Classes will officially be finished on Monday, and final exams take place Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Summer is right around the corner!! But first, let’s embrace the fact that it’s Friday!« Continue »
I think people are now aware that whole grain breads are more nutrient dense than refined flour breads. But what about sprouted grain breads?« Continue »
I think Bob would be thrilled if I baked more breads and muffins. Of course, I would be thrilled if the breads and muffins were nutritious and healthy. I think I found something that makes us both happy: a flaxseed muffin!« Continue »
How is it the last Friday of winter break already?!? It went by so quickly, but then again, it always does. The holidays were wonderful and the time off of work was restful and rejuvenating. « Continue »
Since Bob and I are having a green smoothie every day for the first week of 2013, I thought I’d share a few of the variations we’ve had so far. And in case you still haven’t tried adding spinach to a smoothie–I promise–you can’t taste it!« Continue »
I know that for some people, kale chips are nothing new. But if you haven’t tried them, you should!« Continue »
One of the best things about spending time with another family during the holidays is to learn about their traditions.« Continue »
Popcorn is a favorite snack of mine. My Dad used to make the best popcorn on “movie nights” when I was growing up. He used an air popper, melted real butter to drizzle on top, and dusted the bowl with popcorn salt before serving.
One of my favorite hummus products is Trader Joe’s Chipotle Hummus.
After making chia gel for the pictures I used the other day, I made a smoothie. It’s been 100° around here lately, so smoothies have been hitting the spot. Plus, we had some strawberries that were on their last leg. This was a perfect use for them! Here’s what I threw into the blender for a quick, refreshing snack:
Smoothies are one of my favorite go-to snacks, especially in the summertime. They are a quick, easy way to eat something healthy that tastes totally delicious.
By the time we made it back home after the Dirty Girl Mud Run on Saturday, I was hungry and felt dehydrated. So I grabbed a few ingredients to make a quick, high-protein smoothie. It turned out to be really tasty!
A few months ago, Bob asked if I could make a snack for him that would replace his daily Clif Bar. I did a little research on different variations of snack bars, and adjusted ingredients for what we keep at home.
These are healthy, tasty, and insanely easy to pull together. Every time I make them, I change it up just a bit. This way each batch is unique. You really can’t go wrong. If you don’t have something I listed, use something else. Use ingredients you enjoy. Experiment!« Continue »