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Summer BBQ Healthy Fish Tacos

by Arielle J on August 21, 2014

healthy summer bbq fish tacos

I love a good Summer BBQ.

Instead of fatty typical bbq foods, like burgers and hotdogs,
I like making Summer BBQ Healthy Summer Fish Tacos
wrapped up in a Swiss Chard Leaf!

A delicious, light and tangy twist on fried fish tacos -
and best of all, you can make them on your bbq!

Watch my cooking video on Glamour.com below to see how to make this
delicious and nutritious and EASY recipe!

 

Click below to watch the video.

healthy summer bbq fish tacos featured on glamour.com made by arielle haspel
be light. be energized. be well.

xo
be well,
arielle

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Post-Workout Cookies & Cream Shake

by Arielle J on August 14, 2014

Arielle Haspel COokies and Cream Milkshake Smoothie on Glamour.com

This Post-Workout Cookies & Cream Smoothie Shake
is one of my all-time favorite recipes
AND one of my favorite videos thus far
on Glamour.com!

I love making it post-workout,
sipping on it for an energizing breakfast
or even serving it as a sweet treat for dessert.

It’s important to provide your body
with much-needed protein and
nutrients following a tough workout,
which is exactly why I created this tasty post-workout
cookies and cream shake.

It’s full of potassium,
protein, and omega-3’s
to help your body recover
and feel great,
plus it tastes delicious!

Watch the full episode here:

Good quality protein (like hemp seeds, chia seeds and almond butter)
helps replenish and recover muscles from the strain of the workout
and curbs hunger without weighing you down,
while good quality carbohydrates (like chia seeds and kale)
help re-fuel your body to ensure quick recovery.

And, it’s made with some of my go-to smoothie ingredients: 
- kale
almond milk
coconut water
raw cacao nibs
hemp seeds
chia seeds
almond butter

My other go-to smoothie ingredients:
spirulina powder
maca powder
flax oil

Drink it post-workout for a protein boost,
for breakfast or even dessert!

Some behind the scenes shots from the video shoot:


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Arielle Haspel COokies and Cream Milkshake Smoothie on Glamour.com

Arielle Haspel COokies and Cream Milkshake Smoothie on Glamour.com

 

To watch this video and the rest of my cooking series on Glamour.com, check out Glamour.com and The Scene.

And for more post-workout tips check out my article here.

 

be fun. be delicious. be well.

xo
be well,
arielle

 

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Summer Cooking Class Recipes

by Arielle J on August 11, 2014

arielle haspel cooking class

Last week I hosted a private summer cooking class for 20 people
at a gorgeous residential building in Long Island City in NYC.

The theme was: “Healthy American Summer”.
We made a seasonal salad incorporating kale salad with strawberries, pistachios and coconut in a lemonade vinaigrette..
For the appetizer, we made “Crostini with Almond Pesto and a Honey Drizzle”
and for the specialty drink, I served a Fresh Watermelon Mint Slushie.

menu at arielle haspel cooking class
The menu was easy, colorful & bursting with flavor.

My guests had a blast (they were SO much fun) and I had such a good time with them!

Here is a recap of the night in photos:

summer kale salad at arielle haspel cooking class

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http://www.bewellwitharielle.com/be-well/summer-cooking-class-recipes

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arielle haspel cooking class

almond pesto crostini at arielle haspel cooking class

 

summer kale salad at arielle haspel cooking class

almond pesto crostini at arielle haspel cooking class

watermelon mint slushies

What an awesome group. Can’t wait for my next cooking class!
arielle haspel fun cooking class

Check out the recipes here: kale salad with strawberries, pistachios and coconut in a lemonade vinaigrette,
“Crostini with Almond Pesto and a Honey Drizzle” and
Fresh Watermelon Mint Slushie.

P.S. If you’re interested in hosting a cooking class or
an interactive nutrition lecture at your office or residence,
contact me here or
email info@bewellwitharielle.com for a quote for your next educational (and FUN) event.

Cooking can be so fun. All it takes are some tips and the right ingredients!

be healthy. be delicious. be well.

xo

be well,
arielle

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Almond Pesto Crostini

by Arielle J on August 8, 2014

almond pesto crostini

This Almond Pesto Crostini is a great dairy-free alternative to traditional pesto. Serve at any seasonal brunch or dinner as an
appetizer, side dish or Hors d’oeuvre.

