This simple recipe combines the goodness of hearty oats, the sweetness of raspberry, and the scent of cinnamon to tie it all together. One batch can serve a crowd or be parceled out through the week as an after-school snack or a better-for-you dessert!
Tag: recipes low fat
These quick low-sugar muffins made sweet with all-natural orange marmalade are guaranteed to add an extra bit of sunshine to any breakfast table.
Playing in the kitchen creating new breakfast recipes last week got my kitchen assistants and I inspired to find delicious ways to doctor up an ordinary bowl of oatmeal. Reminicing that peanut butter and banana sandwiches were said to be a favorite of Elvis Presley, we promptly declared this highly satisfying bowl – The Elvis Oat Bowl. Enjoy!
For me, there’s no time better time than summer to shop the produce section. Eaten just as they are, blueberries are the perfect example good health delivered with great taste. Recent studies show blueberries not only have one of the highest levels of antioxidants of any food, they are incredibly powerful when it comes to reducing breast cancer tumors.
My husband says the best way to toss a salad is with your hands. Yep, dressing and all. You of course are welcome to use whatever suits you best when tossing together this delicious blend of fresh romaine lettuce, traditional pizza toppings and zesty tomato dressing.
Maintaining a healthy weight is the key ingredient to looking and feeling your healthiest best, but with so many diets to choose from, what’s best?
Let’s face it, as the weather gets hotter, it becomes harder than ever to resist sweet beverages. To help you enjoy the sweet drinks you love – where the only thing extra is great taste – I created two entire chapters of sweet sippers for my book Eat What You Love.
There is no better way to show how much you care than to protect the hearts of your loved one. The American Heart Association says your sweetheart may have the key to your heart, but proper diet and exercise are key to a healthy heart.
When it comes to food, it seems every day there’s a new study touting what’s good for us – and what’s not. With so much information, it’s easy to get confused. The reality is the basic principles of healthy eating have not changed nearly as much as we are often led to believe.
Nutty-beefy-noodles! This healthy combo is super-satisfying and utterly delicious. It’s also makes a great vegetarian dish.