What tools I keep in my kitchen to make cooking easy and fun!


Photography by Shadi Garman

Top: Club Monaco Jeans: AG

Hi Guys! Welcome back to the blog. I honestly can’t believe I am posing in front of my stove because if you can believe it, I used to HATE cooking. Yes, hate. I can use that word because I really didn’t like it one bit. A lot of that stemmed from the fact that I used to be really terrible at it. I never enjoyed helping in the kitchen as a child and felt like it was more a chore than anything to help peel carrots and potatoes. Flash forward to 2019, and cooking has become one of my very favorite things to do.

I began my journey with cooking when I started the F-factor diet. You can read more about my journey with that here. Back in early 2018, I had decided to try the F-factor diet and I needed to be more in control of my meals. Before starting F-factor, I would say that Matt did a lot of the cooking and we would cook maybe 1-2 times a week MAX.  We ordered takeout a lot. Luckily there are some really healthy and delicious takeout places in our neighborhood, but we shouldn’t have been eating out so much. It’s not cheap and nothing beats a home cooked meal, right?! I began preparing meals for us, and once I started to see real results from F-factor, I began to look forward to being in the kitchen. Cooking became a kind of adventure! I started to develop recipes and realized I actually have a knack for it! I mean the only person who really eats my cooking is my husband so the trial group isn’t that large ha! BUT he loves my cooking and that’s the only affirmation I need.

Let me just say that I am not a chef and I most certainly never will be. Well, never say never ;). That said, I really love cooking and sharing my recipes with you guys. A big part of the enjoyment of cooking in my kitchen is that I have the tools that make cooking a breeze. I am a Mom and that comes first, I simply don’t have time, to well, take my time cooking. I like to create easy, do-able, f-factor approved and delicious meals. That’s my goal. It’s been so fun and I love that the options are truly endless.

There are a few things in my kitchen that I wanted to share are necessities to keep cooking “easy.” Take a look at the list below for what they are and why I must have them stocked in my kitchen:


  1. Kitchen aid mixer: We got this mixer as a wedding gift from Matt’s Mom. If you follow me on Instagram, then you know I use this mixer almost once a day for basically anything and everything! It makes mixing SO much easier. It’s hands free and you can control the attachments and speed based on whatever you are making. I use it to prep waffles, my banana bread, sauces, etc. The options are endless. I LOVE this mixer and really recommend it.
  2. Breville Waffle Maker: I am a huge f-factor waffle fan and this waffle maker is the best I’ve found. It isn’t cheap, but it’s the best! It makes 4 waffles at a time and has a built in timer so you can walk away and dilly dally in the kitchen until your waffles are ready. I use this waffle maker a million times a week to prep my waffles. Highly recommend!
  3. Staub Baking dish:  This baking dish is amazing! The quality is incredible and the 7 1/2 x 6 size is the best for my banana bread.
  4. Magnetic Knife holder:  This is kind of random, but I love having a magnetic knife holder. If you are an urban dweller like me, then you know how nice it is to discover ways to make space. This knife holder alleviated the need for a knife caddy on the countertop which surprisingly saves a lot of space. I also love how easily accessible all my cooking knives are at all times. The magnet is super high quality and the knives and scissors do not move unless you pull up on them. We got the 15″ size. It’s great!
  5. Scanpan:  This pan is LIFE. We have had this for years. Yes it is pricey, but you will get your use out of it for sure. My Mom and Papa gave this to us as a wedding gift and raved about it. It’s been amazing.
  6. Small Food Processor: This small food processor is what I use to pulverize my GG crackers for a ton of different recipes. I also use it to crumble chicken sausage when I make my low-carb lasagna. It’s the perfect apartment size food-processor.
  7. Donut Molds:  I love making F-factor donuts and these donut molds are perfect for them! I also just recently made Lashes and Lemons double chocolate muffins in these donut molds. Her recipe makes 4 muffins,  but by using a donut pan you actually get 6 donuts from her recipe! As long as you don’t care that there is a hole in your muffin, these are a great option! I call them muffin-donuts haha!
  8. The Magic bullet: Matt and I use this to make our F-factor protein shakes. You can drink your shake directly out of the cup used to blend it! It is another great option for a small apartment.

