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  • Things I’m Loving Lately: March 12, 2018
    What’s this, I’m posting on a Monday?! 😉 This post was ready to go last week, but since we had so much fun content already going out (Glow Getter, Ask Angela, and the next issue of In The Glow!), I decided to hold off until Monday for this one. Thanks for all the positive feedback about the reboot of Things I’m Loving Lately, by the way. It’s such a fun way for me to share the things I use and love in my everyday life, and I enjoy hearing about the new things you’re diggin’ too. So feel free to spill the beets, errr…deets, below! As always, these posts are never sponsored, but I’ll occasionally have an affiliate link or two included in the roundup. 1. Hilary’s Broccoli Casserole Bites  I discovered these frozen casserole bites when I was looking for super-fast dinner options for the kids. We definitely don’t have a made-from-scratch meal on the table every night, so I was delighted to find these mini veggie burger patties packed with awesome organic ingredients: cooked whole grain millet, broccoli, cooked white beans, expeller-pressed coconut oil, carrot, onion, garlic, apple cider vinegar, psyllium husk powder, salt, arrowroot, basil, and oregano. The kids love them dipped in ketchup, and I try to always have a bag in the freezer for those emergency don’t-know-what-to-cook situations! If ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-12By Angela (Oh She Glows)
    1 week ago
  • Cashew Cream Cheese
    Totally vegan cream cheese? Heck yeah! It’s not only possible…it’s delicious too! This dreamy dairy-free cashew cream cheese will make you a believer! There was a time when nothing made me happier than a big toasted everything bagel slathered in cream cheese. So good! I might even take a cream cheesy bagel over ice cream. That’s how much I loved it. And then there was a time when I cut out dairy and thought I’d never again be able to enjoy a bagel slathered in cream cheese. Such a bummer. That was all before I started stockpiling cashews in my kitchen. Because, they’re pretty amazing when it comes to making vegan versions of all things dairy (cheese balls, cheesecakes, creamy sauces, and everything in between). So that’s what I used when I decided to try whipping up some vegan cream cheese. It worked out great! Cashew cream cheese is delicious. It was way easier to make than I’d even imagined, it tasted just as good on a bagel as the dairy-based cream cheese I used to love, and it only requires three ingredients. Plus maybe water, and any stir-ins you like! You start by soaking some raw cashews. This softens them so they blend up nicely. Transfer your soaked cashews to the food processor, and add lemon juice and salt. Blend until creamy! ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-12By Alissa Saenz
    1 week ago
  • Podcast #25: Paleo & Whole30 Meal Prepping with Erica Winn
    Erica Winn was my guest on episode #25 of the Clean Eating for Women podcast. Erica offers all kinds of healthy tips and tricks for meal prep, especially around paleo and Whole30 diets.  For this new episode on Clean Eating for Women, you can listen here or using your favorite podcast app (or click here if you don’t see the player below): Subscribe on Apple Podcasts | Google Play | Android | Stitcher In this episode of the Clean Eating for Women podcast, we talk about: Erica’s health story and starting her blog, Real Simple Good Eating paleo and cooking at home with real ingredients Meal prepping to make healthy eating easier Some highlights of this episode on Paleo & Whole30 Meal Prepping: Erica and her husband started Real Simple Good a couple of years ago. It stemmed from making lifestyle changes and Erica being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. It was time to take her health story into her own hands. She began researching diets and lifestyles that reduce inflammation. Which led her to the paleo lifestyle. [02:25] Erica’s recipes are mostly paleo. She doesn’t use any processed foods. They don’t use grains, gluten, dairy, or soy. They also leave out the legumes and refined sugar. This is the template that all of the recipes stem from. They may have an occasional white ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-12By Carrie Forrest, MPH in Nutrition
    1 week ago
  • The Pros & Cons of Mammograms
    Fact Boxes can quantify benefits and harms in a clear and accessible format. ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-12By Michael Greger M.D. FACLM
    1 week ago
  • Leprechaun Apple Hats
