I’m writing this post to inform you, my community of devoted readers, that 15 years after co-founding Meal Makeover Moms I am moving on. This decision was difficult, but as someone once said, “every experience is an opportunity to learn and grow,” and I have made the decision to embark on a new journey.
Cooking is my first love (besides my family, friends, and dog!), and I particularly love welcoming people into my kitchen to cook with me. I will continue creating and sharing recipes, but through a different avenue. My next adventure is with JaniceCooks.com.
Cheesy Broccoli-Stuffed Spaghetti Squash Bowls are a modern makeover of twice-baked potatoes. Each roasted squash half gets stuffed with a mixture of shredded cheese, steamed broccoli florets, and basil pesto. Dinner done! Easy. Family Pleasing. Vegetarian. Gluten Free. Spaghetti squash is my go-to winter squash because it cooks up quickly, and it’s super versatile. My [more]
Classic macaroni and cheese from a box gets an adventurous and healthy makeover with whole wheat elbow pasta, convenient frozen spinach, a low-fat cheese sauce, and marinated artichoke hearts. The secret is in the sauce. My low-fat cheese sauce starts with a roux made with extra virgin olive oil instead of butter, 1% low-fat milk [more]
January is National Soup Month. The fact that Soup Month takes place during the chilly month of January is no surprise, but you may be surprised by this healthy roundup of soup recipes made easily in the slow cooker. No fuss, no muss! From Barley Bean Soup and Smoky Chili with Sweet Potatoes to Chicken Ramen [more]
It’s a new year, which means there are plenty of resolutions being tossed around. From exercising more to eating more fruits and veggies, what’s your goal for 2017? On this week’s Cooking with the Moms podcast, we checked in with Amy Roskelley, founder of Super Healthy Kids, for her top 5 ways to achieve success [more]
From coleslaw and kimchi to this Thai “Bland” Soup and salads, cabbage is a versatile vegetable that adds crunch, flavor, and good nutrition. Cabbage is a good source of fiber, folate, and vitamin C, and it contains antioxidants that promote good health. Guest Post: Hi, I’m Ben, a senior in nutrition from Boston University. A [more]
These vegetarian 3-Seed Lentil Cakes are packed with great nutrition, plus they are gluten free. Like mini meat loafs you can top them with a bit of tomato sauce and serve with a side salad, coleslaw, vegetable and/or rice! We have been participating in The Recipe Redux healthy blogger challenge for several years now, and this [more]
The hectic holiday season just got a whole lot healthier thanks to these 10 grab-and-go, nutrient-packed snacks. Our 10 good-for-your-family ideas feature our favorite new Chobani yogurt drink, lots of fruits and veggies, nuts, and muffins and bars made with whole grains. All provide the protein, fiber, and health-enhancing nutrients that we all need when we’re [more]
Over the years, we’ve made more batches of pancakes than we can remember. From pumpkin to blueberry to apple, fluffy pancakes are always greeted with a smile in our households. Now, thanks to these moist and mouthwatering Barely Banana Protein Pancakes (with 4 Little Ingredients), we have a new recipe to add to the mix. [more]