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Slow Cooker Black Bean Dip

Post sponsored by Crock-Pot® Brand/Mirum Shopper. See below for more details. I feel like when people think of bean dips, it’s easy to jump right to hummus. I always love a good hummus, and the occasional hot-cheesy hummus dip. However, I’ve found enjoyment in playing around with other beans for dips. My goal for holiday [...]

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Brussels Sprout Pizza with Goat Cheese

Quick note: I’m currently working on 2017 and I would love your opinion. Please fill out this quick survey and you will be entered to win a set of my books! Thanks! I find it hard to believe that I went a solid chunk of my life avoiding Brussels sprouts. These little brassicas heads, when [...]

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Six Tips For Stress Free Holidays

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Life in and of itself can prove to be very stressful at times,however, more often than not the holiday season

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(Giant and Mini) Holiday Butternut Squash Lasagna Rolls with Spinach

Post in partnership with Disney’s The BFG, now available on Blu-ray, Digital HD & Disney Movies Anywhere. Feeding a toddler has made me more creative. I’m always looking for ways to miniaturize recipes so that he can join along with exactly what we’re eating. So, when Disney asked me to create a giant and mini [...]

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Kale Quiche with Garlic

Post sponsored by Bob’s Red Mill. See below for more details. During the holidays, quiche is my gateway vegetarian recipe. It’s a wonderful bridge for those who might be a meat and potatoes kind of person to those who want to load up on vegetables. This kale quiche is one of my favorites to make [...]

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Sweet Potato Mac and Cheese with Spinach

During the winter months, we eat a lot more pasta. It’s not always the healthiest but I love finding ways to add more vegetables to each dish without overloading. This sweet potato mac and cheese was one of my first experiments that has been made for years. The sweet potato helps to create a beautiful, [...]

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4 Tips for Raising Happy, Emotionally Healthy Children

Mother and daughter

“Emotional intelligence begins to develop in the earliest years. All the small exchanges children have with their parents, teachers, and with each other carry emotional messages.” ~Daniel Goleman

I consider myself an expert on the emotional needs of children. Mostly …

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Rosemary Potato Egg Bake

Post in partnership with Frontier Co-op. See below for more details. When it comes to holidays, I’ve always appreciated that Thanksgiving is on a Thursday. We usually get a four day weekend where we can just lounge around. As a result, it’s my favorite part of the holiday. Usually, we have a leisurely breakfast on [...]

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Healthy Holidays – Feel Good, Not Guilty

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The winter season, with its holiday traditions of foods and festivities, can be the toughest for dieters. Yet with careful

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Carrot Salad with Miso-Lemon Dressing

Even though November/December are usually the months for baked-good overload and rich foods, I’m usually prepping for the lighter recipes of January. It’s nice because the lunch salads help balance the rich foods surrounding me during the holidays. This salad contains my current obsession: miso-lemon dressing. The saltiness from the miso pairs well with the [...]

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