One-Dish Baked Spinach Parmesan Sorghum Risotto with Salmon

One-Dish Baked Spinach Parmesan Sorghum Risotto with Salmon

What's better than a delicious dinner that only dirties one dish? Make this one dish baked spinach parmesan sorghum risotto with salmon, using Hodgson Mills new sorghum sides! All you do is mix the ingredients in a casserole dish and bake topped with salmon fillets. You'll get a creamy whole grain risotto and perfectly cooked salmon! 

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Spaghetti with Greens and Gorgonzola

Spaghetti with Greens and Gorgonzola

Spaghetti with greens and gorgonzola is the easiest vegetarian pasta dish! Just saute your favorite green leafy vegetables with garlic and red pepper flakes, toss with whole grain spaghetti and serve with gorgonzola and toasted hazelnuts! It's budget friendly and easy to swap whatever greens look good at the market. 

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PCOS and Intuitive Eating: Part 3 - Disordered Eating and PCOS

PCOS and Intuitive Eating: Part 3 - Disordered Eating and PCOS

The final installment of this series on PCOS and Intuitive Eating will take a deeper look at why intuitive eating should be the backbone of treatment for PCOS, and why there is a higher risk of disordered eating in women who are diagnosed with PCOS. 

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Southwestern Sweet Potato Breakfast Hash with Chili and Orange

Southwestern Sweet Potato Breakfast Hash with Chili and Orange

Looking for a fun new make ahead breakfast the whole family will love! Try this southwestern sweet potato hash, which is roasted on a sheet pan and flavored with Florida orange juice and spices for a yummy sweet and spicy flavor. Just top with a fried egg! This vegetarian meal can be enjoyed for breakfast or dinner. 

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Why How You Feel Is More Important Than What You Weigh

Why How You Feel Is More Important Than What You Weigh

Most of my clients have spent years, decades even, on the roller coaster ride that is dieting. They're exhausted, stressed, depleted and feel like a failure. They know there's got to be a better way, but don't know what that looks like. Why not put the weight concerns aside, and instead focus on feeling good? After all, how you feel is more important than what you weigh when it comes to health. 

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2018 Intentions

2018 Intentions

I 2018, I'm not setting any goals or resolutions. I know myself too well for that. But after the weirdest, worst/best year of my life, I know there's some different ways I want to live my life to be more consistent with my core values. Sharing my 2018 intentions in today's post. 

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Harissa Roasted Butternut, Cauliflower and Chickpea Bowl

Harissa Roasted Butternut, Cauliflower and Chickpea Bowl

If you love sweet and spicy, make this harissa roasted butternut, cauliflower and chickpea bowl immediately! It's really simple to throw together. Just roast fall vegetables and chickpeas in a glaze of harissa paste and pure maple syrup and serve over quinoa with feta, pomegranate and herbs for garnish. A totally nourishing vegetarian meal for winter or fall! 

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My Three Step Method for "Detoxing" (That Doesn't Involve Green Juice or Suffering)

My Three Step Method for "Detoxing" (That Doesn't Involve Green Juice or Suffering)

Feeling a little bleh after the past month of holiday eating? You might be tempted by all the detoxes you're seeing marketed this time of year. But the key to health isn't in a bottle of green juice. Learn my three step method for "detoxing" (heavy emphasis on the ""s) that doesn't involve green juice, deprivation or suffering. 

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15 Things to Talk About Other Than Dieting

15 Things to Talk About Other Than Dieting

Stuck in a conversation about dieting? Diet talk has become a normal topic of conversation, but it's destructive, especially if you're trying to heal your relationship with food. When calorie counting or carb bashing comes up in conversation, pull out this list of 15 things to talk about other than dieting and change the conversation. 

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Body Image, Dating and Relationships

Body Image, Dating and Relationships

Feel like you have to lose weight or change your appearance to be in a happy relationship? Not so. This post explores body image, dating and relationships and debunks the idea that you have to look a certain way to attract a partner. To be loved for being you, you have to show up being authentically you. 

