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candy bowl
In a world where we are bombarded with messages about what is “healthy” and what is “junk,” figuring out how to feed yourself and your family can lead to feelings of guilt, shame, resentment, and regret. My goal is to end those negative feelings about food. So, I wanted to give you a glimpse into what I, as a health food blogger and health coach, really eat on a regular basis. In doing this I
Hanging Pots and Pans to Organize Kitchen
It may sound boring, but one of the secrets to truly pleasurable cooking is a well-organized kitchen. A kitchen that is set up for success will help you not only to get meals prepared faster and with less stress, but it will also make cleaning up afterwards easier—and who doesn’t want that?! So, I wanted to share my tips on kitchen organization for efficient cooking in the hopes that it will help to make your
crispy honey peanut-oat bites
These Crispy Honey Peanut-Oat Bites are a super fun dessert that’s perfect for a weeknight treat or lunchbox surprise. Plus, they pack well, so they’re fun to bring on picnics, hikes, or to the pool. Growing up, dessert was a sometimes thing. If my mom had made a batch of cookies or threw together an apple crisp, we would enjoy it, but it wasn’t an expectation that we would have something sweet at the end
Spinach Burritos
Whether you want to save time, save money, or help the earth by reducing food waste, one of the best things you can do is use up the food you’ve got in your house. To assist you in doing that, I am sharing tips on how to repurpose leftovers so you can eat well, save time and money, and feel good about your impact on the environment. Repurposing Leftovers: A Simple Way to Reduce Food
baked turkey-pesto pinwheels on cooling rack
In this my 12th year of daily lunch packing for my boys, I finally decided to give pinwheels a try and I haven’t looked back. These turkey-pesto pinwheels are truly the easy make-ahead school lunch you have been dreaming of. Years and years ago, I read a post on one of my favorite blogs, Real Mom Nutrition, about a super easy dish that Sally had been making for her sons’ school lunches: ham and cheese