No doubt about it, it’s chili weather. While being cold is not one of my favorite things, I always welcome the opportunity to cozy up with a bowl of something warm and hearty.
This chili isn't exactly traditional. There are no beans (which I think Texans would approve of), but there is butternut squash and cacao (which I’m pretty sure Texans would not approve of). Either way, it’s delicious.
If you’re planning your next diet and are looking to lose weight to regain your health, you aren’t alone.
In my nutrition practice I often hear potential clients say something like this: “I’ve tried a bunch of diets and they haven’t worked. Can you help me find the right one so I can drop these last 10 pounds?”
These pumpkin pancakes don't have any gluten, grains, nuts, sugar, or dairy. Wait wait wait, don't click away! I promise they're still delicious. They definitely hit the spot, and the pumpkin and spices make them perfect for a cozy warm breakfast. They're also super easy to make, don't dirty many dishes, and have just a few ingredients.
This dish is deceptively simple. It only has a few ingredients, but the way the warming spices of the curry meld with the slight sweetness of the squash makes this dish perfectly reminiscent of fall. Plus, I absolutely love the way the slices get so crispy they’re almost like chips.
I'll be honest, eating healthy can often seem expensive. Like, realllllly expensive. It's easy to think you can't eat healthy unless you blow your whole paycheck at Whole Foods. Which is a total bummer, because healthy eating isn't something that only super rich people can afford to do AND in reality you can eat healthy by shopping in your regular store within a budget that works for you. You just need a little know-how to make it work!