I hope you guys enjoyed this roundup of items I can’t live without in my kitchen. If you are interested in what I keep stocked in my pantry, you can always head over to The food Shop!


Oven-Roasted Carrots with low carb, high fiber syrup and goat cheese!

Hi guys! I am super excited to share this recipe with you all. I recently discovered Sukrin Gold high fiber syrup. It’s become my go-to honey and syrup replacement and does not disappoint in flavor. For just two tablespoon of this syrup, you get 28 grams of fiber which equals it out to only 3 net carbs per serving. I use this syrup in a ton of recipes because it caramelizes beautifully and adds a delicious flavor without the guilt. I like to serve this side with all kinds of main courses, and it’s a crowd pleasure for sure. Check out the ingredients and directions below:


  • 1 bag of rainbow carrots (I also add in baby carrots if I have some in my refrigerator). 1 bag feeds two people. They shrink up when they are roasted so double this recipe if you are feeding more than 2 🙂
  • Sukrin gold high fiber syrup
  • Crumbled goat cheese
  • Olive oil spray
  • Salt and pepper for flavor


  • Set your oven to 400 degrees
  • Peel all the carrots and cut off the ends. Cut into 1-2 inch pieces. It doesn’t really matter how you cut them, as long as they are all relatively the same size and will roast the same in the heat. If you are using baby carrots, you do not need to peel them but just chop them in half length wise
  • Once carrots are peeled and cut into pieces, place parchment paper on top of a baking sheet. Place the carrots on the parchment paper and spread them out so they are evenly dispersed and none are on top of each other
  • Spray the olive oil spray all over the carrots so that they are fully coated
  • Season with salt and pepper
  • Roast at 400 degrees for 10 minutes
  • Take the carrots out of the oven and drizzle the Sukrin high fiber syrup on the carrots and then mix them around so they are all coated. Place back in the oven and roast the carrots for around 25-35 minutes. Use a fork to test if the carrots are ready. You should be able to easily put your fork into the carrot
  • Once they are roasted, remove from the pan and place into a large bowl. Sprinkle 1/4 cup crumbled goat cheese into the bowl and mix it all up.
  • Serve and enjoy!


Cauliflower bun Chicken Burgers

If you follow me on Instagram, then you know I am all about easy and healthy meals. I love to cook, but I am definitely a novice cook and cut corners wherever and whenever I can. That said, I really do love to cook and to  get a bit creative by re-using a lot of the same ingredients to save my family time and money. This recipe isn’t really a “recipe” per say, because I am not making anything from scratch. Either way, it’s delish and when I shared this idea for dinner on instagram stories you all went crazy for it so I had to share.

I used my favorite roasted red pepper cauliflower pizza crust by Califlour foods to make the “buns.” I baked the crust according to the directions on the box, but left the crust in the oven for a few more minutes to ensure it was crispy enough to act as a bun. Once the crust had cooled, I put a round glass cup top down on the crust and cut out four individual circular bun-shaped pieces. I was left with a bit of leftover crust, which I saved and used as crackers to dip into hummus. No crust was wasted! Keep in mind that this recipe makes two burgers. If you want to make this for more people just double it etc. I also wanted to shout out this Sukrin high fiber syrup. It is so delicious and is low calorie and low net carb, high fiber. I use it on everything!!! It’s amazing. Ok, on to the actual recipe. I hope you guys enjoy!


