Make Use of Leafy Greens

During late spring and early summer, leafy greens are readily available at many stores, pantries, and farmer’s markets. Many greens grow best when the days are warm and the nights are still cool. As the summer moves on, the weather can get too hot for leafy greens and they’ll start to taste bitter so take… Read more

Food Safety At Home

Have you ever had food poisoning? Queasy stomach, chills, fever, diarrhea and vomiting are just a few of the symptoms people experience when they eat enough bacteria that grows on food that has not been cooked or chilled properly. If you haven’t had food poisoning, have you ever had the “24 Hour Bug” or “24… Read more

Mindful Movement

If you set a resolution for the new year to exercise more, you may be finding it hard. Moving more can certainly improve your physical health and protect you from cardiovascular diseases, and it also boosts your mental health and overall well-being. It is recommended that adults get 150 minutes of moderate exercise or 75… Read more

Cooking for One

At different times in our lives we may find ourselves cooking and eating alone. Whether you’re a college student, on the other end of a break-up, or a new empty-nester, you may be having a hard time transitioning to cooking for just yourself. Working up the motivation to cook for yourself can be hard. This… Read more

Prep School: Using Dry Beans and Lentils

If you’ve stayed away from cooking dried beans or other dry legumes like lentils or split peas because you think it is complicated, think again. Yes, they take some time, but the most effort required is filling up a pot with water and letting it simmer on the stove. Beans and legumes are economical, the dried varieties are usually… Read more

7 Ways to Start Eating More Plant-Based

Plant-based diets are gaining in popularity and for good reason.They are associated with a number of health benefits, tend to be cheaper, and still offer plenty of variety and flavor. Plant-based diets feature plant foods like fruits, vegetables, legumes, and grains but they don’t need to be vegan or even vegetarian. You don’t need to… Read more

Winter Squash

To me, there are very few good things about winter. It’s cold, the sun doesn’t shine, and everything is white. However, one thing I do love about the winter season is the sense of coziness that comes along with it. The perfect winter day consists of getting all cuddled up under a blanket, watching a… Read more

New Year’s Food Traditions

Happy 2019! How’d you ring in the New Year? Out with friends, a quiet evening with family, solo with a good book? No matter how you spent it, Click ‘N Cook hopes you were able to celebrate with a good meal. The start of a new year is a time for many to start reflecting… Read more

Top 5 Posts of 2018

This past year was a year of growth and change for Click ‘N Cook. As the year comes to an end, we’d like to thank you for visiting Healthy Tips. We hope you’ve gained some nutrition knowledge and feel empowered to start off 2019 with some new healthy habits and recipes in mind. As we… Read more

Baking Challenges

We’re smack dab in the middle of Holiday Season: 2018. Everyone is busy, so busy, and it’s already December 6th. If you’re starting to feel the pressure, step away from the calendar, take a breath and turn on the oven. Let’s bake something. Baking can be a fun, relaxing and rewarding way to spend a… Read more