This is such a comforting dish, and it hits the spot every time I make it. The meat sauce is also a great thing to have in the fridge for the week to pair with some veggies and pasta. I like to make this on a Sunday so that I can store the leftover sauce for...read more
I have been making these exact meatballs for 5+ years now (my best friend introduced them to me before I could even cook, and I was immediately hooked!). The recipe is really simple, so it's a great food prep item for anyone regardless of their cooking skills. It's...read more
Smoothies can get a bad rap because they often come loaded with added sugar (in the form of fruit juice, agave, honey, sweetened nut milks, etc.) and in very large portion sizes. A fruit smoothie from a popular juice shop can set you back 600 calories and 125g (!!)...read more
Making chips is one of my favorite things to do with kale. They are SO easy to make, and they are a great snack to have around the house. They are also so delicious in a veggie bowl to add a little crunch. I added some leftover chips I had from yesterday on some...read more
These muffins have become a staple in my household over the past year or so. I eat them for breakfast, as a snack, and as an after-dinner treat. I love them with plain Greek yogurt, with a little nut butter, or just plain! They are so delicious, are made with simple...read more
Craving something light, yet satisfying on a hot summer day, and don't feel like turning on your oven in the heat? I got you covered! These summer rolls are so fresh and delicious, and the peanut sauce adds a nutty, creaminess will have your taste buds dancing! They...read more
I love waking up on a Saturday or Sunday morning and making a delicious breakfast. During the week, I’m usually crunched for time in the mornings, so breakfast is either an instant oatmeal with some berries and nuts, a piece of toast with nut butter and berries, or a...read more
I recently took an online nutrition course with RD Keri Glassman, and one of her lessons was on nutritional supplements. Supplements are a hot topic – some think they are completely unnecessary and downright unhealthy and that they have no place in a healthy diet....read more
I hate having to throw away vegetables that I don't get a chance to cook, so when I had a leftover sweet potato and zucchini I decided to try making some sweet potato/zucchini pancakes. I have always wanted to make some sort of...read more
Up until my early to mid-twenties, I viewed food very differently than I do now. I ate very “clean” (what the eff does clean even mean?) during the week, and I only allowed myself “bad” foods on Sundays (why are all of the forbidden foods always only allowed on...read more
Hi! I’m Leah Cohen.
I am a dietitian, wife, and mama living in Westchester, NY. I offer one-on-one nutrition counseling services in Ardsley, New York as well as online counseling for my clients that don’t live in the area. My passion is helping others reach their nutrition, health and wellness goals.