Every July, we make layered mocktails in my kids cooking class- they are a hit! Making layered drinks are simple. The key is to look at the sugar content. Look at the nutrition facts label and choose three different drinks with increasing sugar content (such as 10g, 20g, and 30g). The sugar content affects the… Continue reading 4th of July Layered Mocktails (and cocktails)!
As part of my maternity leave stash, I made some whole grain veggie wraps for a quick lunch or dinner meal. These wraps are incredibly simple to make and are easy to freeze if desired! Personally, I like to heat mine on a Panini pan (prevents it from being soggy) and top with picante sauce… Continue reading Freezer Veggie Wraps
As a dietitian, one of the most common complaints I get is that “eating healthy is too expensive”. This is 100% false. You simply need to be smart about your shopping. Here are a three tips for extending your grocery budget: – PLAN. Too often when I ask my clients what they will be having for… Continue reading A Great Resource for Stretching your Grocery Budget
Trying something new here! Each month I will share anything that has caught my eye. I am six-weeks post partum and have the green light to get back into higher intensity workouts and I am STOKED! I am of course easing my way back into my routine, listening to my body, and listening to what Cormac… Continue reading June Spotlight