Labor day

70 + Healthy & Delicious Summer Barbecue Recipes

A delicious roundup of healthy summer barbecue recipes to keep you fit and your taste buds happy all season long! Who has plans for Independence Day, aka- my favorite holiday? Are you cooking out? I hope so. I sure am! Last week I shared some healthy eating tips with you on how to navigate backyard barbecues while still enjoying yourself….

No-Sugar Added Watermelon Mojito

Sit back and relax this summer with a delicious and refreshing no-sugar added watermelon mojito full of the fresh flavors of summer!  | Pin this Recipe This post, recipe, and images are by Kaleigh McMordie, MCN, RDN.  In case you couldn’t tell from our previous posts, Jessica and I are both big fans of watermelon! (Have you seen Jessica’s Watermelon, Feta and Mint Skewers and…

Link Love – Week of August 31, 2015

Dietitian views on cleansing diets, basic meal planning tips, and a peanut butter cookie recipe roundup, all in this week’s Link Love! Menu Plan Monday (MPM) is on vacation this week in honor of the last official week of summer and the upcoming Labor Day weekend. That and I’m going to Italy tonight for my friend’s wedding next weekend! Woo-hoo! I’ll…

Menu Plan Monday: Week of August 25, 2014

We still have another couple of weeks before school starts in our neighborhood, but with Labor Day weekend coming up and most children already back to school this week, summer is pretty much at its end. Before you pack the school lunch boxes with the same old sandwich, check out my protein-packed Veggie & Bean Quinoa Bites, this month’s Recipe ReDux….

Menu Plan Monday: Week of August 26, 2013

Believe it or not, Labor Day is a week away. Get ready for the last formal barbecue of the summer with my Nutritioulicious Labor Day BBQ Guide. And for more recent barbecue-friendly recipes, check out this post. What do you have planned  for the last unofficial week of summer? Menu Week of August 26, 2013 Monday: Mixed Green Salad with Grilled…

Corn and Black Bean Salsa

Labor Day may have passed (I know, it feels like it was a long time ago!), but it’s still warm and summery here in New York. Luckily that also means that summer produce is still around. A few weeks ago I realized I hadn’t really had much corn all summer, so I went on a little corn kick and made…