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chia oatmeal cups muffins
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Berry Baked Chia Oatmeal Cups Recipe

On hectic weekday mornings, I can hardly remember to make a cup of coffee, let alone try to throw breakfast together. I usually make an egg bake or egg muffins to get us through the week. But lately I’ve been craving a little something different. Enter my latest savior…easy and healthy berry baked chia oatmeal cups. These cups are filling and hearty and can be…

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couscous tabouli recipe with feta
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Quick and Delicious Couscous Tabouli Recipe

When spring rolls around, we have a few staples that come out of the recipe box. One of those is tabouli. We love the flavor, the texture, and how many different ways it can be served. Traditionally, spelt Tabbouleh is a Levantine vegetarian salad made with chopped vegetables and soaked bulgur. I swapped out the bulgur years ago and made a couscous tabouli recipe simply…

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healthy turkey bolognese recipe
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Delicious and Healthy Turkey Bolognese Recipe

This year, one of my main focuses is to eat more at home and expand my culinary creativity. So far I’ve been sticking to it. For you, that means some great recipes are headed your way for LifeDoneWell like this delicious and healthy turkey bolognese recipe! Let’s begin with this simple yet flavorful take on American-style bolognese sauce. Ground turkey adds flavor without the harmful…

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the pizza at ca' momi osteria in napa
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A Chef’s Do’s and Don’ts for Making Pizza at Home

Pizza is an almost universally loved dish and has become an increasingly common item on menus everywhere. Since we are families of triathletes, we’re all too familiar with eating pizza. But, we’re not talking post-race pizza here. We’re talking restaurant style, yummy, gooey pizza topped with all our favorite ingredients. It’s just always been a bit difficult to replicate that taste when making pizza at…

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Roasted Veggies Over Spaghetti Squash Recipe

Many nights I find myself tight for time, as I’m sure you do, too. Even when I plan my very best dinner, sometimes things get forgotten. Then, I really am in a crunch for time. To make things easier for me, I often divide my meal preparation into prep time, Sherry WernickeSherry is one of the TriWivesClub’s founders. She is also a contributor at TravelingMom…

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What’s In A Triathlete’s Whole Food Freezer?

My freezer is a special place in our whole food life. It is used for several different purposes; from making the perfect dessert to preserving fruits and veggies at the peak of season. In the early fall, my extra freezer is jam packed, but when late winter comes, Sherry WernickeSherry is one of the TriWivesClub’s founders. She is also a contributor at TravelingMom & Challenge…

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Fueling Triathletes Is Easy And Healthy With Gravlax

Fueling triathletes with foods that are real and good for them and the family can be exhausting AND expensive. We have found one way to provide a food high in benefits and house-cured, thus keeping the cost down. The best thing is that this food will also be loved by the family and keeps well. That food you ask…Well, it’s Gravlax! Benefits of Gravlax Being…

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NuttZo BANANA BREAD

We are NuttZo fans for all the goodness it offers and all the options of NuttZo flavors you can choose from. Making sure we are fueled by real food that we have control over, though, is what we love the most…and the versatility. While we eat it plain, on scones, in smoothies, and I’ve even created muffins and protein truffle balls with it, I decided…

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THE PERFECT HOMEMADE MEATBALLS RECIPE

Are you craving traditional, old-fashioned meatballs and want to serve them with your carb loading meal before a race? Well, I have a homemade meatballs recipe that you only need one bowl to make, cuts the grease, and you most likely already have all the ingredients in the house. That’s why I call them perfect… I make a big batch and freeze the leftover meatballs…

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