The best part of all (other than the fact that it’s super tasty) – all you need
are the ingredients and a blender!

Almond Pesto Crostini
Ingredients:
1 cup basil
½ cup raw almonds
½ cup olive oil
1 garlic clove
1 tsp lemon, juice
¼ tsp real salt
Drizzle raw honey
1 loaf bread of choice (multi-grain, spelt or whole grain bread)

Directions:
1. Blend in all ingredients (expect for honey) in blender
2. Spread pesto evenly onto sliced bread.
3. Drizzle honey on top

Voila!

almond pesto crostini

Be tasty. Be colorful. Be Well.

xo
be well,
arielle

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summer kale salad
This Summer Kale Salad with Strawberries, Pistachios & Coconut in Lemonade Vinaigrette is the perfect summer bbq side dish. Beautiful, easy & bursts of flavor!

I served it at a cooking class that I led and everyone loved it!

Kale with Strawberries, Pistachios and Coconut in a Lemonade Vinaigrette
Ingredients:
1 handful Kale, chopped (or ripped)
1 tbsp raw or roasted pistachios, unsalted
1 tbsp unsweetened coconut, unsweetened

Dressing:
½ lemon, juices
1 tsp olive oil or flax oil
½ tsp coconut nectar or raw honey
dash sea salt

*serves 1

Directions:
1. Cut up kale
2. Toss pistachios and coconut on top
3. Mix up dressing ingredients and toss on top

Be delicious. Be creative. Be Well.

xo

be well,
arielle

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Watermelon-Mint Slushie

by Arielle J on August 8, 2014

watermelon mint slushies

This is the easiest, most refreshing Summer drink.

All you need is: a blender, watermelon, mint and ice. That’s it!

Refreshing Watermelon-Mint Slushie
INGREDIENTS:
-1 cup Watermelon chunks
-1 tsp fresh mint leaves
-1 handful ice

DIRECTIONS:
1. Add to blender and whip it up!
Voila! Enjoy!

*serves: 1

be refreshing. be colorful. be well.

be well,

arielle

 

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Drunk Fruit Sangria Salad

by Arielle J on August 7, 2014

glamour drunk fruit salad by arielle fierman of be wellwitharielle.com

Last Friday, the first episode of my cooking series for Glamour Magazine was released!

In this second episode of “Treat Yourself”,
I make a delicious and healthy Drunk Fruit Sangria Salad
made with fresh farmers market peaches, raspberries, almonds and touch of white wine.

Invited to the beach this summer? There’s nothing better than a refreshing fruit salad!
This light and tangy summer treat is a favorite amongst my friends so I’m sure it will be a hit at your next summer gathering too.

Watch the video here.

Watch the rest of cooking show here and when you make the recipes, let me know how you like them on my facebook or instagram page!

be sweet. be delicious. be well.

#treatyourself

xo
be well,
arielle

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Post-Workout Breakfast: Eggs with Kale

by Arielle J on August 7, 2014

 

post workout high protein breakfast by arielle haspel

For a post-workout breakfast,
your body needs certain high protein and
low carbohydrate foods,
like eggs with kale, colorful veggies and
crackers, to help your muscles recover and
refuel you.

At my event with Sweaty Betty,
I explained that it’s a very important meal
because you don’t want to “reverse” the effects of your workout
with a high caloric meal and something tough to digest.
You also want to choose healthy options
that will keep your endurance and strength up for
your next workout.

What you need to eat after you workout is specific to your own body
and bio-individuality. What you should eat post-workout is also dependent
on the type of workout your doing (a spinning class vs. a light yoga class)
and where you’re working out (in an air conditioned room vs. outside in the heat).

In general, the best post-workout meal
is high in protein and low carbohydrates.

See below for one of my favorite post-workout breakfasts:

post workout high protein breakfast by arielle haspel

Post-Workout Breakfast: Eggs with Kale, Zucchini,
Tomatoes, Organic Goat Cheese and Crackers

What You Need:
- 2 organic, pasture-raised eggs
- 1/2 tsp coconut oil or a few sprays avocado oil
- 1/4 cup sweet white onions, chopped
- 1-2 kale stems, chopped
- 1/2 zucchini, sliced
- yellow tomatoes, sliced
- 1 serving of Marys Gone Crackers Black Pepper (about 16 crackers)
- 1/2 tsp organic goat cheese (optional)
- dash real salt
- dash simply organic black pepper

Directions:
- scramble eggs in a bowl
- add onions, zucchini, kale stems and tomatoes to pan with a little oil and cook on medium heat until oninos are glassy
- add scrambled eggs to pan with veggies and cook for a few minutes until eggs are cooked and not wet
- add some goat cheese on top and let it melt a little
- sprinkle some sea salt and pepper on top
voila!

