Chaffles are a low-carb spin on a breakfast classic.
What's the comfort food to end all comfort foods? Cheesy potatoes, of course. Whether you're looking to indulge at breakfast (you know you love a good breakfast casserole, but have you tried Mashed Potato Pancakes?), lunch (there's nothing like a classic Loaded Baked Potato), or dinner (this Creamy Cheddar-Potato Soup with Bacon is a real crowdpleaser, and this Jalapeño Popper Mashed Potato Bake is the ultimate side dish), we've got you covered with our collection of best cheesy potato recipes.
I don't know one person who doesn't love pasta. It's just delicious, but if you're eating low-carb, pasta has got to go. Or does it? There are actually plenty of low-carb pasta options, but one sneaky ingredient to watch out for? Sauce! Seriously, pick the wrong one, and it's a carbohydrate bomb that you never saw coming. If you want to be sure that your pasta sauce isn't the ingredient ruining your diet, pick one of these seven sauces. Related: Dinner Will Never Be the Same After You've Tried This Bestselling, Low-Carb Pasta
Cheese and carbs are my two love languages.
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Biscuits, sponge cakes, strawberries and whipped cream galore. Pick your strawberry shortcake spirit animal.
I want to lose weight but am confused about how to eat. Should I track macros or are calories king for fat loss?
The most important factor for fat loss is being in an energy deficit, and keeping your protein high can help, but you don't necessarily have to track.
“I now have complete control over my health and happiness.”
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Too much zucchini? We've got you covered.Originally Appeared on Bon Appétit
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Flag cakes, layer cakes, cupcakes, pies and more desserts that'll make you think about the stars and stripes.
Protein for days. From Delish
Fruity s’mores? Yes, please!From Prevention
- Women's Health
"Even if you put a giant plate of it in front of me, I am zero percent interested."
Spending more time at home can shift your eating schedule so that breakfast is later in the day, but it still may be too early for lunch - so you have brunch! When you're not in a rush, you can create these decadent yet nourishing recipes, like protein-packed pancakes, vegan French toast, baked cinnamon oatmeal, and sweet fruity muffins. Taking some time for you in the morning or spending it with loved ones can put you in a positive mood and give you energy for a productive, awesome day. Related: Try These Overnight Oats Recipes - All Under 400 Calories
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Pick up some ice cream (vanilla, chocolate and whatever else you like), ice cream sandwiches and sauces, and you're ready to assemble.
Stop worrying about bread, nutritionists say — the toppings you put on your carbs are more likely to influence your weight
According to nutritionists bread can be a healthy part of your diet even if you're trying to lose weight if you pay attention to high-calorie toppings
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Forget the fireworks. The real show is what you can make with your bar cart. From Marie Claire
- Men's Health
How the pro golfer maintains all that muscle.
Whether you’re strictly vegan or an adventurous carnivore, plant-based meatballs don’t have to be boring. In fact, they can be pretty darn amazing. Here to prove it: The 20 best vegan meatball recipes that...
Founders Phyllicia Bonanno and Tie Simpson believe women of all backgrounds should feel welcome in yoga—and they're on a mission to make that a reality.
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Why You Might Be Feeling Socially Anxious Coming Out of Quarantine.In the beginning of the pandemic, one of the few things people couldcontrol was sheltering in place.Now, there are ways you can enter society safely, but you might still experience anxiety and hypervigilance. That's your brain trying to safeguard you from the virus.It might take some time to feel comfortable with going out, and that's ok. These strategies can help:.Check in what you can and cannot control. For example, you can't control what others do, but you can control the steps you take to protect yourself.Ease yourself back into things. You can start to socialize without immersing yourself in crowds, just set boundaries around what makes you feel safe.Reassure yourself by taking all the proper precautions. Wear a mask, maintain social distancing, and wash your hands frequently.Try to limit your media intake about the pandemic to only sources you trust, and avoid talking about the coronavirus with friends or coworkers. .Challenge your thoughts. Identify your fears about social engagement, challenge their validity, then work on dismantling any fears that may be irrational.Build a new routine with a new schedule that you stick to. This can promote a sense of control. .Self-educate and discern between the facts and your feelings. Research on how to safely socially distance.Get help in the form of a therapist, psychiatrist, or a trusted loved one if your anxiety feels unmanageable
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