October is a month that is full of beautiful and bright colours. It's one of my favorite and most beloved months. I just love seeing my surroundings decorated with vibrant tones of orange, red, and yellow. It's so romantic!October is also pumpkin season. It's a time for pumpkin lovers to make everything from lattes to muffins and healthy halloween recipes. We must always remember that eating healthy has its benefits and, yes, eating pumpkin is healthy because it's high in fibre, potassium, pantothenic acid, magnesium, and vitamins C and E. So why not try a new pumpkin dish?
Making your own granola bars is a good idea. With the right amount of spices, your house will smell like autumn in an instant. But there's a catch to baking — it often requires time (and a lot of it). These no-bake autumn granola bars are here to the rescue. They will put you in a seasonal mood and they're perfect snacks that you can enjoy at home or at school with your friends. I've included the ingredients for the base of this recipe below. The add-ins are all optional. I encourage you to experiment with them and add different combinations of your favorite seeds and nuts into the no-bake autumn granola bars.
After a long, hot and hopefully smashing summer season, the time has finally come to get our fitness schedule back in order! I read the other day that September is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month. All of us can use this as a reminder show people how they can take steps toward a solution. If you know a younger person, don't forget that you're a role model for them. Help them to stay on track by reminding them to balance their meals with physical activity. Prepare these recipes for a child that you know and show him or her that healthier food can be delicious, too.