Today’s recipes and guest blog comes from our good friend Alicia (an admitted gluton who likes sweets and healthy food) at cheekynibbles.com. Later next week we’ll try and make some of these yummy healthy recipes, and we’ll let you know how it goes. From what we can see, these look pretty easy and quick, too. Oh, and by the way we asked Alicia for one recipe and she gave us seven – another sign of her indulgent nature. Can’t wait! –Captain Chas
From time to time when I manage to hold back from stuffing my face with rich, luscious foods, I realize that eating well doesn’t have to be arduous. I debate about this delicate balance all the time. Having been converted about 3 years ago, I have since educated myself and nourished my body in ways I can’t deny. You don’t have to be super ambitious or a Super Chef to eat balanced meals. What’s necessary is a little planning, basic nutrition knowledge and a bit of ingenuity. You want to make what’s often bland or otherwise “clean”, healthful foods into yummy concoctions for your taste buds, bones and muscles.
Trust me it can be done!