January 01, 1970
12:00am - 12:00am
Healthy Holiday Cooking and Entertaining Hacks
It can be challenging to enjoy the holiday season without throwing everything you know about health and wellness out the window. While indulging from time to time is one of life’s pleasures, the truth is that an entire season filled with rich and sugary treats can lead to bloat and indigestion, mood swings, brain fog, poor sleep, and inflammation.
In this virtual cooking webinar, you will discover how to create indulgent-tasting yet better-for-you party treats and recipes filled with nutrient-rich ingredients that will leave you with more cheer and less regret. You will learn tips and tricks to bring evidence-based nutrition into your festive plans while you prepare a simple appetizer, dessert, and even a fun and festive mocktail, all perfect to share with friends and family at your next holiday event.
A link to the recipes, including ingredients and equipment needed, will be sent out with the class confirmation email. Ingredient substitutions will be suggested to accommodate most dietary restrictions.
This class will be recorded and a temporary link to the recording will be shared with all registered participants, which will be active for one week. Stanford University benefits-eligible employees must attend the live session in order to receive BeWell incentive points.
Instructor: Lisa Roberts Hurd, MPhil, MA, is a culinary archaeologist, board certified health coach, chef, and Founder of Lisa’s 1973. She is featured in The Huffington Post, Cherry Bombe, The Purist, and Erika Lenkert’s Healthy Eating During Pregnancy. She holds degrees from Oxford University, Tufts University, and The French Culinary Institute. Recent collaborations include Yelp, lululemon, HeyMama, and Stanford BeWell.
Class details are subject to change.