Flourless Pumpkin Spice Peanut Butter Blossom Cookies
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by Emily Cooper
2M ago
These Flourless Pumpkin Spice Peanut Butter Blossom Cookies only require 6 ingredients to make & a perfect treat to celebrate the fall season with! These cookies use dark chocolate kisses, but you are free to use milk chocolate if preferred. Without using any flour, these are also gluten-free! These cookies were inspired by these four ingredient peanut butter blossoms but needed their place in the fall season. Before we cause any commotion, these peanut butter blossom cookies don't actually contain any pumpkin. Hence why they are called pumpkin spice, since they use pumpkin pie spice and ..read more
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Pumpkin Spice Latte Smoothie
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by Emily Cooper
3M ago
This Pumpkin Spice Latte Smoothie is full of fall flavor, and perfect for a quick and easy breakfast or midday snack. Pumpkin is like the Mariah Carey Christmas song of fall. You either love it, fully embrace all it has to offer, or loathe it entirely. Most of the time, I am disappointed with new pumpkin flavored things, but I still show up. This smoothie is my favorite when I've finally accepted that summer is ending, but it is still 80 degrees outside. Instead of sweating an awful lip sweat in my blanket scarf and hot pumpkin latte, I opt for this pumpkin spice latte smoothie, while curled ..read more
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Pumpkin Pie Greek Yogurt Bowl
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by Emily Cooper
4M ago
This Pumpkin Pie Greek Yogurt Bowl is full of fall flavor, and topped with crushed graham crackers, chopped pecans, and extra cinnamon. A high protein breakfast for pumpkin pie lovers! That moment when you are ready for fall, sweaters, falling leaves, and all the pumpkin...but it's still 84 degrees outside. THIS pumpkin pie greek yogurt bowl is the answer you've been looking for. All the fall flavor, no oven required, and can be enjoyed no matter what the weather outside is. As much as I love fall, (I am an October bébé after all) I try to make the most of the summer season before turning ove ..read more
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Creamy Garlic Hummus Pasta Salad
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by Emily Cooper
6M ago
This Creamy Garlic Hummus Pasta Salad is loaded with fresh veggies, and a garlicky hummus dressing. Can easily be made gluten-free or vegan-friendly! You can swap out the vegetables used in this recipe with those that are in season, to your preference, or with what you have on hand. Some additional ingredients I like to add in if I have them on hand is crumbled feta cheese or chunks of mild cheddar, green peas, quartered artichoke hearts, or even sliced hard-boiled eggs. Summer to me isn't quite complete without a proper cookout. Burgers and dogs. Slices of juicy watermelon. Baked beans. And ..read more
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Simple Spinach Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette
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by Emily Cooper
6M ago
This quick and easy simple spinach salad recipe takes minutes to make, and is made with baby spinach, thinly sliced red onion and cucumber, chopped walnuts, grated parmesan cheese, and a tangy lemon vinaigrette. I love pulling this salad together to go with most any meal, but there is something about its simplicity and flavor that pairs well with summer. Anything that is bright, fresh, and quick to pull together is a win for a summertime dish. Listen, I'm a salad gal, so anytime is a good time for a loaded up salad. But summer and salad just YES. A little pop of freshness goes a long way with ..read more
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Simple Honey Lemon Vinaigrette Dressing
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by Emily Cooper
8M ago
This simple honey lemon vinaigrette dressing takes a few minutes and ingredients to pull together. A light and bright way to jazz up a salad! Once salad season hits, it calls for all things light, bright, and refreshing, all of which you can find right here in this honey lemon vinaigrette! It can easily be doubled to make an extra batch for the week, and is also great on grilled or roasted vegetables, or a quick marinade for chicken or tofu. I am notoriously B.A.D at making my own dressing. Let me just be real about that for a minute. Equally as bad at remembering to buy dressing while I'm at ..read more
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Mayo-Free Dill Pickle Coleslaw
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by Emily Cooper
8M ago
This dill pickle coleslaw is a quick and easy summer side dish that any pickle lover will love. Perfect for cookouts or BBQs! If you’ve known me half a second, you’ll know that us Sinful Nutritioners like to stick to the four main food groups – Peanuts, peanut butter, salads, and PICKLES. Generally, not all at once, but most definitely on a daily basis. And this is what brought us here, finding any which way to add one of the food groups to all things possible. What makes this pickle slaw delicious and healthy dill pickle juice olive oil dried dill garlic powder salt Dijon mustard shredded ..read more
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Carrot Cake Overnight Oats
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by Emily Cooper
1y ago
These carrot cake overnight oats are quick and easy to make, and a healthier way to enjoy cake for breakfast! It may be the dietitian in me, but I LOVE carrot cake. I’ve grown to love a balance of flavors and textures in almost everything I eat. Sweet and salty. Soft and crunchy. Hot and cold. Carrot cake hits hard in that department, with the crunch of the carrots and pecans, and the balance of tangy and sweet with the cream cheese icing. So I’m channeling spring a little early, and bringing my obsession with carrot cake to the breakfast world. You’re welcome. What makes these carrot cake ..read more
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Buffalo Chicken Stuffed Peppers
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by Emily Cooper
1y ago
Buffalo Chicken Stuffed Peppers — An easy and gluten-free dinner recipe that’s perfect for football season. Takes just a few simple ingredients to make & comes together in less than an hour! This recipe was originally published in 2017, but has since been updated. If you’re a buffalo chicken aficionado like me, you’ve come to the right place. I will find any and all the reasons to add buffalo chicken to the menu, especially in forms that are ready to go as soon as you pull it from the oven. Enter: stuffed peppers. What makes these buffalo chicken stuffed peppers delicious & healthy ..read more
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Vegetarian Sweet Potato Peanut Stew
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by Emily Cooper
1y ago
This Vegetarian Sweet Potato Peanut Stew recipe is full of veggies, peanut butter, and edamame to make a hearty and satisfying soup that is both vegan-friendly and gluten-free! This recipe was originally published in 2013, but has since been updated. If you couldn’t take a guess why I love this stew, I’ll give you a hint & tell you it has two of my favorite ingredients in it. Carrots & Peanut butter. Need I say more? The origins of peanut stew are often traced back to West Africa, and is often made with the addition of chicken, fresh ginger, and cabbage, so this version is a little di ..read more
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