Paleo and Whole30 diet, the restrictions are challenging for some, while simple for others. Basically, the way to determine whether or not you can eat something is to ask yourself this question: Could a caveman eat this? If not, it’s a no-go. No dairy, grains, legumes, starches, alcohol, processed foods, sugars or sugar substitutes.
Don’t let your lack of options rain on your Fourth of July parade. There are plenty of other ways to celebrate the good old USA other than conventional BBQs and lake parties. Check out these alternative Fourth of July food, entertainment and drink ideas to put your own twist on an Independence Day celebration!
Knowledge is power – especially when it comes to baking. No recipe is set in stone when you know how to successfully substitute healthy alternatives for the unhealthy ingredients in your favorite treats. So grab your apron and read on to learn how to transform your most dangerous desserts into guilt-free goodies!
After being asked to bake six dozen cupcakes for the teachers at a local elementary school, I was stumped trying to think of a way to make them special. I didn’t have time to bake an elaborate recipe, but I could frost them nicely! That’s when it hit me – frost them like flowers! Want to whip up a batch of flower cupcakes? Check out these quick tutorials.
Baking in the summer and having your oven on for any amount of time heats up your house pretty quickly. Why don’t you avoid a hot kitchen and enjoy a delicious dessert instead? I searched Pinterest for the tastiest no-bake recipes. Check them out!
With Memorial Day just around the corner, it’s time to bust out some potluck crowd pleasers. But let’s face it – nobody has time to spend hours on their contribution. You don’t have to sacrifice flavor when you’re short on time. From appetizers to desserts, I’ve got some great new recipes for you to try at your Memorial Day potluck.
It’s March and basketball is in the air! The college basketball tournament season is well under way, and we at the Zing Blog want to make sure you have enough treats to make it through. Here are 16 desserts you have to try during the tournament season.
Roll out the red carpet and polish that gold statue, because the 86th annual Academy Awards are this Sunday! Whether you’re hosting a viewing party, attending one or planning a quiet evening at home, you’ll need food. Lucky for you, we’ve got a list of recipes inspired by this year’s Best Picture nominees.
Why spend $8–10 on bottled juice when you can make your own at home? Save time, money, the environment and calories by shopping for your own fruits and veggies and making your own juices. Many bottled juices are very high in sugar and low in dietary fiber. When you create your own blends at home, you have the ability to tailor your juice to your own specific dietary needs and to control the amount of added sugar by using more vegetables than fruit. Here are four of the Savorfull team’s favorite healthy juice recipes.
After four years’ worth of traditional “single-guy college Super Bowl parties” where my roommates and I would order a smorgasbord of buffalo wings, ribs, French fries, and onion rings, I’m ready to change things up. Rather than repeat with the same old snacks, why not cook for yourself? Luckily, I got “The Best Cookbook Ever” as a holiday gift. No really, that’s the title of the cookbook. Authors Eli and Max Sussman give some great recipes to change things up at your Super Bowl party this year. Here are a few of my favorites.