    Just a green apple, bell pepper, carrot and nut butter of choice is all you need to make the cutest Leprechaun Apple Hats for a snack, this St. Patrick’s Day. It’s the perfect healthy treat that is guaranteed to put a smile on your family’s faces. RELATED: Leprechaun Surprise Hats Another snacktivity! Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day week. It’s not a traditional Irish snack but it might just bring the luck of the Irish because these Leprechaun hats are easy and fun to make (and keep little hands busy during dinner prep). RELATED: Leprechaun Rice Cakes All you need to make these super easy Leprechaun Apple Hats are: Granny Smith apple Carrot Yellow Pepper Nut butter  Knife Vegetable peeler Little Aspic cutters (I love these for cutting little hearts, little triangles for eyes etc.) A plastic baggie   Leprechaun Apple Hats   Save Print Prep time 15 mins Total time 15 mins   Author: Kimberly Stoney Serves: 1 Leprechaun Apple Hat Ingredients 1 Granny Smith apple, washed and dried 1 carrot 1 yellow Pepper nut/seed butter of choice Equipment: knife vegetable peeler Little Aspic cookie cutters, shamrock shape (I found this on Amazon) A plastic baggie Instructions Add the nut butter to the ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-12By Cara
    1 week ago
  • Build Your Own Vegan Chef Salad Bar
    Build Your Own Vegan Chef Salad Bar – whether it is lunch for a crowd or making a solo salad, follow this recipe as a guide for a tasty entree of fresh greens, veggies and protein!   Build Your Own Vegan Chef Salad Bar hey, y’all! We made it through another Daylight Savings Time! Personally,... Read More » The post Build Your Own Vegan Chef Salad Bar appeared first on spabettie. ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-12By Kristina Sloggett
    1 week ago
  • Mint Chocolate Chip Pancakes
    Green mint chocolate chip pancakes, yes please! These pancakes are a great way to bring a little green into your life whether that’s for a picky eater, or just to bring in the luck of the Irish for a St. Patrick’s Day breakfast. Try not to lick your plate clean, the pancakes are minty fresh but the green color comes from a little sneaky spinach! RELATED: Matcha Pancakes While I never claim to be full blooded Irish, I do have a little bit of Irish heritage which totally makes me qualified to make green yummy pancakes. Or at least I’ll keep telling myself that. I bet a leprechaun would stop in his tracks for a plate pile high with green mint chocolaty chip pancakes. So when you’re making your green pancakes, you want to get your minty green slurry together. I’ve mixed some spinach for color, and some mint extract for flavor.  You could totally use fresh mint to if you have it. Whatever you choose, remember mint can be a pretty strong flavor and scent so you want to go a little easy on it. I wish I could have told myself that before I accidentally dumped over the whole bottle, my entire kitchen smelled like mint and I had to wash my kitchen rug. I suppose there are worse things to smell like!  Mix your dry ingredients together, and then add in the ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-11By Cara
    1 week ago
  • Vegan Banana Bread Waffles- An Oh My Veggies Featured Recipe
    These vegan banana waffles are made with whole grains and extra ripe bananas for a sweet treat that tastes like banana bread, in waffle form! Recipe and photos contributed to Oh My Veggies Potluck by connoisseurus veg. ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-11By Cody Smithson
    1 week ago
  • Shamrock Pizza
     Make this St. Patrick’s Day a grain and egg free treat with this Shamrock Pizza. Topped with colorful veggies, just like the rainbow, and coated in a pesto sauce, this is one lucky dinner options your kids would be oh-so lucky to sink their teeth into. Who knows? Maybe they’ll find a pot of gold at the end of this rainbow…     St Patricks Day is coming fast and I’ll take any excuse to celebrate a fun holiday (especially if pizza is involved.) I’ve always wanted to do a rainbow pizza and I get such a kick out of making holiday-themed foods and snacks. With recipes like these, you really get to let your creative flag fly, and enjoy the veggies of your labor.     Whether this rainbow shamrock pizza is for adults or kids, I find it’s just as fun to pick out and arrange the veggies and admire the flavors no matter what age. I chose a colorful veggie rainbow for my toppings but you can feel free to use any of your favorites for this. Make dinner in a cinch with this grain free Shamrock Pizza this upcode St. Patrick’s Day: Grain Free Shamrock Pizza   Save Print Prep time 15 mins Cook time 20 mins ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-11By Cara
