Protein Packed Energy Balls

Protein Packed Energy Balls

One thing I love to do is find different ways to increase protein in my meals. Sometimes I make protein shakes, sometimes I add collagen powder to my morning oats, and other times I like to bake with ingredients that help provide a powerful punch per serving. Voila! I was thinking about how I want … Continue reading “Protein Packed Energy Balls”

Recipe: Oat Flour Apple Muffins

Recipe: Oat Flour Apple Muffins

Truthfully, this recipe came up because I wanted to eat something healthy and nutritious that also didn’t make me feel heavy given the summertime heat. That’s why I used Greek Yogurt for this recipe. It’s a great way to boost moistness while adding protein and healthy fat. The recipe is super-simple and is perfect to … Continue reading “Recipe: Oat Flour Apple Muffins”

Recipe: Mini vEGGie Frittatas

Recipe: Mini vEGGie Frittatas

Like the pun on the title? I know, it’s cheesy. For a few months now, I’ve been scouring the internet for a simple baked egg dish. While that seems like a no-brainer, I have specific criteria which I’ve listed below. – Should have eggs – Should have veggies – Should be freezer friendly – Should … Continue reading “Recipe: Mini vEGGie Frittatas”

Recipe: Greek Yogurt Layered Dip

Recipe: Greek Yogurt Layered Dip

Just because super bowl and football season is over, doesn’t mean that dip season is over as well.  Dips are a creative way to get in your vegetables at social gatherings.  However, most traditional dips contain high amounts of sodium and fat.  By making dips with Greek yogurt, you increase the protein and add a … Continue reading “Recipe: Greek Yogurt Layered Dip”

WHAT TO EAT IF YOU’RE SUFFERING FROM PCOS

WHAT TO EAT IF YOU’RE SUFFERING FROM PCOS

Don’t let the disorder control you Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, or PCOS, is the most common endocrine disorder among women between the ages of 18 and 44. It is caused by the presence of elevated levels of androgen – male sex hormones – in women. Unfortunately, there is no real cure for PCOS. The Silent Killer … Continue reading “WHAT TO EAT IF YOU’RE SUFFERING FROM PCOS”

Recipe: Greek Yogurt Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

Recipe: Greek Yogurt Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

In case I haven’t beaten a dead horse enough with consuming Greek yogurt, here goes yet again! I love using Greek yogurt for baking breads or muffins because it adds moistness, increases the protein content and if you use flavored Greek yogurt you could potentially decrease the sugar you add into the recipe.  For example, … Continue reading “Recipe: Greek Yogurt Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins”

Recipe: Rainbow Parfait

Recipe: Rainbow Parfait

I was recently inspired by the hot weather in Mumbai for a nutritious snack that would taste good, keep me full, and contain healthy ingredients.  The parfait is also a good option for breakfast or if you ate a light dinner, it could be considered for dessert as well. Since I am in India, the local … Continue reading “Recipe: Rainbow Parfait”

Recipe: Banana Oat Flour Muffins

Recipe: Banana Oat Flour Muffins

  What is Oat Flour? It’s basically oats ground into a powder form. It’s an excellent wheat free alternative and a more nutritious option.  If gluten-free is required, you can purchase gluten free oats. Alternatively, Bob’s Red Mill offers both options. Here’s the recipe!         Ingredients 2 ½ cups oat flour 2-3 large … Continue reading “Recipe: Banana Oat Flour Muffins”

Recipe: Chicken Noodle Soup

Recipe: Chicken Noodle Soup

Even though it’s melting outside and all you want is ice cold hydration — I’ve noticed that many people are more susceptible to colds, coughs and increased phlegm.  I think it’s primarily due to the drastic change of your body temperature between indoors and outdoors.  You’re freezing inside, hiding under sweaters and then you go … Continue reading “Recipe: Chicken Noodle Soup”

It’s like Cashew Butta… Baby!

It’s like Cashew Butta… Baby!

So I’m a sucker for nut butters. I pride myself on never going a day without eating peanut butter — and the Reduced Fat Skippy kind.  Sure, I’m a dietitian but I grew up in the 80’s and some tastes just CANNOT change.  However, for my little one, I’ve slowly worked on introducing nuts and … Continue reading “It’s like Cashew Butta… Baby!”