Egg In A Squash Hole – Eggs are baked in rings of roasted squash for a delicious, healthy, fun, gluten-free and Whole 30 compatible breakfast the whole family will enjoy.
This Baked Pumpkin Risotto is made with brown rice, making it a healthier option than standard risotto. It’s rich and creamy in spite of being vegan and dairy free, and since it’s baked there’s almost no stirring required.
A few weeks ago, my friend Alison said she wanted to throw me a little “sprinkle” before the baby came. I was like, wtf is a sprinkle?! That’s not even a thing! But apparently it is and she wouldn’t be talked out of it. I told her fine, but no gifts and it had to…
10 Lunch Packing Tips, hacks, and ideas to help you get your lunch packing game on track! Learn how to make a plan, what equipment you need, and other strategies for delicious and healthy lunches for work or school.
This Vegetarian Frittata Recipe features sweet corn and tomatoes with a bit of sharp cheddar for an easy and healthy meal the whole family will love. Naturally low-carb and gluten-free, this healthy vegetarian frittata is perfect for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or make-ahead meals!
Summer vacations are the best, but it can be tough to keep healthy eating on track. Here are eight simple ways to eat healthy at the cabin and still enjoy your summer vacation!
How to make Chia Pudding – this easy make-ahead recipe soaks overnight in the fridge for a gut-friendly breakfast. Easily made vegan or Whole 30 compliant, this simple chia pudding is for everyone to enjoy!
It’s time for our monthly chat about nutrition and wellness in the news, what’s going on in the world, and other bits and bobs. Blend yourself a cucumber mint slushie and join me!
Friendly reminder that you do NOT need to do a detox. You have a complex and wonderful body with a system in place to clear your body of waste and toxins – let’s learn about it and celebrate our incredible bodies!
Pregnancy Nutrition can seem daunting, especially in the first trimester when it can be tough to eat anything at all, let alone what’s considered healthy. Here are some of my tips and tricks for getting through the first trimester as best you can.