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Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole with Peppers and Kale

Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole with Peppers and Kale

Looking for something yummy and comforting to make on Christmas morning? This make ahead hash brown casserole with peppers and kale has all the comfort ingredients - melty cheddar cheese and sausage - plus a ton of veggies for flavor and nutrition! It's super easy but special enough for a holiday breakfast! 

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Kale and Mushroom Stroganoff over Crispy Roasted Potatoes

Kale and Mushroom Stroganoff over Crispy Roasted Potatoes

This kale and mushroom stroganoff is a vegetarian spin on classic stroganoff. For extra comfort factor, it's served over crispy, roasted potatoes instead of egg noodles - although it's yummy over egg noodles too! It gets it's depth of flavor using a combination of fresh cremini mushrooms and dried mushrooms for a rich and flavorful sauce that gets soaked up by the potatoes. 

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My Number One Tip For Eating Less Sugar: Bake Cookies

My Number One Tip For Eating Less Sugar: Bake Cookies

Trying to cut back on sweets? My number one treat to eat less sugar is to bake cookies! Sounds counterintuitive, but trying to cut out sweets just leads to eating more. Instead, learn to make sweets a normal and enjoyable part of your life so you can discover what moderation looks like for you. 

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Harvest Salad with Crispy Cornmeal Chicken, Apples and Gorgonzola

Harvest Salad with Crispy Cornmeal Chicken, Apples and Gorgonzola

A salad you'll actually want to eat! Make this harvest salad with crispy cornmeal chicken, packed with tons of yummy seasonal produce, like watermelon radish and apples with pecans and an easy lemon-mustard dressing. 

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The Power of Self-Compassion

The Power of Self-Compassion

Beating yourself up what or how much you ate? Isn't it odd how we are so much harder on ourselves than we are on others? Rather than motivating change, being hard on yourself creates feelings of shame that keep you trapped in the same cycle of behaviors. Read this post to learn about the power of self compassion. 

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San Francisco and Sonoma California for Thanksgiving

San Francisco and Sonoma California for Thanksgiving

This year, we took a break from hosting duties and flew out to San Francisco and Sonoma to visit family! Sharing a recap on the blog of where to eat and drink, plus a couple gorgeous outdoors spots to visit. Also, get a sneak peek of our potluck Thanksgiving celebration. 

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Vietnamese Tofu Lettuce Wraps

Vietnamese Tofu Lettuce Wraps

My favorite recipes are ones that are packed with tons of different flavors and textures, and don't take too long to cook! These Vietnamese tofu lettuce wraps meet all those criteria! Tofu gets stir fried with garlic, ginger, peanuts, fish sauce and lime juice and tons of fresh herbs, then served in a fresh, crispy lettuce wraps with rice noodles and dipping sauce! 

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Five Exercises to Promote Body Confidence

Five Exercises to Promote Body Confidence

Every day we're exposed to dozens of messages telling us we're more valuable if we're in a smaller body. Of course, this isn't true, but it means that it takes active work to build body image. Read this post to learn five exercises to boost body confidence, because you can't take good care of something you hate. 

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PCOS and Intuitive Eating: Part 2

PCOS and Intuitive Eating: Part 2

Diagnosed with PCOS? Despite what the internet tells you, low carb diets and losing weight isn't the answer. In PCOS and Intuitive eating part 2, learn about specific, non-diet lifestyle approaches for managing your PCOS that are actually realistic and sustainable, and don't all have to do with food. 

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Lentil Pasta with Roasted Fingerlings, Baby Kale and Crispy Garlic

Lentil Pasta with Roasted Fingerlings, Baby Kale and Crispy Garlic

Make this vegetarian lentil pasta with roasted fingerlings, kale and crispy garlic! It's packed with flavor despite the simple ingredients list from crispy fried garlic chips, caramelized onion and plenty of fruity, peppery olive oil! Using lentil pasta means it's also packed with protein for a balanced meal. 

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