Got a craving for something crisp and flavorful? These clever combinations deliver satisfying hits that are sweet, savory, or a little bit of both without a whole lotta calories! Now that’s what we are talking about.
Whether you’re at work, heading to the beach, or stuck in the car traveling all day, having a packable lunch is key if you want to stay healthy — and not hangry. Enter the mason jar salad. Layered perfectly with dressing at the bottom and fresh veggies on top, you get a flavorful meal that doesn’t end up soggy.
Imagine your perfect summer day, sitting in the back yard with the sun shining and the breeze blowing. The birds are chirping, and you marvel at the beauty of this season. Then, suddenly hunger hits…. you reach into your bag and pull out a thermos of piping hot, simmering, thick tomato soup. Wait, what? That doesn’t sound very refreshing. Because it’s not! Those warming foods are great for the winter months when our body needs to be cuddled and warmed; however, in summer months the trend for a lighter fare of cooling refreshing foods like fresh fruits and vegetables are the flavors of the season that you need to draw upon.
What’s yummy, easy, and just screams summer? After all, it is July 4th, and that just signifies everything mid-summer. Here’s some of our favorite recipes that your friends and family are gonna flip over. Oh, and we promise you’ll never have leftovers!
Now more than ever we are all on high alert for fueling our bodies with only the best quality foods that we can, to help insure our health. ‘Superfoods ‘is just another name for some of the trendiest health foods for 2021 and are often touted as the rock stars of the food industry. They are densely packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, disease and cancer fighting compounds. With a little bit of education, let’s try to choose from a complete list of superfoods when deciding what to put into our meals, our smoothies, and even our supplements!
Yea! It’s Memorial Day Weekend! It is always a first glimpse for us into summer and all the wonderful family memories start to flood our memory! This Memorial Day we want to share a delicious menu for you and your family for that backyard BBQ! Whether you are enjoying the holiday weekend with your friends or just laying low at home, these delicious recipes will help bring on those summer vibes!
Let’s face it, we have been cooped up at home, which has given us ample time to brush up on our cooking and baking skills. Bread baking quickly has become a hot trend for us all stuck at home. Here’s a great recipe — so easy and simple: No-Knead Skillet Focaccia… and wow are we in love! This style bread can be transformed from savory to sweet just by adding what’s in your cupboard. We promise you this one’s a winner.
a special feature from Leslie Zinberg & Kay Ziplow, founders grandparentslink.com
Did you know that treating yourself is a good thing? Well, we know this to be true. We are all about a little indulgence here and there, so, we test lots of recipes for our readers, and when we hit a jackpot, we gotta share what we got. Plus, what a bonus- it’s apple season, and the ingredients for two of the recipes will be even fresher. Enjoy!
This Valentine’s Day, what if you and your loved one cozy up at home and both get in the kitchen? This menu* is easy to follow and will be fun to work together as two chefs, and you will build up that appetite no doubt! Maybe even surprise each other with a special bottle of wine rather than a gift… celebrate your love!
So here’s the deal about chocolate – first of all, it’s actually been reported to boost your immune system. Yep, that little cacao bean (the source from which chocolate is derived) is full of antioxidants which play a key role in supporting a healthy system. The truth is, the deeper the color chocolate, the more antioxidants. So go for that dark chocolate, as the lighter milk chocolate doesn’t offer the same benefits.
This healthy recipe with its combination of oats, nuts, and fruit, takes ho hum oatmeal to a whole new level. It’s the perfect winter warm-up. You can even make it the night before, cover it with plastic wrap, and refrigerate. The next morning, take it out of the refrigerator as the oven is preheating, uncover it, and bake according to the directions. If you like, you can double the recipe and put it in a 9X13 pan.
This holiday season get into the spirit mode that’ll satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth and spread wintry cheer. Give your friends a basket of homemade cookies, and of course, save some for your immediate family. There’s nothing better than special sweet treats. Check out these delicious cookie recipes!* Oh, and by the way – we tested them.