Sometimes, I just want a light meal. While my hubby likes a meal at mealtime, I’m totally OK with something easy. And peasy. Like this Pea Salad… Did you catch that? Easy…peasy… Anyway, when I saw pea salad in the Trim Healthy Mama book, I was so happy! It was something I used to eat years ago and I had forgotten how much I liked it. Of course, I have… Continue Reading
Don’t fear the fat in these easy fat bombs! If you tried the Coconutty Peanut Nom Noms I posted recently, then you might want to try these Dark Chocolate Coconut Nom Noms. They are just as easy to make and delicious, too. They are also a great way to get some more healthy fat into your diet. Get some amino acids in your diet, too! Plus, they have a… Continue Reading
Can I be excited? My Dark Chocolate Coconut Cake in a Mug recipe was included in the NEW Trim Healthy Mama Cookbook! You’ll find it on page 293. When you think diet, what comes to your mind? Deprivation? Like, all the things you can’t eat anymore? Pizza. Cake. Cookies. Chocolate. Ice cream. That’s one thing I love about Trim Healthy Mama. If I want cake, I can have it – generally… Continue Reading
Have you heard of fat bombs? I’ve wanted to make some for a while now, although I guess you could call Trim Healthy Mama Skinny Chocolate fat bombs. They are marvelously delicious! And if you’re not afraid of a li’l healthy fat, you’ll love them. Fat bombs are a great way to get that healthy coconut oil into your diet. (I can’t share the recipe for Skinny Chocolate here, but you… Continue Reading
This Easy Wasa Pizza came about because I was craving pizza. It was getting close to bedtime, so it had to be easy. It had to fit in with the Trim Healthy Mama guidelines I am following, too, because… Confession: I love pizza. I could eat it every day. Seriously. Reality: the pizza I have loved all my life makes me fat. It’s unhealthy.
It’s amazing how people that we’ve never even met can touch our lives. A great example of this is my husband’s Grandma Fanny. She passed away years ago, and I never met her…but every time I make baked custard, I think of her. My husband told me the story of how early one morning, Grandma Fanny made two perfect custard pies. Now, she had always made great custard pies… Continue Reading