eating greens.

I’m revisiting my eat-in-color series to find ways to eat healthy green foods for breakfast, lunch and dinner.  here are 5favs recipes to consider.  what are your favorite ways to get in some healthy greens?  đŸ„’đŸđŸ„‘ (and please note:  my sincere apologies for those who received an incomplete pre-scheduled email on Monday,  I will be more careful in the … More eating greens.

may we always eat-in-color

it’s our eat-in-color menu for #meatlessmonday – May style. breakfast blueberry tofu smoothie via health.com (purple/blue) lunch  spiced vegan lentil soup via cookie and kate (green + red) panini with artichokes* hearts, spinach and red peppers via nytimes cooking (green + red) snack banana (yellow) + justin’s maple almond butter  dinner mediterranean five grain rainbow salad (w/ *radishes) via … More may we always eat-in-color

spotlight on spinach

we have our eye on spinach for #MeatlessMonday!  it’s one of my GASP items. 🙂 (you know, those foods I literally GASP over) and  if you’re looking to add more greens to your diet, spinach is a great option, it’s low in calories, high in vitamins, and is an excellent source of multiple nutrients including fiber, calcium … More spotlight on spinach

eat in color: green

it’s our eat-in-color series (finding ways to enjoy naturally colorful foods within our day) – and our task is to find a way to have a green food at every meal throughout the day.  have you been following our g.r.o.p.y* series? (please see our previous eat-in-color posts on orange, red, purple/blue and yellow foods) so here’s our green food recipes and meal options, (and best part – they … More eat in color: green

super salads.

sometimes I just get in the mood for a big salad, and that’s all I want.  arugula, butter lettuce, and kale are some of my favorite salad greens, and I love adding a light but flavorful vinaigrette as well as healthy toppings to a great big salad.  😉  so I’m sharing my 5favs salads that I … More super salads.