Spring has sprung! The funny thing is, typically a season brings with it strong correlations to certain types of foods, i.e., winter: comfort foods; summer: barbecues, fall: harvest foods… but I don’t have a strong association when it comes to spring foods.
Soufflés are typically high in fat and calories, but they don’t have to be! Especially not when you prepare them on your own using a few simple ingredients… only four to be exact! This dish is so light, simple and refreshing and it’s super easy to make!
A nice big piece of key lime pie is probably enough to send your mind away to a tropical resort as you envision lying by a poolside under the bright hot sun. It is so delicious and refreshing as you savor every bite.
Today, I wanted to take a break from the training tips and share a great recipe that I’ve been using for months now—SLOW COOKER KALUA PORK. Pork is a great source of lean protein and is low in fat. This is a great option to break up the typical routine of chicken, fish or steak as a protein source.
I’m going to show you how to make a delicious dessert-like treat with 5 grams of fiber that is sure to leave you satisfied…my Pumpkin Pie Smoothie! (For only ~200 calories!)
I’m sure that we are all familiar with that sweet tooth craving that can rear its head, especially at night. Well, today I’m telling you to cave to the crave! “Really?” Yes, really! I’m going to show you how to make a delicious bakery-style treat that is low carb and has only five ingredients! With only 3 grams of carbohydrates, go ahead and satisfy your craving with quickness and ease!
I’m starting off my spring fever kick with a delicious and healthier spin on the average frozen sorbet. Oftentimes the sorbets you might come across at the grocery store or ice cream parlors have tons of added sugar, calories and preservatives that we simply don’t need!
One of the best ways to keep your diet exciting without getting off track is to have fun with veggies. High in fiber and low in calories, vegetables are the ultimate clean-eating companions. Now, I’m not one of those people who can snack happily on raw veggies. Boring. Rather, I love my veggies steamed, grilled, sautéed or, especially, roasted.
Asparagus is a repeat offender on most nutritional plans, but it can get real boring… I know this. With that, I’ve shredded it up to add a little variety to our routines!
Why did I choose cherries for my oven-baked pancake? Cherries are one of the richest sources of anthocyanins. Of the 150 different flavonoids found in plants, anthocyanins appear to have the greatest antioxidant capacity.