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Simple Healthy Guacamole

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Traditional guac is of course extremely good for you. Avocados are full of healthy fats and equally important, they’re delicious! But because of its fat content, it can be easy to go overboard in terms of servings. This simple healthy guacamole recipe was inspired by Trader Joe’s reduced guilt guac which cuts the calories and adds some good-for-you protein with ... Read More »

Salted Maple Chestnut Cookies

Salted Maple Chestnut Cookies

Chestnuts aren’t just for Christmas time. If you’ve never had a chestnut, it’s unlike any other nut you’ve seen! It’s chewy instead of crunchy. A single nut is 2-3 times larger than an almond. It doesn’t contain that much fat. I mean seriously, how is this thing even a nut? But it is delicious. And paired with dark chocolate and maple ... Read More »

Rosemary Sage Freekeh Pilaf

Rosemary Sage Freekeh Pilaf

What the freekeh is freekeh? Let me introduce you to another ancient grain: freekeh. Why is it that all of the ancient foods have funny names? First quinoa, now freekeh. What’s next? If you’ve never heard of this grain, you will soon. It’s finally starting to show up on supermarket shelves. If you can’t find it at your regular supermarket, ... Read More »

Buffalo Chicken Pizza

Buffalo Chicken Pizza

Ok guys, this one is a real winner. It’s hubby approved and he’s pickier than a 2 year old. And it’s so simple to make! If you don’t feel like preparing the chicken yourself, buy grilled or roasted chicken in your deli section and this recipe will come together in no time. Did I mention these freeze well too? Once ... Read More »

Cauliflower Rice Burrito Bowl

Cauli Burrito Bowl

If you’ve never had cauliflower rice, this is a great recipe to test it out in. I’m not sure who coined the term “cauliflower rice” because it really isn’t like rice at all. But it is delicious. If I were to compare it to any grain, it would probably be couscous because of its lighter fluffier texture. Either way, it ... Read More »