Baby Breakfast Burrito Bites

I saw a great idea on Pinterest for “burritos bite”s, and I thought I could try to make a healthy breakfast version. Anddd….it was super successful! We had a breakfast potluck for my work (I work with a bunch of Registered Dietitians, nurses and endocrinologists) and these were enjoyed by everyone. These guys are very easy to make (seriously). Plus if…

Lime-Sriracha Popcorn with Brewer’s Yeast

March Maddness=parties and munchies everywhere. Avoid the fatty, high calorie finger foods that are being served at most March Madness parties. Eat this instead! Or, just enjoy as a yummy snack for movie watching or between meals 😉 Popcorn is considered a whole grain. Cooked without butter or much oil, this is an excellent low…

Like Refried Black Beans-But Not Fried

Those refried beans are sooo good! However…they usually are loaded with way to much fat and sodium. To help your heart out, I have a super simple recipe that you can make to replace those refried beans. Make a bunch of this and then add it to tacos, have it as a side dish, top your salad…

Lemon Roasted Cauliflower

I love simple vegetable side dishes! Having a meal with at least one vegetable helps ensure you’re getting that minimum of 5 servings of fruits and veggies in per day! The more vegetables you get in a day, the better, despite what anybody else says. Here’s a simple, yummy side dish for pretty much any meal!…

Honey-Ginger Glazed Rainbow Carrots

In case you haven’t noticed my obsession with “eating the rainbow”, there is a reason behind it! Each color in fruits and vegetables contain different vitamins and nutrients. For example! In the carrots shown: Orange: See well! The orange color is from the pigment from beta and alpha carotene. Beta and alpha carotene promote the production of Vitamin…

Hot Colorful Coleslaw

Coleslaw that is typically eaten in America are high fat, high calories, and not an item that should be consumed frequently. Other countries get this right. My friend shared this recipe with me, that her grandmother from Mexico has made for years. It is a light, healthy delicious coleslaw with no creams or added fats. Lots of flavor! Ingredients:…

Roasted Balsamic Brussels Sprouts

I dont know about you, but I love brussels sprouts! (Yes, they are always brussels, even if you eat one). These mini cabbage looking guys are packed with nutrition. 10 sprouts have over 100% of your daily needs, vitamin K (which aids in blood clotting, and helps make proteins for you rblood, kidneys and bones), Plus, these guys are a great…