We thought it would be fun to dive into 3 of the best ways to bake from our friends at BrainMD! Enjoy these simple tips as you make your favorite summertime treats.
Baking can be a great way to provide delicious foods for your friends and family.
It also can be an altruistic expression. Whether making cookies for a bake sale or taking some baked goods over to a new neighbor, baking can be a great way to show others how much you care.
Whatever the reason or occasion, many people derive satisfaction from baking, especially when it’s for the ones they love. It’s common to experience positive feelings when baking. In the end, many people bake simply because they enjoy it.
Indeed, there’s a whole host of benefits to consider since baking can…
– 2 dozen free-range chicken wings (or mini drum sticks)
– 2 tablespoons ghee or coconut oil
– 1 teaspoon onion powder
– 1 teaspoon garlic powder
– 1-2 teaspoons ancho or chipotle Chile powder (less for most kids)
– 2 tablespoons smoked paprika
– optional- 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
– optional- 1/2-1 teaspoon sea salt
– optional- 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
Sauce Options: Try serving chicken wings with zesty aioli sauce, or homemade ranch dressing
1. Preheat oven to 375°F.
2. Blend spices together in small mixing bowl.
3. Place chicken wings in large mixing bowl and toss with spice blend. Be sure to cover all pieces with a light coat of the spice blend.
4. Place chicken in baking dish and bake for approximately 30 minutes.
5. Serve hot.
1. Bring a pot of water to a boil and cook the beets until tender when pricked with a fork, about 15...
1 cup of mango chunks
1 sliced banana
3 pcs strawberries
1/2 cup of coconut milk
Food is fuel but there are times you may find yourself having your own personal energy crisis, and this often occurs in those mid-day moments.
Having a great selection of delicious snacks on hand as well as optimizing your ratio of slow burning carbs to healthy protein and fat is key to keeping your energy peaked!
Instead of getting a 3 p.m. sugar rush with nutritionally empty snacks, look to fuel instead with foods that provide a steady flow of energy without the sugar high that is quickly followed by the evitable crash.
Load up on these foods that give you energy, and you’ll find yourself recharged - even in the midst of a high stress day!
4 Go-To Foods that Give You Energy
1. An apple with your favorite butter
A medium apple has about 25 grams of carbohydrates and four grams of fiber. The latter stabilizes the effect of all those carbs on blood glucose levels, which means digestion happens at a steady rate. And combining that with a little protein and fat from...
If you want dinner in minutes, here's an easy dish to serve. In her blog, Chef Sally Cameron tells us that scallops cook quickly and can be served with many different sauces for a variety of flavor options. With a simple technique and the right pan, seared scallops are ready in minutes. And for this dish you can opt out of the wine and choose a light broth or just plain water. Check out the recipe here!
At RISE we focus on keeping wellness simple, and when it comes to food we know it’s essential to have a few strategies that work for your taste buds and your budget.
So imagine this scenario: you open a fully stocked fridge brimming with delicious and fresh, high-quality foods that are chocked-full of the nutrients you need. And the best part is that it was super affordable and you have cash to spare.
While organic superfoods may cost more than your weekly food budget allows, you can still load up on the good stuff at an affordable price having a few tips in mind. Eating healthy doesn’t necessarily require expensive ingredients and your recipes don’t need to be overly complex.
If you’re ready to add high-quality ingredients to your diet without breaking the bank, follow these four easy tips...
#1 Keep Your Kitchen Stocked
It makes cooking so much easier if you stock up on canned and dry goods, like tomato puree, tuna, chickpeas, kidney beans, rice,...