In addition to being a nutrition powerhouse, quinoa is forever versatile. You can make it savory or sweet, all depending on what you mix in. The citrus and honey make the perfect combination in this simple gluten-free recipe, and the cilantro adds a pop of freshness.
Fill your holiday candy dish with something sweet and healthy. Pop some cashews in the oven, then toss with a simple honey-brown sugar glaze, spiced just slightly with a dash of cayenne.
Potatoes aren’t just for baking or mashing; they work well in a salad, too. This gluten-free recipe combines fresh and sweet flavors with the hearty bite of red potatoes. It’s served warm – perfect for a cool fall day!
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If you have a soft spot for peanut butter cookies, but would rather not rack up an extra 15 grams of fat, try this recipe for Glazed Peanut Butter Honey-Oat Cookies. They’re made with PB2, the popular peanut butter powder with 85% less fat and calories than the traditional spread.
What’s hot and not in health this week? Let’s explore the latest trends and info, including an amino acid that doubles as an antioxidant and the not-so-appetizing ingredients used to make pet food.
If you like honey, you already know it’s an extremely versatile substance – you can slather it on irritated skin, swipe it on dry lips, add it to tea, spread it on toast, or just enjoy it by the spoonful.
Or maybe… just maybe… you can pour it all over your head?
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