Category Archives for "Cooking and Eating Well"
How would you like a great big dollop of smooth, creamy goodness on top of your next burger? And what if that smooth, creamy goodness could be good for you? Enter my avocado white balsamic spread.
It’s a staple on Chinese restaurant menus the world over, and for good reason.
There’s just something about that combination of salty soy sauce, starchy rice, and sweet vegetables that is undeniably delicious.
However, typical fried rice is also full of simple carbs and greasy oil… both of which will help you pack on pounds!
I’ve come up with a quick, easy, and healthy alternative that provides the taste and feel of fried rice – without the extra fat and carbs.
Let’s check it out!
If you’ve never had zabaglione, let me describe it for you. It’s a cool, sweet, silky custard, usually spiked with a little moscato. It’s at its best in a champagne glass, under a layer of sumptuous fresh berries. With blueberries especially, zabaglione is basically irresistible.
And it does your waistline zero favors.
I’ve made peace with my weakness for blueberries and zabaglione. A simple swap was all it took to get a similar epicurean experience (Ok, a vaguely similar experience at least), with way fewer calories.
When I’m looking for a quick, filling, and healthy snack, I often reach for an avocado. I love eating half an avocado right out of the skin, and I like to put a different spin on it each time. Today, I’m going to share with you my 3 favorite (and healthy!) ways to munch on an avocado.