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Quick and Easy One-Pot Recipes


Cooking dinner sounds less intimidating if you only have one dish to clean up afterwards. That’s why we have gathered 7 delicious, easy one pot meals. No mess, no stress!

Honey Garlic ShrimpHoney Garlic shrimp

Get the recipe from Kevin and Amanda.

Vegetarian Pasta Primavera

Get the recipe from Oh My Veggies.

Sweet Potato Burrito Bowls

Get the recipe from Chelsea’s Messy Apron.

Seven Vegetable Minestrone Soup

Get the recipe from Mama Miss.

Enchilada Pasta

Get the recipe from Taste and Tell.

Summer Seafood Stew

Get the recipe from Feasting at Home.

Teriyaki Chicken and Pineapple Rice

Get the recipe from Carlsbad Cravings.

Have a favorite One Pot Meal Recipe? Tweet us @EatSmartScales!

Charity of the Month – Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

EatSmart fans will continue to select a Charity of the Month in 2016. Fans will submit short stories about the charity’s mission and why it’s meaningful to them. We began our Charity of the Month donations in 2011.Juvenile_Diabetes_Research_Foundation_(logo)We’ve selected Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) as our charity of the month for May. Our fan, Brian Perino, wrote to us,

I am the father of a Type 1 Diabetic 9 year old little girl named Sienna and have been fundraising for JDRF (Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) for over 4 years now. By today, Sienna will have had over 12,000 finger sticks on her tiny fingers. She will have had more than 11,000 shots of insulin on her small body and will have been living with Type 1 Diabetes for over 1,610 days. Sienna is only 9 years old and was diagnosed 4 1/2 years ago at the age of 5.

What is Type 1 Diabetes?

Type 1 Diabetes happens when the immune system attacks and kills off the insulin producing cells in the pancreas. Insulin is the hormone that helps sugar to enter the body’s cells. This is how our bodies get energy. Sienna’s pancreas will no longer make insulin and without insulin, she will die.

Type 1 Diabetes has nothing to do with poor eating habits or obesity as many believe. That is a different type of diabetes. She did nothing to get Type 1 Diabetes. Type 1 Diabetes is an auto immune disease. There is no cure!

Every carbohydrate at every meal or snack must be counted. Then the carbohydrates must be perfectly balanced immediately through injections. These injections act like a healthy pancreas would act.

Can you imagine having a shot for every meal, every snack, every day? There are no exceptions and there is NEVER a day off. It is a stressful and exhausting job, just to keep our daughter alive each and every day.

Type 1 Diabetes is a 24/7, 365 day disease. Not only do we check her blood sugar numbers during the day (by pricking her fingers), we also get up at midnight and 3am every night to check her blood sugar and give her carbs or insulin, if needed. Yes, that means as parents of a child with Type 1 Diabetes we have not had a full night’s sleep in over 4 years. Imagine being woken up in the middle of the night from a deep sleep and told that you need to eat something or drink a juice box. Then wait 15 minutes and re-test your sugar to ensure your levels went up before you go back to sleep. Sienna has endured these sleepless nights too many times to count. If we don’t do these checks and her sugars drop too low, she may never wake up in the morning. That is how serious this disease is.


The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) is the #1 non-profit fundraiser of diabetes research worldwide. They’re helping to develop research and are closer to a cure and life-changing treatments than ever before. Your support and JDRF will help get us there.

All donations go directly to fund research for a cure and life changing medical advancements.

The mission of  JDRF:

JDRF works every day to change the reality of this disease for millions of people—and to prevent anyone else from ever knowing it—by funding research, advocating for government support of research and new therapies, ensuring new therapies come to market and connecting and engaging the T1D community. Founded by parents determined to find a cure for their children with T1D, JDRF expanded through grassroots fundraising and advocacy efforts to become a powerhouse in the scientific community with more than 100 U.S. locations and six international affiliates. We’ve funded nearly $2 billion in research to date and made significant progress in understanding and fighting the disease. We must keep up the pace of funding so progress doesn’t slow or stop entirely.

For every new Facebook follow we (EatSmartProducts) acquire during the month of May, we will donate 50 cents/follower to JDRF. (So spread the word!)

Click below, follow us and EatSmart will donate!

If interested in submitting a charity for consideration, please email The donation amount will be capped at 500 new followers/likes.

