AUSTIN — New Years resolutions can consist of many things.
For one Austin area woman, cooking healthy in 2019 is vital.
"I’ve had some health issues recently and with several cancer diagnoses, my health is forefront in my mind," Hallie Braje said.
That’s why she plans on eating even healthier in the new year.
"I also want to finally lose the 10 pounds I keep on trying to lose," Braje said.
According to research by the University of Scranton, only eight percent of people achieve their New Year’s resolution goals.
And when it comes to eating healthy, food consultant Vanessa Musi said it has to be done by taking small steps.
"If you start subtracting pizzas and burgers, it will get pretty radical and you won’t be able to sustain that," Musi said. Happy Holidays guys! Thank you all for being here and for this wonderful community. I have been MIA because we had some issues with our baking school. So I made these happiness cookies because baking is my therapy and my sweet happy place. . Thanks to @honestlycranberry for the awesome original recipe which are the best shortbread cookies I have had. That’s a big claim but oh wow! So here’s my version: it’s low carb and #keto! So I can eat them (all). I made about 4 recipes to get this just right. . Imagine a #healthy French Sablee CRANBERRY KEY LIME ROSEMARY SHORTBREAD (killer combo!!) Definitely have some with an oat milk capuchino . . Ingredients: Makes: 24 medium cookies (8 gr each) 145 gr almond flour ¼ teaspoon @redmondrealsalt 80 gr grass fed butter 20 gr @lakantosweetener Golden 20 gr @lakantosweetener Classic ½ teaspoon vanilla extract 1 tablespoon coconut flour (8 gr) 1 tablespoon @bulletproof collagen powder (8 gr) 1 tablespoon Key Lime juice (bottled) 1 teaspoon chopped fresh rosemary leaves […]
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