Ahh, leftovers…everyone’s least favorite thing in the world (unless it’s cold pizza from last night’s bar hopping, of course). The reality here is when you cook for two, there’s generally leftovers no matter how hard you try to ONLY cook for two. Usually, I’m okay with it because I can take it to work with
No need to wait for the holidays; these bad boys are delicious year-round!
You guys! I’m finally back on the workout grind and I feel so much better. In my latest If You Dare post, I talked about how exhausted I’ve been recently in dealing with a half-ass diagnosed thyroid problem. I took it upon myself to start taking some Vitamin D and an all-natural thyroid support supplement*.
The smell of bread baking in the oven is forever one of my favorite smells. Growing up, there was always something baking in Mom’s kitchen. From oatmeal raisin cookies to a warm, gooey apple pie, there was always a chance to satisfy those sweet tooth cravings. I strive to fill my kitchen with the scent
Tropical storm Emily is currently rolling through Tampa, so I thought tonight would be a great night for a hearty, home-cooked dinner. Turkey chili is one of my favorite recipes, which I used to make all the time during the winter back home. It’s a delicious, healthy meal that will warm you from the inside
If you haven’t figured it out by now, I have a strong addiction to anything sweet and most likely terrible for my arteries. The good news is I’ve developed a decent way to give in to my addiction once in a while by making healthier alternatives to dessert recipes. A few years ago, I made
One of my favorite salads in the world is the classic salad from Panera. It’s simple, super healthy, and the dressing is to die for. So, I made my own copy cat version of it, with an addition of some fresh berries, for my two upcoming long work days. Typically, I use whatever dinner leftovers
I was pretending to be 8 years old again, running and playing in that meadow and catching fireflies. I was quickly brought back to reality when my email jingled with the electric bill notification that I needed to pay yesterday.
After a 30-minute power yoga class I did at home, I was absolutely starving and really didn’t feel like cooking anything. As I scrounged through my pantry and fridge, I found all the necessities for making this yummy yogurt mousse. This recipe is actually inspired by a lot of Instagram posts I’ve seen, but I put
Let me just start off by saying that I have an unhealthy obsession of avocados…luckily for me, they are super good for you and delicious too. #winning A lot of my recipes are sort of last minute, “crap I have to use this stuff in the fridge before it goes bad,” meals that end up