I want to see if you're as good as people say you are!
reblogged from pinch of yum
Tricking your kids into eating their vegetables has never been easier or more tasty! Use this amazing kale and pine nut pesto over whole grain pasta, spaghetti squash, eggs or even as a sandwich spread! Not into kale? No problem. Use spinach instead for an equally healthy substitution.
There's only one thing better than a garden fresh tomato... Garden fresh salsa! Head to your local farmers market, grab your food processor and get ready for your taste buds to have a guilt-free party!!
Summertime and the livin's easy... Or at least it should be! Here's an awesome, light and easy BBQ chopped salad recipe for your Memorial Day BBQ and beyond. It's a great lunch or dinner to keep you fueled for your next group fitness class (like the TRIFECTA!) or private training session!
This Caprese-style frittata was a hit with my family this weekend! You can customize it to put your own spin on the dish. The best part? It's great for any meal of the day. You can have it as a grab-n-go breakfast before one of our training sessions or a great way to wind down after our Friday night yoga class. Note: Throw in some fresh basil from your herb garden. You won't be disappointed.
Sneaking veggies into your meal has never been easier or more tasty! Enjoy these zucchini fritters as a snack, appetizer or even a light lunch!
Bring Taco Tuesday to any night of the week with this light and delicious guilt-free recipe. These are totally customizable, so make them to your taste! The protein and fiber are great to keep you feeling full and help you recover after one of our group fitness classes.
Soups are a great way to eat healthy and feel full. This soup has a superfood (kale) AND protein (quinoa and chicken). You can add more veggies like zucchini or omit the animal protein to customize this soup to suit your taste. I made this for my boys this weekend and everyone loved it! Best of all? You can make this ahead of time and heat it up after your group fitness training class!
When people think "vegetarian" they usually think bland food consisting of tofu, sprouts, more sprouts, and maybe some couscous or quinoa. Well "vegetarian" doesn't have to be bland -- it can be JUST as flavorful as the dishes your regularly enjoy while packing a healthier punch!
We've posted this recipe before, but this week's theme for Stacey's Shred is to lose by addition. Instead of stressing yourself out by taking things away (and then ruining all your hard work by running back into the arms of cheeseburger and fries), make the addition of a salad and other healthy foods a permanent presence on your plate. This salad may look complicated but those looks are deceiving. Focus on adding positive elements to your life! It's an easy way to aid your fitness journey and self esteem.
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