9 Recipes Under 400 Calories for Memorial Day Weekend. By MyFitnessPal’s Recipes May 23, 2017 Whether you’re hosting a backyard party or going to a potluck, celebrate the holiday with nine of our favorite recipes — easy skewers, flavorful burgers, tangy chicken wings and healthy sides.
Your Memorial Day weekend cookout will be the talk of the town! Snickerdoodle Blizzard (no bananas!) - Feasting on Fruit. Why does the name ‘blizzard’ sound so much better than ‘soft serve’?
Frightening frigid storm = delicious?? It’s weird…but true. If you think about it, many ice cream treats have meteorological themed names: flurry, frosty, snow cone. And then you have the odd ones out that are named after days of the week (sundae) and the thing that rubber ducks do (float). Half Baked Harvest - Made with Love. Kind of a weird post today.
And not just because this is one giant bowl of health you are looking at, but more because of that giant scar on the guy in the photo above. You know how some people hate their scars and try to cover them or do their best to make sure they heel as pretty as possible? Well, I am not like that. Personally, I love scars. I think they tell a story, give you character and memories. However, I am in no way a tattoo person. Scars are different. Sweet Potato Chickpea Buddha Bowl. One might assume by calling this a “Buddha Bowl” I’m making some kind of political or religious statement, when in fact, I am not.
I just like giant bowls of food. A “Buddha Bowl,” as defined by urban dictionary, is, “a bowl which is packed so full that it has a rounded ‘belly’ appearance on the top much like the belly of a buddha.” That’s my kind of dinner. Let’s do this! Korean Barbecue Tofu Bowls with Stir-Fried Veggies and Quinoa. Thai Style Buddha Bowl with Peanut Sauce – LeelaLicious. Thai Style Buddha Bowl with Peanut Sauce – this clean eating recipe with red rice and a rainbow of veggies is gluten free and vegan friendly.
Konrad and I have been in love with red rice for a few years already. We first got introduced to it while we spent a couple months on Bali in 2012. Bali, and especially Ubud, is a haven for yogis, vegans and healthy food lovers in general. Since that time red rice is our side of choice. Egg and Veggie Breakfast Bowl - PureWow. Buddha Bowl with Kale, Avocado and Wild Rice - PureWow. The Vegan Buddha Bowl. Happy Sunday, everyone!
Today’s recipe is one of my favorite types of bowls – a vegan buddha bowl – that is named thusly after the food in the bowl piling up to look like buddha’s belly! Well, this bowl may not look exactly like that, but you get the idea. But having an abundance of food like this really makes me stop and think about how grateful I am to even have food; never having to worry about where my next meal is coming from, or if I’ll have enough to eat. So many people in the world, and even in our country, do not have that luxury. The Complete Nourishing Winter Bowl.
Nourishing bowls are the best way to get your nutrients in wintertime.
We tend to eat in a hurry, often the same kind of food every day, without fresh ingredients, and we don’t provide our body the nutrients it needs to function correctly and to naturally detox day by day. These nourishing bowls do not come with special recipes, but a balance of the main nutrients (carbohydrates, proteins, and fats) and also raw and cooked ingredients that really nourish your body and make you feel energized.
You can combine any of your favorite ingredients, as long as you make sure the bowl has a little bit of everything your body needs. The Winter Abundance Bowl. Happy New Year, dear friends!
As completely amazing as 2013 was, I am excited to start fresh and begin a new chapter. There sure is a lot in the works for the coming 12 months and I look forward to sharing it all with you! But first off, let’s embrace the new year with something simple. Something delicious, yet realistic and achievable. So many of you have asked me if there is going to be another “action plan” or detox coming up this month to help purge the garbage we’ve undoubtedly filled ourselves with in December, and ring in the new year with a clean body and mind. How to Make S'more Brownies. Position a rack in the lower third of the oven and heat oven to 325 degrees F.
Line an 8 by-8-inch square baking pan with foil so it hangs over the edges by about 1 inch.For the crust: Lightly butter the foil with some of the melted butter. Stir the rest of the butter together with the crumbs, sugar, and salt in a medium bowl. Press the crumb mixture evenly over the bottom of the pan. Bake until golden brown, about 20 minutes.Meanwhile, make the brownie. Put the butter and chocolate in a medium microwave safe bowl. Wow! You’ve Got to Try Squash Egg-in-the-Hole. Remember that childhood breakfast favorite, a piece of toast with an egg cooked into its cutout center?
Well, try this stunning grown-up twist that replaces the bread with baked slices of acorn squash. The natural hole where the seeds once were is just waiting to be filled with an egg. Wow! You’ve Got to Try Individual Freezer Cheesecakes. If you want a little something sweet and you want it fast, pull one of these Rhubarb Jam Cheesecakes from the freezer at the start of dinner—it will be ready to eat in time for dessert. How to Make Crunchy, Creamy Avocado Fries. We thought we had explored every way to enjoy the buttery-rich yumminess of avocados. But then we swooned over a photo of the breaded avocado fries in chef Hans Röckenwagner‘s latest cookbook, Das Cookbook. Röckenwagner, known for applying German cooking techniques to Californian cuisine, features these delightful snacks on the menus at two of his Los Angeles–based cafés. Inspired by the photo, we created our own lighter version, and the results were even more delicious than we’d imagined: When you coat creamy avocado wedges with a crisp breadcrumb crust, that contrast of textures makes the avocado seem doubly silky-rich.
