low FODMAP Homemade Taco Seasoning

The perfect blend of smoky and spicy create a flavorful low FODMAP homemade taco seasoning.  You'll never even miss the store-bought stuff! Mexican food is a staple in our house.  Each week, as I make the grocery list and plan our meals I ask … [Read more...]

Strawberry Raspberry Chia Pudding Parfait

Heart healthy berries, chia seeds and flax seeds come together in this delicious and nutritious Chia Pudding Parfait dessert. The weather here in Denver is stunning right now!  I just took the pups on a walk wearing SHORTS because it's … [Read more...]

Five Things Friday 2.3.2017

Happy almost weekend! I'm going to cut straight to the chase because Brian and I have an announcement to make... We are moving back to Indianapolis at the end of this month :) While we clearly LOVE Denver (more than I ever expected!), … [Read more...]

Chia Pudding

A pudding so simple and nutritious that it can easily be enjoyed for breakfast or dessert.  Chia pudding has the texture of tapioca, subtle sweetness of maple, and is enhanced with your favorite fruit and nut butter toppings. When it comes to … [Read more...]

Cumin Lime Kale Salad

This is the kale salad for kale lovers and non-kale lovers alike! Smoky cumin, zesty lime, and a hint of jalapeno make this kale salad the perfect addition to any burrito bowl, side dish for cozy chili, or the simple base to any lunch. As a … [Read more...]

Thai Coconut Lime Soup

Got a craving for the warm, comforting flavors of restaurant takeout food?  This Thai Coconut Lime Soup comes together in about 30 minutes, is more budget-friendly than takeout, and full of nutritious vegetables!  Happy Saturday! I'm … [Read more...]

Five Things Friday 1.20.2017

Last weekend included another successful day of skiing in the books, so I'm excited that Brian and I will be heading out to the slopes early tomorrow again! The past two years, I have been very timid on the slopes and felt very anxious.  It … [Read more...]

Simple Baked Chicken

There are two types of dinner people.  The kind who thumb through cookbooks, endlessly pin recipes, and create the weekly meal plan based on these recipes.  And the kind who keeps it super simple, eats leftovers when they are on hand and doesn't … [Read more...]

How to Cut and Roast a Spaghetti Squash

Let's talk about squash... I'm not sure about you, but I used to avoid purchasing winter squash simply because I feared losing a finger (an arm!?) every time I had to prepare it. Now, this method is not original but I'll be 100% honest in … [Read more...]

Five Things Friday 1.6.2017

I hope the first week of the month was great for you! I'll be honest in saying that while there were many things to be thankful for this first week of the new year there are also a few things that are uncertain.  Uncertainty causes me stress and … [Read more...]