Meal prep: a simple concept, really. Meal prep is all about planning several days’ worth of meals, making sure you have all the ingredients and doing as much pre-cooking, chopping, portioning and storing as possible ahead of time so that it’s simple to throw together meals in no time.
If you’re a fan of meal prep—getting ingredients for several meals ready in advance—you already know what a time saver it can be. There’s some effort up front, for sure. But once completed, you’ve got easy meals for days.
By: Courtney Kiang, RDN Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
Turmeric is a flavorful spice that can be used in many ways to add some unique flavor to your favorite dishes!
By: Allison Kuhn, MS, RDN, LD, Registered Dietitian
While you may have taken an antibiotic to fight an infection, prebiotics and probiotics are proactive rather than reactive, supporting higher levels of healthy bacteria residing in your gut.
Planning a spur-of-the-moment NYE bash? Our tips and tricks will inspire you to conquer your kitchen and create dazzling décor – all before the clock strikes midnight!
Created by: Julia Mueller, The Roasted Root
If you’re looking to lighten up your diet in the New Year, or to incorporate more nutrient-dense foods on your daily menu, there are plenty of opportunities to swap out less-healthy ingredients for more nutritious options.
Created by: Emily Buys, Clever Housewife
Football season isn’t just about the games. It’s about the good company, food and cheering for your favorite team. If hosting a game day party, you’ll want to make sure to have all the bases covered. Whether it’s the big game or just another Monday night, be sure to go over the ultimate homegating checklist so your guests are sure to have a great time.
Created by: Lauren Saylor, A Fabulous Fete
Parties can be stressful if you don’t plan ahead. I have a few tricks up my sleeve that I always use to keep the holiday stress low while still creating a super fun party. Here are my top five tips for a simple but impactful New Year’s Eve celebration!
Created by: Emily Buys, The Clever Housewife
As we begin another year, I’d venture to say that many of us have food-related goals. Perhaps we want to eat healthier.
Created by: By: Sarah Koeninger, RD, LD
Many people think of a new year as a way to start fresh and make improvements in specific areas of their lives. The thing is, change is not easy –it takes time to develop new behaviors. Here are 10 Tips that will help you as you plan for a new year and a new you.
Here’s a tip from our pastry pros. Use a vegetable peeler along the edge of a chocolate bar to get perfect curls every time.