Here’s a quick weeknight meal that’s healthy and kid friendly (despite the hidden veggies) and best of all it’s easy. All you need are a few ingredients (love the mirepoix mix from Trader Joe’s).
There are certain women who you connect with on social media that you just know you’re going to click with even though you haven’t formally met. That’s how I felt about my now good friend, Christine . She’s a total boss lady and works as a killer real estate agent with The Agency, but she’s also an incredible cook, hostess, and mother.
Lucky for us she’s sharing her incredible Mediterranean Red Snapper recipe! It’s flavorful, elegant, and easy! And don’t be intimidated by the idea of cooking a whole fish. It’s not only easier but it’s much less likely to overcook! Read More
Are you familiar with the cooking method known as Sous Vide? I wasn’t until a good friend of mine introduced it to me and I fell in love. With sous vide, you will be cooking food for a long period of time, inside a vacuum sealed bag. As the food is inside a vacuum, it lacks the oxygen that many toxic bacteria require to survive. But you also heats food just enough so that it reaches the exact “doneness” you desire, with no risk of over- or under- cooking.With sous vide, you really do get the best of both worlds. You no longer need to decide between taste and health, as this method results in food that is more tasty and more healthy!
Here are sous vide tools you’ll need to get started:
Now let’s talk about my favorite topic: the health benefits.
For years my favorite breakfast was warm oatmeal with berries. But as much as I enjoyed it, I was starving 2 hours later. I would reach for any convenient snack and I would be hungry again soon after.
What I didn’t realize then, was that I was eating food that was spiking my blood sugar levels and then causing a crash soon after.
This Fab Four Smoothie formula developed by my favorite holistic nutritionist, Kelly Leveque, helps you develop a blood sugar balancing replacement meal that includes protein, healthy fats, greens, and fiber to keep you full for 4-5 hours! Read More