The start of the new year marks a start to lifestyle changes for many resolution-setters. One of the most popular resolutions is to eat healthier and perhaps embark on a new diet. If you are in this boat and considering a new diet for you or your family, below is what you need to know about each of the most popular diets before you decide.
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Are you pumped for the Big Game? It’s not a football party without the guacamole! When it comes to typical tailgating dishes, like fried buffalo wings, greasy chips and sour cream-based dips, guacamole is a snack option that contributes nearly 20 vitamins and minerals, making it a nutrient-rich choice. So grab your favorite veggies or baked tortilla chips and dip into some delicious guacamole!
Today's guest blog post comes from Ashleigh of Dash of Evans. Visit dashofevans.com for family, food and fun…on a budget! In our house, making meatballs is a family event. Yes, it’s messy and it takes a bit longer, but it’s something fun we can do on a weekend afternoon. On the speaker, we put some Motown music on and have a blast! I love to double or triple the batch to freeze for other meals. These turkey meatballs are delish and filled with veggies.
During the chilly, snowy winter months, all my family craves are warm, comforting dishes. There’s something special about a hot bowl of soup on a freezing cold day. I’m always looking for new ideas to pack warm lunches for my kids when they head off to school. A good thermos is a must-have lunchbox item in the winter!
It’s the start of a new year and resolutions are in full swing. Things like eating better, exercising more and kicking unhealthy habits are usually at the top of the list. Did you know that smoothies are one of the easiest ways to snag some extra nutrition? Here are 14 healthy and delicious ideas to get you started.
New Year’s is the time of the year when we set resolutions to eat healthier, go to the gym more or pick up a new hobby. Make sure you start the New Year off right by filling up on these healthy and delicious snacks at your New Year’s Eve party! After all, what party would be complete without the snacks?
We decided to look back at our top recipes for 2016 and share them with you. As busy parents, we know that it’s easier to make a few simple swaps in an already family-favorite than create a whole new recipe, and we’ll be striving to provide more recipes like that in 2017.
Hanukkah begins this week, with 8 days full of family, fun and food! One of the most popular foods this time of year is potato pancakes, or latkes. Did you know you could switch things up with just about any veggie? From Brussels sprouts to beets, we collected some new takes on this holiday comfort food plus a few other Hanukkah favorites.
Last month, our friends at Avocados from Mexico shared some delicious and easy ways to swap out ingredients like butter, mayonnaise and sour cream for avocados for an extra produce boost in meals. This time of year, desserts are everywhere. While we believe in everything in moderation, why not make a few simple swaps to boost nutrients? Using avocados in your desserts contributes nearly 20 vitamins, minerals, and beneficial plant compounds that can enhance the nutrient quality of the diet.
We latinos love to celebrate eating traditional foods like this boiled yuca salad for Christmas. Yuca is a root also known as cassava. This root is very common in the Cuban cuisine and it is prepared in many several ways. Yuca is used as an alternative to potatoes and it is a great complement to a turkey meal or for serving with pork.