Get in the game on Super Bowl Sunday with Nutritioulicious recipes and healthy eating tips!
That’s what you need to be cheering this weekend as you get ready to attend a Super Bowl party. According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Super Bowl Sunday is the second biggest food day for Americans (Thanksgiving is #1). Over the past few weeks we’ve encouraged you to make improvements to your health and given you some guidance to h… read more »
Thai chicken satay with peanut sauce marries the heat of sriracha with the coolness of coconut milk and cilantro. Served as an appetizer or main dish, this recipe is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Recipe ReDuxers are turning up the heat this month with recipes focused on smoke and spice! If you haven’t noticed, food blogs and restaurant menus have been highlighting spices like harissa, sriracha, and smoked paprika and using more smoking techniques in their cooking. It’s certainly… read more »
Celebrate in style with a classic French 75 Champagne cocktail made with a twist. The perfect way to make any occasion sparkle!
The holidays may be over, but the celebrations aren’t. Today is the third birthday of my twin daughters, Charlotte & Sabrina! I honestly can’t believe that they are already three – boy has the time gone by quickly. We had a great birthday party for them yesterday with musics, puppets, princess and Dora the Explorer stickers, bagels and spreads, two v… read more »
Christmas is only a day away and that means it’s time for some eggnog! Before you go whisking the eggs and adding the heavy cream, get some tips to keep your eggnog healthier this holiday!
This post was written by Nutritioulicious contributor Tiana Yom, MPH, CHES
Holidays are all about great food and drinks with wonderful company. Eggnog is a scrumptious holiday drink, but consuming raw eggs can be risky and the calories can add up when eggnog is made with whole milk, heavy cream, and a decent amo… read more »
Change up burger night with these moist and flavorful Moroccan-Spiced Lamb Burgers.
This month’s Recipe ReDux theme made me sit back and reflect. Over three years ago – 42 months to be exact – I joined The Recipe ReDux – an amazing group of registered dietitian nutritionists and food bloggers who focus on healthier food that tastes delicious. It was no doubt a perfect fit for me – after all, in case you forgot, Nutritioulicious is my name!
Being part of the ReDux h… read more »