Fall has arrived! Therefore, this month’s recipe-round-up will focus on recipes that include fall ingredients, or are associated with fall in some way. Below is a diverse list of recipes that are both good for you and are absolutely delicious!
As you’ve already read above, fall is finally here! You know what that means. Pumpkin spiced flavored everything! If you are someone who enjoys pumpkin spiced flavoured beverages but is looking for a healthier alternative, then give this pumpkin spiced chai latte a try! This recipe uses honey instead of sugar, which makes it the perfect option if you are trying to reduce your sugar intake.
This delicious recipe is perfect for chilly fall evenings. It is filled with delicious and nutritious ingredients such as squash, chicken, black beans, and many more. Give it a try, and you won’t be disappointed!
Back to school season is here! That means many of you will be looking for healthy snack ideas to send with children to school. I always recommend packing homemade snacks as many store-bought snacks can be filled with sugar and many other processed ingredients. This is the top reason why making your own snacks can be a great way to insure that your kids are getting a tasty and healthy snack in their lunchbox!
If you are looking for healthy snack recipes to make for your children, then this is the post for you! Below is a list of 9 simple, healthy, and delicious snack ideas that you can prepare and send with your kids to school.
These delicious snack bars are the perfect chocolatey treat to send with your kids to school! They are packed with nutritious ingredients such as chickpeas and sunflower seeds. These bars are also gluten free and vegan.
The pantone colour of the year for 2017 is Greenery! I am not normally an artistic person but when I saw the 2017 pantone colour of the year, the first thing I thought of was FOOD! Greenery is a color that is associated with nature. This means that we usually tend to think of things like warmer weather, plants and being outdoors when we think of the colour green.
In the nutrition world, green is associated with green vegetables! Adding a variety of green vegetables is a wonderful way to add more nutrients into your diet. Most leafy greens contain essential vitamins and minerals such as:
These are all nutrients that your body requires to function properly and so it is important that you include them into your diet.
There are plenty of ways to include greens into your daily meals. You can start small by including greens as snacks throughout your day. For example, you could try having some broccoli with a healthy dip or you could even...