Some surprising facts about chocolate.
We like hummus a lot. It’s a great travel food. It tastes yummy on sandwiches, as a dip, or in wraps. And it’s really good for you.
But sometimes we want a change, and this Broccoli-Avocado-Hummus Dip offers a delightful twist on ordinary hummus. It’s guacamole meets hummus. And it’s a great way to sneak some veggies in your day.
What’s so great about these Potato Nachos? First, you know everyone will love them because who wouldn’t love to have a huge plate of nachos loaded with silky cheese sauce and luscious sour cream and call it a healthy meal?
Plus they’re more flexible than
Looking for a yummy but healthy cookie to serve at your family gathering or to include in your Christmas cookie exchange? Look no farther. Almonds and orange zest give these easy-to-make cookies a wonderful flavor … and because they’re very low in refined fats and sugar you can enjoy this holiday food treat without worrying about adding extra pounds.
Ten minutes – 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 – and you’re ready to introduce your taste buds to this full-of-flavor, I’m-gonna-miss-you-summer, super-healthy Garbanzo Pesto Salad!
Even so-called “healthy” oils, like olive oil and coconut oil, are still 100% fat. Here’s a rich and creamy (and easy!) pesto recipe without a drop of oil in it.
This lower-fat, nutrient-dense pesto saves you an average of 60 calories and 5 grams of fat (per 1/4 cup serving). And it is cholesterol-free!
Dear Mr. Sunshine, Welcome back. You’ve been missed! Now that you’re here, I want to spend every spare moment with you, and I certainly have no desire to spend any time with Mr. Stove. So sandwiches for lunch it is.
Butter vs margarine – which is more fattening? It’s a debate that’s all over the internet with some crazy so-called “facts” on both sides of the argument.
Sometimes you want something sweet.
But you don’t want to actually make cookies because you don’t want to wait 20 minutes for them to bake. You want something you can eat now.
Like the ice cream that’s in the freezer.