Avoid holiday weight gain this year by following these simple tips. There’s no need to stress through the holiday season. Follow these simple tips, enjoy time with your family and friends, eat good food in moderation and do some sort of exercise everyday and you’ll beat the Holiday Weight Gain for sure!
These are a few of my favorite things…. Sweet Potato Fries Peel, slice or cube and drizzle with a little olive oil, s/p and cinnamon. Roast in the oven on 400 degrees for about 30 minutes. They are honestly the crème de la crème, one in a million, the tops, da bomb, the bee’s knees, the cat’s meow, supernatural gift sent from […]
Quinoa Goes Greek Hey The-More-I-Runners! I’m Sylvia from Frolic Through Life and I am super excited to be guest posting for Samantha while she is out of town! I wanted to share a recipe that uses one of my favorite foods – QUINOA! I’m sure you’ve all heard about the health benefits of this little […]
It’s recipe week here on The More I Run and I’m excited to have another healthy and quick treat to share with you! Hummus is such a versatile staple that I keep in my fridge most of the time. It’s great to use in lieu of mayo on sandwiches, but also just as a simple […]
Let me preface by saying I love oatmeal, granola and/or any kind of peanut butter type bar. One might say I’m addicted to them. I eat them for a quick breakfast along side a banana or apple or simply enjoy one as a pre or post run snack. There are also many good ones to […]
As I was reading one of my favorite blogs recently, I read where she is committing to a 7-day green smoothie challenge and charged other bloggers to do the same. Because I love green smoothies, I thought why not, I’ll give it a try, too, but only for 5 days—I need short term, okay?! I […]
Cooking French Toast with Bananas this morning will be the extent of any work I plan on doing today. Today=a lazy day and I’m looking forward to it! The great thing about this French Toast is that it’s not hard work at all; it’s super easy to whip up for your perfect Saturday morning family breakfast.
When I make vegetable soup it’s a hodgepodge of leftovers, pantry and freezer items. It’s relatively quick to make and pretty simple just to throw things together in one pot, let the flavors marry and get all acquainted for an hour or so and serve. It’s that easy and delicious.