Archive for October, 2016

How to Make Overnight Oats 6 Ways

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When it comes to a healthy breakfast, oatmeal is a top-notch choice. Not thrilled about the cooking part? Meet overnight oats. Filled with good-for-you ingredients and easily adapted to delight everyone from your picky toddler to your equally picky partner, these oats will soon become a family favorite. Just stir, refrigerate, and enjoy—it’s that easy! Overnight Oats, 6 Delicious Ways Just like its stove-top predecessor, this method of prepping oats is endlessly customizable. From bright lemony oats studded with strawberries to creamy peanut butter oats topped with bananas, there’s a creative combination for everyone. We’ve got 6 ways to enjoy this easy breakfast. Start with your base You’ll need: • 1/3 cup Greek yogurt • 1/2 cup rolled oats • […]

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Easy Homemade Pumpkin Butter

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Ah, fall. The air is crisp, the leaves are changing, and pumpkins are ripe and ready to be consumed in a myriad of ways—in pies, baked goods, lattes, and curries. While you’re adding every pumpkin recipe known to mankind to your fall bucket list, make sure to add this easy pumpkin butter to the very top. Low in refined sugar, it can be made with a handful of ingredients and one pot. Making it is easy—you’ll need one pot and a handful of ingredients. The result? A house that smells of fall and a jar of spicy, sweet pumpkin butter. Spread it on toast or waffles, freshly baked bread, or store it in jars to give away as homemade gifts. […]

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Savor the Late Harvest

November 2016 Desktop Calendar

In November, we feast on the last of the fall harvest. You may freeze and can fresh vegetables and fruits to savor on cold winter days. Or stockpile crisp apples and squash to put into cold storage for the months ahead. Or if you’re like us, you gorge on autumn produce in soups, salads, casseroles, and baked goods all month long. To help you make the most of this month’s harvest, we’ve created this desktop calendar of what’s in season and rounded up some classic comfort food recipes. Then bring a bit of late autumn’s bold colors to your desktop as a reminder to savor this fresh-picked goodness by downloading the November 2016 Good Food Calendar to your desktop. Just […]

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5 Tips to Simplify Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving is one of our favorite holidays because it’s all about cooking and sharing Good Food with people you love. That said, we’ve all experienced Thanksgivings where we sent family members on last-minute trips to the store or ended up with overcooked turkey while we were busy making an overly ambitious number of side dishes. This year, let us help you get a jump-start on the holiday with five tips to make planning easier and by delivering all you need for your feast. 1. Pre-Order a fresh turkey early. Now you can pre-order a fresh (never frozen) turkey that we’ll deliver the first part of Thanksgiving week. This year, we have vegetarian-fed, antibiotic- & hormone-free birds that were raised humanely on […]

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A Healthier Halloween: 5 Fun Sweet Treats

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Does the thought of your children chowing down on a bowl full of Halloween candy give you the shivers? There’s no need to hide the costumes or close the curtains on All Hallow’s Eve. We’ve rounded up recipes for not-scary treats that are guaranteed to delight your kids. And they’re made with lots of whole-food ingredients and without tons of added sugar, so you’ll love them, too! Ghoul Grins Ingredients: 2 red apples Peanut butter Mini marshmallows Directions: Cut apples into eighths. Spread peanut butter on the inside of two slices. Sandwich a line of mini marshmallows along the red edge of the apple slice. Bam! Apple smiles! Bloody Bandaids Ingredients: 1 package graham crackers Cream cheese Raspberry or strawberry preserves […]

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