Welp… presents have been unwrapped, stockings are empty, and Santa is probably on his way to Hawaii for some much needed r & r. I don’t know about you but I had a great holiday season – lots of fun time with family, friends, and food. I even competed in a little stollen (traditional German Christmas bread) throw down!
Phew! Anyone else exhausted (and still full) from Thanksgiving? *Raises hand* What a fun-filled, food-coma holiday, though! But if you’re like me, you’ve probably been chowing down on those healthy, crunchy greens and fruit since Sunday. That doesn’t mean we have to give up on our daily sweet treat, however. In an attempt to clear up some
I may be a professional chef and therefore have endless ingredients at my fingertips, but there are some days I just don’t have the time to put into a carefully crafted lunch. Shortage of prep time doesn’t mean I want to skimp on flavor, however. And one of my favorite lunches that satisfies my lunchtime
For those of you heading out to the pumpkin patch like we are this weekend, make sure you have plenty of snacks for all of those hay rides, corn mazes, haunted houses, and pumpkin hunting that you’ll be doing! I love having a stash of these homemade granola bars in my pantry for days like
YOU GUYS! It’s almost time for pumpkin season!! I have been waiting all year for my two favorite seasons: pumpkin season and Christmas-treat season! But because I’m staring down a few months of delicious goodies, I came up with this guilt-free, protein-packed pumpkin pancake recipe to fuel you through the upcoming festivities. And I threw
These seasonal ice pops are a refreshing treat on hot summer days, and they’re made with only four ingredients. There’s only so much ice cream you can eat to cool off, so we came up with this recipe for those times when only a cold, icy treat would do the trick. They come together in minutes.