Delicious and Healthy Banana Bread Muffin Recipe (No Refined Sugar!)

By Mackenzie Pittman Perfect and simple recipe if you’re looking for a sweet, but not too sweet treat. Banana bread is a classic comfort food everyone loves, and in muffin form, even more appealing. Not only are these muffins naturally sweetened with honey or maple syrup, they can easily be tweaked to suit anyone on a vegan or dairy free diet! Prep time: 10 minutes … Continue reading Delicious and Healthy Banana Bread Muffin Recipe (No Refined Sugar!)

Food for Your Grad Party: What Everybody Wants to See on the Table

By: Chelsea Cozad Whether you’re thinking of catering from a favorite restaurant or preparing everything by yourself, these are the top 6 items everybody wants to see when they arrive at your celebration. Chick-fil-A Nuggets Okay, even if it’s not a party who doesn’t crave these bite-size pieces of deliciousness? Trays come in small, medium, and large sizes so you can customize it to the … Continue reading Food for Your Grad Party: What Everybody Wants to See on the Table

Smoothies for Springtime

By Katie Giffin With springtime knocking at our doors, what better way to celebrate the incoming warm weather than with a fresh and energizing fruit smoothie. Here are some of my favorite smoothie recipes. Blend these ingredients together in the order they are listed and enjoy! Sunburst Smoothie  1/3 cup of  frozen papaya 1/3 cup of frozen mandarin oranges 1/3 cup of frozen pineapple 2/3 cup … Continue reading Smoothies for Springtime

5 of the Cutest Easter Movies to Watch this Holiday Season

By: Chelsea Cozad Hop (2011) Start mixing the food coloring, hard boiled the eggs, and flip on the TV to this adorable spin on the tale of the Easter Bunny. Hop tells the story of the teenage son of the Easter Bunny, E.B., who wants to change his path and pursue a career as a drummer in a rock’n’roll band. He travels to Hollywood and … Continue reading 5 of the Cutest Easter Movies to Watch this Holiday Season

4 Tips For Staying Motivated

by Katie Giffin By now the optimism of January has faded into cold reality (both literally and figuratively), and the reason why most of us don’t set New Year’s goals is coming back in blinding clarity: New Year’s resolutions are most often never kept. The vague goals of “being more healthy” and “taking more risks” have dissolved back into eating entire pizzas while binge-watching The … Continue reading 4 Tips For Staying Motivated

Spectacular Spaghetti Squash Recipe

By: Chelsea Cozad Cold weather calls for hot and inviting meals. Soups, stews, chili are all too common. Try something different, like this yummy recipe for spaghetti squash, to warm up during the winter months. Ready in 1 hr 15 min. Ingredients: 2-3 lb spaghetti squash ⅛ cup of vegetable oil ⅛ cup of olive oil Salt Pepper Vegetables, meats, and cheeses of your choice … Continue reading Spectacular Spaghetti Squash Recipe

Simple Ways To Feel Better – Faster

by Katie Giffin It’s mid-February and by now we’ve all heard the same old advice for staying healthy–wash your hands, eat super foods, take lots of vitamins, avoid human contact as much as possible–but what do you do if you already have the crud? Here are some tips if you’re battling sickness and you don’t have the time to curl up at home. Yoga Believe … Continue reading Simple Ways To Feel Better – Faster