Peanut Butter Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookies

This healthy chocolate chip cookie recipe uses only honey as a natural sweetner. With a cake-like consistency, these cookies are the perfect combination of peanut butter, oatmeal and chocolate. Remember, accurate measuring of ingredients by volume, leads to superior tasting cookies! Our Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale will help with all of your baking needs.



  • 144 grams (1.5 cups) Rolled Oats
  • 93 grams (3/4 cup) Whole Wheat Flour (or flour of your choice)
  • 1 tablespoon Baking Powder
  • 1/3 tablespoon of Salt
  • 128 grams (1/2 cup) Peanut Butter
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1/2 cup Honey (or liquid sweetener of your choice)
  • 1 tablespoon Vanilla
  • 2 heaping tablespoons melted Coconut Oil
  • 174 grams (1 cup) Chocolate Chips


Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Mix dry ingredients together, followed by wet ingredients. Lastly, add the chocolate chips.
Drop by tablespoonfuls on baking sheets lined with parchment paper.
Bake 12 minutes or until edges are golden brown.
Let cool on sheets on wire racks 5 minutes.
Makes about 24 cookies.


2016 Mother’s Day Gift Guide

mothers-day-gift-guideLet’s face it – Mom is busy! Any tools that can help her save time and live a healthier and happier life are much appreciated. We put together five Mother’s Day gift ideas that she will continue to use (and enjoy!) for years to come. What’s even better? They won’t break the bank – all coming in under $35!


#1 For the Mom-To-Be

Many factors go into how much weight a woman will gain during pregnancy, ranging anywhere from 25 to 40 pounds. Help her monitor her health at-home with the EatSmart Precision Tracker Digital Bathroom Scale. At each weigh in, the scale will display three readings: current weight, weight change from the last weigh in, and total change from starting weight. A healthy weight gain equals a healthy baby and quicker recovery after delivery. | $29.95

#2 For the Mom Who’s Always Cooking or Baking

The EatSmart Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale is the perfect gift for the “foodie” mama who loves to cook or bake. The sleek scale measures up to 11lbs and has the capability to weigh ingredients in four different units; ounces, pounds, grams and kilograms. The tare button automatically eliminates the weight of a bowl or plate. Accurate measuring of ingredients leads to superior baked goods and delicious meals for the entire family. | $19.95Available in 5 color options

#3 For the Mom Who Loves to Workout

The EatSmart Precision Body Check Body Fat Scale allows Mom to quickly and easily measure her body weight, BMI, % body fat, % muscle mass, % total body water and bone in the comfort of her own home. The daily caloric intake feature estimates how many calories are needed to maintain her current weight. Being aware of body composition is an important way to monitor your health and any fit mama knows, weight is more than a number. | $34.95

#4 For the Mom Who Loves to Grill

The EatSmart Precision Elite Thermocouple Food Thermometer is a great tool for the Mom who loves to work the grill. The Precision Elite reads the temperature of meat in 3 seconds or less. The 1.5 mm probe ensures the juices stay in the meat, keeping it moist. Let her impress family and friends with meals grilled to perfection. | $19.95

#5 For the Jet-Setting Mom

Whether Mom travels for business or pleasure, arriving organized helps her save time. The TravelWise Packing Cube System 5 Piece Set is a travel essential that allows clothes to stay neatly folded in their own individual compartments or “small drawers”. Packing cubes maximize space in her suitcase and the mesh inserts allow her to see exactly what is in each cube. | $24.95 – Available in 5 color options

Which gift would your Mom appreciate? Tweet to us @eatsmartscales.

Why You Should Be Eating Chia Seeds and 7 Easy Recipes

ESP_chia_seeds_pinterestWhat are chia seeds and why should you be eating them? Chia seeds, yes the ch-ch-ch-chia of TV fame, come from the mint plant and are incredibly healthy for you. These little seeds are provide a massive amount of nutrients with few calories! High in protein and fiber, they have been proven to aid in weight loss and even reduce blood pressure.

Fun fact: “Chia” is the ancient Mayan word for “strength.” Legend has it that the Aztecs and Mayans used chia seeds to fuel performance.

