The fall season is full of fun holidays where food is certainly the focal point! Candy corns, chocolate treats and caramel apple for Halloween can be tempting treats.
But Halloween doesn’t have to be scary when it comes to health when you enjoy treats in moderation and make them yourself.
Try these simple cookies in place of processed candies, and mix and match cocoa bats, pumpkin-shaped cookies , and hazy ginger moons for a frightfully fun cookie tray. Make the cookie dough ahead and cut out shapes and bake for a mess-free cookie party where you can serve spiced wine or Mexican style spiced hot cocoa.
For more recipes and updates, check out my posts from last month below. For a complete listing, check out the September 2010 blog archive.
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- Upcoming Teleseminar: “This Holiday Season, Indulge Without Weight Gain”
Who Else Wants To Lose Weight By Eating Great Tasting Foods? That’s right, good health springs from your very own kitchen – and with the holiday season approaching fast, I want to show you how you can enjoy fabulous dishes without putting on the pounds. I have been invited to conduct a training class at a speaking platform like no other and wanted to invite you to listen. The class – “This Holiday Season, Indulge Without Weight Gain” – will be held on 10/26/2010 at 9:00 PM (EST New York Time). To learn more and sign up for this FREE class, click here.
- Food Courting: New Series on LiveStrong.com
I am delighted to announce a brandnew series, “Food Courting”, that’s starting to air on LiveStrong.com over the next few months. In each episode, I’ll show you how you can enjoy all your favorite food court meals the healthy way. The first episode just posted, and has already been watched by more than 17000 people…
- Major Site Redesign Coming Soon
Over the last few months, our team has worked on a site redesign that includes a brandnew video series and much greater integration with Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms. Stay tuned for its release over the next few weeks. We have also introduced our new mailing list software over the last 18 months – so once the new site launches, we’re going to ask our original subscribers to make the switch to the new system. If that includes you, you will receive a separate email that explains how to make the switch.
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