Food is everywhere during the holidays. If you’re like everyone else, you don’t want to miss out on the fun treats all around. To avoid overindulging, it’s a good idea to keep plenty of delicious and nutritious snacks on hand. That way, you’ll feel satisfied without suffering the sugar crash that sends you back to the platter for more cookies 20 minutes after the first splurge!
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Don’t let your sundae go topless. This caramel sauce has been cleaned up so you can gobble it down by the spoonfuls. No corn syrup, no cane sugar. In a measly five minutes you’ll have the most savory-sweet caramel sauce your body can feel good about. Read more →
If you like mushrooms, it’s hard not to love them stuffed. These bite-sized, decadent treats are made with gluten-free crackers and dairy-free cheese, leaving no one at your dinner table longing. Think you can stop at just one? With such wholesome, nutritious ingredients, you don’t have to!
Content courtesy of Pam Higgins, Certified Health Coach
With Halloween today and candy canes already appearing on store shelves (can you believe it?), ’tis the season for sugar – yikes! This week marks the kickoff of the holiday season and for many, this can lead to a seemingly bottomless black hole of sugar cravings, sleepless nights and stress overload.
Let burgers and dogs take a backseat at your next barbecue! These Grilled Orange-Cilantro Shrimp are just as easy to make but add a touch of elegance to any party platter. Toss with fresh-squeezed OJ, olive oil, cilantro and a little minced jalapeno to kick up flavor. Cooking time is just five minutes—leaving you plenty of time to mingle with your guests.
Can’t resist candy this time of year? Create your own treat with non-tricky ingredients! Luscious dark chocolate, hearty hazelnuts and a dash of pumpkin pie spice come together in this incredibly easy recipe for Pumpkin Chocolate Bark. Chunky, fun and full of fall flavor, you won’t be tempted to unwrap any of your kids’ fun-sized bars with a batch of this sweet stuff on hand.
What’s better than chocolate and peanut butter, when it comes to candy bar flavors? Try dark chocolate and almond butter—with a sprinkling of chopped cashews—and see for yourself! Replicate the wrinkled-edge look of store-bought butter cups by layering ingredients in muffin tin liners, peeling away the paper just before serving.
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