Must-try Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Health Food Recipes...

Aug 19, 2016 by

Nothing is more exciting than trying out new a health recipe every time you cook for your family and friends. There are numerous nutritious recipes to suit your style and for all seasons, occasions, and even health conditions. Whether you are trying to lose or maintain a healthy weight, you can add these amazing recipes to your diet plan. Check out these highly nutritious and delicious breakfast, lunch, and dinner recipes including top quality grocery items to use. Breakfast Recipe Egg Hearts on Multi-grain toast with Avocado &Tomato Salsa Ingredients; 2 thick slices multigrain bread 2 large eggs Finely grated parmesan Olive oil spray Butter(optional) Tomato salsa Ingredients; 2 large roma tomatoes 1 small ripe avocado, peeled, and chopped 1 tablespoon chopped chives I tablespoon fresh lemon juice Cooking Instructions To make the tomato...

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Top Tips for Better Cups of Coffee at Home...

Aug 18, 2016 by

Not everyone loves to go to coffee shops and spend time waiting for a cup of coffee. In fact, more and more people are taking their love for coffee home. Thanks to home espresso machines, handheld milk frothers and other coffee making tools available on the market, making delicious cups of coffee at home is easier than ever. These next few tips we are about to discuss in this article will help you make even better cups of coffee from the comfort of your kitchen. Add Layers There is no need to settle for a less-than-stellar cup of coffee just because you are making one at home. You too can make a cup of coffee that’s as beautiful as it is tasty. Want to create those layered look the next time you make a...

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Vegan? Check Out These 10 Delicious Vegan Desserts...

May 21, 2014 by

Vegan choices abound when it comes to desserts. Knowing a bit about a few key ingredients used in many vegan dessert recipes can help you figure out what will bring the most satisfaction to your sweet tooth. Here’s the scoop on coconut milk, chocolate, and dates and coconut, followed by some fancier options. Coconut milk: a simple staple Coconut milk, long a staple ingredient in curry recipes, is now recognized for its lactose-free status. It also delivers many vitamins and minerals. Like traditional dairy milk during its processing, coconut milk produces cream. This makes it a natural choice for smoothies, like this blueberry pie smoothie. Recipe And how about pumpkin coconut milk ice cream? Recipe Chocolate is choice For some people, chocolate is simply the only choice for dessert. The benefits of dark chocolate...

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Get Clear Information About Kid’s Favorite Snack...

Mar 19, 2014 by

Muffins – A Snack One such snack is the muffins which is a quick bread product. It can be sweet or savory. It is similar to the American cupcakes both in size and method of cooking. Muffins are taken for breakfast while other baked products like cake are eaten as dessert. Muffins are now made with different flavors such as apple muffins, chocolate muffins etc. There are American muffins and English muffins. American muffins are leavened with baking powder of baking soda and are small in size. The English muffins require yeast but the texture is very soft. What are muffin pans? To make a muffin one would first require a muffin pan which has specially designed cups to hold the muffin batter. Mostly the muffin pan contains 6- 12 cups and are 2...

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3 Turmeric Recipes For The Kitchen-Savvy...

Jan 17, 2014 by

There is much about turmeric that is worthy of raves – not just for health, but in the kitchen as well. In fact, Marco Polo recorded notes about this spice on his diary while he was in China in 1280 AD, saying “There is also a vegetable which has all the properties of true saffron, as well as the smell and the color, and yet it is not really saffron.” For over 700 years now, turmeric has been substituting saffron, the world’s most expensive spice. Perhaps the most noteworthy component of turmeric is curcumin, a curcuminoid that is responsible for giving the spice its yellow color. Like other important herbs and spices (such as tulsi), turmeric is a principal herb in Ayurveda, Indian’s ancient holistic health system. Today you can find turmeric in the...

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Paleo Diet Meal Ideas That Taste Great!...

Jan 12, 2014 by

The paleo diet involves a lifestyle of food that matches similar items eaten during the early existence of humans. These foods include items that can be hunted or found like meats, fish, vegetables, nuts and seeds. This diet also removes agricultural items like grains. However, just because pasta’s not on the menu, doesn’t mean you can’t eat great tasting meals while on the plan.   Breakfast Cut an avocado in half and remove the seed. Scrape out just a small amount of the avocado flesh (about 1 to 2 tablespoons) enough to fit one egg. Crack an egg directly into the avocado bowl. Place in a 425 degree oven for 15 to 20 minutes until egg white sets. Sprinkle with your favorite herbs like chives or cilantro and salt and pepper to taste.  ...

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Turkey Tricks: Five Ways To Use Turkey That You’ve Never Tried...

Jan 11, 2014 by

  Turkey can be a wonderful star of any meal; however, the traditional turkey dinner is rather labor intensive and the traditional options for serving up turkey can get a bit tiresome. If you seem to have fallen into a routine with how you serve turkey, it may be time to mix things up.   Omelets     When people think of turkey, they generally have a vision of it as a dinnertime food. However, it can be easy to start off the day with turkey incorporated into breakfast in the form of an omelet.     Turkey-stuffed omelets can kick off your day with a healthy dose of protein while delivering great flavor. Add shitake mushrooms, spinach, cheddar cheese to round things out for a delicious and healthy omelet. If you are feeling...

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Soft, Light And Chewy Sugar Cookie Recipe For The Holidays...

