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Recipes To Keep You On The Go

In the midst of a horse show, grooms don’t really want to meal prep for the next day. But what if we told you it could require very little effort and thought? Kimberly Maloomian shares five recipes that require little time and no cooking–plus are healthy!–that you can quickly make so that your next day is filled with energy to conquer the horse show.

As grooms, we need a plan for many things–and one of those things should be our food choices while away at a horse show. If we’re being honest with ourselves though, very little time usually is devoted to such a task, if any. But as Kimberly Maloomian has stressed in her series, “The HorseGrooms’ Guide to Nutrition,” it is possible and easy. 

Maloomian shares five recipes that don’t involve any oven, stove or microwave. These minimal-step and easy to do recipes give you the health you crave while away at a horse show without the time and hassle of “at home” cooking. Plus, they are made with the groom in mind–so lots of protein to keep your energy up. Meal prepping has never been so simple. 

In the HorseGrooms Community, Maloomian covers:

  1. Tuna with avocado and white beans
  2. Roll-ups
  3. Overnight oats
  4. Breakfast roll-ups
  5. Avocado toast

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Kimberly Maloomian details what to buy, how to prepare and why she loves these recipes so much. Sign up for free to the HorseGrooms Community to read in full.

March 24, 2024

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