Skinny Chef Blog

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16 Tricky Tips to Cut Back on Waste

Are you losing valuable cash just in grocery waste alone? Here are 16 tips that will help you enjoy your food to the fullest, cut out waste, and pinch a few pennies in the process!

How to Energize Your New Year

When fatigue sets in from the holiday frenzy, your body and your mind can feel really depleted. But a more energized body could just be a matter of a little RX to recharge without going to extremes. Follow these easy and tasty tips to tweak your way to a more energized you in the New Year.

10 Top Healthy New Year’s Tips

Start the New Year out right with simple resolutions that you can actually keep!
Holiday eating, constant parties, and the stress of playing “Santa” can throw your system out of whack.

15 New Year’s Resolutions That Are Easy To Keep

How many times have you set a New Year’s resolution for yourself only to find that come March, you’re back to your old habits wondering how you got off track?

Christmas Eve Mexican Feast

If you’re looking for something new this Christmas holiday, plan a feisty Mexican feast to spoil your loved ones with something tasty and spicy. Homemade Mexican food is not only satisfying but it uses some of the healthiest ingredients around like pomegranate, hot chilies, nuts and seeds. Pomegranate Pomegranate is a top superfood since it […]

Holiday Baking Recipe Tips

Whole wheat baking can be easy if you know the ins and outs of how to handle whole wheat flour. 100% whole wheat flour is a whole grain product that is made from the entire seed or kernel of a plant. Grains have three parts, the endosperm which contains starch and protein, the bran – […]

Jump Start The Holidays

Part of the excitement of the holiday season is all the glitter and trimmings that go along with it. Getting into the holiday mood a little early isn’t only fun, but can be the remedy for stress that comes during the shopping rush. Stocking your pantries and even your closets like my granny used to […]

Healing Herbs for the Holidays

The holidays should be a time for relaxation as well as reconnecting with friends and family. Make your holiday more cheerful by instituting some healing rituals into your schedule that both sooth and celebrate the season. Take five minutes, or more, a day to treat yourself and your family to these self care activities to […]