When you decide to eliminate certain foods from your diet, such as white flour, dairy products and sugar, there’s no need to give up satisfying, delicious food. Case in point? This hearty gluten-free and low-carb Eggs Benedict breakfast featuring cauliflower cakes topped with avocados, lactose-free cheese, eggs and green chile sauce. Because the cauliflower cakes […]

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What do you need after an intense workout? Lean protein and good, low glycemic carbs. And that’s what you’ll get in this super delicious, nutritious bowl brimming with healthy foods.   The nice thing about this easy recipe is that you’ll have most of the ingredients ready to go if you’ve prepared my Sweet Potato and […]

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A big part of my healthy lifestyle is incorporating a green smoothie into my diet every day. Rather than drink my smoothie at breakfast, I choose to enjoy it at lunch. In the morning, my body has already been without food for nearly 12 hours, then I exercise for an hour or so, so I […]

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Do you enjoy a sweet or savory breakfast? For me, it’s always savory (plus, I don’t eat sugar or flour, so pancakes and waffles are out of the question). I even have a hard time incorporating fruit as more than just a few bites after my breakfast. I think this is because when I was […]

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One of my – and my husband’s – favorite breakfasts are tacos. Yep, tacos are delish any time of the day, but for breakfast, they really rock, plus they are super easy to make and simple to adjust to your personal taste preferences. Make them spicy or not so much – you decide how much […]

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Are you looking for a bread recipe that uses zucchini but isn’t sweet? Then this is it! Moist, cheesy, crunchy on the outside and perfect as a go-with for soup, chili or any casserole, this recipe is one of my favorite ways to use an excess of zucchini. This bread is also yummy for breakfast.

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Looking for something different for breakfast or brunch? This meal idea is gluten-free and low fat and provides lots of healthy veggies for your morning meal. It would also be a great lunch or light dinner. To make it even lighter, skip the tartar sauce and use cocktail sauce or a light oil and vinegar […]

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When I first attended college in the early 1980s, I dated a wonderful man whom I still admire today. Part of our relationship, even back then when I was very young, revolved around cooking. His grandmother was a wonderful Mexican cook who made her own enchiladas using handmade blue corn tortillas and red chile sauce. […]

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