PICKLED RADISHES

I have a hard time eating radishes raw. My kids, thinking they are pretty, have tried eating them but have spit them out so many times – so I thought I would try something new.  I am typically not a huge fan of pickled vegetables but I really, really like these pickled radishes. We’ve been eating […]

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GREEK YOGURT TZATZIKI DIP

I am always looking for different ways to get more vegetables into my diet. I have been making a lot of nourish bowls/buddha bowls and green smoothies lately but I need to change it up a bit. I love Tzatziki dip and so this recipe is my take on it. Having a good vegetable dip […]

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RAW PECAN PIE BLISS BALLS

I really love Larabars – and so does the rest of my family. They are one of the only convenience-type bars I buy but it’s sometimes more economical to make them myself. I used to make bars similar to Larabars but they would crumble and didn’t transport very easily, so I used the same batter […]

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PROTEIN PEANUT BUTTER COOKIES

 Having food on hand that doesn’t require a lot of time and effort is really helpful for staying on track and eating healthy. These cookies are super quick and easy and can be made in about 10 minutes. Basically just put all the ingredients into a food processor, mix until the ingredients become a creamy […]

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CHICKEN POT PIE SOUP

Chicken pot pie is such a delicious comfort food and is loved by everyone in my family. So I wanted to make a version that was healthy and packed with vegetables but still had the flavor of a traditional pot pie. I prefer to eat this as a soup because the filling of a chicken pot […]

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APPLE DOUGHNUTS – CHEESE AND YOGURT

I have a few favorite mid-morning or afternoon healthy snacks that I eat often  – and fruit and dip is usually one of them. I sometimes eat apples with savory toppings/dips and when I am craving something sweet, I’ll choose a sweeter topping. My kids really like these apples because they are fun to eat […]

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DAIRY-FREE HOT COCOA

I was beginning to think I needed to put all my winter recipes on the shelf. It’s February and I was playing basketball outside with the boys without jackets or coats. It was too warm for cozy soups or hot cocoa. But yesterday we woke up with a blanket of snow. The boys ran to […]

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