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Favorite Healthy Finger Foods

Hey Guys!  Happy Friday!  I’m just getting ready for the weekend.  I’m pretty excited because I’m co-hosting a good form run clinic with my chapter of Moms Run This Town and one of our local running stores.  We are planning our long run beforehand, then meeting for the clinic, then Continue Reading …

Spring Green Recipes

Another Friday is upon us and I’m so happy to be joining back with the #FF linkup.  These past few weeks have been a blur.  Sleep has been scarce and my extracurricular activities have been limited, but now my son appears to have cycled through his stage of sleep regression and Continue Reading …

Kale and Goat Cheese Quinoa

I love cooking with quinoa.  It’s such a delicious tasting grain.  It blends well with different flavors, prepares easily, and is a great source of a complete protein.  Kale is also another one of my favorite veggie items right now.  So pairing them together to create a healthy and delicious Continue Reading …

#FoodFriday – Bread Pudding

For Christmas this year, my husband and I agreed that we wouldn’t spend money on each other for gifts.   We spent the majority of our funds on our little 2 year old, making sure she had a memorable holiday.  I remember my husband specifically saying to me that if Continue Reading …

Food Friday

With the dip in the temperature earlier this week (weather in the 40’s is cold for us Florida folks), I was inspired to whip up my winter minestrone soup.  It’s a favorite in my household.   I’m a big soup person, but I tend to only prepare them when the weather Continue Reading …

Food Friday

I wasn’t able to attend a dining event last night due to child care issues, but instead I rounded up some yummy creations in the kitchen myself.  I handed my daughter some bowls and utensils and together we made some fabulous winter weather dishes.   This day I was focusing on fresh organic Continue Reading …

Whole Wheat Veggie Pulp Bread with Raisins

I try to make the best of my juicing habits.  Last week I whipped up another one of my all time favorite concoctions: Carrots, Celery, Swiss Chard and a Fuji Apple.  My juicer leaves the pulp behind, so I wanted to test out another baking recipe and utilize the cup Continue Reading …

Juice Pulp Banana Bread

Since I began juicing a year ago, I’ve attempted to find new ways to utilize the pulp that remains behind in my juicer.  Up to now, I’ve used it within omelets, stews and soups.  However, with my current desire to juice more frequently, I’m left with  a larger quantity of Continue Reading …