Jan 10, 2014 by

Now that we’ve enjoyed Thanksgiving, we are down to the last holiday (and last month) of the year – Christmas! If you didn’t eat too much during November you will still have space to enjoy more holiday treats for the coming season. Going back to basics, there is nothing like homemade Sugar Cookies – one of my personal favorites – to put you in the mood for a good book and a glass of milk. Below is my secret recipe for making a batch of the best sugar cookies ever! 2 sticks of butter 1 cup of organic sugar ¼ teaspoon of salt 3 cups of flour 1 teaspoon of vanilla ¼ cup of skim milk 2 teaspoons of baking powder ¼ cup of light corn syrup Turbinado sugar (for sprinkling) Organic powdered sugar...

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Why You Should Eat Organic To Reduce Your Chances Of Food Poisoning...

Jan 6, 2014 by

Food poisoning can be a very serious issue, it brings with it major health concerns and can even cause death in some cases. If you think you have food poisoning it can be helpful to make sure you get the proper medical treatment. The last thing you want is to have to treat your sickness all by yourself, getting the proper medical treatment is extremely crucial. Some of the easiest ways to limit your chances of getting food poisoning are to eat more organic foods, and be aware of where your food is coming from. When you eat higher quality foods these foods will naturally have less exposure to harmful chemicals and other bacterias that are given a chance to pollute less quality foods. In this article we’re going to cover the reasons you...

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Top Ten New Year’s International Foods to Bring You Luck....

Dec 31, 2013 by

Every country and culture has its own traditions about what to eat on New Year’s Day in order to bring them luck.  We have gathered the top ten International food dishes that are considered both delicious and lucky! 1)      Hoppin’ John.  This traditional New Year’s dish of the American South consists of black eyed peas cooked with bacon and served over white rice.  No self-respecting Southerner would dream of starting out the New Year without a heaping plate of this for breakfast.  Just have the Beano ready . . . 2)      Mango with sticky rice.  In Thailand the New Year doesn’t actually begin until April, when the farmers traditionally begin flooding their rice fields to plant their first crop of the year.  Mangoes ripen the same month, and there are vendors everywhere selling sliced...

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Living In Canada: 6 Canadian Drinks And Foods That You’ll Want To Try...

Dec 30, 2013 by

One of the best things about spending time in a foreign country is the chance it provides to sample new flavours and to experience new foods. If you’re moving to Canada then you’ll have plenty of time to experience the meals and drinks that are popular throughout the country. Here are six favourite Canadian flavours that are loved by residents and by tourists: Maple Syrup Something of a Canadian staple, maple syrup can be added to sweet and savoury dishes. It’s enjoyed as an addition to mashed potato, it’s used to cover pancakes, it’s added to porridge, used as a dip for fresh fruit, drizzled over ice cream and served with sausages. It’s also used to make sweets and to flavour cakes, and can be used as a coating for popcorn or a glaze...

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Four Simple, Tasty Recipes for New Year’s Weight Loss...

Dec 29, 2013 by

One of the most common New Year’s resolutions is to lose weight. This resolution is achievable by eating foods that create energy, boost the metabolism and burn fat. Food such green tea, cabbage, eggs and blueberries are known for producing energy and enhancing the metabolism. Green Tea Smoothie The recipe for a green tea smoothie calls for ¾ cup of cold green tea, 2-3 tablespoons of lemon juice, 2 teaspoons of agave nectar, 1 diced pear, 2 tablespoons of plain, fat-free yogurt, and about 8 ice cubes.   To make the smoothie, place all of the ingredients into a blender and blend until the mixture has a smooth consistency. A good blender can be key to a good smoothie. A Cuisinart blender, for example, will last longer than others, and Cuisinart parts are easier...

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Molasses Cookies: A Country Christmas Treat...

Dec 26, 2013 by

Do not think about how sticky your table linen will get or if the kids will touch your bedding in their rush to hug you for baking these delicious treats. Have fun with this traditional, Country Christmas treat. Molasses cookies have been around long before refined sugar. These cookies are straight out of a storybook. So many generations of people have baked them the mixture makes one think of a Christmas of Old. Home décor is very much a part of the holidays. The table linen and any housewares accent a home. You can change the curtains and make the bed and bath beautiful, but Christmas baking is a thing of legends. Here, with this delicious easy to prepare cookie recipe you make lifetime fans. The sprinkled sugar on these cookies makes them an...

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Southern Themed Dinner? Four Fun Dishes To Consider...

Dec 25, 2013 by

  Nothing says great comfort food like southern dishes. These are often hearty and packed full of protein and carbohydrates that deliver an amazing flavor. There is almost always some type of chicken on the table, and biscuits are a necessity so that they can be used for dipping in gravy. The following has four fairly common, but very fun, southern dish ideas for you.     Fried Chicken   This is a classic when it comes to southern food. There are several ways to prepare fried chicken, but the easiest way is to roll it in flour and fry it in about an inch of vegetable oil. Add a little salt and pepper to the flour for seasoning. You can also get a chicken breading that gives a little more kick to the...

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Top Ten American Comfort Foods....

Dec 22, 2013 by

Waffles.  (without the chicken, PLEASE.) Donuts.  (I’ll take a dozen – hold the saliva.) Cream of Wheat.  (Stir in some Nutella for a taste bud orgasm!) Fried chicken.  (as long as someone else does the frying.) Mashed potatoes.  (the day there is enough gravy for ‘em is the day I know I’ve died and gone to heaven.) Green bean casserole.  (the only thing canned mushroom soup is good for, outside of cleaning grout.) Meatball sandwich.  (if it don’t drip, it’s a rip!) Grilled cheese sandwich.  (with tomato soup, natch.) Matzo ball soup.  (You were thinking we wouldn’t remember, maybe?) 10. Mac and Cheese.  (out of a box – we ain’t on Iron Chef,...

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