Foodie of the Month

Happy Marvelous Monday!!  I hope you all had a wonderful weekend! I can’t believe this is the last day of February.  It is time to share a fabulous recipe from another cooking diva!

I am so excited to introduce the foodie of the month for February because I have known her since middle school. Kristen Moss is the foodie of the month and she such an inspiration for the road to living a healthy lifestyle.  I love cooking but want to share more healthy recipes this year because health equals wealth.  I hope you all enjoy this Kristen’s recipe.

K Moss

 

 

How long have you been cooking?

I have been cooking for as long as I can remember! The way I’ve been cooking has distinctively taken an abrupt change. Cooking has always been a first love!
2. Why do you enjoy Cooking?
Cooking has been an adventure to me. I have always loved creating my own personal spin on “your traditional staples” in the kitchen. Recently I’ve been able to make some lifestyles changes, I’ve traded in an evening of fresh baked brownies with two scoops of vanilla ice cream at 11:30pm, for homemade “yogurt bites” with granola garnished with fresh blueberries! (Pause) I have to LOL sometimes when I think of the dramatic food changes in my life. The constant balancing act of daily food choices has been amazingly exciting!
3. Who taught you how to cook?
If I think back and try to identify my earliest memory of cooking…I would have to say my Mother and my Father. My father loved to cook! He would often cook “Peas and Rice” a staple from Nassau, Bahamas from which he was born. This dish would have many layers, seasonings, and spices. I would walk in the house after school and it would be filled with the smell of sautéed onions and green peppers, and bacon slowly cooking in the skillet in preparation for the dish. As a youth I would watch him mindfully take such pride in what he would be preparing for his family. He enjoyed cooking and seeing our faces and our compliments like, “Now you put your foot in this Daddy”! I would say that’s where my love of cooking comes from.
4. What is your favorite thing to make or a great cooking tip?
I can’t say that I have a favorite “meal” to cook, but I can say I have a particular way of cooking which is very health conscious. A great cooking tip would be to try to find healthy alternatives to the food you already love! For all those ice-cream lovers like myself finding an alternative is often a challenge, and still satisfy that sweet tooth. Bananas have became a staple in my home.
Banana Ice Cream
3-4 Banana Frozen/Sliced
1 Spoonful of organic Peanut Butter
2-3 Cocoa Powder
For this recipe you will defiantly need a food processor or blender! Blend to smooth consistency! Enjoy! Half the Calories!
5. Do you have a favorite famous cook/foodie?
I cant say I have a favorite cook that I follow,  enjoy tweaking traditional recipe’s and putting my own spin on them is something I enjoy. ‘m sure I will attain my favorites along this “healthier me” journey. It’s so exciting! Nutrition has now become my passion. I get excited about educating others of the benefits of healthy eating, and exercise has impacted and changed my quality of life. I’m not where I want to be…but I’m certainly not where I used to be. I Never Knew How Bad I Felt Until I Started Feeling Better!

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