Slow Cooker Vegetarian Barbecue Stuffed Peppers

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Slow Cooker Vegetarian Barbecue Stuffed Peppers may just be our new favorite way to make stuffed peppers.Made in the slow cooker, these peppers are tender, hearty, and packed with flavor. Stuffed peppers are one of our favorite meatless dishes but lately I looking to mix up my traditional recipe using Italian flavors and spaghetti sauce. Since my family loves barbecue sauce, I thought it would be yummy to swap out the tomato sauce for barbecue sauce [...]

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Vegetarian Shepherd’s Pie

Today we are giving a big huge virtual hug to my favorite whole wheat pasta makers at DeLallo for sponsoring this post. Pasta, pasta, and more pasta! Once upon a time, I had this idea to make an Alfredo sauce out of cauliflower. Remember that? Throwbaaack. I loved it, you loved it, we all loved it together. It was 2012 and life was good. In the years since that recipe came to life, it’s been so nice to have a healthier alternative to traditional cream-and-butter [...]

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Sugar Free January + An Insanely Awesome Giveaway

Just because I think it’s funny, today I’m showing you the evolution of one of my recent food photos. It’s for the eCookbook I’m writing and it’s delicious and healthy and it’s made in the crockpot and OH YEAH BABY. Which reminds me, if you wanna know what’s the dealio with the eCookbook and see some behind the scenes… join the Pinch of Yum VIP Team on Facebook! It’s really fun because, well, you guys have all been awesome. [...]

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Sugar Free January Q&A

Making lemonade in a blender has truly revolutionized my summer. Eh, I’m not much of a lemonade drinker, said the old me. But the concept of making lemonade, fresh, fast, sweet and almost creamy-like (thank you sweetened condensed milk) has made me into something of a new summer person. This blender lemonade takes, oh, let me see, three seconds? And requires four ingredients: lemons, sugar, water, and sweetened condensed milk. And it’s definitely tart and refreshing, but is still [...]

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MND – Solving the Mysteries of Life, or at least the local Turkish Restaurant

Signs that you need to reevaluate your life choices – you realize you’re buying your cat cans of lamb & rice cat food because you’re really craving lamb chops. On the plus side, the cat seems to enjoy the lamb & rice dish. On the other hand, it’s not doing much to quell my craving for lamb. My usual solution to a craving for lamb is to take myself off to our local Turkish restaurant which offers a plethora of [...]

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mistakes to avoid when baking holiday cookies

7 Mistakes to Avoid When Baking Holiday Cookies

My fondest Christmas memories involve spending an entire day during the holiday season each year making my mother’s famous Christmas cut-out cookies. This was a ritual in our family, and the one year Mom suggested she had far too much on her plate to “do those cookies this year,” all hell broke loose. The kids ended up convincing her to see it our way. It’s safe to say (other than that one close call), we never missed a Christmas [...]

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The Good And Bad News About Coffee And Your Health

Health research on coffee swings back and forth between good and bad news more frequently than almost any other topic. When you hear about one study claiming health benefits while another harps on a list of negatives, it’s easy to get jaded and stop paying attention. To bring some focus, here’s a summary of both good and bad findings from a selection of coffee studies, with some perspective about why these findings are worth the time. The good news: Coffee [...]

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