Inspiring healthier eating one dish at a time

Holiday Slaw with Greek Yogurt Dressing

Brussels sprout and apple slaw made with siggi’s spiced apple yogurt is a healthy, make-ahead holiday side dish.

I received free samples of siggi’s yogurt mentioned in this post. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by siggi’s yogurt and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.

Have you ever thought what Thanksgiving would be without the sides? It would literally be “turkey day”. Bor-ing. I do love the turkey, but I also adore all of the sides. Especially the stuffing. I would die without stuffing.


The problem is, those sides take so much time to make. And they require extremely careful planning and precise timing so they’re ready just as the turkey has rested for the appropriate amount of time. And most importantly, they require oven space. Precious oven space — that most of us don’t have. Continue Reading..

Spiced Pumpkin Bisque Shooters

Soups on! These Spiced Pumpkin Bisque Shooters made with siggi’s orange & ginger yogurt are a perfect holiday appetizer or first course.

I received free samples of siggi’s yogurt mentioned in this post. By posting this recipe I am entering a recipe contest sponsored by siggi’s yogurt and am eligible to win prizes associated with the contest. I was not compensated for my time.

 Eighteen days until the biggest eating fest of the year people!! And if you’re reading food blogs, I’m going to guess you’re on the hunt for some creative Thanksgiving recipe ideas. Nothing too out there – I know there are certain family members who will hit the roof if you don’t serve the traditional stuffing, sweet potatoes, or green bean casserole.  One year I put apples and walnuts in my stuffing and I never heard the end of it. Continue Reading..


10 Ways To Use Greek Yogurt

I’ve mentioned before that Greek yogurt is one of my favorite foods, and something I always have in my kitchen.  I love the tangy flavor, and the thick consistency.  I also love the fact that it’s a healthy food – low in sugar, high in protein and full of probiotics, or healthy bacteria, which help your GI tract and immune system.  It’s a food that I could (and usually do) eat every day.   Continue Reading..

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