  • 1 cauliflower pizza crust: I used the red pepper flavor by Califlour foods, but you can use any brand you prefer.
  • 2 Chicken Burger Patties: I used the Aidells Smoked Gouda and bacon chicken patties, but you can use any type of chicken burger you want. You could also make this with turkey burgers, or even lean beef patties.
  • 1 handful of arugula
  • Goat cheese crumbles
  • Sukrin high fiber syrup
  • A handful of roasted tomatoes (to make this, just spray cherry tomatoes with a little olive oil spray and place into a baking pan. Roast on low heat (250-300 degrees) for 1-2 hours. The longer you roast the more delicious they become. Thank you @Julethebee for this tip! PS: If you don’t have roasted tomatoes, you can skip them all together or add in a few raw cherry tomatoes


  • If you are roasting tomatoes, make sure the tomatoes are cooked before you begin making the burgers
  • Bake 1 califlour Foods Pizza crust according to the directions. Then add a few minutes to the baking time to ensure the crust is a bit crispy
  • While the crust is baking, cook your chicken burgers according to the directions
  • Once the crust is done baking and has cooled for 10 minutes or so, cut out 4 round shaped “buns”
  • Now it’s time to make your burgers! Place one “bun” on a plate. Then add your chicken burger with some of the goat cheese crumbles, roasted tomatoes, a bit of arugula and the high fiber syrup. I like to drizzle a teaspoon of the fiber syrup on top of the burger.
  • Top your burger with the other “bun” and enjoy!





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Delicious red pepper, goat cheese and chicken sausage pizza (F-Factor Approved)


Hi Friends and welcome back to the blog! I am super excited to share with you my new favorite pizza recipe that I put together the other night! The main ingredient in this recipe is the cauliflower pizza crust by Califlour Foods. I have limited time as a Mom and making my own pizza crust before making any pizza is just not going to happen ha! I purchase these pizza crusts in bulk and keep them in my freezer. Each pizza has only 1 net carb per serving making the entire crust only 3 grams net carbs. If you are making this pizza for more than one person, just double or triple the ingredients to make sure you have enough for your pizza toppings. You can take the crusts directly from the freezer and place them in the oven.  I had an overwhelming response to this recipe after I shared the step by step on Instagram, so I wanted to share the recipe with you guys! This is one of my favorite pizza recipes I have ever made and was a huge hit with my husband. I hope you all enjoy!



  • Start by roasting your tomatoes. Place your tomatoes in a glass casserole pan or baking tray. Spray with an olive oil cooking spray and bake at 250-300 degrees for however long you want. The longer you roast them, the more delicious they become. Spread them around a bit periodically while they cook. I learned this from @Julethebee
  • Start by baking your pizza crust according to the instructions on the box. I like a crispier crust and usually bake mine at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. Be sure to bake your crust on top of parchment paper. This will keep the crust from sticking to your pan or pizza stone.
  • While the crust is baking, sauté your sliced onions and chicken sausage. Keep in mind the sausage is cooked so you are just heating it up. It should be browned just a little. By the time your onions are sautéed the sausage should be done. (3-4 minutes)
  • Once the pizza has finished baking, take it out of the oven and let cool for 5-10 minutes. Keep in mind your pizza will be a little gooey in the middle.
  • Once the pizza has cooled down it is time to dress it!
  • Spread the pizza sauce in a thin layer on top of the pizza
  • Top with chicken sausage, tomatoes, red onion and goat cheese.
  • Squeeze out about 1 tbs of the sukrin syrup and cover it all over the pizza
  • Place in the oven and bake for 5 minutes or so. You just want to make the cheese melt and the syrup to carmelize a bit.
  • Take the pizza out of the oven and add your handful of arugula and another squeeze of the syrup on your pizza
  • ENJOY!


New Year, New Goals: What I hope to accomplish this year

Hi guys! I know we are already almost halfway through January but I figured it’s never too late to set some goals! I always set resolutions, but this year I decided to set some goals. Nineteen to be exact ;)! The list below is a bit random, but these are all goals I’d love to achieve this year. Do any of my goals resonate with you guys?!