Check out the best post workout foods
for more fitspiration!

post workout high protein breakfast by arielle haspel

 

be fit. be fabulous. be well.

xo

be well,

arielle

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Key Lime Pie on Glamour.com

by Arielle J on August 4, 2014

Glamour.com - August 2014

On Friday, the first episode of my cooking series for Glamour Magazine was released!

In this episode of “Treat Yourself”,
I make a “healthified” version of Key Lime Pie
made with oats, pumpkin seeds and flax seeds in the crust,
and I top it all off with vibrant sliced kiwis for a dose of
healthy vitamin c.

Invited to a dinner party this summer?
Don’t bring cliche wine as the hostess gift. Bring a healthy and home-made treat like
this Kiwi Key Lime Pie it will make your host swoon!

Watch the clip here.

kiwi lime pie  hostess gift on SELF.com by Arielle Haspel

Watch the video here and let me know how you like it on my facebook or instagram page!

be sweet. be delicious. be well.

#treatyourself

xo
be well,
arielle

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Healthy Cooking Videos with Glamour

by Arielle J on August 1, 2014



Glamour series arielle haspel

I mentioned yesterday that I manifested something VERY exciting.

Well, today is the official launch day of my healthy cooking video series with Glamour Magazine!!

Arielle Haspel glamour treat yourself cooking series

In this series, I’m whipping up some of my favorite recipes and offering my top cooking tips and lifestyle advice for a rocking, slim and gorgeous body.

I’m making cooking fun, I’m making cooking easy and I’m making cooking F-ing delicious.

Here is a sneak peek of some of the photos from the videos:

Glamour magazine cooking show with arielle haspel

Glamour magazine cooking show with arielle haspel

Glamour magazine cooking show with arielle haspel

Glamour magazine cooking show with arielle haspel

Glamour magazine cooking show with arielle haspel

Glamour magazine cooking show with arielle haspel

Glamour magazine cooking show with arielle haspel

Glamour magazine cooking show with arielle haspel

Glamour magazine cooking show with arielle haspel

Glamour magazine cooking show with arielle haspel

Glamour magazine cooking show with arielle haspel

Glamour magazine cooking show with arielle haspel

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Glamour magazine cooking show with arielle haspel

Arielle Haspel Treat Yourself on Glamour.com

Arielle Haspel Treat Yourself on Glamour.com

Your friends will love you and your body will be even more in love with you!

Watch the cooking series HERE.

Sign up for my newsletter here for the weekly videos, or
check out Glamour.com every Friday for a new, inspiring and mouth-watering healthified recipe.

Be glamourous. Be irresistible. Be Well.

xoxo
be well,
Arielle

#treatyourself #ilovemefoods #glamourmagazine #bewellwitharielle

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My Vision Board Manifestion

by Arielle J on July 31, 2014

Arielle Haspels vision board 2

I manifested something TOTALLY amazing!

This year, I posted up a few images of magazines that I wanted to be featured in.

Well, my dreams came true – I not only was featured in a few magazines, I’m the host in a new cooking series for one of my favorite magazines!

Tomorrow, it launches…and it’s with one of the magazines I originally
pinned up on my vision board.

Arielle Haspels vision board 2

More about vision boards and how to make one yourself:

WHAT: 

Every year, I create a new vision board -
a display of colorful and inspirational images, words, photos and graphics
that resonate with me, uplift me and help me envision what I want my life to be.

I POST UP: images of healthy relationships that I want in my life,
tickets from events that I loved attending and tickets to concerts I want to attend,
inspiring cards from clients to continue to inspire me, photos of people that I want to meet,
images of the type of family I want to create with my husband,
words that remind me to be bold and believe in myself,
images of women loving their bodies and images of success, happiness and positivity.

MY INSPIRATION: I originally learned about vision boards in one of my first lectures with Gabrielle Bernstein.
I’ve always loved putting together collages, so this was a fun project for me.
Also, the question “where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?”
is totally torture for me. I can’t answer it words, but I CAN answer
how I want my life it look like in the form of photos!

