HEAL Sunday Supper Resources
Nearly 200 people across seventeen states registered for the HEAL Sunday Supper Event on December 13th. Among those who cooked along with Chef Hastings were an 11-year-old student and an 89-year-old great-grandmother. Participants learned how to make six wonderful and healthy recipes on a budget, and raised over $50,000 to help students, families, and schools – many of whom are struggling to stay healthy during these trying times.
Below is the recorded video of the event, as well as all the resources you’ll need to prepare this fantastic meal over the holidays – and make additional delicious and easy meals with the leftovers.
Primary Event Recipes:
- Baby Lettuce & Seasonal Pear Salad With Feta Cheese & Lemon Vinaigrette
- Whole Roasted Chicken With Winter Vegetables
- HEAL-icious Holiday Snowballs
- Grocery List for Primary Sunday Supper Recipes
Event Leftover Recipes:
The HEAL mission is to improve children’s health and reverse the growing epidemic of childhood obesity and other related diseases through evidence-based fitness and nutrition curricula. HEAL provides education, practice, and supportive resources that empower children and families to enjoy a better quality of life through better health.
HEAL was founded by Christy Swaid in 2002 to transform PE into a personal health and wellness experience for children. Using heart rate technology and other evidence-based methods, HEAL makes a significant measurable impact year after year. Today HEAL serves over 170 Alabama k-12 schools, six universities, 300 teachers, 42,000 students, and 110,000 household members across two states, and in three countries.
This year, in response to the pandemic, HEAL heeded the request of the Alabama State Department of Education to make many of our resources available digitally on our website. Now teachers, students, and families everywhere can take advantage of some of our proven methods and materials.