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
Saturday’s dinner consisted of super yummy and healthy veggie taco bowls. I love making meatless dinners at least once a week, to give the digestive system a break, and this is one of my go-to recipes. We’ve been on a healthy kick for the past week or two and now we’re trying to stick with
Christmas time is my absolute favorite time of year, mostly because I have all the excuses in the world to bake and eat cookies. Typically, I make gingerbread cookies and peanut butter blossoms, but this year I decided to step it up a notch. Sort-of. Every time I indulge in one of these delicious