    1 week ago
  • Raspberry Lemon Slush
    You’ll love this frosty beverage even when it’s not Summer! ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-11By Morgan Crutchfield
    1 week ago
  • Vegan Keema Naan with Keema Lentils
    Vegan Keema Naan with Keema Lentils, onion, carrots and walnuts. This lentil mix with the herbs and spices make a vegan version of keema. Serve over Naan bread or Pizza or fill tacos or wraps. Vegan Recipe, Can be gluten-free and soy free.  Keema means mince, usually used to refer to meat. Keema as an Indian dish is served as a main with a side of veggies or another curry and some flatbread or rice, or served as a snack. To make a vegan version I use lentils, carrots and walnuts to add the earthy flavor, texture and spices and sage for flavor.  It doesnt really matter whether this has to stand in for a non vegan keema, because the mix of the ingredients and flavors is so amazingly tasty. Call it whatever you like – Some Fabulous Lentil walnut Mix!. Use the filling as you like, in tacos, wraps, bowls, or just serve with Naan/flatbread and some curry, or as in this post, baked lightly over Naan or Pizza with some vegan mozz. So Good!Continue reading: Vegan Keema Naan with Keema LentilsThe post Vegan Keema Naan with Keema Lentils appeared first on Vegan Richa. ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-11By Richa
    1 week ago
  • Coconut Carrot Soup
    This creamy, bright soup is perfect for chasing away those Winter blues. And it’s great for you! ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-11By Morgan Crutchfield
    1 week ago
  • Weekend Reading, 3.9.18
    Happy Sunday! By the time this post goes live, I’ll be headed out of town to spend some time with one of my closest friends from college. I have the treat of seeing him a few times a year, since his folks are in New York, but it’s rare for us to have a five uninterrupted days together. I can’t wait.My hope was of course to have all of my ducks in a row before I left: school projects wrapped up neatly in time for spring break, work inbox mastered, etc. That is not how things have gone this week. In fact, they’ve gone the opposite way: I feel as though I can’t make a dent in all the stuff I’m behind on. And I found out a few days ago that a major school deadline that I thought would be squishy is in fact very, very firm.A year or two ago, that kind of discovery would have sent me tumbling into an anxiety black hole. That wasn’t my response this past week. I felt feelings, of course: frustration with myself for not being more on the ball. Guilt over having prioritized other things. Overwhelm. But the feelings were manageable, and I had the feeling they’d wash over me, giving me space and energy to focus on getting done what needs doing.It’s hard for me ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-11By Gena
    1 week ago
  • More brand-new vegan products, hunted down by our editors at…
    More brand-new vegan products, hunted down by our editors at Expo West—check out more at ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-11
    1 week ago
  • Clean Eating Weekend Reading #3: Folate, Diets, & More
    Hello! Here’s a weekend reading round-up of nutrition news and notable recipes. I’m so dreading losing an hour tonight, but I guess it’s okay since it means spring is on the way. Enjoy these articles!   Nutrition Research A new study found that there’s little difference among diet plans’ long-term effectiveness. The key really is avoiding the junk and figuring out what clean foods work best for you. Do you know the difference between folate and folic acid? It’s REALLY important to make sure you’re getting the right type of folate. I recommend this one Women’s Health A recent study looked at a group of women and discovered that higher waist and hip measures may add up to greater risk for heart attack. Yet another reason to stay active and fuel yourself with healthy foods. This article explains why it’s so important to invest in safer cleaning products. Using toxic cleaning products is as bad for your health as smoking! You can find non-toxic brands at almost any store now OR you can make your own natural cleaning products to save money. Here are 10 reasons you must let go of worry, plus some great worry-busting tips. Recipes I’d Like to Try Bill and Hayley from Primal Palate shared their best ever gluten-free, grain-free and nut-free pizza crust. I bet this would be super delicious ... read more
    Published on 2018-03-11By Carrie Forrest, MPH in Nutrition
    1 week ago
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