Greek Yogurt Buffalo Chicken Dip

This is the appetizer you need on Superbowl Sunday- Greek Yogurt Buffalo Chicken Dip! This recipe is a healthier version of regular buffalo chicken dip. This high-protein snack is made with just four simple ingredients and requires no baking. I love serving this dip with veggies such as carrot sticks, cucumber slices, and celery.

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Healthy Breakfast And Snack Meal Prep Ideas

There are many different ways to meal prep. Some people make a few large meals and portion them out into containers to eat for lunch and dinner throughout the week. Others prepare and chop veggies and other foods to make it easy to throw meals together throughout the week. Some people just get their grocery shopping done for the week, or even just for the next few days. There is no right or wrong way to meal prep. The best kind of meal prep is the type that works for you. In this post I will share healthy breakfast and snack meal prep ideas that can save you time and help you eat healthier throughout the week.

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Healthy Football Recipes

It’s Football Sunday! If you’re looking for healthy football recipes, then look no further. Maybe you’re looking for healthy football snacks to enjoy on Sunday or maybe you’re looking ahead for recipes to make for the Super Bowl. Either way, I have four party snack recipes that are rich in veggies and all gluten free.

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Chickpea Crunch Bars

Just because Halloween is over, doesn’t mean I’ve stopped making healthier Halloween treats. These Chickpea Crunch bars are my new jam. They are super easy to make and the taste reminds me so much of classic ‘Crunch’ candy bars. You only need 5 ingredients to make this recipe and the ingredients I used are gluten free and dairy free.

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Sweet Potato Nachos

I recently got a mandolin slicer and love it. It slices vegetables super thin, which is ideal for making chips. Lately, I’ve been making beet chips and sweet potato chips in my air fryer and they come out so good every time. I love making Sweet Potato Nachos and my new mandolin slicer was the perfect excuse to make them. This recipe is a great healthy alternative to nachos. It’s rich in veggies and also gluten free and vegan. These nachos make the perfect, healthy Football Sunday snack or party snack.

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Easy Ways to Add More Fruits and Veggies To Your Breakfast

It’s no secret that fruits and veggies are nutritious foods. They are rich in vitamins and antioxidants that are so beneficial and necessary for our bodies to properly function. Consuming the recommended amounts of fruits and vegetables, in conjunction with a healthy diet, can help reduce risk for chronic diseases, such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and obesity. According to the 2015- 2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, adults should eat 2 cups of fruit per day and 2 1/2 cups of vegetables per day1. However, according to a study done by the CDC in 2017, only 1 in 10 Americans are meeting their fruit and vegetable needs2. So how can we increase our fruit and vegetables intake? Let’s start with breakfast. See below for three easy (and delicious!) ways to add more fruits and veggies to your breakfast.

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Crispy Chickpeas

I love crispy, seasoned chickpeas! They are crunchy and delicious and make the perfect savory snack. I eat them like chips or like topping them over a salad. To make this simple recipe, you only need chickpeas, avocado oil, and spices. You need an air fryer to make this recipe. This crispy chickpea recipe is gluten free and vegan and can be made in less than 20 minutes!

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Apple Cinnamon Oats

Have you been apple picking recently? This past weekend, I went apple picking with some friends in upstate New York. I love apple season and making recipes with fresh, seasonal apples. Once I returned home to Brooklyn, I immediately put the apples we picked to use and started making a variety of different apple recipes. For breakfast all of this week, I have been making these Apple Cinnamon Oats. They are made with just a few, simple ingredients and the recipe is both gluten free and vegan.

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Low Sugar Reeses

Who’s ready for Halloween? If you’re like me and already looking for some healthier Halloween treat ideas, look no further! This recipe is a healthier twist on reeses candy. These Low Sugar Reeses are made with only two ingredients- Lily’s Dark Chocolate Chips and natural peanut butter. Lily’s Dark Chocolate chips are vegan and sweetened with the no-sugar sweetener, stevia. Be sure to chose a peanut butter without added sugar to keep these candies low in sugar.

This recipe is so easy to make- all you need to do is melt ingredients, add to baking cups, and let it sit in the freezer to set! This recipe is gluten free, vegan, and low in sugar.

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