Jun 10

Three Cheers for Chobani!

I recently got to try some of Chobani’s latest creations. BIG fan of these Greek yogurt goodies. BITEThese 100-calorie cups are as yummy as they are cute. LOVE the flavor combos too! Fig and Orange Zest was super fun, but Raspberry Chocolate Chip was my absolute favorite. Very happy to see a 100-calorie yogurt without artificial sweeteners! Favorite Use:  Post workout snack FLIPThese square-shaped cups enclose yogurt side-by side with…

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Jun 07

Breakfast Brigade: French Toast

  In a time of fast-paced lifestyles and busy schedules, there has been a growing appreciation for good old breakfast. Simple morning meals and leisurely weekend brunches are a welcome friend to the hungry foodie. For satisfying that morning sweet tooth, how about a yummy stack of French toast? Traditionally served with a generous heaping of maple syrup, powdered sugar, and whipped cream, there are plenty of ways to combat…

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Jun 06

Relish in the Radish

Radishes may be coming to an end in their season, but they are still up for picking and grabbing at local farmers markets! Smaller in size than their winter siblings, these beauties are a versatile root vegetable and full of vitamin c, antioxidants, and help to aid with digestive health. Radishes are a great addition to spring and summer dishes, salads, sides and as toppings to the ever favorite burger…

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Jun 06

Dinner in a Flash: Kale & Turkey Bacon Frittata

When I’m pressed for time, this recipe saves me! Breakfast for dinner is always a family favorite. Kale & Turkey Bacon FrittataServes: 6 Ingredients4 large eggs4 large egg whites¼ cup skim milkKosher salt and freshly ground black pepper4 slices turkey bacon, diced2 ½ cups finely chopped kale1 cup diced tomatoes¾ cup shredded Swiss cheese DirectionsPreheat broiler. In a large bowl, combine eggs, egg whites and milk. Season with salt and…

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May 14

It’s About Time! The Dana White Nutrition Blog

Welcome to the Dana White Nutrition Blog! I should have gotten this going YEARS ago but hopefully it will be worth the wait. I look forward to sharing my ideas, nutrition advice, and seasonal recipes. New recipes for the spring and summer have just been loaded to the recipe page and I am eager to spend the entire summer in the garden and the kitchen stirring up new creations.

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