Low Fat Blueberry Pecan Banana Bread

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Is it strange that I may or may not keep at least 8 frozen bananas in my freezer at a time. When I get below 4 bananas I start to panic and have to replenish my stash. I use frozen bananas for so many things. I actually just prefer to eat them that way....is that weird? I make banana "ice cream" with them, Frozen Yogurt Banana Pops, use them in smoothies like this one, and of course to make banana bread. My latest banana bread creation is this Low Fat Blueberry Pecan Banana Bread. This … [Continue reading...]

Berries and Feta Salad

Berries and Feta Salad

Do you have any recipes that continuously make an appearance on the table for certain holidays? For me, this Berries and Feta Salad is one of them. This salad usually makes it's debut at Easter or Mother's Day since berries are in season at that time. Since Easter is just around the corner I thought I would share this delicious salad with you. The salad itself is actually fairly simple, but the combination of flavors is what makes it so special. The salad is made up of a … [Continue reading...]

Berry Crisps for Two

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I love spring! Not just because of the warmer weather and the leaves returning to the trees, but also because berries start coming back into season. I of course love apples and citrus, but after a while I get a little tired of them. A girl can only bake so much with citrus, but with […]

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Strawberry Mango Salsa


Hi, my name is Danae and I’m a salsa addict. Yes it’s true, I have a real salsa problem. I put it on almost everything. Eggs, cottage cheese, salad, chicken, fish, mix it in with rice or pasta dishes, chips, and sometimes I just eat it by the spoonful. This Strawberry Mango Salsa was meant […]

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Lemon and Lavender Meringue Cookies


Have you ever baked using flowers or floral extracts? I never had until I took a cooking class at Sur la Table last summer. In that class we made profiteroles and filled them with lavender whipped cream. They were divine! I was skeptical at first because I had recently had some macarons that were rose […]

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Roasted Red Pepper Hummus

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I am a total dip, spread, and sauce loving girl! I had to be careful how I worded that, saying I’m a dip girl may not be the best choice of words. Anyways, I don’t know about you but I love the way dips, spreads, and sauces can enhance something as simple as a slice […]

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Strawberry Mango Lassi

Strawberry Mango Lassi

Let me take a minute and talk about running before I dive into how delicious this Strawberry Mango Lassi is. I feel like I’ve been neglecting talking about running lately. With the temperatures warming up I feel like I have more to share now. This was my first real winter experience with running. In Arizona […]

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Strawberry Meyer Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins


I love lemons! They are such a bright, happy, versatile fruit. You can use them in savory dishes, salads, dips, drinks, desserts, and breads. You can use the juice, the zest, or even the entire lemon! Lemons are available year round, but my favorite time to use them is in spring and summer. Since we […]

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Spaghetti Squash Greek Salad


Meet my one of my favorite pasta substitutes, spaghetti squash! Can I let you in on a little secret, I almost like spaghetti squash more than I like pasta, crazy I know. I think I really fell in love with spaghetti squash a couple years ago and started making all kinds of “pasta” dishes with […]

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Salmon Asparagus Frittata


Do you have any go to, easy to make meals that you find yourself making at least once a week? For me it’s frittatas. I love eggs, but I especially love adding things like vegetables, meats, and cheese to them which is exactly what you do with a frittata. I kind of consider it a […]

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