Eco-Friendly Food Products I Love!

I’ve partnered with a mission based company, Ecozoi, from Seattle, Washington that designs and sells sustainable products! Their mission is to replace toxic Plastic from your daily lives with better eco friendly alternatives that will keep your family healthy, keep the Planet safe, and keep our Oceans clean. Checkout Ecozoi’s other eco friendly products at

Honey Shrimp Bowl with Brussel Sprouts
Coleslaw Salad with Avocado

Who needs takeout when you can create this quick and easy lunch right in your own kitchen. The honey shrimp and brown rice is a filling lunch entrée while the raspberries make the perfect after-lunch treat! Just don’t forget to pack the chopsticks.

Box #1:
1 cup brown rice
8-10 Brussel sprouts
½ pound cooked shrimp, tails removed
¼ cup red onion, minced
1 tablespoon honey
1 tablespoon lime juice
1 teaspoon paprika
1 green onion, chopped
1 lime wedge

Box #2
Chopped broccoli stems
Thinly sliced carrots
Chopped Red Cabbage
1 avocado
Black sesame seeds
Dressing of Choice

Box #3
Fresh Raspberries

Cook brown rice according to package directions and set aside. Boil a pot of hot water then add the Brussel spouts until tender, set aside. In a ziplock bag, add shrimp, red onion, honey, lime juice and paprika. Toss to coat then add to a medium saucepan with a dash of oil. Heat the shrimp until starting to brown. In the first box, add brown rice and top with shrimp, brussel sprouts and green onions. Garnish with a lime wedge. Layer the second box with chopped cabbage salad, avocado and sesame seeds. Drizzle with your favorite dressing. Add the raspberries to the top boxl and enjoy!

Zucchini Pasta
Strawberries and Banana
Granola Bars and Cashews

No Carbs, no problem. These stainless steel lunch boxes fit all the perfect meals, no matter your dietary restrictions. Try yours with this yummy zucchini noodle dish that’s both vegetarian, low carb and delicious!

Box #1:
3 large zucchinis
1 cup cherry tomatoes
¼ cup pesto sauce
¼ cup parmesan cheese

Box #2:
1 banana
5 strawberries cut in half

Box #3
1 granola bar or power bar, cut in squares
1 handful cashews

Create zucchini noodles using a vegetable spiralizer and set into a colander to drain excess liquid. Season with salt. Heat olive oil over medium heat then pesto sauce and cherry tomatoes (cut in half if desired). Add noodles to pan and toss to coat. Add to box and top with parmesan cheese. Assemble other two boxes, stack and enjoy!

Turkey Pinwheels
Red Grapes, Snow Peas and Tangerine
Seasoned Almonds

Getting tired of the same old sandwich? Try these turkey pinwheels instead. They are rolled up with lettuce, turkey, mozzarella and cherry tomatoes making them the perfect lunch to serve with fresh fruit and seasoned almonds.

Box #1:
2 10-inch whole wheat tortillas
¼ cup mayonaise
6 slices turkey
4 slices mozzarella cheese
1 handful green lettuce
1 cup cherry tomatoes

Box #2
Red grapes
1 tangerine
Snow peas

Box #3
½ cup almonds, seasoned

To make pinwheels begin with a flat tortilla. Spread mayonnaise over entire side then begin layering with lettuce on the half closest to you. Add 3 pieces of turkey and then two pieces of cheese and sprinkle with shopped cherry tomatoes. Roll it up starting in the front, closest to you and rolling away from you. Slice about 1 inch thick then arrange in the first box. Repeat with second tortilla. In the second box arrange fruit and snow peas. Add almonds to the third box and enjoy!

Coconut Strawberry Popsicles

Coconut and strawberry go hand in hand especially when they are frozen into popsicles. Adding fresh cut strawberries to the molds will also give it a stunning visual presentation. Tasty and beautiful!

1 can coconut milk
2 tablespoon honey
5 fresh strawberries, sliced

Add sliced strawberries to your popsicle mold. In a small bowl stir together coconut milk and honey then pour into molds over strawberries. Freeze for at least 4 hours.

Raspberry Orange Popsicles

Thee refreshing popsicles use real orange rinds and raspberries inside giving each bit a surprise texture and plenty of flavor.

Juice of 1 orange plus rind sliced
¼ cup water
1 pint raspberries, separated
¼ cup sugar

Add pieces of orange rind and half a pint of raspberries to popsicle mold (cut them in half if needed). In a blender, blend the other half a pint of raspberries with water, orange juice and sugar. Strain through a sieve then pour into molds. Freeze for at least 4 hours.

Tangerine Creamsicles

These tangerine dreams use vanilla yogurt and tangerine juice to create invigorating popsicles you can even have for breakfast on-the-go. Simply mix ingredients in a bowl, spoon them into Ecozoi’s Stainless Steel Popsicle Molds and freeze.

2 cups vanilla yogurt
3 tangerines, juice
1-2 drops orange food coloring for a swirl effect

In a bowl mix all ingredients together. Spoon into popsicle molds and lightly tap as you go to remove air pockets. Freeze for at least 4 hours.


Food Styling Items I’m Loving Right Now

As a food blogger and food photographer, it’s imperative to find beautiful serve ware and dining sets to showcase my food creations. Luckily, I found a ton great products at Dinner Charm including wooden bowls, rustic spoons, and colorful ramekins for my desserts! Here is a roundup of my favorites!

Wood Bamboo Bowl

Perfect for guests, these wooded bowls hold items like nuts or popcorn all while being stylish and eco-friendly.


Wood Serving Spoon

This is a must in every kitchen, the beautiful wooden spoon. It’s functional, stylish and great to pop in your own food photographs for an added, rustic touch.


High Temperature Ceramic Dessert Cups

No matter what you put in these adorable cups, the pastel colors will make it pop. Since they are high heat-safe you can use them for soufflés, crème brulee or even panna cottas. Yum!


Luxurious Golden Stainless Steel Flatware

Take your average dinner up a notch with these gorgeous gold flatware set. Don’t forget a few extra sets for the whole family.