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What The Freekeh!


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This recipe might look familiar to you and here's why...

Our Curry-Spiced Grain Bowl has popped up once again! This beautiful basmati brown rice blend, which include red quinoa and freekeh, is now featured on the Food & Nutrition website. If you're looking for the full recipe for this bright and savory stir-fried grain bowl, then Click Here


Kam & Sham 

Not Your Average (Fall) Trail Mix



Everyone is looking for healthy snack ideas and we have one that is perfect for fall!

Now... what comes to mind when you see the words "trail mix." I'll tell you what I see... some dry peanuts and dusty M&M's that I wouldn't touch unless I was in the midst of a famine. But it's time to remix the trail mix!

Trail mix is like old-faithful. It's often mentioned as a great snack because it is an easy way to hit those salty-crunchy-sweet cravings, while still getting adequate protein, fiber, and nutrients. *insert yelling emoji* BUT IT DOES NOT HAVE TO BE BORING! I got so caught up on the traditional version of trail mix that I forgot I could simply make my own. 

Don't worry, I soon remembered how boss I am... and then proceeded to make my own.  

So... what's in the Not Your Average (Fall) Trail Mix?

Apple Slices - forget all the raisins. Fall is the perfect time to enjoy apples while they're in season. Don't sleep on the dried apple rings!

Dark Chocolate Shavings - Cocoa beans, the base for most chocolate, are rich in flavanols that can help your body fight against heart disease. Dark chocolate has a higher cocoa content than milk chocolate, which means more heart-healthy flavanols. (I tend to pick chocolate with at least 70% cocoa)

Pumpkin Seeds - It might be time to throw out the carved pumpkins, but I hope you kept those seeds! Pepitas (widely known as pumpkin seeds) are high in protein, magnesium, and zinc. Just roast them in a bit of olive oil and sea salt for a good munch.

Cinnamon Roasted Pecans - C'mon. What more can I say?

 Crispy Chipotle Chickpeas - You can't have a trail mix without a crunch! Chickpeas are a good source of plant-based protein and fiber, but the crispy chipotle version takes them to a new level.

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Life (and trail mix) is only as boring as you make it.



Recipe Remix: Peach Quinoa Breakfast Bowl



Clearly, we’re on a quinoa kick this month!  Our Recipe Remix features the stunning Caramelized Peach Quinoa Breakfast Bowl from Lindsay's blog (The Lean Green Bean).

When you think of quinoa, what comes to mind? …something savory, right? Quinoa is typically used to replace rice (and other grains) in some of our favorite dinner dishes.

But you can’t limit greatness! On Saturday, we will show you how to switch out your oatmeal for a warm and fruity quinoa bowl.  Incorporating quinoa into your morning routine adds protein that can help keep you full and focused throughout the day. This swap is definitely worth a try!

We like to think of this one as… healthy peach cobbler for breakfast.  We will be live on Facebook and IG this Saturday (9/23) to show you how we put our spin on things. Until then, find the full recipe here.

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Recipe Remix: Black Bean Fried Quinoa


Image courtesy of Marisa Moore

Image courtesy of Marisa Moore

What's this Recipe Remix business?

After reading through your emails, we know one of the biggest reasons why you struggle to make healthier food choices is because you don't know what to eat! You want more recipes and we think you deserve more recipes.

So... we worked together to bring you our Recipe Remix. On the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month, we will start featuring recipes from our favorite dietitians and foodie friends. Not only will the recipe idea drop on our blog, but we will live stream (via Facebook) our favorite way to prepare it.

We are starting September with Marisa Moore's Black Bean Fried Quinoa!

Are you looking for a simple weeknight dinner that can be done in 15 minutes? Well, we've got the answer! This delicious dish may not take much time to make, but the protein and fiber will keep you full through the night. Be sure to check out the FULL recipe and other yummy treats at

We will be going live on Facebook this Saturday (Sept, 9th) to show you how we remixed this recipe. If you aren't following us on social media, then now would be a good time to start! 

Image courtesy of Marisa Moore

Image courtesy of Marisa Moore

Like our Full On Faith Nutrition Facebook page or Follow us on Twitter / Instagram at Kam (@Kamaria_RDN) & Sham  (@Shamera_RDN)

Sweet Cayenne Grilled Carrots


Raw carrots. Roasted carrots. Boiled carrots. I can't be the only one who gets tired of eating the same ol' thing! I wasn't ready to give up on carrots, but I desperately needed something new.

So... this whole carrot hotdog craze caught my attention. (Yes, ppl are putting whole carrots in a hotdog bun!) Let me be clear... I believe there are certain foods that shouldn't be touched. If I'm going to have a hot dog, then please let me enjoy my hot dog. BUT... it did inspire me to heat up the (Foreman) grill. I threw my carrots in a brown sugar & cayenne glaze and the result was surprisingly delicious.

Eating vegetables is great, but eating food you enjoy is also important. If you're feeling bold, then try these Sweet Cayenne Grilled Carrots.


  • Carrots (1 bunch)
  • 2 tablespoons Olive Oil
  • 2 tablespoons Brown Sugar
  • 1 teaspoon Salt
  • 1 teaspoon Pepper
  • 1/2 teaspoon Garlic
  • 1/4 teaspoon Ginger
  • 1/4 teaspoon Cayenne

Garnish with parsely


  1. Heat grill (or grill pan) to medium-high heat. While grill is heating up - wash, peel, and cut carrots diagonally into ¼-inch-thick slices.

  2. Combine olive oil, brown sugar, salt, pepper, garlic, ginger, and cayenne in one bowl. Add carrots - toss and coat evenly.

  3. With tongs, place carrots on grill rack. Grill for 5-7 minutes, until the carrots develop sear marks and begin to soften. Flip, cover, and grill carrots for another 5-7 minutes.

Carrots should be tender with a hint of crunch in the center!

Don't be afraid to try something different