These delicious snack/dessert is easy to prepare and is filled with real food ingredients. Just a warning…I’ve been known to eat these over the pan….they’re that good. So practice some portion control or share them with friends. Amazing with tea or as a post workout protein bite. One of my all time favorite treats!
One of my favorite fall soups as soon as the temperatures in New Jersey start to dip down and busy weeknights call for something warm and simple. It's not completely necessary to roast the squash first, but it adds to the depth of flavors and makes a huge difference. If you're short on time look for frozen or pre-cut, peeled squash in the produce section. You can even roast the squash up to a day ahead of time. The cashews add ju...
This classic fall dessert will make a welcome appearance for breakfast. Warm gooey apples over a hot stack of oatmeal pancakes are sure to please. Invite friends over for brunch and celebrate the season in style, making your home smell cinnamon sugar sweet.
Nutrition News…whole grain oats, flax seeds and fiber make this comfort food breakfast guilt free.
This time of year we all find ourselves at some farm stand or pumpkin farm. Everyone's happy, picking out apples, pumpkins, pies and cornstalks. Next thing you know you have a cider donut in your hand and your healthy habits are out the window!
I know this because...hey look I've been there. This photo was last year's evidence of 'getting into the spirit!' YUM!
It really was not as tasty as it looks, but I was cold and hot cid...
This combination of apples, beets and ginger came to me like most of my recipe ideas while trying to go to sleep. I know, my head can't shut off recipe creation! I've always enjoyed drinking these veggies down as a cold smoothie, so now that it's getting to be sweater weather...I thought let's throw them into the soup pot, warm them up and see what happens.