Post Natal Nutrition Tips from ThriveRD

As a new mom I had trouble eating well while surviving on 2 hours of sleep and nursing twins every hour and a half.  (Don’t worry, that schedule only lasted 4 months.  They are 7 months old now.  I sleep 8 hours a night and only nurse them every 2-3 hours during the day.) But,[…]

High Protein Peanut Butter Banana Bread

High Protein Peanut Butter Banana Bread   Author: Marissa Borelli Casellini Recipe type: Bread Prep time:  20 mins Cook time:  70 mins Total time:  1 hour 30 mins Print Perfect for a breakfast on the go! This banana bread is full of protein thanks to the peanut butter + quinoa flour combo. It also has a high[…]

Dish | Guide to Healthy Baking

Found this great infographic on healthy baking substitutes from Greatist on Pinterest this morning and had to share! My favorite healthy substitutes are: Flours – quinoa flour, almond flour, oat flour (just throw the grains in your coffee grinder!) Sweeteners – molasses, honey, mashed bananas Fats – Greek yogurt, mashed bananas What are your favorite[…]

Lemon Thyme Whole Wheat Scones

I love scones, well all pastries for that matter.  My sister and I devoured the whole grain, buttery and flaky scones in Ireland daily last year.  But scones in the U.S. are typically super sweet and made with white bleached flour.  That is not the best way to start off a work day. So, to satisfy[…]