Here’s what a serving of chia seeds looks like: Chia-Seed-Serving-Kitchen-Scale

Here are a few reasons why you should be including these seeds in your diet:

Chia seeds are rich in antioxidants

Antioxidants help protect our cells from the damages of free radicals which can damage molecules in cells and contribute to ageing and diseases like cancer. They can also keep our skin in great condition, which may translate to fewer wrinkles!

They’re a good source of protein

A serving of chia has 4 grams of protein. That may not sound like a lot but when paired with nuts or other proteins it really adds up.

Chia seeds are packed with fiber

Two tablespoons of chia sees have 10 grams of fiber. That’s twice as much as a bowl of oatmeal. Fiber keeps the body regular and can help prevent chronic disease.

They’re full of Omega-3 Fatty Acids

A one ounce serving of chia seeds has nearly 5 grams of omega 3’s, which is the same amount found in 4 ounces of salmon. That’s great news for anyone who is not a fan of eating fish every day!

Chia seeds are high in calcium

Chia seeds provide 18 percent of your daily calcium needs, perfect for those who stay away from dairy. Calcium is essential for bone health.ESP_chia_seeds_list

Chia seeds are tasteless so throw some into your favorite oatmeal or smoothie recipe for an added nutrition boost. When they get wet they become gelatinous, making them perfect for jellies, puddings and smoothies.

For those feeling a bit more creative, here are 7 super simple recipes:

Blackberry Chia Seed Jam by Two Peas and Their Pod

Strawberry Chia Seed Smoothie Bowl by Tastes of Lizzy T

Chia Fresca by Oh She Glows

Overnight Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding by Minimalist Baker

Cheesy Chia Seed Crackers by The Iron You

Peanut Butter Chia Seed Energy Bars – Low Carb and Gluten Free by All Day I Dream About Food

Chocolate Banana Chia Seed Smoothie by A Beautiful Mess

What’s your favorite way to eat chia seeds? Tweet to us @eatsmartscales.

10 Apps for Your Healthy Lifestyle

ESP_apps_for_healthy_lifestyle_pinterest A healthy lifestyle doesn’t require a thousand gadgets and gizmos to track every movement and log every bite you eat. You just need one tool that is always within arm’s reach: your smartphone. With these (mostly free!) apps, you can amp up your workout, keep yourself motivated and live healthier.

Food Journaling:

Food journaling is the easiest, and most effective, way to count calories. When paired with one our kitchen scales, food journaling will help you reach, or maintain, your target weight.

MyFitnessPal – Free & Premium
MyFitnessPal has 5 million foods in its database and includes a barcode scanner to easily input foods. It will calculate your daily calorie allowance based on your activity level. If you’d rather not log each activity, it can connect to your fitness tracker or utilize the onboard motion processor. Alarm notifications can remind you to log your meals and weigh in.

What We Like About It: If you cook often, you can save a recipe’s ingredients for easy access. Restaurant Logging shows you a menu with calorie counts of restaurants around you.


We know running isn’t for everyone. The following apps will help everyone – from casual walkers to marathoners – meet their fitness goals.

C25K – Free
This app will help you go from your couch to running a 5K in two months. C25K has 3 running plans per week, beginning with a brisk warm-up, and voice prompts alternate you between walking and jogging as you increase your stamina. Listen to music in your iTunes, Apple Music or RockMyRun.

What We Like About It: The interface is easy to use, and training is only 3 times per week. Graduate from C25K to 10K Trainer Pro when you’re ready to go the distance.

Charity Miles – Free
With Charity Miles, you can choose from a list of 37 charities and support your favorite cause. For extra motivation, create a team and invite your friends.

What We Like About It: It’s an extra incentive to put in those miles. If you’re already an avid runner, this app will help you support a worthy cause.

Zombies, Run! – Free
If Zombieland taught us anything about the Zombie Apocalypse, it’s that speed is super important. In Zombies, Run!, the app combines a story/game with your run. Imagine your helicopter making an emergency landing and running to the safe zone – dodging zombies along the way. Each run is a new mission, unfolding more of the story.

What We Like About It: An innovative, fun way to go for a run for those who really enjoy zombies.

RockMyRun – Free & Premium
Bored of the same exercise music and need a boost? RockMyRun has thousands of DJ mixed playlists to choose from. Best of all, you can tailor the BPM manually or to match your stride with the accelerometer or heart rate with the AppleWatch.

What We Like About It: There’s a genre for EVERYONE, from country to 80’s favorites.

