I’m always on the look out for simple, quick and tasty ways to boost my nutrient intake and help me to feel strong and energized. This quest often has me just grabbing seeds and apples or a protein shake amped up with berries after a workout in the name of speediness, but then I decided to hunker down and figure something out that would taste great, could be made ahead of time, and most importantly didn’t require a lot of time.
I am no real fan of baking, but every now and then I get a hankering for something sweet and figure it is best to be in charge of the sugar I am consuming and to avoid things like corn syrup and other garbage type sweeteners out there. Last week when I got this hankering I opened up my cupboards and went through the mess inside. From there I was about to find a few items that would hopefully *fingers crossed* be able to mash together to turn into something delicious or at least edible.
Figuring out creative, healthy and tasty treats can sometimes feel like a big task and well that is why I am here. To help you discover simple tasty and healthied up versions of some of our favourite things.
It is the new year an many of us have made resolutions to get healthier, stay more active and make wiser nutrition choices which is super awesome! I find that for many out there we end up getting stumped up after a week or two of eating the same boring bland thing, we start to feel uninspired by that bag of mini carrots as our snack and before we know it we are finding ways to talk ourselves back into our old not so healthy habits.
With more people becoming more and more aware of the foods they consume sometimes it can begin to feel overwhelming when we are hosting parties or contributing to a potluck. It can be challenging to take into considerations everyone's eating preferences, dietary restrictions and severe allergies. The following recipe is not only a crowd pleaser but it is safe for any of your friends practicing the keto, paleo, vegan, vegetarian or just eating healthy lifestyle.