Peanut Butter & Peppers named her blog after her favorite foods, has lost 30 pounds over the past few years, and has set her new goal and trying not to count calories. She strives for a healthy and balanced diet, with indulgences in moderation. In her blog, she’ll share recipes for all of her success and her flops, so you don’t make the same mistakes. In this post, Peanut Butter & Peppers blends together frozen strawberries, fresh kiwi, water, and a Vega One Shake in Berry to make a nutritional and dairy-free shake.
Diabetic Foodie was started in January of 2010, by Shelby Kinnaird, "a type 2 diabetic who loves to eat." With a set of rules dictating their food philosophy, Diabetic Foodie’s recipes will always contain nutritional information and will always be from a community of posters. Here, Diabetic Foodie prepares porridge for breakfast in a slow cooker.
The Adventures of MJ and the Hungryman are a husband-and-wife superhero-inspired team who combine their "powers" of cooking and bottomless eating in the kitchen. In this post, the team recreates a Vietnamese banh mi sandwich as a banh mi salad with turkey meatballs.
Feed Your Soul Too started as a cooking outlet. Now, blog owner Peter loves nothing more than "being in the kitchen, listening to music, creating tasty meals, and bringing family and friends together." Here, Feed Your Soul Too uses Creole BBQ sauce on Creole chili.
What Jew Wanna Eat is "your source for home-cooked (sometimes) kosher goodness." In this post, What Jew Wanna Eat shows us a great way to use leftover mashed potatoes with this spicy-sweet recipe.
Oatmeal with a Fork, run by Lauren, "a business graduate with a penchant for all things culinary," aims to create healthy recipes, without compromising taste. Here, Oatmeal with a Fork shares a recipe for dairy-free, vegan, chocolate chip "detox" fudge.
Bake or Break is a Mississippi-born baker, who learned early the joys of baked goods. Now living in New York City with her husband, she continues baking and has added recipe development, blogging, and more to her repertoire. In this post, Bake or Break gives us a recipe for brown butter sour cream crumb cake which she says is an "absolutely lovely" cake and is perfect as a weekend brunch treat, afternoon snack, or after-dinner dessert.