Rice krispie treats withe frosting, decorated for Christmas! Advertisements
There are a lot of fad diets out there and a ton of nutritional advice everywhere. But the one that really makes the most sense to me is the blood type diet (http://www.dadamo.com). I read an article recently about how some diets/foods that are good for one person may not be so good for another… Continue reading Blood Type Diet.
I love Banana Cream Pie and have been wanting to perfect a recipe so that I can someday make a perfectly delicious banana cream pie. This year, I started off with a recipe that I found online and the pie turned out alright. However, I learned a few things I would do differently next time,… Continue reading Banana Cream Pie.
I’ve had the NutriBullet for a while now and have had a NutriBlast almost every morning. There was one weekend morning where I really wanted toast instead and another where I wasn’t feeling good and had toast. Sometimes, you just need toast. Anyways, here is what I have learned so far with my NutriBullet: -It… Continue reading NutriBullet – Day 11
I did it. I bought a NutriBullet. I didn’t see any of the infomercials. I am not hoping it will perform one of the health miracles it claims to fulfill. I did not buy it in the hopes that my life will be forever changed. So why did I buy it? For the convenience. Day… Continue reading NutriBullet – Day 1.
If you’re looking for a Halloween treat to make, the Brownie Graveyard isn’t too hard but does look pretty cute. Here’s how I did it: -Make brownies (I used a box mix) -While they are cooling, put a handful of walnuts into a ziploc bag. Place a paper towel or napkin around the bag, then hammer… Continue reading Halloween Treat – Brownie Graveyard
My favorite “eat the rainbow” chart is located here: http://www.precisionnutrition.com/color-chart. There are a ton of others on the internet but I like this one best. This was my starting point. I wrote down the items I like for each color. Green: Snap peas, broccoli, spinach; Red: Tomato, walnuts, cherries, raspberries, watermelon; Orange: Cantaloupe, corn, citrus fruits,… Continue reading Food Plan.