Looking for a dish to take to your next cookout, family reunion, or get together this summer? I’ve got you covered. My friend Melissa made Cauliflower Tabbouleh this weekend for a cookout we had and it was a hit! I just had to have her share the recipe so I could share it with all of you!
This tabbouleh is light and perfect for a hot summer day. Plus, it’s super healthy! Works as a great alternative for potato or macaroni salad. And, it would be perfect for an Ideal Protein Phase 1 lunch!
About a month ago I added intermittent fasting to my daily routine. My weight loss had slowed down and I needed to change things up! My weight loss coach mentioned that another client had tried intermittent fasting and was seeing good results.
I decided to do a little research and see what it was all about. I have been doing Ideal Protein for a while now and I am down to my final push to get to my goal weight. Maybe this was just the change that I needed?
If you’re on any type of healthy eating plan there probably isn’t a whole lot of Italian food in your life. But what happens if that is all you really want? Well, you have two options…suck it up 🙂 OR try to figure out how to make “healthier” Italian food. Last week I went on the search for just that and came across Delish’s recipe “Best Cauliflower Baked Ziti.”
This past weekend I attended the Athleta Thrive Fit Fest in Harrisburg, PA. It was the first time I had ever been to a “fitness festival” but I have seen them popping up everywhere, so I decided to give one a try!
I had a great experience and got to try a lot of different workouts, products, and food that I normally wouldn’t have. The whole thing was a bit intense with back-to-back workouts scheduled, but you can pick and choose what you want to try. I, of course, wanted to try almost everything…and now I am super sore because of it! But damn if it wasn’t a great way to spend a day!
Are you meal prepping? Having lots of people over? Then, this recipe is for you! My Spicy Crock-Pot Pork Lettuce Boats feeds 8 and is very affordable! All the ingredients in this recipe were purchased at Aldi and this recipe costs less than $2 per serving!