Egg Free, Grain Free Brownies

Developing food allergies can make eating some of your favorite foods a thing of the past. If you’ve got an egg allergy finding delicious, fluffy, non-crumbly baked goods is tough. What if you’re gluten-free as well? Is there even an option to have a baked good? YES! These brownies are grain free, egg free, dairy free and are sweetened with […]

Thirsty Thursday: Best Non-Dairy Blueberry Smoothies

This week on Kitchology, we are featuring some of the best non-dairy blueberry smoothie recipes for our Thirsty Thursday series! These drinks will certainly refresh you whether you have it for breakfast or after a good workout. The blueberries in each delicious smoothie serve as antioxidant powerhouses that provide great health benefits, such as reducing the development of cancer, cardiovascular disease, and other age-related symptoms. Blueberries […]

Why Do We Really Feel Hungry?

Original article by Cindy Li Feng 4.28.13 Everyone has to eat. Some eat because of hunger; some eat for satisfaction; some eat for social norms. There are so many reasons from the smell of food to stress, exercise or even medications. When we are hungry, our bodies produce signals. These signals come in the form of “hunger pains or pangs”, […]

Thriving with Various Food Intolerances (an Interview from a Mother’s Standpoint)

Today’s interview is with Sarah S. Sarah doesn’t have any allergies or intolerances, but her diet has changed significantly after learning both of her children do. This is a great read, from the perspective of an honest and caring mother. Take it away Sarah! How did you find out about your family member’s intolerances? We found out about my daughter’s […]

What’s Your Flavor Mean?

When people talk about flavors. The first thing that comes to your mind is ice cream. Right? It can be a life important question. In fact, according to Readers Digest, there may be hidden personality traits revealed through your favorite ice cream flavor. “Dr. Alan Hirsch, founder of the Smell and Taste Treatment and Research Foundation, uses various standardized psychiatric test […]

Pancake Variety

My kids have extreme allergies. We’ve explored the path of different flours and making pancakes from scratch. Using what flours we could, we never found a good mix. Recently, rice was added back to their diets. This opened a huge door. Bisquick came out with a gluten free mix that we are in love with. We adapt the added ingredients […]

Creating Allergen-Fearless Lifestyle

Most of you have probably already heard of the saying: “Your thoughts create your reality,” meaning what you and I decide to focus on, is what we tend to manifest in our lives. Easier said than done, especially if you want to experience a better reality than the one you are in right now. Nevertheless, what I have learned is […]

Unique Egg Recipe Ideas

This week on the food blog scene there are a lot of buzz surrounding eggs. From the food news… eggs are healthy now, so let’s do something cool with them! We started our week featuring a blog article “Eggs the Healthy Nutrient”.  I even featured my soufflé to celebrate. Of course, there are many dishes out there to lay the […]

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Banana Family Brother with Huge Benefits: Plantains

A banana like produce, generally linked to warmer tropical climates, plantains will be eyeing the spotlight in your 2015 diet. Continuing our Foodie Friday excursion through the odd and healthy foods that, if not added to your new diet should be tried. Who knows, maybe you’ll come across your next favorite ingredient or recipe! Nutrition-and-you.com notes plantains, also known as […]

Making Egg-less Muffins

If you are diagnosed with an egg allergy your love for baked goods doesn’t have to end. Eggs are not always a requirement for soft fluffy muffins! The following muffin recipes I will use vinegar and baking soda instead of egg. How will this keep my muffins fluffy and moist you wonder? Baking soda is often used to make baked […]

Sweet Eggs ala Hoop

Living and trying to live an allergen-free life may not always be easy but when we have support from our friends and family, the journey is then much more enjoyable. I feel very grateful to have a partner next to me, who is also a health and wellness coach, and loves to cook and eat healthy. Being supported in my […]

Eggs the Healthy Nutrient!

Eggs are back! Yes, the incredible edible egg is going to be the pulse of 2015.   After twenty years plus, on the not good list for your heart… egg yolks are no longer listed as a “nutrient of concern”. For as long as I can remember, we have had to tread lightly regarding the question of how many eggs we […]

Recipes for Your Sweetheart

Valentine’s Day is here. This year it falls on a Saturday. This is so practical, allowing us all ample time to prepare. Forget the outside dinner plans! There is nothing more romantic than cooking for your sweetheart. Hopefully you have planned well and worked things out with the grandparents or a friend to enable the private dinner atmosphere to happen […]

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Cross-breed Veggie the Whole Family Will Rave About

A fresh new hybrid veggie between Kale and Brussels Sprouts brings the newest healthy green to add to your 2015 diet: Kalettes. From Kalettes.com, Kalettes are the product of the British vegetable seed house Tozer Seeds and are a non-GMO vegetable developed through traditional hybridization and not genetic modification.  Known as Flower Sprouts in the U.K., this delicious vegetable has […]

Thirsty Thursday: Healthy Valentine’s Day Smoothies

Start your romantic weekend off right by making these delectable Valentine’s Day smoothies for your sweetheart! Whether you include this drink as a breakfast in bed surprise or as a treat for dessert, it’s sure to be a hit. Each recipe is simple to make, boasting only 4 ingredients each. Simply purchase fresh organic strawberries, raspberries, banana, and lime, and you’ll have […]