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The following article was written by Jessy Easton. No time to prepare breakfast? These healthy baked oatmeal squares from the vegetarian cookbook Peas and Thank You by Sarah Methany make a great on-the-run meal. They are simple to prepare and satisfying to eat, and do you want to know the best part? Each square totals less than 150 calories! Just grab a square on your way out the door to work or the gym or when you're off on a long day of errands.
Being a frugal road biker is tricky. At times, it’s near impossible. So when I started training for LOTOJA last spring I instinctively shielded my wallet when the realization struck me of how much I would be eating, let alone pedaling, on my long training rides. Armed with the sum of human wisdom (Google) and a tough set of intestines, my homemade energy bars recipe experiment ended with this tasty number. At less than $.20 per 200 calorie bar, it satisfied my hunger and my budget. Energy Bars Ingredients List 1 1/4 cups store brand Crisp Rice (Rice Krispies) 1 cup uncooked quick oats 2 tablespoons flaxseed meal 1/4 cup chopped raisins 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon 1/3 cup maple syrup 1/2 cup peanut butter 1 teaspoon vanilla
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[dropcap] I [/dropcap]f we hadn”t made this last minute trip to Canada we would probably be camping in the Norwegian fjords right now. Before we left I had been brainstorming some ideas of what I wanted to bring and make for food, so that we could eat better than last year when I was dealing with morning sickness. Camping food is just so much fun and I”m sure we”ll get out there sometime yet this summer. These are some of the things that I would consider making and bringing along with me on our next camping trip. Pack-along treats to munch on the way to your destination.