WHERE: I strategically place the vision board on the wall right across from my side
of the bed, so it’s the last thing I see before the lights go out,
and its the first thing I see when I take off my eye mask in the morning.

WHY: When you go to sleep seeing colorful, beautiful, inspirational dreamy images
and you wake up with these amazing images, you end up living a dreamy, proactive,
inspiring life.

And, well, the things you post up may even manifest in your own life!

TRY IT! So go ahead and grab some magazines that are sitting in your bathroom,
cut them up and post them up! Tag me on instagram so I can see your vision board creation.

P.S. It’s really fun creating vision boards with
friends, family and colleagues!

I’ve had some vision board “parties” where I’ve invited my friends over and
told them to BYOMS (bring your own magazine and scissors!) and we’ve made vision boards together!

Arielle Haspels vision board 2

Sign up for my newsletter here to get a sneak peek at the first episode of my cooking series with one of my fave magazine.

#treatyourself

be inspiring. be dreamy. be well.

xo

be well,
arielle

 

 

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The Best Post-Workout Foods

by Arielle J on July 24, 2014


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I believe that the best types of post-workout foods are those high in protein (approx 65%) and good quality carbohydrates (approx 35%)

Why? Good quality protein helps replenish and recover muscles from the strain of the workout and curbs hunger without weighing you down, while good quality carbohydrates help re-fuel your body to ensure quick recovery. When you workout, glycogen is depleted so if not replaced by good quality carbohydrates and energizing foods, your body may begin to break down muscle tissue.

After you workout, you want to put foods into your body that your body will love you for eating so be conscious not only how much you’re eating and what types of foods you’re eating, but the quality of the protein and carbohydrates you’re putting into your body, as well.

If you want a fit, sexy, strong and healthy body, these are some of the best post-workout foods:

  • Chickpeas – are complex carbohydrates so they give you sustained energy, less cravings and better moods. Eat them straight out of the box/can as a post-workout snack, roast them in the oven and top onto salads, or blend them up with a little garlic and olive oil and make some fresh, home-made hummus. Just make sure to soak them before you eat them for better digestibility.
  • Lentils – high in protein which helps muscles recover, potassium which helps regulate blood pressure and magnesium which aids in muscle contraction and relieves you from cramping and chronic pain.
  • Tempeh – tempeh is made from soybeans, and its fermented so its less processed and easier to digest than processed soy, like tofu. High in protein and fiber, so it’s the perfect post-workout ingredient. Sautee with some coconut oil and add vegetable and soba noodles or slice up and add to some eggs.
  • Salmon -
  • Hemp seeds  - high in fiber and protein to keep you full longer, therefore help to reduce sugar cravings and help your muscles recover
  • Coconut water – rich in potassium and electrolytes to help balance your bodies pH, maintain fluid and help muscles function
  • Coconut oil - anti-inflammatory AND your liver metabolizes the fat as energy, so it will help your muscles recover and energize you post-workout too. Put a teaspoon in your post-workout protein smoothie, or spread a dollop on a brown rice cake with some almond butter and raw honey.
  • Cinnamon - anti-inflammatory and great for boosting your metabolism so sprinkle some into your post-workout smoothie or on top of some full-fat plain organic yogurt with berries and hemp seeds
  • Walnuts- full of omega-3s so anti-inflammatory. Sprinkle a few into your smoothie, add some to a trail mix with some spelt pretzels, or sprinkle on top some yogurt or chia pudding.
  • Turmeric - anti-inflammatory so will help your muscles recover. Also, it’s anti-bacterial so it will help beautiful your skin and prevent breakouts

Post-Workout Meal Ideas:

Hope you use some of these ideas for some post-workout “#fitspo” (fitness inspiration!)

be fit. be energized. be well.

xo
be well,
arielle

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Glam.com Recap Event with Sweaty Betty

by Arielle J on July 23, 2014

Last weekend I led a lecture for Sweaty Betty near
the beaches of Montauk in the Hamptons.

At the event, I talked to editors and the owner of Sweaty Betty,
Tamara Hill-Norton, what to eat pre and post workouts,
including the best on-the-go bars, smoothie add-ins and how to make your own
electrolyte sports drinks.

After the lecture, we indulged in healthy ice-cream sundaes.
The guests LOVED them!

