This breakfast sandwich is all that it looks and more! It’s healthier than any breakfast sandwich at a fast food chain and even more enjoyable! The real star of this sandwich is the “eggy” tofu patties. They can be cooked on the stove, in the oven or air-fryer. The sandwich is full of flavor and …
Oats make a great breakfast option, especially when you’re wanting something warm in the cooler months. They’ve been found to be more filling than breakfast cereals and they’re a cheaper option too!
It’s reported 41 % of households in the US are buying dairy alternatives and plant-based milks are at the top of the list.
This healthy, plant-based cereal is made with 4 ingredients, high in protein, no refined sugars and can be made gluten-free! Cereal is such a nostalgic breakfast option for me. Unfortunately, the mainstream cereal has artificial dyes, preservatives, refined sugars and other chemicals that aren’t good for our health – especially children!
People are more aware of keeping their immune systems boosted with everything that’s going on with Covid-19, but this is really something we should always be striving to do! Fruits and vegetables are packed with antioxidants that protect our cells from viruses and diseases.
Chia pudding is filled with omega-3’s, fiber and protein, making it a healthy snack option! Beet chia pudding is even better because it gets in a nutritious veggie and ups the antioxidant content. It’s also a great to have before or after a workout.
You might have heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and it’s TRUE! This week on ABC10 I showed 3 easy and healthy breakfast options for people on the go (recipes + video below), but first let me tell you why you should be eating breakfast.
This drink is cozy, comforting and filled with lots of health benefits! It’s perfect for the colder weather because it boosts your immune system and helps keep the body thriving. Turmeric is one of the best things we can add to our diet and this is a sweet way to do it.
Apple season’s here and this baked oatmeal recipe is a yummy way to use them, and perfect for all things fall.
Do you ever go for the banana bread when buying a pastry, thinking that it has to be healthier since it has bananas, right? Well, the majority of those loafs are filled with refined sugar, oils and preservatives.
You know when you’re so hungry and you’re just looking for something to grab and eat right away? If you’re like me, you’ll just grab whatever is in sight, which might not be the healthiest thing. Avocado Toast is like healthy fast food right in your kitchen! This upgraded version has a twist though so keep …
This homemade jelly only requires a few ingredients and comes together in under 15 minutes. It’s full of antioxidants, fiber and omega-3’s, which all benefit your health.
Blueberry Waffles that taste so good you’d think you were eating something unhealthy! Only six ingredients required, and they can be whipped up in about 20 minutes.
This easy, oil-free tofu dish is packed with veggies, plant-based protein and lots of essential vitamins for a healthy and nourishing meal. Tofu scramble can be eaten on it’s own, in a tortilla for tacos or even on a salad.
Pumpkin Sheet Pancakes can be whipped up in minutes and baked in the oven for a simple breakfast that will bring a lot of smiles and happy tummies. These vegan pancakes have been healthified, but still explode with pumpkin flavor and sweetness.
Blueberry Oat Muffins that are perfect for kids or adults. They are flour-less, dairy-free and only sweetened with fruit! It’s a great recipe for meal prepping as they can be stored in the fridge or freezer.
This is a tasty smoothie that’s healthy for any child, but especially for ones that might be experiencing some kind discomfort like growing pains or teething.
Homemade Carrot Apple Sauce is loaded with antioxidants and vitamins essential for good health. It’s great to feed to kids, especially for a tasty way to sneak in some veggies, but it’s also adult approved! It’s quick and easy to make, plus it freezes great to have on hand.
Studies have shown that starting children off eating healthy early in life will help to keep them eating healthy later on. It also decreases their chances of obesity, childhood diabetes, attention disorders and many diseases. Here are four easy and healthy meal ideas for little ones, but they’re so good you might
These donut holes are naturally sweetened with dates on the inside and outside. You only need five ingredients to make the donut, and two more to make the healthy icing! They can be baked in the oven or an air-fryer.
Nut milk can seem intimidating to make, at least it was for me, until I finally made my first batch of almond milk. It was pretty easy to do, but it was time consuming and I ended up not drinking it all before it went bad. So I came up with this simple way to …
These Banana Berry Muffins are a perfect treat to make for mom on Mother’s Day next weekend, or make for yourself right now! They are so simple to make – plus they are naturally sweetened, oil-free and can be made gluten-free so mom won’t feel guilty
This Healthy Homemade Latte only requires three ingredients and it’s so much better for you than what you’ll get from a coffee shop. It’s also a lot cheaper! I usually don’t drink a lot of coffee, but with a new baby this momma needs a little caffeine every now and then. This latte is sweet and tasty without any …
These healthy pancakes have become a weekend staple in my house. Not only are they incredibly easy to make, but they are fluffy and moist. Just look at the pictures of them! I’m wanting a stack as we speak. If you’ve ever tried to make pancakes without using dairy then you know