If you’re looking for an extremely easy snack or appetizer to throw together- you’ve come to the right place! I’ve been playing with a lot of recipe leftovers lately- a random orange here…a random tiny hunk of cheese there… This is a little geo food idea I came up with using crackers & some healthy items from my fridge!…
Lately my life has been completely crazy. I’ve been completely off my normal schedule & it is only getting more intense. So what’s this mean for my eating habits? Well…let’s just say I’m not exactly making the best decisions. I’m either completely forgetting to eat or snacking on junk throughout the day. So how am I fixing that? Keep reading to find out how I’m loving my snacks with 25% less sugar & lots of fiber!…
Want a recipe that will perk you right up? This yogurt bowl is sweet but also really bright- perfectly perky in the morning or as a snack. I personally love the combination of lemon & blueberry. Normally you see it in cheesecakes or bars but here is a fresher take. Plus it is super easy! Keep reading to put together the pieces!…
I’m so excited to bring you guys this recipe! These Green Goddess Won Ton Salad Cups are super easy to make, adapt to what you have in your fridge, & taste a bit like a cheat meal…without being one! Want to see how to make them? I also have my tips for making the perfect little won ton cups too! Keep reading to check it out!…
Ready for some road trips? Today I’m sharing some of my absolute favorite snacks perfect for the occasion that you can purchase yourself online. I make a lot of our snacks myself in the dehydrator but I definitely have some options that are easily accessible & totally worth the splurge as well! Keep reading to check them out!…
Fun fact: I used to completely hate eggs. This likely surprises those who follow me on instagram (check me out right here for more food, style, & adventures!) because even recently I’ve posted breakfast tacos & portabello scrambled eggs. But go back 10 years & that was just the beginning of me even bothering to give eggs a shot. I’ve come a long way since then! Today I want to share my personal favorite snack involving deviled eggs- keep reading to check out my Thai Basil Sriracha Deviled Eggs Recipe….
If you take a peek in a my fridge you’ll almost always find Greek yogurt. Yogurt makes it way into a ton of my recipes because it has a nice, long refrigerator life, it is good for our dogs, & it can be used in both savory & sweet recipes. Usually I buy both a large container & single serving cups (my favorites are from Chobani!) for variety. When I use my single cups I often just make dips inside the container- perfect for less dishes & less hassle! Keep reading to see my recipe for this dill & lemon Greek-influenced dip that is a favorite!…
Recently we’ve been pushing to snack healthier around the house. We’re moving in only a few months now (the final countdown!) so now is the time to clear out the junk so we don’t have to move it! I actually purchased a really affordable option off Amazon (you can see it here!) & we ended up using it every single day! I couldn’t believe how useful it was for herbs, veggies, & seriously tasty snacks. Oh- & dog treats which I think I’ll discuss in another post! The new dehydrator got SO much use that we had a big lineup of backlogged items to dehydrate even! Next my loving husband splurged & bought me the best dehydrator on the market- the Excalibur 3926TB Food Dehydrator! It is CRAZY & I plan to have a bunch more recipes, DIYs, & reviews using it! To start out I chose a snack I’ve been munching on a ton in the past month- carrot chips with a bit of seasoning! Keep reading to check them out!
This post is brought to you by HiHH & M&Ms. Thanks to M&Ms for making this post possible!Are you ready for the awards show parties to begin? Today I thought it’d be fun to show you a super easy recipe to either bring to a party or serve at your own! All you need are some basic ingredients a lot of us have in our pantry already & it doesn’t take long to throw together either! Adding M&Ms to the mix adds some color, crunch, & a bit of fun with a candy we all recognize & love. Keep reading to check it out!
The holiday season is super crazy & it is definitely the season! Out running errands & checking off my holiday list I’ve been grabbing a clutch that goes with anything. I always try to keep my bag stocked with essentials like hand sanitizer, concealer, a brow pencil so I don’t look crazy, & a tasty snack I can toss in my bag like the LUNA gluten-free bar options.
Need to go to a work event? Check! Grab milk because we ran out….again…? Check? Head out the door to dinner with my husband? Checkitty check! Know what keeps me going? Making sure I have energy by always having a snack on hand! I have been loving the new gluten-free LUNA bars because I have a bad habit of getting really grumpy when my tummy starts to rumble.
