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Delicious Super Foods for Spring

The ladies at SoulCycle know a thing or two about healthy lifestyles and folded into that are favorite snacks to keep you energized. When looking for something to munch on they turn to super foods. Super is their name and healthy, energizing power is their game. Have a look at some of their go-to's for scrumptious super snacks all photographed by Rebecca Yale.

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Homemade French Fries + Garlic Aioli Dipping Sauce

French fries, we can't quit you. Shoestring, steak-cut and everything in between, the deep-fried spud is the starch of our dreams, which is why we're obsessed with this recipe for homemade fries with garlic aioli dipping sauce from Waiting on Martha. Fresh-cut Idaho potatoes are cooked to your preference and given a generous sprinkling of salt, pepper, fry seasoning and cayenne. Let me repeat: garlic aioli dipping sauce. If that's not enough to you...

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Homemade Snack Mix

I wanted to share an easy, totally adjustable Food Gift Love recipe perfect for making this weekend. You know, just in time for a get-together with friends, or just in time for binge-watching a season of Jane the Virgin. I came across this beautiful homemade snack mix from...

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Salted Beer Football Pretzels

Beer and pretzels go together like the Patriots and a slightly deflated ball. I kid, I kid. But seriously the only thing better than a classic pretzel is this football shaped treat perfect for the upcoming Super Bowl game. It's infused with beer and goes swimmingly with your favorite dipping sauce. ( Ahem these kicked up condiments will do the trick!) For even more, have a look at our...

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Spicy Caramel Bacon Popcorn

Everyone knows the real star of a Super Bowl party is the munchies with the commercials being a close second. The line-up of apps is a much anticipated topic in our household and this year, Spicy Caramel Bacon Popcorn is the leading contender. Who doesn't love bacon? And mixed with caramel and popcorn – it's enough to make you rethink your current Super Bowl...

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Rosemary Parmesan Popcorn

I'm not going to lie, sometimes I have popcorn, and only popcorn, for dinner. I like it that much and my husband doesn't seem to mind so popcorn it is. Put a twist on that buttered yummy snack turned meal with this Rosemary Parmesan version from Jacquelyn Clark of Lark and Linen. Adapted from Taste of Home, this gem has a decidedly gourmet twist. For more tasty...

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Spicy Jalapeño Popsicles

The sun is shining, the heat is back - perfect time to start making popsicles again! I've made my share of berry pops so this time I infused some bold flavors. These fresh jalapeño popsicles are refreshing with a bit of zingy heat. It makes for a perfect flavor combo on a hot day. Bonus: make them even more grown up with a splash of rum or tequila! For more recipes, head on over to ...

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Raspberry Jelly Filled & Glazed Donuts

Today is National Donut Day and I'm celebrating with a big plate of them! Raspberry jelly filled, glazed and sprinkled, there's something for everyone! With a little help from buttermilk biscuit dough, they puff and fry up in no time. Let your family decide how they like them: covered in powdered sugar, rolled in sprinkles, or stuffed with sweet oozy jelly. Just don't forget the coffee or milk!

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Homemade Almond Milk

If you're daunted by the idea of making your own almond milk- don't be! With only 3 (pronounceable) ingredients and Jasmine Nicole's easy breezy tutorial, you'll be stocking your kitchen with homemade batches in no time. Delicious, luxuriously creamy, and healthy to boot- what's not to love?! From Jasmine: I've been seeing homemade almond milk all over the place lately, and since...

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Homemade Vanilla Infused Honey

With a little help from Juniper & Dash and Alexandra Whitney, honey gets a delicious facelift with the addition of vanilla bean. Can you think of a better combination? I certainly cannot! And this little nugget is so easy, and so delicious, it needs to make its internet rounds. And if it...

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Spring Crostini Appetizer

Can we just talk about the fact that soon enough all those fabulous farmer's markets are going to be filling up with lush, delicious fruits and veggies?! My mouth is salivating at the thought. And the very first thing I'm going to do after I fill my basket to the brim? Make Carlene Thomas & Rebekah Pizana farmer's market crostini. Captured by ...

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15 Ways to Help Detox This Spring

Though I'm sure we're all aware we should be taking care of our bodies year round, it's always when Spring hits that we realize we've inadvertently succumbed to that pesky winter slump. Heavy meals and a lack of sunshine have left many of us feeling sluggish and plain ol' icky. But no longer! From the tip of our toes to the top of our heads, here are 15 ways to help each one of us get back in action this season!

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Cheddar Cheese Biscuits + A Modern Tea Party

I'm totally smitten with Lisa & Laura's idea of a modern tea party. Tea parties in general tend to be associated with all things sweet and dainty. The thought of overhauling the idea entirely is totally refreshing! Modern dishes, some bacon flavoured butter (oh, you heard right!) and this recipe for the most divine cheddar cheese biscuits you'll ever sink your teeth...

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Blackberry Basil Swirl Pound Cake

Be forewarned: this is not your grandmother's pound cake. No siree. I mean, don't get me wrong, I like a solid slice of pound cake like the rest of them, but nobody ever really gets excited about it, am I right? It's more than time to elevate this classic dish, and for that we've turned to Lisa Dolan. Blackberries meet basil in a way that's...

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Chocolate Candy Cane Popcorn

What's better than popcorn?  Answer... my chocolate candy cane popcorn of course!  Festive popped corn topped with melted milk and white chocolate sprinkled with crushed candy cane is the perfect, and easy, holiday treat that I guarantee you'll be eating long past December.  Truly, Waiting On Martha...

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Apple Cinnamon Beignets

Being a California girl, I have often fantasized about, though never tasted, apple cider doughnuts from apple farms on the East Coast. Inspired by these delicious-sounding morsels, I whipped up a batch of apple cinnamon beignets, studded with diced fresh apple that goes wonderfully soft during cooking, warm cinnamon and nutty brown butter. Although these beignets were fantastic with an ample dusting of...

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Poached Peaches from Katie Parra

Now that peach season is in full swing, I find myself craving them en-masse. Whether they're fresh from a basket at the market or incorporated into a sweet dish, I truly don't discriminate. So when Katie Parra sent along her recipe for poached peaches my love for her grew ten fold. Not only is she appeasing my current craving, she's also given me the...

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Hungarian Langos

Lángos is a deep fried flat bread that is served warm and usually topped with sour cream and grated cheese or garlic butter (a fabulous combination, if you ask me!) Traditonally, this dish was made from leftover bread dough and baked in a brick oven. Inspired by an old family recipe, this particular version is stuffed with sheep milk cheese and herbs (in other words: perfection). For more recipes, be sure to check out my blog...

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Low Fat Hummus #2: Roasted Red Pepper

Hummus is one of those things that you can eat and eat and eat. And eat and eat and eat. And then you look up, an hour in to your favorite Housewives franchise and boom. 500 calories down the drain. So instead of drowning myself in hummus sorrows, I make the low fat variety. Normally I tackle the cilantro and lime variety from our last post because that's SO my personal flavor profile, but every now and then I spice it up with some roasted red...

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Low Fat Hummus: Cilantro, Lime & Jalapeno

I've mentioned before that my husband semi-follows a strict Vegan, No Oil diet. He does it for health reasons and to avoid any and all heart disease because of the prevalence of said disease on both sides of his family. So we are always looking for easy breezy recipes that we can make in big batches on Sundays and store in the fridge. This one is perfect as a festive dip, a spread on sandwiches or a topping for guacamole. And it's...

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