Red Cabbage Slaw {Recipe}

We eat with our eyes just as much as our mouth, which is why it’s so important to make dishes that are visually appealing in addition to tasting good. For all your weekend barbecues and gatherings this time of year, take a traditional dish and make it more nutritious, delicious, and pretty to look at with this recipe for Red…

Menu Plan Monday: Week of July 7, 2014

Hope everyone had a fabulous holiday weekend! Other than rain on the 4th itself, we had beautiful weather and lots of time outside with good friends and good food! With temperatures in the 90s this week, we’re keeping our Nutritioulicious meals a little bit on the lighter side this week (well, not Thursday, but I had a special request for…

Menu Plan Monday: Week of June 30, 2014

Hope everyone had a great weekend! Summer is definitely here in our house: we’ve been grilling and enjoying lots of seasonal fruit and veggies. I can’t believe the end of this week is already July 4th! The summer always goes by so fast! If you have plans to grill this holiday weekend, check out some of my Nutritioulicious summer recipes and…

AquaTally Hydration Cup {Product Review}

Disclosure: AquaTally provided me with a sample of the cup for review. All opinions are my own and I was not compensated for this post.  With temperatures rising as we start the summer, it’s extra important to stay hydrated. Surely you’ve heard the recommendation to drink 8 cups of water a day, which is the equivalent of 64 ounces. This…

Menu Plan Monday: Week of June 23, 2014

Apologies for my absence – it’s been a while since I posted my Menu Plan Monday. The last couple of weeks of May were hectic and then I was in Spain for a week, but now I’m back in the swing of things and ready to get cooking again. This week we’ll be having some of our family favorites (fish…

Edible Flower Recipes {Recipe ReDux}

Floral Flavors “Nothing brightens up a dish like a real flower! Whether you live in the northern or the southern hemisphere, edible flowers can add flavor and aroma to salads, breads, spreads, desserts or dips. Make your recipe bloom with rose water, flowering herbs, floral teas, dried lavender blossoms or even fresh flowers like nasturtiums, violets, borage, squash, sunflowers or…

Are You Sugar Savvy? {Book Review}

I’m a nutrition consultant for various food and beverage companies, but my opinions are my own.  Media is abuzz with talk about sugar. After all, sugar is toxic, right?! The newly released movie “Fed Up” has consumers shocked and scared into thinking this is the truth, and now there’s a new diet book saying the same thing: Sugar Savvy: The 6-Week Solution to…