All LUNA bars are now gluten-free & they are still under 200 calories for a suitable snack. They come in an awesome variety of flavors, are made with 70% organic ingredients, have no artificial flavors or synthetic preservatives, & are a great source of both protein & fiber! They tweaked things only slightly to make them gluten-free while still tasting great. I have 4 bars here that Ryan & I sat down & tried together & we loved each one for different reasons. We both agreed we’d reach for any of the flavors again…& that they tasted a bit like a granola & candy bar hybrid! Win!
Want to try your very own bar of your choice? Visit the LUNA PAGE HERE & then come back to let me know which flavor you’d most like to try! Just comment with it below along with your email address & I’ll contact one winner randomly!
When it comes to breakfast I jump around a lot. One week I love cereal & the next I can barely stand the thought of food. I discovered something new this fine morning…the most amazing rice cake breakfast ever. Yes rice cakes have a bad rep but I personally like them. Crunchy, come in many flavors, low-ish on the calorie count…what’s not to like?
It turns out cashew butter is magic. Years of eating peanut & almond butters & they were very tasty. Very. But if you’re looking for something new that doesn’t punch you in the face all natural cashew butter is the way to go. I put it on some of my caramel flavored rice cakes & boom…breakfast! If we had gone grocery shopping this would have been excellent topped with banana slices, blueberries, or maybe mix in a touch of pumpkin spice.
Speaking of pumpkins…YUM! Pumpkin coffee was perfection today, my house smells amazing! What do you top your rice cakes with? Any great cashew butter ideas?
Crescent dough is definitely a great emergency food. When I haven’t prepared something, have been working through till dinner, or just have no idea what to make this is a common ingredient. Ready made crescent dough is something I’ve always used but someday I’ll get around to making my own! I use it combined with leftovers or food I need to use up. This time it was a bunch of thin sliced ham in the fridge & a hankering for something cheesy.
Crescent Ham & Cheese Roll Ups
recipe from Home in High Heels
1 8 ounce can refridgerated crescent dough
16 slices thin honey ham
1.5 cups cheddar cheese
2 tablespoons Parmesan (or extra cheddar cheese)
2 tablespoons butter
1/2 teaspoon Italian seasoning
1/4 teaspoon seasoning salt
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2. Melt butter in glass dish in microwave. Mix in herbs & salt to taste. Set aside.
3. Pop open crescent dough. leave in large sheet for pin wheels. Lay out like a flat rectangle.
4. Sprinkle half the cheese on the dough. Spread out turkey. Top with remaining cheese.
5. Roll into log shape & slice with a very sharp knife for an even cut. Slice into 12, 14, or 16 depending on preference.
6. Baste with melted butter mix. Reserve 1/2.
7. Place in oven for 10 minutes, remove & baste with remaining butter & top with Parmesan. Continue baking 5-7 minutes until bubbly & golden.
8. Remove from oven & serve immediately.
Hubby ate these up! We usually throw veggies in these like broccoli or sauteed peppers. Tonight we were craving “junk” so this was a nice medium. What would you put in roll ups?
I feel like ranch dip is such a California thing. We eat it with nearly everything & I get odd looks every time I dip my fries into it. If you’re a ranch lover who wants a healthy alternative that still tastes like ranch…you’re in luck!
2 tablespoons plain greek yogurt
2 teaspoons ranch seasoning (more or less to your liking)
a bit of water or milk to thin
That’s it! Just mix it all together & gobble it up! I love this with a yellow or orange bell pepper as an afternoon snack. To use as a dressing on salad, thin it out a bit more & for a chip dip you won’t need to thin as much. Just know that if you make a big batch, greek yogurt lasts a long time in the fridge! Just check your date!
I hope you enjoyed this little post & a healthier ranch dip! I also use greek yogurt in place of many things in recipes so watch out for that in the future!
Where to Buy: Food Should Taste Good. Retail Price is $1.29 per bag. If you check out the link, they have quite a few different flavors too! I want to try them all eventually!
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