Be sure to follow Röckenwagner’s advice for success and start with firm, ripe avocados; cooking won’t add flavor, so the avocado has to be perfect from the start. Ultimate Chocolate Cupcakes with Ganache Filling. Garlic Tips and Techniques. 7 Perfect Post-Workout Snacks. 15 Lower-Carb Whole Food Swaps. 5 Easy, Quick Steps to Making Mason Jar Salads. Latte-Inspired Pumpkin Spice Recipes. Making Magic Chocolate Ice Cream - America's Test Kitchen Cooking School. Recipe: Seared Chicken & Mashed Potatoes with Maple-Glazed Carrots & Pan Sauce - Blue Apron. Recipe: Miso-Honey Chicken with Roasted Sweet Potatoes & Bok Choy - Blue Apron. Fondant Icing Recipe. Fact: A nice shell of fondant icing can transform your basic bake into a work of art. Unfortunately, the store-bought variety tastes like rubber. (It’s the only icing we place to the side instead of forking into our mouths.)
Because dessert is not a topic we take lightly, here’s a quick and delicious way to make it using just two ingredients. Recipe: Trinidadian Chicken Curry with Coconut Grits & Collard Greens - Blue Apron. Recipe: Acorn Squash Risotto with Crispy Sage & Radicchio Salad - Blue Apron. Recipe: Spicy Shrimp Spaghetti with Cabbage & Toasted Breadcrumbs - Blue Apron. Recipe: Sumac-Roasted Sweet Potato & Farro Salad with Pickled Onion & Hazelnuts - Blue Apron. Recipe: Moo Shu Vegetables with Pancakes & Plum Sauce - Blue Apron. Recipe: Roast Pork & Smashed Potatoes with Apple, Walnut & Goat Cheese Salad - Blue Apron. Recipe: Seared Chicken & Potato Salad with Sweet & Sour Cabbage - Blue Apron. Blueapron. Blueapron. Braised Halibut with Carrots and Coriander. Easy Chicken Tacos. Creamy Pasta With Asparagus, Parmesan, and Crispy Prosciutto. Chocolate and Toffee Pot de Crème - Steep Thoughts. What happens when you mix a classic French dessert with a signature English sweet?
The most delicious pot de crème you’ve ever tasted. Infused with our English Toffee tea, this rich and chocolaty custard puts a modern twist on a time-honoured recipe. Make it for your next dinner party, or try it as a sweet Valentine’s Day treat. Chocolate and Toffee Pot de Crème The most delicious pot de crème you’ve ever tasted. Ingredients 2 Perfect Spoonfuls of English Toffee tea 1 ¼ cups heavy cream ¼ cup granulated sugar 1 tsp vanilla pod 3 egg yolks 1 tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder 3 oz dark chocolate, finely chopped pinch of salt Directions.
DCS by Fisher & Paykel. Gluten Free Carrot Cake with Cashew Icing. Lemon Ricotta Pancakes. Ultimate Flaky Buttermilk Biscuits. Ultimate Chocolate Cupcakes with Ganache Filling. Recipe: Alsatian Spiced Chicken with Smashed Potatoes & Glazed Red Cabbage - Blue Apron. Recipe: Crispy Brown Butter Gnocchi with Meyer Lemon & Brussels Sprouts - Blue Apron. Almond Granola with Dried Fruit. Oatmeal Muffins and Granola. Recipe: Za'atar-Spiced Chicken with Tabbouleh, Roasted Cauliflower & Tzatziki - Blue Apron. Recipe: Mexican Spiced Turkey Burgers with Roasted Sweet Potato Fries & Lime Mayonnaise - Blue Apron. Recipe: Creamy Pasta Primavera with Sautéed Asparagus & Crispy Maitake Mushrooms - Blue Apron. Foods You Can Make in a Blender. If you’ve got a blender in your kitchen, you probably fall into one of two camps: those whose machines have accumulated a solid layer of dust after years of non-use and those whose blades are about to fall off from pureeing smoothies every morning.
No matter what team you’re on, you might not realize just how versatile your blender can be. Read on for 16 mouthwatering recipes that use your handiest tool--and have nothing to do with kale. She Wears Many Hats Peanut Butter Bread Sure. you need an oven, too, but when the result is this salty and sweet and perfect, it’s totally worth it.
Get the recipe. Nutrition Stripped Cauliflower Pizza Crust Proving that healthy pizza doesn’t have to be gross pizza. Get the recipe. Blender Babes The Wholesome Dish Simple Hummus Ready in five minutes, this dip is an absolute no-brainer. Get the recipe. Always Order Dessert Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Pudding No word yet on how to make a vat of this stuff. Get the recipe. Peaches & Cream Cocktail - Steep Thoughts. 15 Delicious New Ways to Make Oatmeal - Hello HealthyHello Healthy. Look no further then oatmeal for a budget-friendly, nutritious way to amp your fiber intake. This beneficial food is a breakfast staple for many of us, but eating your daily bowl of oats is pretty dull.
Luckily, this versatile grain lends itself well to a variety of recipes from traditional breakfast-friendly dishes to munchable snacks, and even oatrageously delicious dinner-worthy ideas. 1. Apple Cinnamon Baked Oatmeal | Fit Foodie Finds Looking for a way to spice up your daily oatmeal grind? Balsamic Bacon Brussels Sprouts - Hello HealthyHello Healthy. 20-Minute Egg in Spicy Tomato Sauce - Hello HealthyHello Healthy. Panko-Crusted Chicken & Hot Greens.