Looking for a delicious, easy, healthy breakfast that will keep you and your gaggle of guests going this holiday season? Try my Apple Cider Oatmeal! I used Nature’s Path Organic rolled oats and Nature’s path multigrain cereal, available in canisters (great for the long winter!) Apple Cider Oatmeal Yield: 4-6 servings Ingredients: • ¼ cup […]

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Grape Cheese Balls! Growing up in the 1970s and ’80s means I experienced all sorts of interesting — some would say crazy — food trends. Everything from Hamburger Helper to Steak-Ums to casseroles made with cream of mushroom soup. And who could forget “salad,” which was essentially a gelatin mold with anything and everything suspended […]

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Figs are one of my favorite fruits and so simple to prepare for family and friends. Add some fluffy, creamy ricotta cheese, a tiny bit of honey, and I’m in heaven. These delicious little bites are perfect as an appetizer or dessert. A healthy and delicious addition to your next gathering! Figs with Ricotta Makes […]

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It’s my favorite time of year again. I love the cool, crisp air and leaves changing colors. And, of course, apple picking and pumpkin patches! To get fully in the Autumn mood, try my Pumpkin Muffins below. Full of warming spices and delicious pumpkin, these goodies can’t be beat. Pumpkin Muffins Yield: makes about 24 […]

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Eating a rainbow of colors is a great way to ensure you’re getting a variety of nutrients and can be fun for the whole family! This bean salad tastes great and has a ton of color and crunch. Perfect for lunchboxes or a light dinner. Peppers are chock full of vitamins C and A, as […]

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Have you tried Sunflower Oil? Some of the health benefits of this amazing oil include: 380 degree smoke point (GREAT for cooking!) High in Monounsaturated Fat High Omega 9 High Levels of Vitamin E Great for your skin Heart-healthy Light, nutty flavor Sunflower oil is great for: sauté, stir fry, deep fry, and baking add […]

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This summertime favorite is perfect for all your summer picnics and cookouts! Tons of Vitamin C and the sweet/spicy combination is amazing. And here’s the best part – mix any leftovers with vodka or gin and you’ve got a great adult bev! You’re welcome. Watermelon Salad with Jalapeno and Lime Servings: 4 Ingredients: 1 seedless watermelon […]

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This month’s Recipe Redux challenge is to “Beat the Heat with the Slow Cooker/Instant Pot/Pressure Cooker” – some of my favorite summertime cooking methods! I used my Instant Pot to create this Vegetable Curry – a delicious, easy meal to make midweek. Enjoy! Vegetable Curry Yield: 6 servings Ingredients: 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 onions, […]

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In honor of Recipe Redux’s 6-year anniversary, this month’s Recipe Redux challenge is cake or a small bite dessert. Happy anniversary! Woo hoo! As my daughter will tell you, I love baking muffins. I try to incorporate vegetables and/or fruit in every muffin recipe and I always focus on minimal additional sugar from three sources […]

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Looking for a new way to prepare kale? I admit, I’m not a huge fan of raw kale so I’m always thinking about creative ways to prepare it. Here’s a great way to cook it without adding any oil or sticking it in an oven. Quick, easy, and delicious! I like to use crispy kale […]

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