Kimberly Holland

Recent Posts By Kimberly Holland

Sunday Strategist: A Week of Healthy Menus—May 30 – June 3

Every Sunday, we publish a week of Cooking Light dinner plans filled with our favorite recipes—both from current issues and classics. Each meal is designed to be ready and on the table in about an hour so that you have more time to enjoy the food you’ve prepared and the company of those you’ve prepared it for. If you like having a healthy meal […]

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3-Ingredient Fudgy Banana Pops

This summer, we’ve created a seriously delicious series of 3-ingredient ice pop recipes. If you can imagine it, we’ve managed to make our favorite summer flavors even easier to enjoy by combining them, freezing them, and licking them for a cool slurpable treat. Check back each week as we reveal another pop. Let us know in the comments if you […]

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The Worst Things to Feed Your Kids on a Road Trip

If you’ve ever found yourself huddled in the backseat of a car with bags of Goldfish crackers, Cheerios, and a squirmy toddler strapped in a carseat, you know the mess kids can make on road trips. And boy, do I mean mess! Now I don’t have any kids of my own, but I do have my friends’ kids, so I’ve seen the […]

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Quick and Easy Memorial Day Barbecue Menu

We’re a week away from Memorial Day, which means we should all be putting finishing touches on our menu. (Or, if you’re like me, you’re thinking about it for the very first time!) If you still need to fill your list of things to fix or if you’re just looking for inspiration for flavorful sides, use this easy Memorial Day barbecue menu to help shape […]

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The Most Valuable Kitchen Wisdom Mom Ever Gave Us

As we countdown to Mother’s Day, I asked our editors and staff to reflect on the best kitchen wisdom they ever received from their moms. The stories are quiet touching and often hilarious. I gathered a few of the best here. In the comments, tell us the most valuable kitchen wisdom your mom ever shared with you. “If you eat your cake […]

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Mother’s Day Gift Guide: 20 Gifts for Moms Who Love to Eat and Cook

You’re only a few short days away from one of the most important holidays of the year—the one where you celebrate the woman who brought you into this world. If you’re short on ideas or need some delicious gifting inspiration, we’ve collected 20 Mother’s Day gift ideas for moms who love to eat and cook (and entertain and organize and […]

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Sunday Strategist: A Week of Healthy Menus — April 25-29

Every Sunday, we publish a week of Cooking Light dinner plans filled with our favorite recipes—both from current issues and classics. Each meal is designed to be ready and on the table in about an hour so that you have more time to enjoy the food you’ve prepared and the company of those you’ve prepared it for. Our May 2016 issue hit stands […]

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Healthy Homemade Doughnut Recipes—Yes, They Exist

Keep your Krispy Kreme and your Dunkin Donuts. Give me old-school old-fashioned doughnuts that are lovingly kneaded and shaped or rolled and cut. If I’m going to splurge on a doughnut, the flavor, the crispy crunch of the crust, and the pillowy softness of the dough had better make every single calorie worth it. If the rise of mom-and-pop doughnut shops […]

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One Green Thing Series: How I’ve Stopped Using Disposable Plastic Zip-Top Bags

Cooking Light editors are counting down to Earth Day with simple and effective ways they’ve eliminated waste and cut back on resource usage. In this series, each editor will talk about One Green Thing they’ve done in their own home, office, or general life to hopefully make our planet just a little bit healthier. I had just unpacked a whole-wheat […]

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17 Processed Foods Nutritionists Eat

We’ve been told for quite some time that the only food worth buying is the food in the perimeter of the store. That’s because in most grocery stores, that’s where the fresh produce, meats, dairy, and freshly-baked foods reside. (I should point out that in my local Publix, the beer is also on the perimeter of the store, but I […]

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