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Demystifying Hummus
6mo
These are the only 4 ingredients you need to make fresh hummus. A blender, food processor, or imm...
These are the only 4 ingredients you need to make fresh hummus. A blender, food processor, or immersion blender takes care of the rest! Most people also add salt to taste and a bit of olive oil for...
6mo
You may be surprised how well this works! It's so easy to grab food and eat standing up or on the...
Homemade Mango Salsa for Taco Night!
7mo
I've been enjoying making homemade mango salsa for taco night at our house. Just a few ingredient...
I've been enjoying making homemade mango salsa for taco night at our house. Just a few ingredients - fresh mango, fresh cilantro, chopped red onion (but it prechopped when in a pinch for time), lim...
  • DietIDdietitian Great idea, that looks amazing! I will definitely try it. So many ways to use it! Plus mangoes are so affordable right now. My supermarket is selling them for 49 cents each this week!
  • reneeeats 49 cents?! Holy cow. K I am stocking up on mangos. We would eat them daily if they were in the house. We also get raw mango and pickle them with red chili.
SOS - I thought keeping basil in a cup of water would prevent it from wilting. Any other ideas?
6mo
reneeeats's post
  • DietIDdietitian Try placing fresh rinsed leaves between sheets of damp paper towels or tucked between the fold of a large damp tea towel. Store in the refrigerator. The jar trick might work better if you cover it...
  • reneeeats Will try this next time. Thank you!
  • Mirsansone I’m always trying to find ways to keep my herbs fresh.
Ok not the healthiest, but my son loved making these mini donuts or “gulab jamun” with his grandma.
6mo
Getting him excited about cooking has really helped him take ownership of his own healthy eating ...
Getting him excited about cooking has really helped him take ownership of his own healthy eating habits.
  • DietIDdietitian I love getting kids involved in cooking! It makes them feel so empowered!
No time to cook dinner tonight! Here's what I made in 5 minutes flat.
7mo
A power bowl! I quickly sliced and sauteed half a green pepper, half a red pepper, and a half a r...
A power bowl! I quickly sliced and sauteed half a green pepper, half a red pepper, and a half a red onion while filling the bowl with leftover quinoa, cherry tomatoes, leafy greens, and a blob of h...
  • reneeeats Love this! We do this often. I keep steamed lentils from TJ’s on hand for this reason
  • DianaO love this! We sometimes do stacks of grilled red pepper, mushrooms, and tomato with hummus in between each layer -- all over a bed of greens - delicious and SO easy!
I conquered the The Add Dairy Challenge - 7 days!
7mo
DianneZimmermanHeinz's post
Simple lunch- grabbed toast and smashed an avocado. Ate outside for a change!
6mo
Love extra lemon juice and basil on a simple toast to add a ton of flavor and fill me up.
Love extra lemon juice and basil on a simple toast to add a ton of flavor and fill me up.
3rd snow day in a row means we make lazy breakfast- uttapam!
7mo
This is a traditional South Indian rice and lentil pancake. The trick is the Indian store sells r...
This is a traditional South Indian rice and lentil pancake. The trick is the Indian store sells ready to use batter. Just add diced tomatoes, onions, chili, or coriander. My kids won’t eat onions i...
  • DietIDdietitian Looks so good! How is uttapam different from dosa?
  • reneeeats The batter is a little thicker, and when cooking, just pour the batter and don’t spread it.
Nuts are one of the most health-supporting foods you can choose!
7mo
Sugar or chocolate coated varieties don't count ;-)
Sugar or chocolate coated varieties don't count ;-)