  1. Wake up before Charlee and have time for myself! I have actually been doing this since the New Year and it has been a GAME CHANGER for me. I am lucky in that Charlee loves to sleep and has been sleeping until at least 7:30 or 8 most days. I try and wake up at 7 to have my coffee, tidy up and shower. I am in a much better head space when I get her out of her crib and I’m able to be more focused instead of running around like a crazy person!
  2. Complete 10 full push-ups in a row. I was able to lose the baby weight I gained in 2018, so my goal this year is to get stronger. I would love to be able to do a full 10 push ups in a row!
  3. Sign Charlee up for swimming lessons. We will be traveling a lot this summer and I want Charlee to feel comfortable in the water. I would love to get her into a swimming program. If you are NY based and have any suggestions please let me know!
  4. Invest in some nice bras. This is a weird goal but I just need to bite the bullet and invest in some nice bras and lingerie. I have always had a smaller chest, but after baby that all changed. I need to go get measured and actually wear the correct size bra. This may sound like a dumb goal but I had to add to my list haha!
  5. Meditate a few times a week. I’d like to eventually do this every day, but I figure I should start with a smaller goal and work my way up. I just downloaded the Simple Habit app and am going to start trying to meditate right after I wake up.
  6. Organize photo books. I have been printing family photos since Charlee was born but I haven’t gotten around to actually organizing them. I want to get all the printed photos into a photo book!
  7. Delete the “bad” photos on my iPhone. I am constantly taking photos of my daughter, my family, myself etc. The problem is that out of every 10 photos, I post only 1 and never delete the “bad” 9. Therefore my phone is filled with SO MANY PHOTOS. If I just kept the one I liked I’d have way more space on my phone.
  8. Sing more! I miss singing so much and I really want to incorporate singing back into my life.
  9. Declutter! Matt and I got rid of so much stuff when we moved into our newest apartment. We are in decent shape but I always feel like we just have so much STUFF. I want to continue to declutter and have everything that I own have a “place.” I am the kind of person that really needs to have a home for each thing I own or else it doesn’t get put away!
  10. Take a romantic trip with Matt. Matt and I did a few overnights just us last year but we really want to take a longer trip together in 2019. Somewhere tropical, just us. I am already excited!
  11. Spend time with my nephew. My sister had a baby boy in October of 2018. I really want him to know me and that means a lot of trips back and forth from NYC to NC. I am up for the challenge ;). Also thank goodness for Facetime!
  12. Spend less time on my phone. I run a blog and a huge part of that business is being engaged on social media. I want to start leaving my phone in another room for a few hours at night to disengage and just be present. I am so passionate about my platform and engaging with my followers (I LOVE you guys!) but I feel like I need to take a pause once a day, even if it’s just for 30 minutes!
  13. Take Charlee on more adventures. I have Charlee by myself everyday from 3-5:30 P.M. I love this time and really treasure making memories together. That said, we have gotten comfortable playing at home in our own space. I want to take Charlee to more classes and museums during this time in 2019.
  14. Create more video content. I’d love to provide more engaging content for you all and I feel like video would be my way of taking it to the next level.
  15. Drink more water. I drink a lot of water, but not as much as I should. My goal is to start getting used to drinking 3 L a day.
  16. Put myself first in regards to my health. I had a baby 17 months ago and I am still dealing with some residual health issues from birth. I have been lazy about following up with doctors etc. because life and other responsibilities (Charlee) tend to come first. This year I am going to take care of myself and my health. I know this is super important.
  17. Focus on one thing at a time. I am super high energy, and sometimes I get frustrated with myself because I have a difficult time focusing on one thing at a time. I can get overwhelmed with my to-do list and try and do a bit of each at the same time. This clearly doesn’t work! I want to start taking a breath and focusing, AKA be present.
  18. Write in my Mom journal every night. I have this amazing One line a day Journal that I rarely write in. I would love to write in it more often so I can remember the little things.
  19. Focus on how far I have come, not how far I have to go. 2018 was a year of incredible growth for me. I had my baby in August of 2017, and 2018 was spent trying to get not only my body back, but to get back to feeling like myself again. I worked really hard on getting to where I wanted to be, but not doing a great job of acknowledging where I had been and how hard I had worked to get there. I want to focus this year on being happy with where I am and honoring the work I have put in. It’s time to be a little less hard on myself. Any other Moms relate?

Share some of your resolutions in the comments!!

