Are you trying to stay healthy during the holidays, but afraid you won’t have fun? Then you won’t want to miss these powerful tips for having a FUN and healthy holiday season!
This fire roasted tomato and vegetable soup is full of smokey flavor and loaded with healthy vegetables. Just add all of the ingredients to the slow cooker and at dinner time you will have a hearty bowl of delicious, comforting vegetable soup! Sure to become a weeknight favorite any time of year.
Rice and mushroom stuffed acorn squash can be served as a side for your Thanksgiving feast, or as a hearty dinner all season long. The roasted acorn squash is stuffed with a flavorful rice mixture that includes mushrooms, cranberries, and pomegranate arils. A healthy and delicious crowd pleaser for both vegetarians and non-vegetarians!
These soft and yummy gluten-free chocolate chip cookies are made with almond flour and have no refined sugar. They can be made with coconut oil and contain no eggs so they are vegan-friendly. You will not miss the refined ingredients found in traditional chocolate chip cookies. Seriously so DELISH!
Being a vegetarian wife and mom in a non-vegetarian family doesn’t have to be difficult and does not require cooking separate meals for everyone. These tips will help you to navigate life as a vegetarian/pescatarian when your family and friends have mixed meat preferences.
Looking for a whole wheat pumpkin muffin that is moist and delicious and does not contain refined sugar? I gotcha covered. These whole wheat pumpkin muffins are easy to make and healthier than most traditional pumpkin muffins. They are perfect for breakfast when you are on the go or a yummy afternoon snack.
Have you ever searched for DIY kitchen pantry organization ideas on Pinterest and been overwhelmed? I sure have! For years I have drooled over those amazing pics of beautiful pantries with matching labeled containers. Well friends, now I finally have one!!! Check out my pantry organization makeover to see my fresh and modern Pinterest worthy pantry transformation. Plus get tips from a professional organizer!
Once you try these delicious, healthy slow cooker refried beans (minus the refry), you will definitely be ditching your blah can of store-bought refried beans. No need to soak the beans, and it takes just a few minutes to toss the ingredients into your crockpot. Ideal for burritos, tostadas, or an easy side dish on Taco Tuesday.
Looking for a simple DIY way to organize your spices? I recently did a complete spice organization makeover that we absolutely love. I found the best containers, labels, and accessible storage solution to end our spice organization nightmare.
We all know pesto is delicious in pasta, but there are dozens of other delicious ways to use pesto other than pasta. In today’s post find out my top 5 ways to use pesto other than pasta along with my super simple pesto recipe.