Want to set resolutions that last beyond the new year? Instead of overhauling your lifestyle all at once, try implementing small, simple changes that add up to better health over time. I'm focusing on eating my vegetables and cooking more meals at home. Want more goal-setting ideas for 2018?
How about some veggies in your smoothie? Wild blueberries and purple cauliflower add brilliant color to this breakfast. Thanks to the folks at Wild Blueberries of North America for sponsoring this post. Although I love breakfasts like pancakes and French toast, I tend to reserve those types of meals for weekend mornings. So when I'm looking to get out the door—or just to my desk!—early in the morning, I like a quick, easy, and nutritious breakfast. That's why I love smoothies so much.
Burgers are a staple at summer cookouts, but they aren't exactly considered a health food. So what can you do to make your burgers more nutritious? I like mixing vegetables into my bean burger patties and serving them with a colorful salad on the side. Looking for more simple tricks?
Ever find yourself staring into your fridge, wondering how on earth you're going to put together a healthy meal without fresh ingredients? I know we've all been there, especially when a trip to the grocery store is overdue. The thought of healthy cooking without fresh fruits and vegetables may seem daunting, but it is possible! Instead of turning to take-out, stock up on nonperishable pantry staples like canned goods and spices so you'll always be ready to cook something quick.
Looking for a delicious sweet potato flatbread recipe? Here you go! Made on Flatout pizza crust, this sweet potato flatbread pizza is one of the tastiest Flatout flatbread pizza recipes you'll ever try.