If you’re looking for some new recipes to spend your time trying out, why not focus on the humble cheesecake? The great thing about cheesecake is that there are so many different ways of doing it, so even if you’ve made a cheesecake before, there’s more than likely at least half a dozen types of cheesecakes you’ve never tried making before. Here are some of the types of cheesecake everyone should make for themselves at least once.
I know that sometimes it can seem like a hoagie stuffed with salty, fatty deli meats is the fastest and more filling meal option. Especially when you are in the midst of balancing a full and busy life. Trust me, I work at Wawa (the hoagie staple for on the goers) However, the truth of the matter is that you really aren’t too busy to eat healthy. In fact, there are loads of strategies that can help you do this. I myself am obsessed with Meal Prepping and tracking everything I eat. Whether its through MyFitnessPal or Weight Watchers, which is what I use. Below are some other ways to keep you on the right track!
Breakfast is, for many people, the most important meal of the day. If they are always in a rush in the morning (like myself) and they don’t have time time make a good meal, the right breakfast can set them up for a very productive day. For most people, it’s more about finding healthy snacks to keep you going but arguably, breakfast is what will keep you feeling satisfied and give you that energy you need to push through the difficult parts, especially if you are doing the school run or trying to get to work on time. I work very early in the morning, and not being a huge morning person I tend to grab the coffee and hit the road without a bite to eat. I recently joined WW and you have to eat your points, meaning.. no more skipping breakfast for me. With this in mind, let’s give you some well-balanced healthy and alternative breakfast ideas to keep you feeling satisfied.
Snacks can and should be healthy! After all, when something is tasty and nutritious it will make you feel like you have more energy rather than something that’s just laden with a substance you don’t need and makes you feel a bit sluggish afterwards. I don’t know about you, but I am a HUGE ‘snacker’ so when it comes to what I snack on I make sure its healthy and delicious. When I say healthy, I don’t mean you have to cut out everything and only eat raw foods, you can eat healthy and still have every indulgent you crave.
As a child we all grew up thinking that vegetables were green, gross and gruesome. I know my parents couldn’t get me to eat them, even though they tried hard! Now that we’re older and our taste buds have definitely matured, we have started to see the joy in cooking with vegetables. I know I absolutely love them and try to put them in as many dishes as possible. The best part is that you don’t necessarily have to be a vegetarian eat these types of dishes on a regular basis. I am with WW formly Weight Watchers and I still eat everything I love (meat and all) but I see myself adding more and more vegetables to my dishes. There are so many varieties out there you don’t even know! From a pasta salad to a soulful soup, there is so much fun to be had with vibrant vegetables.