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PHILADELPHIA Mini Cheesecakes

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What’s a family gathering without a sweet ending?  If you’re a cheesecake fan, our recipe for luscious berry-topped minis will send you straight to the store for the ingredients. With their built-in portion control, these creamy cheesecakes can help you keep tabs on serving sizes too!

Prep Time: 20 min. | Total Time: 3 hours 20 min. (incl. refrigerating) | Makes: 18 servings

What you Need

1 cup low fat graham cracker crumbs
3/4 cup plus 2 Tbsp. sugar, divided
3 Tbsp. butter, or trans fat free spread, melted
3 pkg. (8 oz. each) low fat PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese, softened
1 tsp. vanilla
3 eggs
1 cup lite whipping cream
2 cups blueberries
1 Tbsp. lemon zest

 

Make It
Heat oven to 325°F.

 

Mix graham crumbs, 2 Tbsp. sugar and butter; press onto bottoms of 18 paper-lined muffin cups.
Beat cream cheese, vanilla and remaining sugar with mixer until blended. Add eggs, 1 at a time, mixing on low speed after each just until blended. Spoon over crusts.
Bake 25 to 30 min. or until centers are almost set. Cool completely. Refrigerate 2 hours.
Beat whipping cream with mixer on high speed until stiff peaks form; spread onto cheesecakes. Top with blueberries and zest.

Nutrition Information Per Serving: 190 calories, 13g total fat, 7g saturated fat, 70mg cholesterol, 170mg sodium, 16g carbohydrate, 1g dietary fiber, 13g sugars, 5g protein, 10%DV vitamin A, 4%DV vitamin C, 8%DV calcium, 2%DV iron.


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10 Tips to Cutting Calories!

Did you know cutting out just 100 calories a day can help you to lose 10 pounds a year? While that may not seem like much, it can be all it takes to kick start a healthier daily routine!

Here are some super easy tricks to cut calories daily.

  1. Choose popcorn over chips. A single serving of chips has over 150 calories, but you can have five cups of air-popped popcorn for only 100 calories!
  2. Try swapping egg whites instead of a whole egg in the morning. Three eggs (egg whites only) comes in at 100 calories, whereas three large eggs can come up to 215 calories.
  3. Instead of a bagel (300 calories and up) go for a whole grain English muffin, which has only 130 calories.
  4. Use nonstick spray instead of oil. One tablespoon of oil can pack up to 120 calories, while nonstick cooking spray is practically calorie free.
  5. Say no to sugary beverages and choose water or seltzer when possible.
  6. Swap out whole milk with skim for your coffee or cereal in the morning.
  7. Craving chocolate? Swap out chocolate ice cream for a low-fat chocolate pudding to save upwards of 70 calories or more.
  8. Love the taste of peanut butter? Try the powdered version! It provides the same taste without all the calories. Stir it into a smoothie or add to muffins or pancakes.
  9. Decrease alcohol intake by one drink and there goes 100 calories right there.
  10. Use cauliflower! Cauliflower is a great swap in recipes that need a creamy texture or a doughy feel. Did you know you can blend up the veggie and swap it for rice or even pizza dough? Click below for a delicious recipe provided by our culinary dietitian!

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Fresh Bake Shop

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Make your entertaining easy with ShopRite Kitchens Catering! Click here to place your order online.

Planning a party? Let our Fresh Bake Shop help you entertain and plan for your next party. We offer a wide selection of fresh, made to order decorated cakes, party platters and dessert cakes. No special occasion is complete without a fabulous dessert -whether it’s a luscious chocolate cake for a festive birthday celebration, a bagel tray for a morning business meeting, or an elegant fruit tart to give new neighbors a sweet welcome to the neighborhood, you’ll find it all at ShopRite’s Fresh Bake Shop.

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Specialty Cakes

ShopRite’s specialty team is happy to create a one-of-a-kind custom cake to suit any occasion. Our master bakers can create the perfect cake in your choice of rich icings, fillings, and flavors. Just tell us how many guests you’re expecting, and we’ll take care of the rest!

Cupcake Pull-Aparts

24 individual cupcakes that are formed into shapes such as rainbows and baseballs. The icing on these cupcakes turns them into one delicious cake.

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Brownie Bites and Cookie Platters

When “just a bite” is just right: Try our chocolate- or vanilla-iced cupcakes, or our scrumptious chocolate brownies, which are available fudge iced, plain, or with walnuts, or our delicious gourmet cookies.

Picture Perfect Cakes

Your photo, our cake – a perfect combination. We can duplicate your photograph or document for placement on your special order cake. (Photo cakes not available in all stores.)

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Jumbo Puffin Muffins
Our huge 6oz muffins are fresh baked daily and available in nine delicious varieties. From Corn to Butter Rum to Pistachio, each muffin is rich and moist and made with fine chocolate, to sweet butterscotch to loads of blueberries. Enjoy them for breakfast, lunches, and snacks.  Try a new flavor each day.
La Brea Bakery
Fresh, Flavorful, Memorable, La Brea is the nation’s most preferred artisan bread brand. Our dedication to artful nutrition mean that our breads contain no preservatives, no artificial ingredients, and no trans fats. Find a variety of La Brea Bakery’s award-winning loaves baked fresh daily in your local ShopRite Fresh Bake Shop.

