Get Your Kids to Eat Their Veggies and a Chance to Win $400 #FreshVeggiesWDY

"Mom no veggies please" I did a double take when I heard those words coming from my 8 year old Sabrina. My kids have always eaten their vegetables, and Sabrina has been the least picky of them all, begging me for arugula when she was just three, and eating it by the handful without any salad dressing... just plain, simple and delicious!  Something was up and I was going to get to the bottom of … [Read more...]

21 Day Cleanse Challenge – Starting Week 3 Feeling Strong!

Wow, it's hard to believe I'm jumping in to the third week of my cleanse already! This past week has been amazing. For the most part it's been all about super clean eating. I've been drinking my delicious green drink 15 minutes before every meal and enjoying delicious dishes made with lots of greens and other organic veggies and lean, organic meats or wild caught fish. Sounds fabulous … [Read more...]

Summer Fruit Salad

Thereʼs nothing like a crisp and delicious fruit salad on a hot summer day. Enjoy this salad as a dessert, with a cup of your favorite yogurt for breakfast or as a satisfying snack. 5.0 from 6 reviews Summer Fruit Salad   Save Print Prep time 10 mins Total time 10 mins   A simple and delicious salad combining berries and rich summer fruits for an exotic experience … [Read more...]

Scrumptious Aloe Herb Cleanser by Annmarie Gianni

Annmarie Gianni sent me the Aloe Herb cleanser for review but the opinion in this post are all mine. As I approached the check out counter the woman behind the register blurted out with a smile "You have such beautiful skin I could not help but stare!  I'm sorry!" Relieved I smiled, thanked her then proceeded with my checkout. (She'd been looking at me so intently I thought I had something … [Read more...]

Tell the USDA “No” to co-existence with Monsato!

Hello Scrumptious Moms. I need your help to make sure we continue to be able to feed our loved ones the foods that are the healthiest for them. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) wants to know what we think. The agency is seeking public comments (deadline extended to tomorrow,  March 4, 2014) on what it can do to "promote the broad adoption of local, voluntary solutions aimed at … [Read more...]

Kale and Peppers Scramble

As you know Sunday brunch is a big "to-do" in our home and I love making a giant omelet or scramble stuffed with delicious and nutrient dense veggies.  This kale and peppers scramble is a favorite!  It's super simple, super healthy and simply delicious! Kale is one of those superfoods you can easily add to your diet daily.  It comes in several varieties with black kale, also called lacinato … [Read more...]

Organic Foods – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

Since posting an article about my 6 year old Sabrina contracting Hepatits A after eating frozen organic berries, I've received a flood of emails from concerned moms like you, asking essentially the same questions:"Is organic food really all that it's cracked up to be?" and  "How do I know which organic products to buy?" Those are valid questions and, frankly, ones I've been asking myself more … [Read more...]

Cod in Mediterranean Coulis

Cod is one of my favorite fish.  It has a delicate flavor and a wonderful texture. It's also a versatile fish that can be just as tasty grilled on the barbeque with a filet of extra virgin olive oil, fresh squeezed lemon and fresh herbs of your choice, or poached and paired with this delicious coulis. This is one of those dishes to Wow! your friends with.  It's so simple to make, yet so … [Read more...]

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