How to find a meal/snack
What is the difference between a meal/snack and a recipe?
Think of Meals/Snacks as a complete meal that you might order from a restaurant menu. GFP meals/snacks do not list quantities. Most GFP meals and snacks leave portion control up to the user. Whether you're preparing foods for yourself or for a family, you decide the quantity. An accurate and easy way to determine healthy food portions is to use a hand, which unlike a measuring cup is something people have with them all of the time. A portion of protein is the size and width of a palm, a serving of starchy carbohydrates is the size of a fist and a serving of fat is half of a thumb, according to many nutritionists and dietitians.
Some meals/snacks may include links to Recipes. Just like what you would find in a typical cookbook, GFP recipes include ingredients, directions, serving sizes and nutritional information.