Y’all, I am ALL about yummy, easy recipes, and seriously, it doesn’t get any better than this!!! 5 ingredients? Toss it in the blender? Bake? Yep, it’s that easy! But it gets better! They’re gluten free, have zero processed sugar (minus some of the toppings), and are full of protein!
I am always looking for fun new breakfast recipes that are still HEALTHY! After having been on vacation and losing a week to more travel and other activities, I was really needing to get back on track with my eating but still wanting a little something fun, so I came up with this Chunky Monkey Oatmeal.
It’s super-yummy, and the best thing is you won’t even miss any sweetener! So, go ahead and give it a try, and let me know what you think!
Snacking sometimes gets a bad rap, but in all reality, as long as your snacks are healthy, the habit can have a number of health benefits. When I looked up the actual research regarding snacking, I was pretty pumped because I’ve always been a “snacker.” God hours between meals? No way! That’s not for me! Have smaller, more frequent meals? Yes, please! That’s right up my alley. So, as moms, how do we fit snacks into our day when we trying to balance the baby’s naps, older kids carpool, job responsibilities, and keeping the house from crashing down?
The easiest solution is to opt for healthy, kid-approved snacks! When we can eat what our kids are eating, it simplifies everything – one option, one prep, one clean up…That makes things so much easier! Continue reading
I can remember coming home from school so hungry at the end of the day, and I’m still the same way. So, it’s always important for me to have several healthy snack options at the end of the day. If I don’t have snacks on hand, I often fall prey to mindlessly snacking on something. I don’t always have the most creative snack ideas, but I can always find fun ideas on Pinterest. These are some of the favorites that I’ve found recently, so if you’re looking for a fun and healthy after school snack idea, check these out.
I’m on a bit of a snack kick lately, so today I’m sharing a few of my favorite budget-friendly healthy snacks. In my roundup last week, I focused on snack recipes, but a snack doesn’t have to be something you put together. In fact, most often when I’m snacking, I just grab a piece of fruit or a handful of nuts to get in a healthy and satisfying snack. I love these options because it keeps things frugal and helps me stick to my health goals. Need a few healthy snack ideas? Here are my favorites!