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Pumpkin Spice Puppy Chow

Pumpkin, Spice & Everything Nice!

It’s FINALLY time for pumpkin + pumpkin spice flavor to return to our kitchens, favorite stores and products. We-re not the only ones; Americans love pumpkin so much that last year 37 percent of the population bought a pumpkin-flavored item[1]. We also buy enough pumpkin spice flavored items to make the economic market skyrocket. Pumpkin spice is a $361 million dollar franchise each year.

tacos

18 Tantalizing Recipes for National Taco Day

Happy National Taco Day! Although we frequently celebrate #TacoTuesday, we’ll take any excuse to eat tacos 😉 Everyone seems to love tacos so much, that billions are consumed each year. In fact, in 2012 4.5 billion tacos were eaten worldwide, across 30,910 Mexican restaurants. To give you a better understanding, 4.5 billion tacos stretches 490,000 miles of tacos. That’s enough to travel to the MOON… yes the moon, and back! That’s also 775 million pounds of tacos equivalent to the weight of 2 Empire State Buildings in New York, New York[1]!

Pizza Party

How to Throw a Pizza Party Minus the Gluten

Our friends at Freschetta® recently partnered with several bloggers to prove it’s easy to throw a gluten-free pizza party that’s fun, delicious and safe for your family and friends. We wanted to share our favorite ideas with our readers because we know it’s hard to find a gluten free pizza everyone can agree on.

Turn That Bag of Frozen Vegetables Into Dinner!

It’s National Frozen Food Month, and it’s time to give a round of applause to the hard-working category of frozen vegetables. While many people may look down their noses at the frozen food aisle, frozen vegetables can be the star of your healthiest meals. It’s also National Nutrition Month, which means it’s time to “put your best fork forward” in order to make small, simple changes in your eating that can reap big rewards in your health. Here’s my top tip for a little change that yields great results: Just eat more vegetables—fresh, canned, or frozen. 

Grands Green Bean Casserole

Get Cozy with your Favorite Comfort Foods

Whether it’s to chase away the winter blues or bring back memories of childhood, we are a nation that loves to indulge in comfort foods. Why? Oxford dictionary added a definition for “comfort food” in 1997[1]. They are foods that provide a sense of well-being and are associated with childhood or home-cooking[2]. No matter what foods say “comfort” to you, we’ve rounded up some hearty and classic recipes that are sure to hit the spot.