Have a Happy and Healthy Halloween with these Healthy Halloween Recipes. Find recipes like; Ghost Meringue Cookies,Pumpkin Mashed Potatoes, and Candy Corn Granola Bars. Fid these frightfully delicious recipes and more all at the EatingWell website. The EatingWell site is stocked with delicious and healthy recipes for all occasions or everyday meals. Check it out […]

via Healthy Halloween Recipes — My Meals are on Wheels

Sending Halloween Greetings….Sharing the Love through Great Recipes!


9 tips for storing fruits & veggies (so they actually last all week) — Dietitian Andrea

 

After a long unexpected hiatus…I hope everyone reading this had a wonderful healthy summer, creating memories, having fun and sharing love where ever your travels led you.

With the beginning of the academic year for most, life becomes busier and more chaotic for some. As we look ahead to our busy weeks, I thought the following article is a great reminder to many of us.

Enjoy!

Do you start the week with the best of intentions to head to the farmer’s market or grocery store and buy, chop and prep all the produce? To get allll the nutrients from your fruits and veggies and radiate a healthy glow as you conquer the week?

via 9 tips for storing fruits & veggies (so they actually last all week) — Dietitian Andrea


You can sip on this Mango Lassi with Cardamom and Pistachio as a breakfast or Brunch or Lunch or Dinner. No Kidding. This can serve as either a protein packed delicious breakfast in the morning or a delicious dessert in a glass in the evenings. This world-famous drink is filled with probiotic from the Greek […]

via Mango Lassi with Cardamom and Pistachio — MyYellowApron

Mango Lassi with Cardamom and Pistachio — MyYellowApron


Sharing is Caring….

When we went plastic-free, we cut store-bought snacks. Those processed foods come packaged in plastic in one way or another—either in plastic bags, or in plastic bags tucked inside cardboard boxes or individually wrapped in plastic and then stuffed into yet more plastic bags. So we started making more snacks from scratch—stovetop popcorn, crackers, dips […]

via Roasted Chickpeas — The Zero-Waste Chef



Ripe and Ready….Mission Banana!

How many times have you found yourself with too many over ripe bananas to eat?  Good timing this time.  You may have guests over the Spring/Easter vacation staying with you or you may want to prepare ahead for a Sunday brunch, these bananas are not going in the freezer for smoothies this time.

I have derived a quick, easy, sugar and yes, fat free muffin or bread if you prefer, just adjust baking times accordingly.  Take a look below and try this new one fresh out of the kitchen today!

Anytime you try one of the recipes please do not forget to share the love by passing it along and any feedback you have for me is always welcome.  Happy Baking….


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Honey Choco Chip Banana Muffins

4 small, Ripe Bananas

2 Eggs

¾ cup Honey

½ teaspoon Pure Vanilla Extract

1 teaspoon Cinnamon

1 teaspoon Baking Soda

1 cup White Whole Wheat High Protein Flour (or any other whole grain or wheat flour you choose)

1 cup White Unbleached Flour

1/3 cup Milk Chocolate Chips

Preheat oven to 350 degrees Farenheit.

In a large bowl place ripe bananas and mash with fork. Add eggs, honey, vanilla, cinnamon and mix at médium speed until a smooth consistency is achieved.  Add flour, one cup at a time at low speed when well combined stir in chocolate chips.   Spoon batter (or use an ice cream scooper) into a lightly sprayed or lined cupcake pan for approximately 18 minutes or until golden.  I filled the cupcake liners only half way to make medium sized muffins.  Makes approximately 24 medium muffins.


A House Favorite Fresh Cut Veggie

Carrots are very good for your body and it will shock you how your body will be well nourished by taking carrots. Prevention of Heart Disease: In a study meant to reveal the therapeutic value of carrots, researchers at the Wolfson Gastrointestinal Laboratory in Edinburgh, Scotland revealed that cholesterol level drops by an average of 11 percent […]

via 10 Health Benefits of eating Carrots — TheNigerian Newspaper