Evian-A spray to start your day

Photography by Shadi Garman

Sponsored by Evian

Hi Guys! Hope you are all having a great week so far. I am super excited to talk about this new beauty product, the Evian Facial Spray. To be honest, when Evian asked me to try this out and potentially post about it on my blog, I must say that I was super skeptical. I mean, it’s just a spray bottle with water so I couldn’t imagine it was going to be anything to write home about! I have been using this spray for about 6 weeks now, and I can honestly say that I am 100% obsessed. Evian markets this spray as a great hydrating tool for traveling, which it absolutely is. That said, I use this spray every morning after I apply my facial moisturizer as well as when I am traveling. My skin has never been this hydrated during the winter months and I know it is 100% because of this product.

The ultra-fine pure, natural, powered mist allows the skin to absorb a unique balance of beneficial minerals along with the water. It has a neutral 7.2 pH. and relieves dry, irritated skin caused by high altitude and poor air quality making it amazing for travel or dry areas like my apartment when the heat is blasting! I received this travel pack and I have one of these spray bottles in every bag at this point haha! It’s great if you feel like a refresh or that your skin is tight from being dry. I really love this product and I’m super excited to share it with you all!


Tips for Traveling with Toddler!


Hi Guys! Welcome back to the blog! I got back from NC last weekend after a wonderful week spent with family over the Holidays. Matt unfortunately had to head back a few days earlier than Charlee and I, so I was solo traveling back with the babes. I have to say I was really nervous to travel with Charlee by myself. I have done it before, and I wrote about that experience here. Despite having traveled with Charlee by myself before, she is much older now and harder to wrangle than she was when she was a baby. I was so surprised that our solo trip back to NY went so much better than I anticipated. I never even brought out the ipad once for the entire flight. Granted, we were in the air for only two hours, but I was so happy with how much easier this fight was than I anticipated. I had a few tricks and back up plans that I brought along with me on this flight so I thought I would share with you all in case you have a solo flight booked with your littles!

  1. I highly recommend buying your toddler their own seat. I know this is a luxury and I understand that not everyone can afford to do this. Charlee is a true toddler: squirmy and independent. The idea of getting one seat and sitting next to a stranger gives me major anxiety. I knew that Charlee was going to most likely bother the heck out of our seat mate and just feel very trapped and unhappy, so Matt and I made the decision to purchase her a seat on the plane on the way back. It was a game changer!
  2. If your child has their own seat, then I can’t recommend enough the Kids Fly Safe Airplane Safety Harness. Charlee is wearing it in the photo above. This contraption essentially creates a harness that makes your child feel like they are riding in a car seat, without having to lug your enormous car seat onto the flight. It is small and compact and fits in a diaper bag. I was able to install it in under one minute and had her strapped in with no problems. She sat in her harness the entire flight and didn’t complain once. She is good in the car, and in her stroller so she is used to the experience of being harnessed in. It made my trip a breeze.
  3. Make sure to travel with your child’s lovey. Charlee has all of a sudden started to show major affection towards a specific stuffed bunny that she calls “Nana.” I made the last minute decision to pack her “Nana” with us on the flight down and back and it was a major help. She loves her “Nana” and snuggles it and sucks her thumb for comfort. If your child has a lovey, make sure to bring it on the flight to make them feel more comfortable.
  4. Bring surprise toys! I went to the local CVS in NC before we got on our flight and bought Charlee a brand new Lisa Frank Sticker book and a mess free coloring set to surprise her with if she got antsy on the flight. The sticker book gave me about an hour of engaged entertainment for Charlee. She LOVED it. I would ask her which sticker she wanted, she would point to one and then she would hold the sticker and place it on me or her “Nana” or on the seat. It seriously helped so much! It has about 1 million stickers in it haha so it is a great one to purchase. I also pulled out the mess free coloring pad and markers once she was over the stickers and that gave us another 30 minutes. I bought the mess free pad for obvious reasons!
  5. Bring your child’s favorite toys. Charlee loves this “My First Purse set “that I got her for Christmas. I brought it and she spent some time on her “cell phone” and putting on her “lipstick.” Whatever toy your child loves, bring it!
  6. Give your child one activity at a time. Charlee gets overwhelmed when surrounded by too many toys. I get more calm and focus from her if I offer her one thing at a time. I was able to really spread out the use of each toy by offering her a new one once she was bored of the one before.
  7. Invest in a great travel stroller. We own this great travel stroller by Mountain Buggy. It’s super lightweight and folds down compactly making it easy to take on to the plane and put into the overhead compartment. This time I had to gate check it since there wasn’t a ton of over head room on the plane, but I didn’t mind since I was able to bring it up to the gate and drop it before boarding.
  8. Bring snacks. If you are a Mom you’re probably saying, “well DUH!” I am the queen of snacks and stash them in every pocket of my diaper bag! I bring pouches, milk, water, cookies, crackers, cheese puffs, fruit bars etc. I will let her eat whenever and whatever she wants on planes and it definitely helps keep her entertained. Luckily now that she is a toddler, she drinks whole milk. They serve whole milk on flights so I always bring an empty bottle to pop it into. Makes it easier than worrying about bringing a cooler etc.
  9. Board first. I always take advantage of the option to board first when traveling with Charlee. This lessens the stress of getting her situated and in her flight harness.
  10. If you must offer an iPad for entertainment, do it last. I had this as my backup if my other toys and snack options weren’t enough for Charlee. I know if I had given it to her first, she would have watched it but then gotten board too quickly and less interested in her toys. That sounds weird, but she gets like that when we let her watch the Ipad.
  11. If you are traveling during nap time, bring nap props. Charlee sleeps in a sleep sack at night and for naps. (Size large for reference.) We didn’t travel during nap time this trip, but if we had, I would have put her in her sleep sack to help her realize it was time for a nap.
  12. Have fun!! You and your baby are on an adventure! I’ll never forget how nervous I was to take Charlee on our first flight just us. I had anxiety for weeks! It ended up being SO MUCH EASIER than I thought it would be and really fun! It was a Mommy and Charlee adventure and a memory I will always cherish.