Please note:  All varieties may not be available in all stores


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Organic Valley

Life’s Better:  In Balance with Breakfast
Melinda Hemmelgarn, M.S., R.D.

Two kinds of people inhabit the earth: early birds and night owls. Those of us who fall into the latter category tend to push the snooze button – repeatedly — waiting till the very last minute to greet the day. We think skipping breakfast will get us just a little more pillow time.

However, the extra half-hearted sleep fails to make up for what we miss in the kitchen — a nutritional kick start to fuel both body and brain. Research shows that we don’t compensate for the nutrients skipped at breakfast with meals later in the day. In fact, dietitians use breakfast eating as a marker for overall diet quality.  Simply stated: we function better mentally and physically when we “break the fast” shortly after rising.

 Breakfast: secret weapon for weight control  

For those who think skipping breakfast results in weight loss, here’s a surprise: Breakfast eating appears to be one of the most protective factors against unwanted weight gain. According to the National Weight Control Registry, which tracks people who have successfully lost weight and kept it off, 78% of the winning “losers” eat breakfast every day.

Skipping breakfast works against weight watchers in several ways. For one, without calories coming in after our long fast, our bodies may try to conserve energy, thereby lowering our metabolic rate. Even though breakfast eaters may consume more daily calories, we are less likely to be overweight. In addition, people who skip or eat a poor breakfast (donut and coffee, candy and soda, for example) may get extremely hungry by lunch time and end up overeating. Or, instead of having a healthful planned meal in the morning, breakfast skippers may reach for snack foods, which tend to be high in calories and often devoid of meaningful and satisfying nutrients.

Too busy for breakfast?
Despite modern technology and labor saving devices, women’s lives show no signs of slowing down. We’re gatekeepers, care-givers and change-makers. Whether we’re working in an office or at home, we wear many hats and manage multiple priorities in our personal and professional lives.

When we’re on the run and short on time, it’s easy to skip breakfast, but we risk shorting ourselves on key nutrients, including protein, calcium and vitamin D.

What we need is a power breakfast…to go. Power breakfasts include a mix of carbohydrate (to fuel brain and muscles), plus nutrient rich protein and fat for staying power to take us to lunch.  “Good nutrition helps a body do wonderful things,” says sports nutrition expert, Nancy Clark, M.S., R.D. – so don’t miss out!

Finding “Balance”…on the run
Balanced diets with regular nourishing meals and snacks help us look great, feel energized, and stay well. Organic Valley’s Organic Balance milk protein shakes can help meet busy women’s unique nutritional needs.  Each creamy, delicious shake provides 16 grams of high-quality milk protein, half our daily requirement for calcium (500  milligrams), plus vitamin D, to go.  The shakes are gluten- and lactose-free, so no worries about gas or bloating.  And because the shakes are certified organic, we can be confident that they’re free of GMOs, synthetic hormones, antibiotic and pesticide residues. These clean, light meals on-the-go require no refrigeration, so they travel well in a purse, backpack, gym bag, briefcase – wherever your day takes you.

When we’re well-rested, well-hydrated, well-nourished and physically fit, it’s easier to reach and maintain joyful harmony in our lives.


Tips and tricks to make breakfast quick, easy and fun:
1. Create competition and offer rewards.  Set a kitchen timer and see if your children can get to the table before the timer goes off. Keep a chart with gold stars rewarding those who make the time, then reward gold stars at the end of the week with an extra half-hour of story time before bed. Our goal is developing the habit of breakfast eating, so when the gold star rewards no longer hold appeal, the habit will be set in stone.

2. Keep easy-to-eat breakfast foods on hand. Stock a variety of dry cereals, plus fresh and dried fruit, and let children mix up new combinations. Choose cereals with no more than 8 grams of sugar (the equivalent of two teaspoons) and at least 2 grams of fiber per serving. Whole grain toast with peanut butter or sliced cheese make quick, nutritious breakfasts too. You can also hard boil eggs the night before and store them in the refrigerator for speedy peel ‘n eat protein.

3. Cook once, eat twice. Over the weekend, make an extra batch of muffins, pancakes, or banana, zucchini or pumpkin bread. Keep the bulk quantity in your freezer and take out what you need the night before. Serve with a glass of organic milk and piece of fruit for a complete breakfast.

4. Plan ahead. Set out cereal bowls, spoons, juice glasses, and napkins the night before to help speed the process.

5. Think outside the box. In 30 seconds flat you can pour cold milk over ready-to-eat cereal and slice a banana on top. However, leftover reheated meatloaf and mashed potatoes works too. Be creative and have fun. What matters is the quality of your meal.

6. Keep a variety of grab-and-go items to supplement small breakfasts. Most kids appreciate having a snack in their backpack to eat on the bus or during a mid-morning snack time. Create your own trail mix and keep it in small refillable sandwich bags. Combine your choice of peanuts, pecans, walnuts, almonds, sunflower or pumpkin seeds, dried cranberries, raisins and dry cereal. Granola bars, cheese sticks, yogurt (remember the spoon), and fresh whole fruit, travel well too.

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