• Crisp Holiday Gift Guide: What to Get the Foodie on Your List

    Crisp Holiday Gift Guide: What to Get the Foodie on Your List

    Christmas trees and holiday lights are up and the holiday season is right around the corner! Enough procrastination, it's officially December! it’s time to start thinking about the people on your shopping list. We all have that friend or family member who loves to spice things up in the kitchen and come up with creative meal ideas. This person can be a little hard to impress, but thankfully Crisp has the perfect products for aspiring chefs and foodies in the kitchen. We've created a list of our favorite products, along with the type of cook who would enjoy them. Start prepping and finalizing that gift list!

  • 10 Tips for A Healthier Thanksgiving

    10 Tips for A Healthier Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving is a time to enjoy your family, and, let’s face it, the occasional treat. But this fun holiday is worrisome for people who are watching what they eat. To take some of the stress out, we compiled a few tips to keep your meal and choices healthy during this notoriously gluttonous time.

  • 5 Seasonal Fruits and Veggies to Incorporate Into Your Diet Now

    5 Seasonal Fruits and Veggies to Incorporate Into Your Diet Now

    Everyone knows they should be eating more fruits and veggies, but there's a sure fire way to get this nutritious and delicious items into your diet: eating in season. Take delight in wandering through the produce section and looking for something new to try. Maybe you can add something in season to a soup. Or make a delicious smoothie with a fruit you don’t get all year long. Or why don't you make a simple salad with and test your knowledge by using the freshest ingredients and products that are in season right now! Now that it’s fall and almost winter, there’s a bounty of in-season fruits and vegetables just waiting for you.

  • Dare to Cook Something New and Bold in the Kitchen

    Dare to Cook Something New and Bold in the Kitchen

    This past weekend, we celebrated "Cook Something Bold" Day at Crisp by encouraging everyone to try something new in the kitchen. We encourage all individuals to explore bold new flavors and tastes by going on a culinary adventure to Create with Crisp. Now, we’d like to think any healthy meal is a bold choice against the highly-processed, not-so-healthy foods that are so popular – but in case you need something even bolder to celebrate, here are a few suggestions.

  • 6 Ways to Celebrate Peanut Butter Lovers Month!

    6 Ways to Celebrate Peanut Butter Lovers Month!

    Peanut butter is a delicious treat, and luckily for us, it’s also a healthy one! Besides the fact that peanut butter is super tasty, it’s also filling and is a great choice for people who are trying to curb unhealthy snacking but still need nutrition. Peanut butter is a great source of protein and fiber help fight hunger, so you’ll avoid eating more later. This butter also has lots of good-for-you elements, like vitamin E, potassium, magnesium, and of course monounsaturated fat aka "the good fat."

    Of course, there are also many alternatives to peanut butter these days you can try too, including cashew butter, almond butter, coconut butter Now that you know that peanut butter is an indulgence worth indulging in, here’s some more good news: November is National Peanut Butter Lovers Month! Need even more reasons to give yourself a little peanut butter? How about 6 delicious ways to use peanut butter for healthy eating in your kitchen to use as part of your healthy lifestyle and cooking adventures!

  • 5 Ways To Eat Healthy At Home

    5 Ways To Eat Healthy At Home

    Modern life can be a hectic combination of to-dos, should-dos and haven’t-dones which, when combined, dish up a large daily dose of stress. Although we all know that healthy eating is important, there are only so many hours in the day between work, sleep and work again. When we’re running short on time, we often sacrifice delicious, healthy meals. Well, those days are over – or can be if you adjust your notion of meal planning, prepping and cooking just a little bit. When you’re filled up on healthy, real, whole foods, you might even feel better about all the other stressful things that surround you. Here are a few tips to eat healthy at home, even when you’re pressed for time.

  • Cooking with Alternative Oils

    Cooking with Alternative Oils

    Oil is the fuel that powers your everyday cooking. Whether you are frying, sautéing, roasting or dressing salads, oil is a must. While oil has gotten a bad rap in the past for being high in fat and hefty in calories, many people are realizing that the right oils provide valuable nutrients and healthy fats.

  • Why You Should be Meal Planning

    Why You Should be Meal Planning

    More and more, people are deciding to skip the fast food and cook at home and the best way to make cooking easy is to plan your meals ahead of time. Meal planning involves recipe-reading, list-making, food-prepping, and of course, cooking on your days off. But the payoff is huge: quick, easy, healthy meals that are ready to eat in minutes after a long day of work.

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