When I don’t have time to prepare a meal, I usually head for the blender. In a matter of a few minutes, I can have all my necessary daily nutrients blended up into a tasty smoothie. Almost no effort and I can whip up a quick and healthy drink? Count me in! (more…)
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It’s May, and it’s hot outside. Oh wait, no it’s not (at least not in SoCal)! Funny how it was perfectly hot and sunny outside when I photographed these refreshing mocktails way back in March. How’s that for some irony?
Anyway, it’s probably hot wherever you may be, and you’ll be needing some refreshing drinks to cool off after a long day, am I right? Not only are these mocktails refreshing, but they’re healthy (bonus points!) and don’t require a juicer (more bonus points!). Well, a juicer would be handy, but I got by just fine with a blender and some good old fashioned squeezin’. (more…)
That’s right. Cold soups are the hot thing to make this Spring (oh, the irony). Eating chilled soup is a refreshing way to cool off in the spring and sneak in those fruits and veggies…just in time for bikini season! For extra bonus points, try a different colored chilled soup each day. Not sure what kind of chilled soup to make? Have no fear! Check out my Best Chilled Soups for Spring post over at Small Kitchen College. Oh, and just in case you were wondering, the soup in the photograph above is Mango Crab Gazpacho (perfect for lovers of mango salsa and seafood!).
Dear fellow dessert addicts of the world…
My healthy desserts video for Student Health 101‘s April issue may have been published on April 1st, but trust me, this is no April Fool’s joke. Although my blog is all about healthy eating, I’m human, too! I can relate to those times when you buy a pint of ice cream…just to realize that it will be gone in a matter of minutes. (more…)
Microwaved eggs. If you just cringed at the thought of that, then you’re normal. If you’re like me, then you’d think microwaved eggs would be the perfect challenge to take on for Student Health 101‘s March issue: How to cook a fast but nutritious breakfast…using only a microwave.
To be honest, getting this assignment was a total bummer at first. How can I come up with a tasty, microwave-only recipe when I love experimenting with so many different kinds of tools in my kitchen? When I discovered it was possible to microwave eggs, I knew I wasn’t going to just settle on boring old scrambled eggs. Oh no, I was going to go big. I was going to attempt to make those oh-so delectable poached eggs with a runny yolk that bursts open when you puncture the egg white (If you love poached eggs as much as I do, then you’ll understand the satisfaction I take in doing this). (more…)