-friendly recipe for Triple Berry Protein Parfait from Tennessee DaVita dietitian Jamie packs triple the health boost because it’s made with blueberries, blackberries and strawberries.
Please check with a medical professional if you need a diagnosis and/or for treatments as well as information regarding your specific condition. In case of emergency, call 9-1-1 or go to the nearest emergency department.
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