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Cure All Juice

For whatever ails ya. From a hangover to no sleep to the common cold, this lovely juice will get you up and moving and on your way to feeling your best. This ingredient combination is the best of the best when it comes to anti-inflammatory and antioxidant needs… but the taste? AMAZING! It’s really this…   Read More»


100 Calorie Cranberry Dark Chocolate Muffins

A 100 calorie muffin, can you believe it? By using fresh cranberries instead of dried cranberries, I saved a ton of calories and sugar and it gave the muffins a wonderfully tart, exciting flavor. These babies are whole grain and full of goodness with healthy ingredients such as unsweetened applesauce, Greek yogurt, cinnamon and pumpkin…   Read More»


Roasted Rainbow Potatoes

Here’s a sneaky way to work in some Brussels sprouts at dinner for your finicky eaters– there’s so many vibrant colors in this dish they may not even notice. Roasted Rainbow Potatoes 2 lbs assorted new potatoes- red, gold and purple, quartered 1 yellow onion cut into wedges 1 lb Brussels sprouts, roughly chopped 1…   Read More»


Chocolate Cornbread

Sounds a little weird right? ┬áBut it works! I was craving something sweet on Sunday night and I knew I had some cocoa powder, chocolate chips and an entire bag of corn meal that I don’t know how to use other than to make a million types of cornbread, so I decided to give some…   Read More»


Zucchini Linguini

When I told my recipe taster (or boyfriend, same thing) that we were having Zucchini Linguini, he assumed I meant linguini noodles with some zucchini cut up and mixed with the pasta. He didn’t expect that I would make the zucchini INTO linguini as a substitute for the pasta. It totally hits the spot when…   Read More»


Green Pumpkin Pie Smoothie

Green pumpkin pie?! Yes! You can’t even taste the spinach, but it does give this smoothie a pretty color and lots of extra nutrients. Perfect for breakfast or a post-workout snack in 5 minutes or less. I debuted these at TREAD fitness in Dallas this past week and while the members were scared of the…   Read More»


Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Toasted Pecans and Avocado

DON’T BOIL YOUR BRUSSELS! Brussels sprouts are in the cruciferous vegetable family along with broccoli and cabbage. When you boil cruciferous veg, they become bitter and smelly. So if you’ve never liked broccoli or Brussels, it might be because your mom or grandma boiled them until they were gray, mushy, and sulfur-y. Drizzling Brussels in…   Read More»


Sausage and Apple Stuffing Bites

This year I thought it would be a good idea to have something to snack on while the Thanksgiving feast was in the works instead of nibbling everything while cooking. These sausage and apple stuffing bites were perfect appetizers for the big day and everyone appreciated having them around while smelling the turkey roasting! Sausage…   Read More»


Slow Cooker Thai Coconut Curry

I’m pretty sure I just made my first Thai curry! I love all types of curries but for some reason have always been too intimidated to make them in my own kitchen. This recipe really wasn’t hard at all, it just required some new-to-me ingredients, like curry paste and coconut milk. Best of all, you…   Read More»


Whole Grain Angel Hair Pasta with Artichokes, Lemon and Parmesan

Serves 4 in 20 minutes or less 1/2 box of whole grain angel hair pasta 2 tbsp extra virgin olive oil 1 15oz can of quartered artichoke hearts, drained 4 garlic cloves, crushed 1/3 cup reduced fat cream cheese 1/2 lemon, zest and juice 10-15 basil leaves, chopped 4 tablespoons fresh Parmesan Reggiano, for topping…   Read More»


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