I hope this is helpful to those of you who are traveling with your toddler! Good luck!


The World’s Best Low-carb Lasagna!

Ok, the WORLD’S best may be a stretch, but this low-carb lasagna is SO GOOD you won’t believe it only has 4 grams net carbs per serving! I made this dish for dinner and couldn’t get over how delicious it was, and neither could my husband :). I took a few different recipes and combined them to create this one. I hope you all enjoy!


  • 2 cans of Palmini lasagna noodles OR  Zanuzzo Hearts of Palm Lasagna
  • 1 Pound uncooked Italian Sausage (you can use chicken sausage for a leaner option!)
  • 8 oz Organic Whole Milk Ricotta Cheese, (you can use part-skim fat for a healthier alternative!)
  • 1 Teaspoon Italian Seasoning
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Garlic Powder
  • 1 & 1/2 Cups Marinara Sauce (I like to use Rao’s or the Trader Giotto’s Marinara since they are both low-carb)
  • 12 ounces Low moisture Mozzarella Cheese
  • 1 medium sized baking dish (I used a 9×12 in)


  • Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees
  • Take the Zannuzo Hearts of Palm Lasagna noodles out of the cans and run them under cold water in a strainer for one minute.
  • Take the hearts of palm noodles from the colander and place them on paper towels. Pat with paper towels to dry them out. They won’t be 100% dried out, but you are just trying to get rid of any excess water before making the lasagna.
  • While the noodles dry, cook the Italian Sausage. While the sausage cooks, chop the sausage into super small pieces. It should take about 10 minutes or so for the sausage to cook.
  • In a medium sized bowl, mix together the ricotta, Italian seasoning and garlic powder.
  • With the sausage cooked, noodles patted dry and your ricotta mixture mixed together you are ready to assemble the layers of the lasagna in your baking dish!
  • Start with spreading your first layer of the marinara sauce on the bottom of the baking dish. This will keep your noodles from sticking.  Then assemble in any combination of layers that you choose making sure to complete the same pattern. After the last layer, the shredded cheese should be the last layer. This will ensure a cheesy baked topping.
  • Bake your lasagna, uncovered for 25 minutes at 350 degrees.
  • Enjoy!

Nutrition Facts per 1 serving (should make 10 pieces in all) : 320 calories per serving: 5 grams carbs, 1 gram fiber