Category: Recipes

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Freeze & Storing Green Smoothies

Some days I am too busy to make a daily Green Smoothie so now, I make a full 2 quarts, drink one pint and freeze 3 pints for the next three days spreading out the nutrition making sure I get several servings of vegetables and fruit daily. When I make a Green Smoothie I make a full […]

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Make Your Own Veggie House

I found this on Green Giant’s Facebook Page. What a great idea to make a house out of healthy carrots, celery, cucumbers. They made the carrots into shapes like lincon logs. Too cute! Like their page to see more healthy yummies like this. They are asking others to create veggie houses and share a photo […]

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Healthy Flavored Coffees

I love flavored coffees but they are loaded with sugar and hydrogenated oils. I use Liquid Stevia Sweet Drops. Vanilla is my favorite. Liquid Stevia Sweet Drop are made with stevia leaf extract and natural flavors, can be added to foods or beverages – from yogurt to oatmeal, water to coffee, sauces to smoothies – for sweet, […]

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Healthy Pumpkin, Carrot, Craisin Muffins (Sugar Free)

I have an 11 year old picky eater. I make muffins to sneak in healthy food in his diet. He loves these muffins and has no idea they are sugar free This is a double batch about 36 muffins 1 3/4 cups flour 1/2 cup barley flour* (or almond flour) 1/2 cup lintel flour* (or […]

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Nana’s Pumpkin Bread w Crainraisins and Pecans

Pumpkin Bread My mother started this tradition about 50 years ago by cooking the bread in coffee cans to make round loaves. I no longer buy the right size coffee cans so I bake it in regular bread pans. I miss the round loaves. INGREDIENTS * 3 cups canned pumpkin * 1 1/2 cups vegetable […]

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Pumpkin Fail?

I saw this pumpkin cake  on Pinterest you make in bunt cake pan and frost an ice cream cone for the stem. We made it. The boys had fun coloring the icing. But I’m just not that great at frosting. Is it a Pumpkin Cake Fail? We had fun and it taste great so not […]

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Steamed Cabbage and Kielbasa

Ingredients 1 cabbage cut up 4 cups water if steaming or beef broth if boiling 1-2 pound fully cooked turkey or beef kielbasa** cut into 1/2-inch pieces, at a slant 8 medium potatoes, peeled and cubed 6 large carrots, chopped 1 apple, peeled, cored and quartered 1/2 teaspoon pepper 3 tablespoons cider vinegar **Reasons Not […]

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Make Any Soup More Nutritious

After listening to Dr Furhman I learned to make any soup even healthier  with a nutritious soup base. You can make any soup more nutritious by adding phytonutrients that will keep your immune system strong. Plant foods like garlic, carrots,tomatoes, sweet potatoes, broccoli, and dark leafy greens like kale (or mustard or turnip greens) pack a nutritious phytonutrient wallop. Fuhrman made the […]

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7 Reasons You Should Eat Quinoa

I make a huge pot of quinoa (pronounced Keen-wah) each week and keep it in the fridge as a base to add to three or four times a week. You can use it like you would pasta or rice, but it is more nutritious.  You can add different ingredients such as feta,  chicken,  fish or different […]

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Make Ahead Oatmeal in A Jar

I’m a big fan of make ahead recipes. Last week I made “Salad in a Jar”. I was pleased with the results.  Today I tried the Oatmeal in a Jar also called Refrigerator Oatmeal. Update: I love having breakfast ready when I wake up. I make these every week now! I use 1/2 pint jelly jars for […]

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