5 Favorite Food Blogs with Healthy Recipes

  Healthy eating can often seem like something that’s a challenge to get around to doing. “I’ll start tomorrow,” we often tell ourselves. Because like many things that require planning and motivation … sometimes it just seems too challenging. Well, it doesn’t have to be. Plenty of great, easy, and most of all healthy recipes … Continued

4 Simple Ways To Start Eating Healthier

  For some of us, eating healthy always seems just a bit out of reach. This can be frustrating and lead you to feeling discouraged. But you should never be too hard on yourself — especially in this age of fast food that screams out to us especially loudly when we are overworked and exhausted. … Continued

Meal Plan Like A Pro

What do you think of when you hear the phrase “meal plan”? Is it a stack of plastic Tupperware filled with identical meals of chicken and sweet potato? Is it a tattered page out of your notebook with words like “salad” or “oatmeal” on repeat? Is a confusing app on your phone that you downloaded … Continued

Healthy Dinner’s Your Kids Will Love

  One of the more common challenges we hear about when trying to eat well is managing picky eaters. It can be difficult when you’re trying to stick to your healthy foods, but all your kids will eat is warm, buttery pasta. Instead of trying to either make two meals (salmon and Brussels for you, … Continued

Healthy Holiday Cookie Roundup

Office party cookie exchange? Kids’ gingerbread decorating party? In-laws holiday dinner? Chances are you’re going to be making a batch of cookies at least once this season. Instead of dusting off The Joy of Baking Cookbook for a dated chocolate chip cookie recipe, why don’t you try one of these festive and healthy recipes? We’ve pulled from our … Continued

Chicken Zoodle Soup

  Comforting and healthy. Makeover your homemade chicken noodle soup recipe with these 3 simple swaps for an upgraded version of this classic, cozy meal. Swap zucchini noodles (a.k.a zoodles) for traditional pasta noodles. Replacing flour noodles with a vegetables makes a lower calorie, nutrient packed bowl of soup. We suggest this spiralizer to turn everything from zucchini … Continued

5 Tips for a Healthy Halloween

Whether you’re under 10 years old or over 30, Halloween = candy overload. I mean, who can resist that pillowcase full of bite sized butterfingers? Instead of  feeling like the holiday got the best of you, we’ve got some tips to help you (and your kids) avoid the Halloween sugar hangover. Make a festive meal: Instead of sweets being the center of … Continued

Mix-N-Match Stuffed Roasted Squash

Are more of a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants cook? Us too. That’s why we love this mix-n-match guide for making stuffed winter squash. A hearty and healthy meal you can adapt to whatever you have on hand. Here’s how it works: Base Ingredients 1 squash (acorn, kabocha, butternut, delicata) Olive oil 2-3 cups of filling per squash (depending … Continued

Sugar Free September Challenge

Join us for Sugar Free September! A nation wide challenge, where we’ll be saying no to refined sugars for an entire 30 days. This is Molly’s 3rd year doing Sugar Free September with her Gap 7am class, and this time we thought we’d ask you all to join. Why? According to data from the U.S. in 2008, … Continued

Salted Banana Peanut Butter Ice Cream

Ice cream lovers, listen up! If you haven’t tried banana “nice cream” yet, get ready because your dessert world is about to be rocked. By simply freezing bananas in small slices and blending, you get a rich, creamy and sweet mock “ice cream” made from only bananas. One try and you’ll be impressed with how similar … Continued