Gingerbread Latte Overnight Oats are an easy, healthy, and delicious make-ahead breakfast that’s packed with fiber to keep you full for hours on end. Old fashioned rolled oats are soaked overnight in a mixture of coffee and milk and infused with molasses and warm, fragrant spices for a holiday-inspired breakfast that can be enjoyed all winter long!
Are you the type of person who eats according to the date on the calendar? In other words, are you easily offended when someone mentions pumpkin outside of the months of October and November?
If so, then I suggest that click that little red “x” in the corner. of your screen. Because what I’m about to share with you today may not be suitable for certain audiences.
No, it’s not a pumpkin recipe (although that wouldn’t be THAT far fetched – I did make myself a pretty good pumpkin pie smoothie the other day…), but it’s pretty darn close. Ready for it?
Gingerbread Latte Overnight Oats. (more…)
Happy November!! Today I’m bringing you these Greek Yogurt Apple Crisp Cheesecake Bars as part of a BGB Virtual Friendsgiving Celebration. Bloggers Gonna Blog (BGB) is a community made up of healthy lifestyle and food bloggers from all across the globe. I’ve “met” some incredibly talented, passionate and inspirational bloggers through this community and today many of us are coming together to celebrate the beginning of November and the start of the holiday season. And the best part? You’re invited! So pull up a seat at the table because this is one Friendsgiving feast you’re not going to want to miss! **Be sure to check out all of the links to other bloggers’ mouth-watering dishes at the bottom of this post.**
*This post was originally published on November 1, 2016. Photos were updated November 6, 2017.
If you know me at all, then you know that I have a major sweet tooth. I’m the girl that will leave part of her dinner untouched, and yet jump at the first mention of dessert. I like to think that I have a second stomach and it’s reserved exclusively for dessert.
That being said, It should come as no surprise that I was a fan of baking long before I was a fan of cooking. In fact, it wasn’t until a few years ago that I finally began to experiment with dishes that DIDN’T revolve around sugar. These days, I tend to spend more time cooking than baking (probably a good thing considering cupcakes are probably not the most nutritious dinner option), but you’d better believe I still take advantage of any opportunity to bake up some sweet treats.
Take your oatmeal to go with these perfectly portioned and portable Pumpkin Baked Oatmeal Cups! Slather with nut butter for a hearty, wholesome breakfast that tastes like dessert.
Hello, hello! Just your friendly neighborhood Oompa Loompa popping in with yet another pumpkin recipe. And you thought I was joking when I said “I hope you like pumpkin”. HA!
In all honesty though, it was never my intention to turn this little blog into a virtual pumpkin shrine. It just sort of… happened. Kind of like when I had some leftover pumpkin sitting in my fridge and it just sort of *fell* into these oatmeal cups. Oops. #sorrynotsorry
Gooooood morning and happy Monday! (How’s that for an oxymoron?) Hard to believe another weekend has come and gone. Do anything fun?
I had grand plans for a productive weekend and yet somehow, by the time Saturday afternoon rolled around, I found myself curled up on the living room floor using a balled up t-shirt as a makeshift pillow. Funny how that happens.
These Peanut Butter Banana Cookies are an easy, delicious, and nutritious way to satisfy your sweet tooth! Each cookie is packed with whole grains, fruit, healthy fats, and no added sugar.
*This post was originally published on July 21, 2016. Photos were updated July 29,2017.
Welcome back! Thanks for bearing with me through this awkward beginner food blogger stage (because you’re totally here for me and not the cookies that are waiting at the end of this post, right? Don’t answer that…). Anyways, while I’ve got you here, let’s chat a minute.
Nowadays, it seems like healthy eating has taken on a whole new (and more complicated) meaning. I’m not sure if this is a reflection of increased media/marketing efforts or an increased interest in healthy eating (or a combination of the two), but either either way it has led to a whole lot of confusion – and frustration – among consumers.