via - sproutedkitchen.com A Fabulous Way to Enjoy B-Sprouts! We roast a lot of vegetables in the cooler months. Everything dumped onto one large sheet pan, almost any number of spice combinations, and then you just leave them alone. I am all for minimal hands on time these days while trying to keep both kids... Continue Reading →
via Silk Bloom - BuzzFeed 1. Embrace the art of cooking. food-gifs.com The Slow Food movement is anchored in the belief that ingredients, flavors, and preparation matter to your health. Cooking for yourself makes you acutely aware of what you’re eating, and as a result, you eat healthier. It also tastes a lot better, too. 2. Eat... Continue Reading →
via Daily Infographic Oh God, I have some bad news. My diet of dark chocolate and cashews carries more calories than fried chicken. Don’t worry, switching to fried chicken wont be a problem! Seriously though, the human body does not require many calories to function, yet we can consume 138 times more calories than we... Continue Reading →
via Emily Fleischaker - BuzzFeed So Thanksgiving was awesome. Cause you ate all this stuff. bonappetit.com After the meal you kind of felt like this. inmytorys.tumblr.com But all weekend you kept eating like this. youhavefailed.tumblr.com Until all of a sudden you felt like this. pardonmyfranglais.tumblr.com And your clothes fit like this. tiny-panda.tumblr.com Now you think maybe you... Continue Reading →
via 100 Pounds, 100 Days Here are some great snack ideas that are all under 100 calories! Keep some with you throughout the day to get you full, give you energy, and keep you from overeating during meals.
via Mandy's Recipe Box I am sharing a healthy recipe today. Shocker. I know. I love zucchini. I love fries. Put them together and you get these guys. Healthy doesn't always equal tasty. These fries do match up healthy and tasty. These are baked, not fried and just as good. You can eat them as... Continue Reading →
via Shared Appetite Ingredients: Spaghetti Squash Pad Thai 1 medium-sized spaghetti squash (about 3-4 pounds) 7 tablespoons neutrally-flavored oil, such as canola or vegetable oil Kosher salt and Freshly ground black pepper 3 eggs 1 (8-ounce) package firm tofu, finely diced (about 1 cup)* 1 large red onion, thinly sliced 6 cloves garlic, finely minced... Continue Reading →