All Posts By Katie Cavuto-Boyle

Katie’s Healthy Bites: Curried Quinoa With Squash

by in Seven Days of Sides, November 18, 2010

Thanksgiving is one week from today! We’re kicking off our Seven Days of Sides with Katie’s Curried Quinoa With Chickpeas and Squash. This protein-packed dish is hearty enough to double as a main for vegetarian guests, but everyone at your feast will love this pumpkin seed-topped dish.

Katie’s Healthy Bites: Eat Your Sweets

by in Uncategorized, November 7, 2010

We all crave sweets from time to time, but you don’t (always) need that leftover Halloween candy or holiday cookie to curb your sweet cravings.  Nature provides us with naturally sweet, seasonal vegetables that will do the trick.  These veggies (often roots) are grounding and comforting ,and provide lots of nutrients that refined sugars areRead more

Katie’s Healthy Bites: Post-Halloween Pumpkin Butter

by in Uncategorized, November 1, 2010

Now that Halloween is over, swipe a pumpkin from your fall display and cook up this quick, easy pumpkin butter.  Whether spread on toast or spooned onto oatmeal, this seasonal treat is a must-try!

Katie’s Healthy Bites: Discover Delicata Squash

by in Uncategorized, October 28, 2010

As the days get shorter and the weather cooler, I begin to crave the comfort of cooking with hearty vegetables. Butternut squash and pumpkin get all the love, but I prefer creamy, lesser-known delicata squash. Learn why you should add this low-maintenance squash to your veggie rotation.

Katie’s Healthy Bites: Mystery Foods, Revealed

by in Uncategorized, October 18, 2010

Last week, I posted 4 “mystery” ingredient lists and asked you to guess what processed food the list came from.You had some great guesses — after the jump, find out if you were right! Plus, try these wholesome, healthy upgrades to common processed foods.

Katie’s Healthy Bites: Guess The Mystery Foods

by in Uncategorized, October 10, 2010

I recently read the book Food Rules by Michael Pollan. If you’re not familiar with this book, I would add it to your “must-read” list. It’s a super-simple guide to eating well and provides multiple “ah-ha” moments. It got me thinking about the food choices many of us make and whether or not we really take the time to think about what we are consuming. Can you tell what common food products are from reading the ingredients?

Katie’s Healthy Bites: 4 5-Ingredient Fall Recipes

by in 5-Ingredient Recipes, October 3, 2010

In the mood for fall flavors without a lot of fuss? Try this menu fit that’s easy enough for a weeknight meal, but impressive enough for company. Each recipe contains 5 ingredients or less! (Olive oil, salt and pepper don’t count.)

Katie’s Healthy Bites: Fall For Fresh Sage

by in Uncategorized, September 26, 2010

Cooler temperatures mean the yearly comeback of the comforting, flavorful herb sage. The greenish-gray sage leaf boasts a delicate sweet-savory flavor that is a wonderful addition to many a meal. Get the facts on this herb, plus a few sage-laced fall recipes.

Katie’s Healthy Bites: The Buzz About Honey

by in Uncategorized, September 19, 2010

It’s National Honey Month, so let’s pay tribute to this delicious natural sweetener. The average American consumes about 1.3 pounds of honey each year — find how its made, its benefits and how to keep it fresh. Plus: does local honey really help cure allergies? We’ve got the scoop.

Katie’s Healthy Bites: 3 Hot Breakfast Cereals

by in Uncategorized, September 13, 2010

Fall (and Healthy Eats’ breakfast week) is in the air, and nothing beats a warm bowl of cereal to start off a cool morning. Don’t worry, that doesn’t mean hours in the kitchen every morning. With a little planning, you can create soul-satisfying recipes that incorporate good-for-you whole grains, nuts and fruits.

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