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Category Appetizers and Dips

Sunset Ritual. Unwind Time.

Share & lose 5lbs. 😛FacebookTwitterPinterestemail In my family, I started this ritual of always watching the sunset together.  Before marriage and before having kids, I always watched the sunset. It’s my very favorite time of the day. The light is golden, the air is warm and there is something calming about it.  It is peaceful.   My kids always get excited to have hors d’oeuvres and we sit and talk about our

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Sunset Cocktails & Baked Honey Brie Appetizer

Share & lose 5lbs. 😛FacebookTwitterPinterestemailI love appetizers and glass of chardonnay at sunset with the family.  This is a delicious and simple appetizer to serve with fruit and crackers. “I prefer Harvarti cheese Mommy” Kiana Jr. 6 years old. Ingredients 1 wheel Brie 3 Tbs. Organic Honey Pecans or Walnuts Dried Cranberries Multi grain crackers Optional: sliced apples, grapes Instructions Heat oven to 350. Line oven safe dish with foil.

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Fit Food: Body Builder Base

Here is one of my favorite recipes that I have been making ever since the bodybuilding & Kiana’s Flex Appeal days! Now I make it for my kids and they LOVE it! I make this every week and keep it in the refrigerator to add to lettuce wraps, in taco shells, in pita bread, put on pizza, or stuff bell peppers. It’s great for lunches and to put in air tight containers to enjoy with baked tortilla chips for lunch on the go.

Simple Fit Party Snacks

Having a party? Serve healthy snacks!

Recipe: Low Fat Fit Clam Dip

Low fat Clam Dip. I usually make dinner at sunset, my favorite time of the day. When I am making dinner, I always put out appetizers. This way, my kids and husband enjoy healthy veggies and pita chips while we talk and I cook.

Fit Mom Guac with a Secret Ingredient

My family and I love guacamole, but it can be very high in fat. Here is a wonderful way to increase the nutritional value and flavor, too! Enjoy!

Surprising Health Benefits of Chile Peppers and Red Fruit and Veggies

Capsaicin, the pungent alkaloid in jalapeños and other chile peppers that makes them hot, not only puckers the mouth and burns the tongue but also drives prostate cancer cells to kill themselves off, according to studies published in the March 15 issue of Cancer Research.

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