I’ve found over the years that making smarter choices in the foods I choose does help with weight loss and can even boost my moods…happy foods, if you will!
With so many requests for healthy recipes during the holidays, I went to a trusted source, Dietitian Rosie Benner, for easy ways to modify a timeless side dish of the season — without compromising on taste. She shared three festive dressing ideas to try on Turkey Day, complete with lush low cal versions of each…
Summer was made for salads like this! These colorful fruit cups are fun and delicious.
New York Dame, Deborah Mintcheff, specializes in editing and authoring “packaged books,” cookbooks that carry a brand name and/or are subject rather than author driven. Along the way, she’s always, always cooking–her recipes and others’. She developed the recipe for these muffins, each a sort of individual streusel-topped sour cream coffee cake, for a New Year’s Day brunch party menu. Their feather-light texture is dotted with melted chocolate and fragrant with cinnamon-sugar.
Chef Michael Flores has come up with a delicious and easy pie…that might just make everyone at your holiday table happy. It’s a pumpkin-chocolate-walnut(or pecan) pie…to satisfy just about every taste.
Did you know more oatmeal is consumed in January than any other month? And that’s a good thing – because oatmeal can help lower cholesterol and may reduce the risk of heart disease. It tastes pretty good too! This recipe is simple – just mix the ingredients the night before, and serve cold or warm […]
Actually, this recipe belongs to Chef Kristy at Cooking Connections. She prepared this for us to taste-it was amazing. The best part – it’s incredibly easy because all of the ingredients are in the Cooking Connections department and most of them are already pre-made. Preheat oven to 375. Stuffing Combine the cranberries, walnuts and Raspberry […]