You guys, salsa is super easy to make. Like, really easy. Here’s how I make my Peach Salsa. First, wash and prep all your ingredients:
I’m in a recipe kind of mood. My last post was a recipe, and guess what? This post is a recipe post too. And who knows? My next post might be as recipe as well. I want to make sure you’re eating healthy this summer… and I want to make sure I’m eating healthy this summer, too! Read the rest of this entry »
I got a new kitchen tool – a masher – and this is the healthy, delicious recipe where I used it for the very first time!
Low-Carb Pancake Roll-ups are perfect for brunch. They’re great for other meals, too, and particularly versatile, because they’re a finger food, and everyone loves finger food. And what makes them low-carb? I’m glad you asked. Read the rest of this entry »
I love healthy versions of classic recipes, and here’s a great one to add to the list – how delicious does this look?
It’s a Breadless Grilled Caprese Sandwich! BUT WAIT – What did I use instead of bread? Are you sitting down? CAULIFLOWER! Read the rest of this entry »
I have a memory from my childhood of sitting at my grandparents’ kitchen table in Benton Harbor, Michigan, and eating a ham salad sandwich for lunch. Here’s me and my grandparents, Dorothy and Dean, from 1981, when I was 2 years old:
I was older when I ate that ham salad sandwich that I so vividly remember, but that’s the woman that made it. My grandma Dorothy used to make Read the rest of this entry »
Here’s a delicious meal idea for breakfast… or lunch… or brunch… or dinner… or for whenever you’re hungry! And it’s incredibly healthy, because you’re using vegetables to cook eggs!
Just looking at that picture makes me hungry for this dish! You may recall I Read the rest of this entry »
Here’s the key to a healthy pasta dish: Don’t focus on the pasta.
Make the star ingredients veggies or protein, and toss in a little pasta along the way, as opposed to the other way around. For this dish, my star ingredients are two vegetables, and you’ll be shocked at how little pasta is actually used. Read the rest of this entry »