For “his,” of course it was a bit more dank. Think sneaking spinach into your child’s spaghetti… I melted Swiss cheese on both sides of bread, topped with a guacamole spread Joe prepared the other night, and added my healthy hummus and sliced red pepper. [ Read the full article ] »
That is why I am happy to share with you my Caesar Salad recipe which is not high in calories, but high in taste. I actually prefer this recipe to any version I have tried at restaurants. Last night for dinner, I served Foodie his salad with chicken and mine with shrimp. It was delicious! [ Read the full article ] »
This brownie recipe is everything you want brownies to be… chocolaty, moist, chewy, a taste of heaven in every bite! A secret to brownie success is to do everything by hand; no electric mixer. Enjoy!
2 cups sugar [ Read the full article ] »
Here’s another gem that I would like to share with you, my recipe for African Peanut Soup. While living in NYC, a healthy café I frequented served this hearty, zesty soup, and I became hooked. Since then, I have not seen it on the menu at any other restaurants I have visited. So, I decided to create my own version.
African Peanut Soup is delicious, nutritious, and has the perfect balance of sweet and savory. I love this soup because it is very flavorful and satisfying, and the only ingredients are veggies, aside from peanuts. This soup makes for a delicious lunch that you will enjoy while also getting a healthy serving of vegetables.
1 can tomatoes [ Read the full article ] »
I recently discovered a recipe for “Everyday Chocolate Cake,” compliments of Kelly Keough, host of The Sweet Truth on Veria TV. This recipe is a true gem. Yup, it’s gluten-free, and composed of wholesome ingredients such as brown rice flour and sweet potato. But the reason I am so excited about this cake is because of it’s superstar ingredient, buckwheat groats.
People such as myself, who eat healthy, but don’t follow restricted diets such as ‘raw food,’ are probably not consuming much buckwheat. Buckwheat groats can comfortably be called a power food, as they are a good source of manganese, magnesium and fiber, have high quality protein, containing all eight essential amino acids, and rutin, a powerful antioxidant. [ Read the full article ] »