These easy, baked stuffed jalapeno peppers make a great snack or party food. One serving (two pepper halves) falls into the Fuel Pull category for you Trim Healthy Mamas out there. You could have more in an S setting. I wanted to create something that would fit with FP, because I wasn’t very hungry but was craving something spicy (again!) so I used a combination of light cream cheese… Continue Reading
Looking for some great ideas for those Fuel Pull snacks, Trim Healthy Mamas? Since I’ve been on the Trim Healthy Mama plan, I haven’t done a whole lot of Fuel Pull snacks or meals, since they are more restrictive in both carbs and fat. I don’t like restrictions…what can I say? Well, and part of it was that I didn’t want to blow it and end up with something E… Continue Reading
It still amazes me that I can eat delicious foods like this Coconut Chai Muffin in a Mug and not be “cheating” on my diet. Although I hate to call the Trim Healthy Mama lifestyle a diet. There’s just too much food freedom going on with the Plan for it to be called that “D Word.” This Coconut Chai Muffin in a Mug is full of healthy fats and fiber…. Continue Reading
My From the Farm Blog Hop Favorite… Can you resurrect sourdough starter that’s been sitting in your fridge for a while? Sure you can! I’ve done it myself…with some very well-aged sourdough starter…but never blogged about it. So I was excited to see this post linked up in last week’s From the Farm Blog Hop. Check it out!
Going gluten free means no more delicious, yeasty, bread-y bread. I’m sorry, but there just isn’t a gluten free alternative that EXACTLY matches the taste and texture of a good ole loaf of wheat bread. There are many recipes out there that come close, but that’s it. Close is not. quite. it. Then there’s any one of many variations of Bread in a Mug. Still close, but not quite it…. Continue Reading
Zucchini bread is one of those quintessential summer treats. It’s a good thing, too, since zucchini attempt to take over the world every summer are pretty easy to grow. The only bad thing about zucchini bread is baking it in the oven when it’s as hot as the Sahara outside. If you have a solar oven, you can avoid heating up your kitchen…I’d love to get one some day! Especially this… Continue Reading