Sometimes the best thing on a weekend morning is a delicious piece of crispy bacon. This step-by-step will tell you exactly what you need to do to get that perfect and crispy texture fast!
My favorite way to use bacon (especially during the holidays) is in a spinach buttermilk quiche, but there are so many dishes you can add bacon to! Another great way to use bacon in your cooking is to crumble it into any salad of your choice. Amazingly, it is SO easy to get delicious and crispy bacon in the oven. Ditch using the microwave and try this way instead!…
This week I had the pleasure of sitting down with one of my very favorite guests, my daughter Ellie Hiller! Ellie shares her wisdom as a certified nutrition coach on topics such as meal prep, fitness, and more!
Skip the fryer! This crispy and delicious oven-baked okra is not only delicious but much healthier than the fried alternative.
One of my FAVORITE things to eat is okra! I love it to be a good mix of crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside. Without a doubt, baking them in the oven does this perfectly. If you are looking for the best snack to crush your cravings, you are in the right place!
What is better on a winter day than a delicious and filling soup? Homemade broccoli cheddar soup is even better than Panera, and is SO easy to make!
This broccoli cheddar soup recipe is perfect for a low-maintenance dinner that will satisfy the whole family! In addition to the pre-made soup mix, you only need a few additional ingredients for the whole entire meal. Without a doubt, this quick, easy, and delicious recipe is a whole package!
These savory and delicious Swedish Meatballs are the ultimate comfort food! You will surely enjoy this adaptation of my Mom’s tried-and-true recipe.
While I love finding and creating new recipes, there is something so special about a tried-and-true family favorite. My mom’s recipe for Swedish Meatballs is one of those memory-saturated dishes for me. It is simple, comforting, and always a crowd-pleaser!
This week, Melanie Robinson shares how to make a fabulous mocktail for those of us looking to enjoy social outings while adhering to our January goals. From her favorite “spirits” to her favorite ice molds, Melanie has so many tips for making healthy and refreshing mocktails.
For anyone looking to make a lifestyle change or just incorporate some more healthy habits, this episode is for you! This week on The Savvy Cast, my daughter Ellie Hiller shares her experience and wisdom as a certified nutritionist. She explains her three-part criteria for healthy meal prep and dispels food and weight loss myths. Additionally, Ellie shares how she helps her clients make sustainable, effective lifestyle changes. Finally, Ellie's client Anna Rogers joins us to share her journey with Ellie over the last few months and the “non-scale” changes she has seen.
Who Is Ellie Hiller?
Besides being my daughter, Ellie Hiller is also a certified nutrition coach at Vulcan Nutrition in Birmingham, Alabama. Before becoming a nutrition coach, Ellie received her RN/BSN from Samford’s Ida B Moffet School of Nursing. Ellie describes her ideal client as anyone without a preexisting medical condition who wants to improve their health. She takes each client on a highly personalized journey to a lifestyle change that is effective and sustainable.
Questions We Answered In This Episode:
What is your background in nutrition?
Who is your ideal client?
What is the secret to successful meal prep?
Does heavy lifting cause women to "bulk up"?
How can I participate in Vulcan Nutrition's challenge?