These chocolate covered glazed doughnuts are made with healthy whole grain flours and zuchinni, without white sugar and offer 8 gms of fiber per doughnut. Eat one and you won't be dragging yourself out of a sugar comma. Best of all, they taste great.
Next time you cook breakfast, make some extra so you have left overs and store in freezer safe bowls for quick reheat and eat during the week. Today I made my favorite breakfast, taters with onion and pepper and scrambled eggs. Add a dash of hot sauce... yum!
Overnight oats 4 different ways. These whip up pretty quick. You just put the ingredients in a bowl, stir them up, then throw them in the refrigerator overnight and they are ready to eat in the morning.
This simple dinner made on St Patrick's Day was inspired by traditional sheppard's pie. This feast for one, is made with whole grain mustard glazed salmon, colcannon and peas with carrots. It may look complicated but it went together pretty fast.
This quick salad of canned salmon, baby spinach, strawberries, pecans, blue cheese and a fresh homemade balsamic strawberry dressing, will fill you up in a jiffy while supplying all the right nutrition to get you through your busy day.
These little gems are quite tasty. Made with pinto beans, rye flour and almond meal then rolled in cinnamon, these doughnut holes will fill you up with more protein and fiber compared to traditional store-bought types.
On my quest to eat strictly Mediteranean style, I whipped up this egg and cheese breakfast sandwich with yellow pepper, red onion and sautéed spinach then topped it with a slice of Sargento cheddar cheese.
These burgers may look complicated but they go togehter in a snap. Add apple slices on the side. Beans are a great way to add protein and fiber to your diet. Say good-bye to the traditional burger and fries.
Homemade chicken stock is so easy to make. The next time you purchase chicken purchase it whole. It is cheaper to purchase this way. When you get it home carve it into pieces and use the carcas to make stock.
When I was a kid my grandmother would serve this as an appetizer before a big family dinner. This simply crunchy snack of just celery and peanut butter provides protein, a healthy fat and a serving of vegetables.
This spring salad features both roasted and pickled fresh radishes with toasted walnuts and Treasure Cave Crumbled Blue Cheese on a bed of mixed spring greens. Dressing made from the pickling liquids complimented this salad perfeclty.
This salad was made with left over ingredients from grilling the other night with my family. I added mixed spring greens to leftover grilled chicken and vegetables; zuchinni, yellow squash, and onions, sprinled with balsamic vinegar and olive oil for a healthy Mediterranen style lunch.
Delicious, healty and easy to make, get your morning started right with this recipe for raw applesauce with cinnamon and oatmeal. Add a spoon full of wheat germ and flax to amp up the nutrition, then wash it down with a glass of apple juice, a product of the recipe.
This homemade pistachio ice cream tastes as rich and decadent as it does cool and creamy. It comes together pretty easy and I didn't even use an ice cream maker. Great pistachio flavor, and it's also dairy free with no white sugar.