Once you’ve tasted this Apple Spice Cake with Cinnamon Greek Yogurt Icing, you’ll know that Unprocessed Entertaining is definitely possible!
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Figs are high in fiber, and are a good source of potassium, magnesium, manganese, and vitamins A, C, K, and B6. But what’s really wonderful about this dessert is that you get a sweet, decadent treat that is high on the “wow” factor but low on the calories.
Although it pained me to toss seven dollars’ worth of crab in the trash, it would have hurt a lot worse if we actually ate it, I’m sure. So, on to Plan B: Pull out some frozen shrimp* and make it work.
It’s Smoothie Week at Eating Rules! If I’m feeling adventurous, I might add one (or more!) of the following to make it even better.
It’s pretty easy to make a Blueberry Mango Smoothie at home that rivals Jamba in taste and texture, but beats them in nutrients.
Earlier this week I had a hankerin’ for some healthy crab cakes. I found a few recipes online — here’s my slightly-adapted version.
I think that low-fat mayonnaise tastes downright awful, even when it’s “hidden” in other foods. Instead, I’ve been enjoying Greek Yogurt as a spectacular substitute for mayo.