If you like homestyle cooking, whether it’s for a quick family dinner during the week or a pit stop on a long road trip with the kids, Black Bear Diner has something on the menu for you. You may have seen the billboards or noticed a bear statue on the side of the road, you may be a longtime fan or could have just have stumbled across them here on HealthyDiningFinder.
However and whenever you first discovered them, we’re sure you’ll love Black Bear Diner’s Healthy Dining menu choices as much as we do.
Black Bear Diner has plenty of dishes from which to choose, and they are regularly updating and adding to their choices to ensure that not only do you have old favorites and new creations to enjoy but that fat, calorie, sodium and other nutrition information is accurate to help you meet your health goals. Black Bear Diner was founded in a tradition of exceptional hospitality, so stop by, say hi and eat up.
Here are just a few of the choices you and the kids can find at your nearest Black Bear Diner:
Fit & Focused Farmer’s Scramble (340 calories, 7 g fat, 490 mg sodium)
This Sodium Savvy breakfast includes sautéed spinach, tomatoes, squash and mushrooms scrambled with egg whites and topped with Jack cheese then served with fresh fruit and a piece of naked whole wheat toast. The variety of veggies included in this scramble are high in fiber while still low in calories and fat, making this a really filling dish to get your day started right.
Hot Turkey Sandwich (590 calories, 12 g fat)
Talk about comfort food without the guilt! This sandwich is served open-faced with sliced turkey breast, mashed potatoes and turkey gravy , garnished with lettuce, sliced tomatoes, onion, and pickle slices. Opt for a fresh green salad on the side for added veggies. Our dietitians like this choice for its lean protein and almost 3 cups of veggies.
LITTLE LESS DINNER – Tri Tip Dinner (550 calories, 14 g fat)
This melt-in-your-mouth dinner includes tender Tri Tip, a baked potato and fresh sautéed veggies for a perfect portion of classic dinner favorites. With plenty of veggies and iron-rich protein, this is a tasty way to stick to your diet.
Cubs’ Turkey Dinner (Fruit, Vegetable, Lean Protein)
Make any day feel like a special occasion with this roast turkey breast served with savory gravy, broccoli, and applesauce. Kids will be happy with the flavor, and parents will be happy with the lean protein and veggies to keep their kiddos filled up and going strong for whatever the rest of the day has in store.