Exercise Routines:

These apps will lead you through a balanced workout plan. Think of it as a personal trainer in your phone.

SworkitFree with paid upgrades
Sworkit is a suite of several apps to target whatever you want – abs, legs, flexibility, etc. Choose what you want to exercise and how much time you want to dedicate to it. Before you begin exercising, a helpful video pops up demonstrating all the moves in the circuit. It can also connect to your Apple Watch.

What We Like About It: The videos give clear instruction of each move, and exercises are performed with body weight resistance, so you don’t need any equipment.

Johnson & Johnson Official 7 Minute Workout – Free
7 Minute Workout is a guided exercise app with video and audio cues. Beginners start with 7 minutes and progress to 30-minute workouts for advanced users. Create and save custom workouts, and set workout reminders for yourself. It can connect to your Apple Watch.

What We Like About It: Includes warm-ups! Easily tailor Smart Workouts with what exercises you like and dislike.


Sleep is often neglected, but it’s critical to allow your body to rest and repair the muscles you’ve been exercising.

Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock Free with paid upgrades
The Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock analyzes your sleep cycles and wakes you when you are at your lightest stage of sleep, so you wake up feeling refreshed.

What We Like About It: You wake up feeling more refreshed, and the data will help you understand how your sleep is affected by daily stress, alcohol, etc.

Sleep Machine – $1.99
The ultimate white noise machine. It comes loaded with 71 ambient sounds, 9 ambient music tracks, and 14 mixes. You can even mix in your music from iTunes. It also features an alarm clock to wake you with your favorite mix.

What We Like About It: Easy to use. Our personal favorite mix: Beach 2, Thunder (Distant), Campfire, & Wind Chime.

What healthy lifestyle apps can’t you live without? Share in the comment section or let us know on Facebook or Twitter.


11 Ways to Walk More on National Walking Day


We spend more time sitting than ever before. Whether it’s at work, on our commute, or home in front of the computer, this sedentary lifestyle is having negative effects on our health. Studies continue to prove “sitting is the new smoking” and can even lead to a shorter lifespan!

The American Heart Association has declared the first Wednesday in April National Walking Day. To celebrate, all you need to do is lace up comfortable shoes and walk for 30-minutes. Walking is great for your health, and you don’t need any fancy equipment or trendy fitness gear.

Does finding 30-minutes to walk on a regular basis seem impossible? We have some easy and fun ways to get more walking into your day.

  1. Walk and talk. Need to return some calls?  Catch up on your calls while taking a walk.
  2. Always opt for the stairs. Skip the elevator and the escalators and walk up the stairs instead.
  3. Walk the dog. Rather than let Fido run in the backyard, take him for a walk. You’ll both enjoy the fresh air and exercise.
  4. Skip the coffee shop or happy hour at the bar. Instead of sitting in a restaurant, head to the park for a catch-up session with your friends.
  5. Walk at lunchtime. Get away from your desk and clear your head with a lunchtime walk. You can walk with friends or take some time for yourself.
  6. Park further away. Whether you’re shopping or in the parking lot at work, choose a spot far away from the entrance to give you more time to walk
  7. Get off a stop or two early. Commute via train or bus? Get off a stop or two earlier than you need to and walk the rest of the way.
  8. Go see your colleague. Rather than sending an email or calling your co-worker with a question get up and walk to his or her desk. Bonus if she works on another floor and you take the stairs!
  9. Create active family time. Get everyone together for a walk after dinner, rather than sitting down in front of the TV.
  10. Do your errands on foot. Do you need to hit some local stores or pick up dinner? Leave the car at home and walk instead.
  11. Treat yourself to a pedometer. Invest in your health and keep yourself accountable by tracking how many steps you take per day.


Do you have some creative tips on fitting more walking into your busy day? Share them with us on Twitter at @Eatsmartscales.

Charity of the Month – The Jack Morton Foundation

EatSmart fans will continue to select a Charity of the Month in 2016. Fans will submit short stories about the charity’s mission and why it’s meaningful to them. We began our Charity of the Month donations in 2011.

Jack Morton Foundation New Logo

We’ve selected The Jack Morton Foundation as our charity of the month for April. Our fan, Larry Reno, wrote to us,

Jack is my Grandson!  He was three years old when he was diagnosed with stage 4 Neuroblastoma.  Jack received treatment at the Phoenix Children’s Hospital in Phoenix, AZ – they saved his life!

