One of the best things about the winter season is how great it is to enjoy hot dishes on a regular basis. Colder temps can make it difficult to step outside and stock up on vitamin D. Luckily, mother nature has our back with mushrooms that naturally contain vitamin D. Not to mention, calcium is required for the absorption of vitamin D. Click on the link below for this recipe and other seasonal favorites to improve your health.
Fig Apricot Cake
We all know the horrors of fruit cake. But what if there is a way for it to taste good? Impossible you say, or is it? There is only one way for you to find out. This recipe is the first fruit cake recipe that has ever made me rethink the way I saw fruit cake. While this cake is denser than a normal cake it has tons of citrus to help break up all the richness that comes with a normal fruit cake. Click on the link below for this recipe and more.
Detox Lemon Smoothie
The holiday season comes with rich foods. One of the best ways to balance things out is to add a little citrus to cut through all of that richness. Lemons are great for detoxing your body and supporting your overall health. Click on the link below for this and more seasonal recipes.
Maple Cranberry Cake
I love the fall and winter months, they are great for baking foods that feed more than just the body. If you are looking for some recipes that help to feed the mind, body, and soul you are in luck. Click on the link below for this recipe and more seasonal recipes.
Lemon Yogurt Breakfast Cake
Are you looking for something light and refreshing that can be made ahead of time? Let’s face it, the holidays can be stressful and we could all use some help to save time while also eating healthier. Click on the link below for the full recipe and other seasonal recipes.