Just because it’s summertime doesn’t mean you should take a break from healthy eating! Summers mean more picnics, ballgames and festivals full of tempting (but less than healthful) foods. But you can have your ice cream, hot dogs and fried Oreos — in moderation — by following these suggestions. Eat Sweets in Small Portions Sweets and fried foods are fine, in small portions. Use this as an opportunity to show kids how to form a healthy relationship with food. Denying the “good stuff” can lead to poor, unhealthy food choices down the road. So a little treat here and there won’t do any harm. Keep Them Active If your kids indulge in a funnel cake or waffle and ice cream sundae once in a while, schedule more activities that help them burn off those extra calories. Also, encourage kids to share the treats so everyone gets a taste but no one overindulges. Be a Good Role Model Be a good role model. Eat healthier foods—and healthier versions of the foods everyone loves. For example, if …
Back at it. I love my Baileys. I was going to call this The Poor Man’s Baileys but I’m not quite there just yet. I am working on it however.
Butterscotch Hennessy Rice Krispies are the grown up version of Rice Krispies. I mean, feel free to give them to your kids because they are delicious but be prepared for everyone to tell you what a horrible parent you are.
Have you ever had that chocolate cake that was so over the top and chocolaty it was just too rich and indulgent? Yeah, me neither.
You read correct my fellow friend. Baileys Tiramisu. I guess it’s safe to say I’m hooked on Baileys. Truly not even Baileys but if I said I was hooked on Mollys you would assume I meant drugs.
Here is the new, soon to be stolen by big companies, ice cream idea from Gus Baldwin.
I mentioned in the past what a fantastic idea compound butters are. I don’t think you are to be finishing a sentence with ‘are’ but in this day and age of Presidents and Kardashians. Do we really have standards anymore?