The Jack Morton Foundation was founded by Jack’s Mom and my Daughter to raise awareness of Neuroblastoma and to raise funds for research that hopefully one day will lead to a cure.

No child or family should have to experience the pain associated with childhood cancer – 100% of funds raised go directly to the hospital for research.

In contrast, The American Cancer Society directs only $0.01, a penny, towards Childhood Cancer research for every dollar that is donated to the American Cancer Society!

We appreciate any and all promotions and donations.

The mission of  The Jack Morton Foundation:

Our mission is to raise awareness and funds for Neuroblastoma cancer. We stand up for the little fighters because they can’t do it for themselves.

To learn more about The Jack Morton Foundation, please visit their website.

For every new Facebook follow we (EatSmartProducts) acquire during the month of April, we will donate 50 cents/follower to The Jack Moron Foundation. (So spread the word!)

Click below, follow us and EatSmart will donate!

jack morton foundation_squareIf interested in submitting a charity for consideration, please email The donation amount will be capped at 500 new followers/likes.

11 Reasons Why You Aren’t Losing Weight (And What You Can Do About It)


You’re eating smart, working out and yet you’re still not losing weight. You’ve tried diets, counting calories, new fitness routines, but the pounds still aren’t budging. As a result, you’re frustrated and searching for answers.

So, if you’re working so hard to lose weight, why aren’t you seeing results? It depends – reasons can vary from person to person. First, check with your doctor to make sure there are no underlying medical issues. If you get a clean bill of health, then one of these common habits is likely preventing you from shedding the unwanted pounds.

#1 You sit too muchsitting at work

This one is tough, especially for those with desk jobs. Even though you’re exercising regularly, you sit most of the day at work and retreat to your favorite spot on the couch as soon as you get home.

Solution: Sneak in movement

Take little breaks throughout the day to get up and move. Try setting alerts on your calendar, or phone, to remind you to move around for at least five minutes each hour. You could also wear a pedometer to monitor your activity level throughout the day.

#2 You have portion distortion

Do you eye your serving to decide if it’s the correct amount? A few extra ounces with each meal can result in weight gain or a plateau.

Solution: Measure out your portions

One way to be sure your portion sizes are correct is to measure out your food with our Precision Pro Digital Kitchen Scale. Our kitchen scale ensures that portions are accurate to the 0.1 ounce.

#3 You aren’t tracking your foods

It’s easy to forget about that pre-lunch granola bar or the bread you ate while dining out. When you don’t track your eating habits, you may think you’re eating healthier, and less, than you actually are

Solution: There’s an app for that

Apps such as MyFitnessPal let you track the foods you eat and when you eat them throughout the day. It can be an eye opener to see what you’re eating!

#4 You’re a fitness fiend


Exercise is great, and you should be moving on a regular basis. However, there can be too much of a good thing. Spending hours in the gym each day leads to hunger, burn out and exhaustion.

Solution: Ease back on the workouts

Your workouts should be short enough that you can still have a life after the gym session. When you’re tired, go easy and do something low impact such as yoga, or take a rest day. Always allow plenty of time for recovery – even elite athletes have an off-season! Also, mix things up. Over time, your body becomes accustomed to your exercise routine. You have to continually challenge yourself in new ways if you want to see results.

#5 You only track your weight

You weigh yourself regularly, but weight is just one measure of health and fitness. Are you losing body fat and gaining muscle mass? How is your BMI?

Solution: Measure all of your health metrics 

Certain scales, such as our Precision Body Check Bathroom Scale, measure your weight and estimate your body mass index (BMI), body water, muscle mass, body fat and calculate how many calories you need to maintain your current weight. With over 4,800 reviews on Amazon, our Precision GetFit Digital Body Fat Scale is a very popular at-home body composition monitor. These scales provide a more accurate picture of your health and fitness levels. Even though your weight might be stagnant, your body fat could be decreasing while muscle mass increasing. #winwin

#6 Mindless eating habits

Do you eat lunch while working and dinner while watching TV? You might be eating more food than you need to satisfy your hunger.

Solution: Skip multitasking and pay attention

Sit down to eat without distractions and take the time to chew your food. Put your fork down between bites and be sure to chew each mouthful least 20 times.

