Tag : healthy

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Pomegranate
Kids, of all ages, parade around their schools, churches, at parties, and in neighborhoods this time of year in their home-made or store bought costumes seeking treats.  Unfortunately, most of these treats are filled with sugar, GMO’s, artificial food coloring and other chemicals I can’t even pronounce, let alone decipher what it is.  And if …
Healthy Halloween Treats
It’s that time of year again.  Time for all manner of strange creatures to come to your door and demand a treat unless you want to be tricked.  We, at Simply Healthy Eats, always try to provide some healthy alternatives to traditional Halloween sweets that will still manage to please the pickiest little ghouls in …
meal prep for weekday lunches
With all of my food sensitivities and allergies, there are only a few places in our community where I can buy lunch, so I usually pack a lunch to take with me.   One of the simplest things that I do to make it easy to pack a lunch is to make use of leftovers. …
pea soup, steaming hot.
Pea soup is one of those things that people either love or hate.  If you are a pea soup hater, you might want to reconsider your position.    Pea soup is very good for you.   Pea soup is full of protein, potassium, and dietary fiber among other nutrients.   An added benefit is that …
pudding made with chia seeds, almond milk, and pumpkin.
Everyone has heard that chia is a super-food.  In fact, Authority Nutrition reports that these tiny seeds are one of the healthiest foods on the planet.   Chia seeds are loaded with fiber, omega 3’s, and a host of other nutrients.   Did you know that they also make a healthy, delicious, and practically instant pudding? …
After a long and busy day, it comes time to put a meal together and keeping it simple is the name of the game.  With the refrigerator door open, I begin to pull out some items that are looking good to me–Swiss chard, onion, mushrooms, cilantro, tomato, sprouts, cucumbers, lime juice, and leftover rice. I …
Several people have asked about the photo in our header.  On small devices, people think that it’s a spoon with a kumquat on it.  On larger devices, it becomes apparent that the orange substance on the spoon is either sherbet or sorbet.  This realization then prompts a discussion of why we used a dessert in …
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