I used to make these oaties allll the time, and somehow, totally forgot about them. It wasn't until I had a few extra ripe bananas on hand that I remembered to make them again… and now they’ll definitely be added frequently to my rotation. They have only 3 main ingredients and make a perfect make-ahead breakfast or snack. Did I mention that they’re almost too easy to make?!
There is nothing better than easy dinners. Okay, one thing that’s better - easy, one pan dinners. Sheet pan dinners that allow you to make everything on one pan alone are pretty much a gift to the world. Read on to make your new favorite dinner happen this week.
Yep, you read that right. Chocolate chip (and chunk!). Pumpkin. Banana bread. If you’re thinking that sounds really good, I promise, it tastes even better than you think. And when all foods fit in your diet, delicious dessert like this is a must.
The week after Labor Day: you’re kinda sad summer’s over, kinda excited about the fall, kinda want to do a little cooking, and definitely want to maximize time spent outside during the last few weeks of nice weather. Enter: these 20-minute Southwestern Stuffed Sweet Potatoes.
As sad as it is that summer’s ending soon, there’s also so much to look forward to in the fall: less humid, sticky days (hallelujah!), crisp air and the gorgeous colors of leaves changing, plus most of us start to get back to our usual routines with the start of school and end of summer traveling. Around this time too, I’m often asked by clients about easy ways to ease back into the swing of things food-wise.
The best kind of meatless recipes are the kinds that both meat eaters and non-meat eaters enjoy and trust me, this is one of them. I love how easy this sauce is to throw together too - it takes virtually no work on your end to make it from start to finish.
I made up this taco salad as I went along not expecting it to be anything special… and let’s just say I was very, very wrong. It was easy to make and super delicious. Keep reading for your new favorite healthy weeknight dinner.
It’s sweet cherry season! For Northwest-grown cherries, the short season typically only lasts from June through August and is well worth taking advantage of. Sweet cherries are delicious, easy to eat, versatile and packed with a multitude of nutrients and health benefits.
Cooking fish can be intimidating. I don’t know why – something about it just seems hard. I totally felt this way until about 2 years ago, when I finally learned how to cook salmon and realized it was actually the easiest thing ever to make.
I hesitate to even call this a recipe but, because you’ll definitely want to make it, I had to share it. These PB&J are crazy easy to make and can be stored in the freezer for whenever you need a little something sweet. Personally, I’m a big Reese’s fan and prefer those over homemade versions any day. But, because Reese’s has yet to make a PB&J version (hint hint), these babies were born.
It’s January, and with January comes a major influx of healthy new year resolutions. Honestly, I don’t have much of an opinion on resolutions either way: I think if you want to make them, great, and if you don’t want to, that’s great too. As long as they’re realistic, healthy and sustainable resolutions, it’s totally up to you.
During the winter, I always have so much fun finding new ways to use veggies (file under: most dietitian-like statement ever, whoops!). Unlike in the warmer months, where salad reigns king, it can be a lot easier to play with different cooking methods once the weather gets cold.
A few weeks ago, I announced my partnership with Unilever as one of their 2018 Agents of Change. This is a partnership I’m truly excited about and proud of, as Unilever’s mission is one that not only do I stand behind, but also one that I know resonates with so many of you, too.
At the risk of sounding cliché – breakfast is truly the most important meal of the day. It gives us energy to start the day, gets our metabolism going and helps to regulate our hunger each and every day.
Last week, Whole Foods Marketcame over to my apartment to shoot a video about cooking their Wild Caught Sockeye salmon and to discuss what being healthy means to me. Naturally, I was super excited to share my views on eating healthy and basically become a pseudo-celebrity.
I'm slightly obsessed with this pancake recipe. It has 4 ingredients that you probably already have in your kitchen and is super easy to make. You basically just throw everything in a blender and you’re good to go!