I love grilling and use all 3 methods, mostly depends on the time of year. Camp fire to me is always the best because it means I'm out in the woods or the country somewhere. Cooking on a camp fire can be a bit more challenging but the enjoyment of relaxing around a camp fire makes it worth it.
It's summer time and the best part of summer is grilling! Who doesn't love grilling?
Even trainers have free meals that don't fall under healthy eating. The main focus is to have a free meal once in a while. Most of us designate one meal a week that we allow ourselves to eat anything we want. That day for most of us trainers is the weekend. We focus all week and then we give ourselves a break.
This recipe is wonderful for anyone who frequently misses breakfast due to lack of time. These overnight oats are made the night before… and enjoyed the next day. It takes less than 5 minutes to throw this recipe together and it’s truly delicious.
These crockpot meatballs get points for ease and deliciousness. They do take a little bit of prep time, however once you’ve done the prep you can throw them in the crock pot for 4-6 hours and forget about ‘em!
Fall = football and football = parties. This weekend I went to a game-day party and of course needed to bring some sort of yummy snack to share with my friends. My boyfriend had mentioned that one of his favorite party snacks his mom used to make were ham roll-ups with cream cheese and green onions. To be honest I didn’t really understand what...
I chose to try a lighter version of chicken salad for this weeks recipe review because often I hear that my clients are eating chicken salad sandwiches for lunch. Traditionally chicken salad sandwiches are made with mayo which packs a ton of extra calories.
I chose a peach cobbler because I wanted to take advantage of the local fruit we get here in Denver. While I wouldn’t recommend that my clients make/eat peach cobbler frequently, I think it’s a lovely end of summer treat.
When I heard we were getting snow this week it was a sign to me that it was time to make pesto! I researched several recipes and they were all basically the same. The one I chose to follow came from a website called “The Secret Life of a Chef’s Wife”.
I’ve recently seen recipes for baked avocado with egg and I’ve been wanting to give them a try. How can you go wrong with avocado and eggs...possibly two of the best foods ever and both of which provide excellent health and dietary benefits.