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Baked Peanut Butter Banana Oatmeal

Arizona Winters are funny. It drops below 60 degrees, and people lose their minds. One of our friends had three different jacket types in her car this weekend to prepare for these extreme temperatures. These cold, bleary winter mornings (laugh it up, Midwesterns) are the perfect time to create something delicious and hearty for breakfast. If you made our Egg White Cups, you know we love to have a lot of variety when it comes to our breakfasts, since we prep everything to keep things easy. This recipe contains everything we love– peanut butter, bananas, and carbs. As an added bonus, it contains complex carbohydrates and healthy fat to keep you full and energized all day without being a sugar bomb.   Continue reading

Super Bowl Crock-Pot Buffalo Chicken Dip

Are you a commercial watching person or a game watching person? The Super Bowl is kind of the perfect social event, because it offers entertainment for everyone. If you are a sports guy, you can enjoy an incredible and competitive game (usually!) and witness some incredible plays. If you are a music lover, the halftime show is sure to entertain you on some level. If you live for dad jokes and weird humor, the commercials never disappoint. While the entertainment is a 10/10, there is one element which makes the Super Bowl the holy grail of social gatherings: the food. We wanted to help you create a Super Bowl classic, Buffalo Chicken Dip, while giving it a healthier spin to ensure you enjoy every second of game day in the healthiest way. Continue reading

A Healthy Perspective: So You Want a Colonic…

Well, friends, things are about to get intimate. Have you ever wondered what is it like getting a colonic? It is your lucky day– read on for some personal, personal answers to that question. As a disclaimer, this is based on my personal experience only, but I wanted to share my experience in case anyone has been curious about this process or wants to try something to alleviate digestive discomfort.

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Gluten Free Nut and Seed Bread

Can you believe the year is over? 2018 was one for the books. A Healthy Hint has been live for over 4 months, and we have enjoyed every bit of it. The recipes, the creativity, the jokes, the photos, the eating, the new online friends… Every bit of it has been a challenge and a way to express our ideas in a wonderful way. We are thankful for anyone and everyone who takes the time to read our recipes and posts, test one of them in the kitchen, and engage with us–  we hope you have enjoyed it as much as we have so far. We wish you a wonderful New Years, and thank you for supporting us these last few months! And with that, we bring you our final recipe of 2018: Gluten Free Nut and Seed Bread, a chunky, glorious loaf.

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Thai Chicken Zoodle Salad

In 2016, we discovered a beautiful little invention called the Spiralizer, and thus our love for zucchini was born. We went a little nuts creating pasta recipes with spiralized zucchini, or zoodles, instead of noodles. Nowadays, you can find pre spiralized vegetables everywhere, but the zucchini noodles are still our day one ride or die- and as a little knowledge bomb for you- they are actually a fruit instead of a veggie, botanically. They can be cooked or eaten raw, giving your dish great texture and color. Beyond that, they are full of health benefits while still keeping your meal interesting.

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