Nut Free Easter Nest Bites {No Bake}

My son's school is a nut free zone so when I make him snacks for school or provide party treats I have to be mindful of that. I made these Nut Free Easter Bites to make life a little easier (and cheaper) on us for bringing fun snacks to school and they would be great for any Easter-themed events. … [Read more...]

Almond Butter Balls

Have you ever tried your own variation of almond butter balls before? They're so easy to make and as an added bonus: they're no bake! Here's my almond butter ball recipe! … [Read more...]

Apple Cinnamon Yogurt Bowl and The Benefits of Fiber #sponsored

This conversation is sponsored by the Calorie Control Council. The Calorie Control Council provided compensation for me to create this recipe and discuss dietary fiber. The opinions and text are all mine. After a challenging summer, I'm starting over. My health habits have diminished and I'm building them back up from managing my caloric intake, upping protein and adding in more fiber. My downfall has been snacks and so I'm brushing up my knowledge and sharing with you a healthy snack idea: the … [Read more...]

Coconut Breakfast Balls

When it comes to eating breakfast, I'll be the first to admit I don't have the best habits. I tend to skip it because I'm either too tired or busy to cook anything up. I prefer to make something ahead of time that's easy to prepare and healthier, like this recipe for Coconut Breakfast Balls. … [Read more...]

Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Protein Shake

I don't drink cows milk, so I have been using milk alternatives such as almond and coconut milk for the past few years. Now there's a new milk on the block: Silk Creamy Cashew and it's the best one yet! … [Read more...]

Cherry Lemonade Muffins

  I'm sure you're all sick of hearing about my four cherry trees, but it's causing me to post some delicious recipes (like these Cherry Lemonade Muffins). I can get used to all this fresh fruit at my disposal. … [Read more...]

On A Quest With Quest Bars

Have you heard of Quest Bars yet? I'm sure many of you have seen them, they're all over social media networks. I'm constantly seeing them in my Instagram newsfeed, being shown off from inspirational individuals meeting their health and fitness goals. … [Read more...]

Garlic & Herb Feta Dip

I love dips, but the ones I usually make are full of fat, high in calories and provide no very little nutritional value. I recently found a feta dip on Pinterest that I liked, so I used it as a base and did a few things different to fit my tastes and lifestyle. … [Read more...]

Toddler Snack Idea: Hungry Mice

Finding a toddler snack idea that my son will actually eat, isn't always the easiest task. He's going to be two in the next few months and is already a picky eater. After browsing All You Need Is Cheese for another blogging project,  I found some great inspiration. … [Read more...]

Way Better Snacks

I'm always looking for better snacks, healthier snacks to replace my constant cravings for chocolate, ice cream and salt. I snack at night, it's something I have come to accept and try to make the best of the option. Lately I have been wanting a lot of salty snacks, I try to aim for popcorn and then I had a package of Way Better Snacks come to my door. … [Read more...]

Toddler Chia Pudding

Over the last couple of weeks I have been trying to find a creative way to serve my son healthy options for snacks and breakfasts. I recently made him Healthy Toddler Muffins and those were a hit. I have been hearing more and more about chia seeds lately and have been seeing all sorts of takes and recipes on chia pudding. When I make it for myself I tend to use unsweetened almond milk or coconut milk but since this is for my 14 month old, I wanted those brain boosting fats that are found in the … [Read more...]

Healthy Toddler Muffins

I'm fairly cautious when it comes to what I feed Carter. I have been trying my best to stay away from chemical laden and empty caloric snacks and to feed him whole, nutritious foods. I never thought that it would actually be a challenge.  I'm having a problem with food in general when it comes to my son. He will either refuse to eat it or only have a tiny amount and not be full. It's frustrating. When it comes to snacks: he won't let you feed him. He only wants to feed himself - but he can't … [Read more...]

Almond Cherry Bars

  We recently moved to Terrace. It's a small city near the coast in British Columbia and there is a lot to get used to. We recently purchased a house and when I went back for the inspection yesterday I noticed an odd tree that I have seen before in the sunny Okanagan. Then I realized that I have a cherry tree in my back yard. I don't eat cherries. I know nothing about them, so I took it as a sign when I received an email yesterday with a recipe to post on The Bewitchin' Kitchen for … [Read more...]

Food Should Taste Good | Resolution Gift Guide

This resolution gift guide is about eating a little more wholesome and healthy. It's one of my many resolutions (I cheat and have more then one).   CEO and founder Pete Lescoe created Food Should Taste Good, Inc in 2006 with the goal of making a unique new snack with great taste, healthy ingredients, and sophisticated flavor - the qualities he is most passionate about in food. Based in Needham Heights, Massachusetts, Food Should Taste Good, Inc is a small company and growing fast. With a … [Read more...]

Dr Lucy’s Cookies

When Dr. Lucy Gibney discovered her child had severe food allergies, she got down to some serious medical research—in the kitchen. What began as a mother’s tasty recipe for her child has today developed into a delicious alternative for people with or without special dietary considerations. … [Read more...]

New Moon Cookies

New Moon Kitchen got its’ start when founder Eden Hertzog was in high school and had a part-time job as a baker in a vegetarian cafÈ. She became a mad scientist and devoted herself to inventing dessert recipes that didn’t have butter, eggs, or milk in them. When school was finished, and Eden had a slew of amazing recipes under her belt, she spent her summer selling baked goods for fun to make enough money for take a trip to California. She named the company, “Eden’s Edibles” and Dad delivered … [Read more...]

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