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A Guilt-Free Morning Glory Muffin Recipe Featured Food 

A Guilt-Free Morning Glory Muffin Recipe

(Foodista) – The 70s was a time known for hippie foods like GORP (the original trail mix known in its long form as Good Ole Raisin Peanuts), homemade yogurt, and sprouts grown in kitchen windows. My mom embraced the era wholeheartedly. Our family ate French-style yogurt fermented in little electric pots, avocado and sprout sandwiches made on thick slices of seedy homemade bread, and hearty soups like creamy broccoli and cauliflower, which was a common breakfast served alongside open-faced grilled cheese sandwiches sprinkled with garlic salt. Our pockets always contained baggies of GORP to sustain us on long days of Read More

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Dragon Fruit Powered Mermaid Smoothie! Food 

Dragon Fruit Powered Mermaid Smoothie!

World (GREED) – We eat (and drink!) with our eyes, so it’s no wonder a hot pink smoothie adorned with a “mermaid” garnish would appeal to my 6-year-old daughter. This delicious and nutritious smoothie is the creation of Jessica Rosen, a certified holistic health coach and co-founder of Raw Generation. Thanks to the dragon fruit (a brightly colored fruit from Asia), mango and banana, it’s packed with antioxidants that help boost the immune system and beautify the skin. The coconut oil that is also added helps to improve energy, cognitive function, plus a bevy of other nutritional benefits, while Read More

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One-Skillet S’Mores Cookie Cake Recipe Food 

One-Skillet S’Mores Cookie Cake Recipe

(Foodista) – No camping trip is complete without an ooey gooey s’more or two. I love this Dutch oven-baked twist on the classic make-your-own version. Crushed graham crackers are combined with one package of sugar cookie mix, butter, and egg, then baked over a camping stove or fire in a Dutch oven. To finish, chocolate chips and mini marshmallows are melted on top then topped with more crushed graham crackers. Who wouldn’t love a slice of this?! This decadent recipe is from our feature of The Outdoor Adventure Cookbook by Coleman. Get 3 more delicious campfire recipes here, like Canadian Read More

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3 Simple Sweet Treats to Serve Mom This Mother’s Day Food 

3 Simple Sweet Treats to Serve Mom This Mother’s Day

(Foodista) – I read recently that only 4% of mothers want breakfast in bed and preferred instead to go out for brunch. I must be in the 4% as the last thing I want is to be in a frenetically busy restaurant on what should be a day of peaceful pampering. My idea of Mother’s Day is lounging quietly with a nice cup of tea, reading my Kindle and stack of magazines, and noshing on something simple and delightful. I don’t often splurge on sweet things, but Mother’s Day is the no-diet exception. Below are three sweet treats from Bonne Read More

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4 Fresh and Easy Margarita Recipes for Cinco de Mayo Featured Food 

4 Fresh and Easy Margarita Recipes for Cinco de Mayo

(Foodista) – Did you know the original margarita recipe dates back to 1948? It was created by Dallas socialite Margarita Sames who combined 3 ingredients – Cointreau, blanco tequila, and fresh lime juice – into a cocktail she served at a soirée in Acapulco, Mexico. The ubiquitous blended or on-the-rocks cocktail has seen many iterations, but nothing quite beats the delicious simplicity of a classic margarita. This Cinco de Mayo, channel your inner entertaining socialite and whip up some Original Margaritas, but also try some of these unique twists on the classic margarita recipe, all of which start with Cointreau, Read More

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