#7 You don’t sleep enough

woman sleeping in bed

When you’re busy, sleep often goes by the wayside. Sleep is vital to health because during this time, the body repairs muscles, restores energy and produces hormones that keep hunger in check.

Solution: Make sleep consistent each night

Create a wind-down ritual about 30 minutes before bed to relax your body and mind before sleep. Settling down at the same time each night creates a healthy habit.

#8 You eat the same foodsthermometer

When you stick to the same foods over and over you miss out on a variety of other vitamins, anti-oxidants and minerals. A varied diet ensures that you get both your macro and micro nutrients.

Solution: Try new foods and recipes

Adding new foods into your eating plan is fun, provides greater nutritional benefits, and keeps you from getting bored. Are you hesitant to try and cook new recipes?
Increase your confidence with our Precision Pro Instant Read Food Thermometer. You’ll be able to tell when your meal is cooked to perfection.

#9 You drink your calories


Fruit juices and pre-packaged smoothies can be loaded with sugar that add extra calories and leave you feeling hungry. Also those fancy drinks from Starbucks could be costing you 300-500 calories!

Solution: Eat the whole fruit and DIY

Instead of a big glass of orange juice, eat an orange. Make your own smoothies with your favorite fruits, Greek yogurt and spinach. For easy to make, healthy smoothie recipes, click here. For more tips on making healthier drink choices, click here.

#10 Your diet is too strictdieting too hard

You are afraid to eat any treats and monitor every bite of food that you eat. When you constantly deny yourself, you set yourself up for binge eating later on.

Solution: Treat yourself

Enjoy your favorite treats – in moderation! A small portion will satisfy your craving and can be a reward for a day of healthy eating.

#11 You eat the wrong snacksfries

A snack should be a mini-meal that nourishes you until your next meal. Sugary treats and snacks like chips and candy won’t keep you full.

Solution: Keep healthy treats on hand

Foods like apples and almond butter make great nutritious snacks. You could also make up a batch of healthy granola or protein bars to curb your hunger. Here are some of our favorite DIY recipes.

Did you overcome a weight loss plateau? Share your top tips with us on Twitter @eatsmartscales.


15 Easter Brunch Recipes


Easter is just a hop, skip and jump away! To help you celebrate and eat smart, we rounded up some of our favorite festive recipes. Whether you want healthier breakfast treats,  main courses and sides, or dessert, we have you covered. These tasty recipes will impress your family and guests while keeping holiday splurges under control.

Breakfast Sweets

Carrot Cake Oatmeal Bake
Get the recipe from Slim Pickin’s Kitchen.

Easter Egg Breakfast Popsicles
Get the recipe from Eats Amazing.

Clean Eating Blueberry French Toast Casserole
Get the recipe from The Gracious Pantry.

Carrot Cake Donuts
Get the recipe from Inside Bru Crew Life.

Main Courses & Sides

Herb Crusted and Stuffed Leg of Lamb with Mint Gremolata
Get the recipe from Feasting at Home.

Lemon Asparagus with Pistachios
Get the recipe from The Food Charlatan.

Broccoli Garlic Quiche
Get the recipe from Love & Olive Oil.

Red Wine Braised Brisket
Get the recipe from Food Done Light.

Quinoa, Asparagus, Pea and Lemon Salad
Get the recipe from Taming Twins.

Slow Cooker Ham (Paleo and AIP)
Get the recipe from Southern In Law.

Homemade Cheesy Potatoes Au Gratin
Get the recipe from Yummy Healthy Easy.

Asparagus Salad with Shrimp
Get the recipe from Simply Recipes.


Fruity Easter Egg Smoothie
Get the recipe from Amy’s Healthy Baking.

Healthy Vegan Carrot Cake with Cinnamon Cream Cheese Icing

Vegan-Carrot-Cake-Cearas-Kitchen-easter-foodGet the recipe from Ceara’s Kitchen.

No Bake Coconut Butter Easter Bunnies
coconut-butter-easter-bunniesGet the recipe from Sugar-Free Mom.

Vegan Carrot Cake Smoothie
Get the recipe from Southern In Law.

Do you have a favorite Easter recipe to share? Share it with us on Instagram by tagging @EatSmartProducts. Use the hashtag #getleanin2016 to enter our weekly Instagram giveaway!


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