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Get Your Fridge Ready for a Healthier New Year

Do you wake up on New Year’s Day and cringe when you open the fridge? How much stuff falls out when you open the doors? Or is it over stuffed? Exactly how far back are the healthier food choices like yogurt and fruit? Once you push past the leftovers, what’s […]

Assortment of Snacks
Non Dairy, Savory, Snack, Vegan, Vegetarian

Make These Easy Vegan Snacks For Grazers, Crunchers, Savages

I’ve been transitioning to vegan snacks for the past year. In my former life, cheesy cheddar nachos and crispy chicken wings were my faves. Now that I’m moving from plant curious to plant focused, things are different. I love a good snack. Over the years, I have built quite a […]

LA Dunn for Black Girls Eat

The Truth About Dating Noom and Our Eventual Breakup

Right out of the gate, Noom looked different. The app had a vibe that said, “Hey…I’m fun and interesting.” It was sleek and colorful. Looking to get out of the usual dieting rut that I fall into every year, I kept an ear to the ground for any whispers of […]

LA Holding Cornbread
Sides, Snack

How to Make the Ultimate Non Dairy Cornbread Today

In my mother’s house, cornbread was on the side of every dish. It was like the cherry on an ice cream sundae. It was the star. We didn’t need a special holiday for that yummy yellow square to emerge from the oven. In all honesty, I grew up on Jiffy […]

Woman Holding Tray of Caramel Apples

Easy Caramel Apples for Kids and Kids at Heart

Caramel apples are popular for about one month during the calendar year. October 31st just happens to be National Caramel Apple Day. Did you know it was invented by Dan Walker in the 1950s? It gets better. He was an employee at Kraft at the time. He basically is the […]

Slice Sweet Potatoes

The Best Vegan Sweet Potato Pie Recipe for Beginners

Vegan sweet potato pie is not something that I thought I would ever make. When I first started eating more plants, I didn’t focus on dessert. I’m just being honest. For me, making healthier food choices was about breakfast, lunch and dinner. I was not sure that I could make […]

Blogger to Blogger

How to Transform Your Business and Gain a New Mindset

What did you have to transform in order to keep advancing your dream? Is the kitchen table now the cubicle next to the pantry? Working from home hasn’t just changed how we work but it also has changed how we learn. The days of crowded conference rooms and cozy coffee […]

Falafel with Cucumber Dill Dressing
Main Dish

How to Make Easy Falafel With Cucumber Dill Dressing

Falafel is Fun to Make and Fun to Say My new Bae dish is falafel. I never imagined that it would be so easy to make. It is even more fun to say. Try saying it 3x fast. Add this recipe to your list and impress everyone. If you can […]


Easy Vegan Collard Greens for A New Holiday Tradition

Collard greens are one of the soul food dishes that you could get famous for if done right. And if it is done wrong–it is all the way wrong! Those that manage to season and cook down a delicious pot of greens for family gatherings will have guests show up […]


How to Make Awesome Coconut Vegan Quinoa Oatmeal

Coconut Quinoa Oatmeal is a mouthful. Luckily it’s a mouthful of healthy and nutritious yummy. And yes! It’s insanely easy to make right in your own kitchen. Packed with all the fiber and nutrients you need to get the day started. I hated oatmeal as a kid. It was always […]

The Great Pumpkin

You Can Make This Easy Vegan Pumpkin Soup Recipe

Pumpkin flavored everything is every where right now. You can’t escape it. From the coffee shops to the bakery–it is the season! As the leaves change color and the wind picks up, I always find myself reaching for a warm bowl of goodness. My family recently spent the day walking […]

Woman in Vegan Lite Shirt
Self Care

Plant Based Myths That Get in the Way of Progress

Plant-based myths can make you nervous. The words vegan and vegetarian still causes raised eyebrows in some places. The concept of eating mostly plants or not eating animal products is not new. What is new is how much access we have to information about vegan/vegetarian lifestyles. So, it’s important to […]

Black Woman Without Stress
Self Care

Stress: Going Green Could Keep You From Seeing Red

Stress can lead to failing physical and mental health. African-Americans are more likely to experience stress due to discrimination, exposure to violence, inadequate housing and lack of access to appropriate health care. Stress in the workplace or even when working from home can have damaging effects on self-esteem, productivity and […]