This is a great tip that will produce perfectly moist cupcakes every time!
The other day my roommate and I had the opportunity to attend a healthy cooking class sponsored by the Class of 2013 Trustees. On the menu for the evening: Pasta with a Pesto/Alfredo sauce, Smoothies, and Cupcakes for dessert.
Cost per meal: $9.17
Cost per serving: $1.53
Prep time: 30 minutes
Estimated Calories: 400
This pasta dish is a quick meal for almost any night of the week. It also gives you a lot of food, so the leftovers will last you for awhile! For all of you vegetarians out there- this is a really easy dish to make meatless (see the Martha Stewart recipe where this is adapted from) without losing much of the meal.
I am not ashamed to admit it: I am 100% on the Chobani train. As someone who’s always looking for healthy food substitutions, I was elated to find out that Chobani can be a great alternative to many unhealthy options. Here’s an infographic explaining just how to substitute Chobani’s 0% Plain Yogurt in some of your favorite baked items. Enjoy!
Cost per serving: $0.93
Cost per meal: $7.44
Prep time: 10 minutes
Estimated calories per serving: 200
It’s been pretty cold here in Charlottesville recently, so I’ve been craving comfort food. This recipe has been on my “to-cook” list for quite awhile. It’s so easy to make, especially if you have a busy day ahead of you. You can throw everything in the crock pot before you leave for class and dinner will be ready to go once you get home!
I took down the spice level by a few notches, but if you’re feeling brave, you can head over to Skinnytaste (where this recipe’s been adapted from) to give the full-spice version a try.
Applesauce is a great way to make desserts (or any baked item) a little healthier. The basic rule of thumb for substitution with applesauce is as follows: