As 2020 draws closer, it's so much fun to look back and reflect upon the past year. Over the past 12 months, I've traveled to Israel with my family, judged the first season of ABC's Family Food Fight, launched The Little Kitchen Academy and created my own caviar line. I've also been able to use this website to share recipes with all of you. While we're still in 2019, I thought I'd highlight some of my favorite recipes that I've posted in the past year.
My first favorite recipe is this WW approved Grilled Street Corn. During the summer months, I grill proteins, vegetables and fruits as often as I can. When I teamed up with WW to create healthy and delicious recipes, I knew Grilled Street Corn would be one of them. I made a few changes to this super popular dish so that you can enjoy it without adding a ton of fat. Instead of covering the corn in the traditional sour cream and cheese mixture, I make a creamy sauce with fat free greek yogurt and lime juice. This citrusy mixture tastes wonderful on top of the grilled corn!
Time for my second favorite recipe of the year: Vegetable Pot Pies. I love these pot pies because they're hearty, savory and comforting during the cold, winter months. There's nothing better than cracking through the flaky crust to get to the warm filling inside. What's so great about this recipe is that you can use whatever veggies you have in your fridge to make this. If you don't have any peas, throw in some mushrooms. Don't have mushrooms? Add some diced potatoes. If you're a fan of reading a recipe and making tweaks to customize it to your personal tastes, then this pot pie recipe is for you.
Some families pass down expensive jewelry to younger generations. Other families pass down antique furniture. In my family, we pass down recipes! There's no way I could finish this post without featuring my Great Grandma Rose's Mandelbread. Nicole grew up eating this sweet treat and now I make it for her and my boys all the time. I love this recipe because you can make this cookie with less than 10 ingredients. You probably already have them in your kitchen. This is also a great recipe to make with your kids!
What are some of your favorite recipes from the past year? Comment below. I'd love to hear.
One of the reasons why I've teamed up with WW is because I love the way they promote health and wellness. Despite what you may have heard, you don't need to cut out an entire food group in your quest to eat cleaner. It's all about moderation!
2020 has arrived! This week I'm here to help you stick to your food and fitness New Year's Resolutions. Preparing meals at home is a huge part of maintaining a balanced diet. I know busy schedules and long work days can tempt you into eating out a lot. However, cooking your own food is better for your health and your wallet! I'm going to share three WW approved dishes that are perfect for mid day lunch breaks at work or school.
Happy New Year! 2020 is finally here and I couldn't be more excited! There's nothing like the start of a brand new year to make you focus on your health and wellness. While there are plenty of resolutions that will help you lead a more balanced lifestyle, I'm particularly fond of Dry January. I'm proud to announce that I've teamed up withSeedlip Drinks to create elegant and delicious cocktail recipes that have plenty of taste and no alcohol!