All Posts By Robin Miller

Molten Lava Cake

by , November 19th, 2012

Whenever we celebrate something huge in our family, we often include Molten Lava Cake for dessert. You know the one – insanely-rich chocolate cake filled with fierce, semi-sweet chocolate lava. As you cut into the warm cake, melted chocolatey good...

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Pesto, 3 Ways

by , November 12th, 2012

cilantro pesto on chicken
Basil pesto is excellent on practically anything – chicken, fish, beef, pork, vegetables. And it’s so easy to find prepared, if you don’t have time to make it from scratch you can still enjoy it. But what about other pesto varieties? Would...

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Pumpkin-Chocolate Chip Mini Muffins

by , November 6th, 2012

pumpkin muffins
In the fall, I utilize fresh and canned pumpkin as much as physically and culinarily possible. I adore filling my house with this gourd’s sweet and nutty aroma and autumn in my house wouldn’t be the same without it. That said, I’m curious why ...

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Miso-Honey Glazed Salmon With Orange and Soy

by , October 29th, 2012

miso glazed salmon
So what’s the deal with miso? Readily known as the base flavor for the popular Japanese soup, miso is a thick paste made with fermented soybeans and barley or rice malt. It’s used heavily in Japanese sauces and soups because the salty, t...

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Apple-Cabbage Slaw

by , October 22nd, 2012

apple cole slaw
I never make slaw the same way twice. It’s fun to get creative and make the salad seasonal. Bagged slaw mixes are so convenient, why not? Plus, cabbage is low in calories, rich in phytonutrients and a very good source of fiber, vitamins A, C, K, B...

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London Broil French Dip Sandwich

by , October 8th, 2012

french dip
Bet you didn’t think you’d see a hearty beef sandwich on Healthy Eats! Fact is, it belongs here. Lean red meat (i.e., sirloin, tenderloin), is a great source of protein, zinc, B vitamins and iron. Tell me more, you say? Protein not only keeps yo...

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Grilled Chicken With Balsamic Syrup and Crumbled Feta

by , October 1st, 2012

balsamic chicken

Balsamic syrups and glazes are amazing and you can drizzle them over practically anything. I say “drizzle” because they’re thick and rich, a little goes a long way. The bottled varieties are pretty good but since they sometimes contain maple s...

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Parmesan Roasted Brussels Sprouts With Smoked Paprika

by , September 17th, 2012

brussels sproutsYou must admit, Brussels sprouts are cute. They resemble baby cabbages and their flavor is reminiscent of their  popular cousin, broccoli. But they’re often snubbed. Why? My guess is, Brussels sprout-haters have, at some point, eaten them when the...

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Robin’s Healthy Take: Egg Rolls

by , September 10th, 2012

egg rolls
For my Healthy Eats posts, I seem to be on a roll when it comes to revamping America’s favorite restaurant fare. That said, I couldn’t forget the amazing egg roll. When I was pregnant with BOTH of my boys, I craved egg rolls like there was no to...

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Robin’s Healthy Take: Better-For-You Potato Skins

by , September 3rd, 2012

Are you sitting down? You should be when you read the nutrition numbers for restaurant-style potato skins with cheddar and bacon. Ready? Here goes:

Calories: 1270
Total Fat: 83 grams
Saturated Fat: 38 grams
Total Carbohydrate: 97 grams
Protein: 33 ...

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