3 Simple Tips To Make Healthy Eating Easier July 25, 2017 Jeannette Kaplun This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Wonderful Pistachios. The opinions and text are all mine. Do you feel you are too busy to make smart and healthy eating choices? If you said yes, you’re not alone, but we can change this. As part of my health goals for this year, I’m more mindful about what I eat. I’ve been doing more research on healthy snacks, fiber and the importance of not skipping meals.
An easy dessert recipe always comes in handy and this lemon mousse is simply delicious. It is one of my favorite desserts! Not only is it is super easy to make, but it’s also fresh, sweet, and perfect for summer. For an unexpected touch, I add vanilla cookies. 1 can of condensed milk (I use La Lechera)Juice of 3 lemons (if you like your desserts to be a bit more tart, add more lemon juice)2 packages of vanilla cookies (such as Nilla) or “galletas Maria”Enjoy!
It’s always fun to visit Disneyland but now it’s better than ever thanks to Summer of Heroes. When you visit Disney California Adventure, you’ll find superheroes, an exhilarating new ride and out of this world fun. I got to check out Summer of Heroes while I attended the D23 Expo and loved everything I saw and tried. I wish my kids were there with me! Here are my top 5 picks at Disneyland Resort’s Summer of Heroes. 1. Ride Guardians of the Galaxy–Mission: BREAKOUT!
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