Perk up your life! This delicious tonic tastes somewhat like a sparkling lemonade. Add raspberries or strawberries to take it to the next level.
Sweet and savory carrot fries are a vitamin-packed, less starchy substitute for potatoes. You may also use beets or celery root to make these fries.
Chicken Burrito Bowls are an easy way to stay on the New Year’s healthy eating plan. Taking the leftovers to work, for lunch, is another perk of this recipe.
Truffle Roasted Chickpeas are excellent snacks for serving with cocktails. Truffle oil has an intense flavor, so use it in moderation.
If you’re carving pumpkins save those seeds and roast them for a delicious snack.
Outrageously good-and wholesome, too.
Some days, everyone from the mom on-the-go to a busy executive running from meeting to meeting, needs the convenience of a healthy portable snack.
A combination of oats and quinoa supply lots of protein and fiber to get your day started.
Quinoa is a perfect medium for a healthy & lively salad. Add whatever ingredients you want and omit ingredients that you don’t want.
I used to detest sweet potatoes! I mean really detest them. The mention of a sweet potato brought me right back to that Thanksgiving sweet potato marshmallow dish that I hated even as a kid. The good news is that I’ve grown to love them especially because they’re so healthy. This soup is both hearty and healthy, which is perfect for post-holiday healthy eating.