{Thrive} 5 Ways to Eat More Vegetables

5 Ways to Eat More Vegetables Eat more vegetables. This may be my favorite nutrition tip and it’s a positive wellness intention I focus on daily. I’m always encouraging myself to eat more vegetables. If you consider the risk to benefit ratio of this recommendation, it speaks for itself. Risk: minimal. Benefits: abundant. Plus, I love an intention that encourages me to have more versus less, especially when it comes to food. Enough of the deprivation people. Let’s be grateful for the food on our plate.  That being said, for most of us omnivores, the idea of planning a meal around carrots sounds, well, lackluster at best. Fortunately, the concept of creating a vegetable-centric plate can and often does include meat, fish and poultry. The key is mindfully rearranging your plate so that the veggies are the star and the animal proteins play a more supporting role. Eat more vegetables. One of my 5 Intentions for the New Year and a great mantra we can use to kick off the month. Here are five tips to make this feel more achievable.

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{Nourish} Salted Decadence Chocolate Almond Butter Smoothie

Salted Decadence Smoothie @KatieCavutoRD

Chocolate for breakfast, it’s my new motto. Hudson is on board for sure. No, we aren’t gobbling down chocolate bars but we are savoring these Salted Decadence Chocolate Almond Butter Smoothies. Packed with nourishing (and delicious) ingredients like almond butter, hemp seeds and sorghum (though you can use quinoa or oats), a whole grain, this smoothie is super satisfying. Continue reading “{Nourish} Salted Decadence Chocolate Almond Butter Smoothie”

{Nourish} Thrive Green Blender Juice

Green Blender JuiceSay hello to my mean, green morning routine. I have been consciously trying to up my vegetable intake and this refreshing green smoothie-ish blender juice has done the trick! We can all stand to eat more vegetables and breakfast is one meal where they tend to be lacking. Greens, Celery, Cucumber, Parsley, Lemon, Apple and Water–one benefit of blending this over juicing is that all the healthy fiber remains a part of the drink! Continue reading “{Nourish} Thrive Green Blender Juice”

{Nourish} Mint and Honey Matcha Latte

Mint and Honey Matcha LatteI have to admit–St. Patrick’s Day has never been my thing. Every year, around this time, I realize just how Italian I am. Don’t get me wrong–I appreciate the holiday and the celebrations that surround it but I have rarely felt compelled to participate–until today maybe? I was playing around with this Almond Matcha Latte recipe and…lightbulb! It is green! That means it counts as a St. Patrick’s Day recipe! Right?! Continue reading “{Nourish} Mint and Honey Matcha Latte”

{Nourish} Chai Spiced Peach and Almond Butter Smoothie Bowl

Chai Peach Almond Smoothie Bowl


It has been a nutty week which is the perfect reason to share this super simple recipe–my Chai Spiced Peach and Almond Butter Smoothie Bowl. The first week back from a trip always feels a bit overwhelming and mine was jam packed with travel to DC on Monday and NYC on Wednesday–eek! My apologies for being MIA from the blog. I was in survival mode and  finding the time to post to the blog was not in the cards until today. On that note…yay for Friday and for your new favorite smoothie bowl recipe that is here, just in time for the weekend! Continue reading “{Nourish} Chai Spiced Peach and Almond Butter Smoothie Bowl”

{Nourish} Pomegranate Pear Ginger Smoothie

pomegranate smoothieClearly I am on a smoothie kick! This has been my on-the-go breakfast option for the past several days so I figured I would share. Say hello to you new favorite winter smoothie recipe! Sweet and tart pomegranate juice provides some hard to resist nutrient benefits as well as this magical color. Add to that the tang of fresh grapefruit as well as creamy coconut and robust ginger and you have for yourself a glassful of goodness that is as delicious as it is good for you. Continue reading “{Nourish} Pomegranate Pear Ginger Smoothie”