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Learn to Bake Healthier with Everyday Grain-Free Bakingby  

By Kelly Smith, Contributing Writer The start of a new year often rekindles our desire to eat healthier! And for many of us that means saying goodbye to all of those empty-calorie carbs and refined sugars that always seem to creep in during the holidays. But rather... Read More

Detoxifying Chicken and Vegetable Soupby  

By Stacy Karen, Contributing Writer The indulgences of the holiday season are coming to a close and many of us are looking for simple ways to nourish ourselves and feel better. [Tweet "A simple soup is the perfect solution to days... Read More

Broccoli and Potato Frittata Recipeby  

By Leigh Ann Dutton, Contributing Writer Breakfast is an important part of our family's day. I have two little boys who can eat as much as grown adults. Often on play dates, I pray that no eating will be involved. It's... Read More

Best Classic Eggnog – Easy, no-cook, refined sugar freeby  

Guest post by Dena Norton Eggnog seems to be a love-hate thing. Well, starting now, it's a love-LOVE thing. This easy, classic eggnog recipe is thick and rich, with the perfect amount of natural sweetness and warm holiday spice --- eggnog fans... Read More

“Seasons Greetings” Homemade Gift in a Jarby  

By Kelly Smith, Contributing Writer When it comes to holiday gift-giving, there are few things as special as receiving a gift handmade with love. It’s a simple, thoughtful way to show you care, and really expresses the true spirit of the holidays... Read More

6 Cleansing Foods You Should Be Eating This Winterby  

Guest post by Lisa Grace Byrne, MPH Oh, winter! If you are living in the Northern hemisphere (particularly the areas where winter means cold), easing into the winter season with warmth and grace can feel a little challenging. Songs fill... Read More

Maple Glazed Pumpkin Donuts (Grain-Free, Dairy-Free)by  

By Kelly Smith, Contributing Writer Mmm, pumpkin donuts! The aroma of sweet pumpkin pie spices filling the air with subtle maple syrup undertones is enough to wake even the sleepiest sleepy heads in our home. Combine these irresistible fall treats with a side of... Read More

Cinnamon Apple Salad Recipe: A Perfect Holiday Side Dishby  

By Emily McClements, Contributing Writer My mom is a great cook. She grew up on a farm in Northwestern Ohio with vegetables from the garden, fruit from their fruit trees, fresh milk from their cow with real cream and homemade... Read More

5-Ingredient Southwestern Enchiladasby  

By Rachel Marie, Contributing Writer I see a lot of friends asking in social media about dinner ideas - and I, for one, can always use more ideas. One night a friend posted that she was having chicken enchiladas so... Read More

Soothing Lemon Ginger Drink for Colds and Congestionby  

By Stacy Karen, Contributing Writer When it comes to colds and congestion, ginger and lemon pack a powerful punch. Ginger warms the body and is known to help with decongestion. It is also thought to boost circulation and the immune system. Lemon is... Read More

Simple DIY Hand Sanitizerby  

  By Leigh Ann Dutton, Contributing Writer I'm not a germaphobe. I think dirt is good, and I like to keep beneficial bacteria around. I believe these things strengthen the immune system, which is especially helpful as we come upon cold... Read More

Green Tea Panna Cotta: The Easiest Summer Dessert You’ll Ever Makeby  

  By Kresha Faber, Contributing Writer Summertime is no time to be cooking in a hot kitchen. It's also a time when we want things easy. I'm not saying we're lazy - I'm just saying I'd rather be playing a... Read More

Chocolate Avocado Popsiclesby  

By Rachel Marie, Contributing Writer The middle of summer means a lot of heat, sun and hopefully fun. In the midst of summer business of swim lessons, vacation Bible school, and staying up later, we love to have fun outside. We go... Read More

Warm Potato Salad with Bacon, Asparagus and Swiss Chardby  

You don't even understand how good this potato salad is. A month or two ago, Ryan and I were out on a date. We had just discovered that our new home came complete with a very responsible teenage girl living... Read More

Pea Guacamole Dip Recipe: Guacamole That Stays Green!by  

By Andrea Green, Contributing Writer The first time I made this pea guacamole dip recipe, I served it to my family without telling them what the secret ingredient was. They could taste the avocado. They could taste the tomatoes. They... Read More

A Month of Smoothies — 31 Recipe Links to Keep You Happily Slurping All Summerby  

Image by Miriam Our blender sees a lot of action once the warm weather hits. We're smoothie fiends all year long, but our cravings go into overdrive during summer. For my family, there is nothing like a frosty glass of... Read More

Raspberry Coconut Popsicle Recipeby  

By Leigh Ann Dutton, Contributing Writer Go with me here. It's a sticky kind of hot outside. Your t-shirt clings to your skin. The air is so thick you don't just breathe the air, you eat it, chew it really.... Read More

Perfect Peanut Butter Granola Barsby  

By Kresha Faber, Contributing Writer I absolutely love granola bars. They've been a favorite snack since I was a kid. Whether it's a road trip, camping, hiking, a toddler snack in the diaper bag, or just to have something on... Read More

Strawberry-Peach Salsa Recipeby  

  By Stacy Karen, Contributing Writer Summer is a wonderful tine to enjoy fresh salsa. It's so flavorful and delicious! Plus, it's easy to make. However, you may want a change from tomato-based salsas. (I'm sure that's mortifying to some die-hard... Read More

Chewy Chocolate Granola Bars (nut-free!)by  

Looking for a yummy, real-food homemade granola bar recipe? This is a great one! It's nourishing and also allergy-friendly ... no gluten, eggs, dairy, nuts or peanuts! By Jessica Smartt, Contributing Writer I don't know about you, but it feels... Read More

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