Low Carb 15-minute Dinners: Quesadillas 3 Ways

Low Carb 15-minute Dinners: Quesadillas 3 Ways

We’re all busy. At one point or another, we’re busy. You could be a working mom, trying to get dinner on the table for three kids, or a single person working long hours with no time for meal prep… Whatever scenario it may be, time is a resource most people would love more of. 

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Cranberry Maple Tahini Granola

Cranberry Maple Tahini Granola

You can quote me now, one of the hottest food trends of 2019 is going to be tahini. (And what better way to use it than in this recipe for Cranberry Maple Tahini Granola?!) We’ve seen it gaining in popularity over the last several years, and for far more than hummus… but I think we’re going to continue to see it really have it’s shining moment this year.

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Grain Free No Added Sugar Banana Muffins with Walnut Pecan Topping

Grain Free No Added Sugar Banana Muffins with Walnut Pecan Topping

These Grain Free No Added Sugar Banana Muffins with Walnut Pecan Topping are the perfect way to use up those super ripe (almost black) bananas that seem to appear on your kitchen counter at the end of every week. Given the list of very blood sugar-friendly ingredients used to make them, they are perfect for anyone with diabetes in your life who enjoys a good banana muffin, but not the blood sugar spike that usually happens afterwards. They’re super dense, really moist, and the perfect after dinner (or anytime!) treat!

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Raspberry Overnight Oats 3 Ways

Raspberry Overnight Oats 3 Ways

Frozen raspberries make an eye-catching and convenient addition to your holiday recipes with all the red and crimson-colored dishes making an appearance this time of year. You can use frozen raspberries to jazz up a quick bread or muffin recipe, bake a beautiful holiday-worthy pie, or even make a warming, beautiful bowl of morning oatmeal.

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Homemade Toaster Waffles for Growing Kids

These Homemade Toaster Waffles for Growing Kids are just what you need this morning… they have more protein, which means one waffle will last your child a little bit longer in their belly, keeping them fuller and satisfied for longer. I also recommend topping them with some nut or seed butter for extra fat as well!

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