Tag: cheese

5 Ingredients or Less: Eggs In A Basket

by in 5-Ingredient Recipes, Healthy Recipes, October 11, 2010

Also called “eggs-in-a-hole”, “birds nest,” “eggs-in-a-blanket” or “frog-in-a-hole”, this fun breakfast fave was served up to my kids on their first day of school. With less than 5 ingredients, it’s an easy and stress-free dish to cook up on a school day.

Strawberries 5 Ways

by in 1 Food, 5 Ways, Healthy Recipes, May 20, 2010

I love eating fresh strawberries all by themselves, but there many other delicious ways to enjoy them. You’d better hurry and give these 5 recipes a try as these red gems are in season for only a short time.

Reading List: Foods of the Future, Breast Milk Cheese & Raw Food Safety

by in Food News, March 12, 2010

In this week’s nutrition news: Soda taxes help shed pounds, how to choose the right nutrition expert and cheese made from breast milk — would you eat it?

Grilled Cheese, Lightened Up

by in Meal Makeovers, January 5, 2010

Who doesn’t love the ooey-gooey goodness of a grilled cheese sandwich? You can enjoy the scrumptious combo of toasted bread and melted cheese without throwing your healthy eating plan out the window.

But I Just Want Some Pizza!?!

by in Dining Out, Healthy Tips, October 23, 2009

Pizza is many folks’ an on-the-go lunch or dinner choice and a staple at kids’ birthday parties. I’m not one to resist a tempting slice (it’s my favorite food, second to chocolate), but I can enjoy one without overindulging — here’s how.

Healthy Pregnancy: Foods to Avoid

by in Healthy Pregnancy, September 9, 2009

What can’t I eat now? That’s one of the first questions that pops into your mind when you find out you’re pregnant. Sure, you cut out the alcohol and avoid caffeine, but what about those foods that might have lurking bacteria? Here are some of the foods I skip to cut back the risks.

Shopping for Low-Sodium Foods

by in Grocery Shopping, Healthy Tips, August 7, 2009

About one in three adults have high blood pressure. One step to improve or prevent high blood pressure is to lower your salt intake — especially from the biggest source, processed foods. These days many manufacturer’s offer “low-sodium” or “no salt-added” foods, but labels can be confusing. Here are some tips to keep in mind.