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These raspberry-lemon cupcakes are topped with an easy cream cheese frosting tinted pink with a little raspberry puree. For those unaccustomed to the mildly nutty flavor of whole-wheat flour (used in these cupcakes), the flavor of the raspberry puree swirled into the lemony cake makes the wheat flavor undetectable.
2 cups raspberries, fresh or frozen (thawed and drained)
That time of the year when you'll be seeing Jack-O-Lanterns everywhere is about to arrive. Those little witches, ghouls, zombies, vampires and other scary creatures will be roaming the streets hungry for candy and other treats and you need to be prepared. Or maybe you're the type that throws Halloween parties so you and your friends can make total fools out of yourselves by wearing goofy costumes and whatnot. Either way, here's a roundup of spectacularly good-looking Halloween recipes you can make at home – without those dreaded food dyes that drain the health out of the creep factor!
1. Spooky White Hot Chocolate
Back to school, means higher stress levels and more exposure to germs and infections. YAYA Multi + Minerals vitamin makes a great choice for children to help maintain peak health! And, because they are free from preservatives, gluten and gelatin, you can be sure they're good for your little ones.
YAYA Vitamin contains seven vitamins and nine minerals, including:
· Vitamin A essential for skeletal and soft tissue development
· Vitamin B for Red blood cells formation and nervous system development
· Vitamin C for resistance against infections and immunity increase
· Vitamin D for bone development
· Vitamin E as an antioxidant
· Folic Acid, Zinc, Selenium, Magnesium are also essential minerals for healthy tissue development.
This article, written by Louise Lambert was originally posted by Bodytree Studio.
With Ramadan fast approaching I'm being asked by clients how they can avoid falling into the trap of eating the wrong foods, as well as some of the associated problems such as headaches, constipation, low blood sugar levels and weight gain. Here are my top tips!