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The flavors of this simple and healthy soup brought back wonderful memories of Istanbul. The red lentils cook up quick and paired with lots of chopped vegetables, this soup is packed with fiber! Fresh lemon juice and a pinch of smoked paprika or red pepper make it reminiscent of authentic Turkish lentil soup.
You can pack a lot of activities (and food!) into one weekend. Check out my adventures around Houston, TX and the places I recommend.
January is here and the temperature has dropped! Just the thought of being outside gives me shivers. Erase those winter chills with this recipe for healthier, chicken, broccoli, and cheese chowder. And the best part is, the low-fat ingredients in this soup won’t cause you to break that resolution you made to lose 10 lbs. by spring break!
Packed with super-foods, my Curried Lentils and Kale is a meal that helps you to rebalance your system after overindulging. With lentils, ginger, turmeric, and kale, this dish will fill you up without weighing you down.
Need dessert for that NYE party? Try a new twist on classic white cupcakes. Coconut oil, light coconut milk, and fig preserves replace traditional ingredients making these Coconut Cupcakes a simple-to-make crowd pleaser!
Why is it that as a culture we feel so guilty for taking a sick day? One of the healthiest things you can do is give yourself permission to stay home when sick.
The weather’s turned cold, but that doesn’t mean you can’t heat things up with your honey at home! Check out my newest recipe for “Date Night” Bolognese Sauce and treat your special someone to a gourmet meal in the comfort of your own home.