Before I say anything else, you need to know that I am not much of snacker. Perhaps this makes me square but I am typically quite content with my three meals a day.
Your mom taught you to never show up to a party or as an overnight guest without a gift (right?). Nothing is more personal, thoughtful and classy than a beautifully presented homemade gift. But what to make, especially during the rush-rush holiday season?
Recipe by Carly Stein BIO: Carly Stein is the founder and CEO of Beekeeper’s Naturals, which is focused on superfoods from the hive and dedicated to saving the bees. Carly is committed to using her company as a platform to raise funding for the bee cause and promoting sustainable practices.
Brussels sprouts can be a bit bitter—I think that’s why some people don’t like them. But here, any bitterness is countered with lemon juice, fresh dill, and toasted almonds. The result is a really good, completely health-conscious vegetable dish. Even if you haven’t liked Brussels sprouts before, you’re in for a pleasant surprise.
Watch one second of this video and you’ll be pumped to make these addictive energy balls—filled with blueberries, almonds, and seeds.
If cold sesame or peanut noodles are part of your usual comfort food rotation, this dish is a great take-out fake-out. Soba noodles are traditionally made from buckwheat, which, contrary to its name, is a gluten-free flour that’s rich in protein and fiber.
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Packed with fiber and immune-boosting vitamins, almonds are your best friend on the road
The humble almond is one of our favorite travel snacks. Here are four delicious ways to take the protein- and fiber-rich almonds on the road.