Pomegranates are a winter fruit. Why not indulge and eat tons when they are sweet? The health benefits are amazing! Talk about all the vitamin C and antioxidants they have. Of course there are tons of other health benefits. I have been thinking of what to make for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. After all, it needs to be special since we aren't seeing family this year. Regardless, we are foodies, so there is always a special meal of some sort for the holidays! What about a Pomegranate Winter Salad? Perfect for the holidays right? You get all the winter colors that are so vibrant and beautiful! Setting the table gives it an extra pop of color, serving this dish!?
Fall is here and you can finally feel it in the air. The cold mornings and the leaves turning color. Here comes the holidays filled with sweets and heavy comforting foods! It's easy to crave warm foods in winter to keep toasty and cool foods in the summer. You can still have salads in the winter with warm foods in it! This fall farro salad will keep you full and warm all over!
There are so many healthy breakfast ideas without having the same thing everyday. Change things up. Try something new. It also doesn’t have to take you 30 minutes to make. Filling and inexpensive and the kids will love these meals. They won't be asking for a snack an hour later! I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!
Most schools are nut free because of the rise in nut allergies over the years. I decided to update my nut free school lunch ideas blog. Nut-Free meals and snacks also make it more difficult to create meals when you have to check the labels on snacks and ingredients when cooking. These lunch ideas are great for school and work.
I’ve been using this new sauce from Whole Foods, called Garlic Rosemary Citrus Sauce. It is amazing! It reminds me of a warm winter dish but incorporated with a summer salad gives it a cozy yet, refreshing taste. It is springtime but the weather has not been the best and we are all quarantined due [...]