Who doesn’t love a good pumpkin bread? It’s one of the fall favorites, and let’s be honest here, pumpkin and pumpkin spice everything are much welcomed flavors in my life year-round. Pumpkin pie, pumpkin bread, pumpkin spice lattes, pumpkin cookies, pumpkin soup. Well you get it. I’m the… Read More »Pumpkin Bread
Nothing beats the smell of freshly baked cookies. I mean, they even have cookie aroma candles for crying out loud. So it’s definitely a thing. In one of my favorite romantic comedies “Because I said so”, there’s a scene where Mandy Moore is expecting her date to arrive… Read More »Maple Tea Time Cookies
I LOVE banana bread! Scratch that, I am head-over-heels in love with any recipe that has bananas in it. Real bananas. Not the artificial flavor shenanigans that you often find when you buy something “banana flavored”. So when you have ripe bananas at home, don’t throw them out.… Read More »Easy Banana Bread
Let’s start this post by giving you a backstory of how purple sweet potato gnocchi happened in my life. I was in the supermarket the other day doing groceries for the week. We typically start with the produce section since it sets the tone for what I’m going… Read More »Purple Sweet Potato Gnocchi
Every day we have the chance to nourish our bodies the right way. It’s incredible how our bodies have the ability to recover on a daily basis. All we have to do is give it the right tools, the right nutrients. And what does that mean? It comes down to making the right food choices. Not only about whether something has too many calories or if it will end up in little extra love handles.
There’s a lot more to picking the right meals and snacks than calories. As a matter of fact, I’ll go as far as to tell you that calories really don’t matter at all. Think about it, a dish rich in avocados will have a high amount of calories and could even be as high as a burger. But we can’t see them that same way. When it comes to calories, the comparison between foods is not an apples to apples situation. Which is why calories should not be the main criteria. Instead, here’s an easy guide on what to look for when making food choices.