Lately, I’ve been really into the whole “Clean Eating” phenomenon because I really do think that eating “cleaner” foods (i.e. foods that are not processed, made with artificial ingredients, etc) is not only the way to serious weight loss, but also to much better health. I’m not perfect…and I still enjoy some junk food, some [...]
I wasn’t planning on posting this Arugula and Pear Salad Recipe with Blue Cheese until later this week, but it was SO good, I had to share it sooner. Loaded with delicious textures and flavors, this salad satisfies both sweet and salty cravings all in one bite. It was seriously so delicious, my husband and I were fighting over the last few forkfuls!
Just recently, my BFF, Janice of Sew Girly Alterations introduced me to an amazing new smoothie recipe – Kimberly Snyder’s Glowing Green Smoothie. Kimberly Snyder is a top Hollywood Nutritionist, and many of her clients are the celebrities whose bodies we drool over with envy. This green smoothie recipe is part of her Beauty Detox program and it’s something that she has all of her clients drink.
This weekend, I was a baking madwoman, experimenting with a couple new Weight Watchers recipes and having lots of fun! One of which is this Maple Pear Muffins Recipe. Each muffin has just 5 Points + per serving, which isn’t bad for a carb-based food using sugar AND maple syrup.
Looking to shake things up this Thanksgiving with a unique stuffing recipe that not only tastes amazing, but that has just 4 Points + per serving? Well then this Prosciutto and Pear Stuffing Recipe will make you squeal with delight. Easy to make and brimming with delectable Autumn flavors, I was really surprised by how low calorie this stuffing came out to be
Treat yourself to this delicious and easy Autumn inspired Pear, Quinoa, and Spinach salad for just 4 Points + per serving. Fresh and light, this quinoa salad makes a wonderful low calorie side dish recipe to serve with a variety of Fall meals, or as a non-traditional Thanksgiving dish.