Beverages Are Hot!
That which is served in a mug, glass, or stein is becoming just as interesting as what’s on the plate. New cocktail-only blogs are emerging. Pinners are cooking with their Keurig K-cups. Hot beverages have gone way beyond hot cocoa. Beverages are in! Whether you’re serving something hot or cool, kid-friendly or happy hour worthy, show us your healthier drink.
Over the summer, my husband and I had a lot of fun making different cocktails and mocktails, like this Blueberry B… read more »
Iceberg lettuce, mealy tomatoes, a couple pieces of cucumber.
The number one complaint I hear from people about why they don’t eat salad is “it’s boring.” And if you envision salad the way it’s described above, then you might be right. Sure, day after day it can be mundane to sit down to a plate of lettuce with the same toppings, and most pre-packaged mixed salads you find at a supermarket are just a lot of lettuce without much of anything else to spark your taste buds. But salad doesn’t hav… read more »
Late summer when tomato season is at it’s peak, I can pop raw cherry tomatoes in my mouth without adding anything to them. I also love to eat raw tomatoes in a caprese salad with mozzarella, basil, and some aged balsamic. But in the depth of winter, raw tomatoes don’t taste quite as good. And while I generally stick to purchasing in-season produce, sometimes you just want to have a slice of tomato on your sandwich or to top your salad. To get the most flavor out of these nutrient-rich nightsha… read more »
I received free pistachio samples from the Pistachio Health Institute mentioned in this post. By posting this pairing I am entering a contest sponsored by Pistachio Health Institute and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.
The Recipe ReDux has teamed up with the Pistachio Health Institute to once again challenge my fellow ReDuxers and me to put on our culinary hats and come up with a “deliciously unique” pairing for in-shell pistach… read more »
I recently found out about this link, 30 Great Recipes for a Healthy 2014, which included recipes from some of my fellow food bloggers like Gina @SkinnyTaste and Erin @NaturallyElla. It got me thinking:
What are my top recipes for a healthy year ahead?
So, in no particular order, here are 3 of my favorite Nutritioulicious recipes that are easy to prep, full of flavor, nutritious and
1. Chili-Lime Roasted Butternut Squash - One of my most-pinned recipes, this is a sweet and sav… read more »