Check out more photos from my nutrition talk
and ice-cream sundae bar, featured on
Glam.com.

be fit. be glam. be well.

xo

be well,

arielle

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kale and seaweed salad

Kale Seaweed Salad – the perfect combo!
High in protein, fiber, calcium and iron for strong bones,
recovered muscles and a fit bod.

Eat this as a side salad
for dinner or as a post-workout snack
with some tempeh or fish.

Delish!

What You Need:
- 1 package seasnax seaweed salad mix
- kale, chopped

Dressing:
- 3 tablespoons brown rice vinegar or apple cider vinegar
- 3 tablespoons tamari
- 2 tablespoons toasted sesame oil
- 1 teaspoon garlic, minced
- 1 teaspoon ginger, minced
-1 teaspoon coconut palm sugar or honey

Directions:
1. Place seaweed in a bowl and add cold water. Let it sit for 10 minutes while it “rehydrates”
2. In separate bowl, mix vinegar, tamari, sesame oil, garlic, ginger and coconut palm sugar.
3. Drain seaweed after the 10 minutes is up.
4. Place kale in bowl, add seaweed and pour dressing on top.
Voila!

Serves 5

kale seaweed salad by arielle haspel

be delightful. be fancy. be well.

xo
be well,
arielle

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The Healthiest Ice-Cream Sundae Bar

by Arielle J on July 21, 2014

 

ice cream sundae for sweaty betty by arielle haspel

ice cream sundae for sweaty betty by arielle haspel

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Yesterday, I was invited to beautiful Montauk to speak at a private event for Sweaty Betty.

I spoke about the best pre and post workout foods.

After the talk, I set up a healthy ice-cream sundae bar!

Here are some ideas for a healthy ice-cream sundae bar. Great for you and the kids.

ICE-CREAM:
Some of my Fave Vegan/Dairy-Free Ice Cream Flavors:
- Mint Chocolate Chip
- Green Tea
- Chocolate Peanut Butter
- Mint Chocolate Chip, Vanilla and Pistachio

Fave Organic Dairy Ice Cream:
- Mint Chocolate Chip and Hazelnut
- Cookies n’ Cream

TOPPINGS:
- chia seeds
- hemp seeds
- spelt pretzels
- unsweetened coconut (unsweetened)
- http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001ELL9GI/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B001ELL9GI&linkCode=as2&tag=bewelwitari-20&linkId=BBYAS25WTT5ST55D
- sliced almonds
- whole pecans
- chopped walnuts
- fresh blueberries
- fresh peaches
- fresh cherries

ice cream sundae for sweaty betty by arielle haspel

Served it in cute plastic martini glasses with cute chevron spoons.

ice cream sundae for sweaty betty by arielle haspel

 

ice cream sundae for sweaty betty by arielle haspel

ice cream sundae for sweaty betty by arielle haspel

ice cream sundae for sweaty betty by arielle haspel

oh – and don’t forget the cherry on top!

be fun. be sweet. be well.
xo

be well,
arielle

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Quinoa Bolognese with Kale

by Arielle J on July 15, 2014

ancient harvest quinoa

Quinoa Bolognese with Kale – a healthified version of the Italian favorite, which is typically made with cream,
non-organic meat and pasta.

This is a perfect recipe to make when you’re craving Italian food and perfect for
the meat eaters in your life.

And best of all, it’s made with healthy, delicious ingredients AND ready in less than 20 minutes!

When my body “needs” meat (the times when I’m feeling physically, mentally and
emotionally weak (especially around my menstrual cycle), I choose good quality,
local, organic, grass-fed meat to put into my body.

Last night I was craving Italian food. And, after days of hiking and traveling in
Aspen, my body needed something delicious and filling, so I decided to make a healthy
version of Bolognese and instead of pasta, topped it with quinoa!

quinoa bolognese with kale

Quinoa Bolognese with Kale

What You Need:
- 1 box quinoa
- 1/2 lb ground grass-fed beef
- 3 kale leaves, chopped
- 10 cherry tomatoes
- 3 large mushrooms, sliced
- 1 cup basil, chopped
- 1 cup parsley, chopped
- 3 cloves garlic, minced
- 1 onion, chopped
- 2 cups tomato sauce
- 1/2 tsp olive oil
- 1/2 tsp sea salt
- 1/2 tsp pepper

Directions:
1. Cook quinoa according to instructions.
2. While quinoa is cooking, in a a sautee pan, cook onions with a 1 tbs water and 1/2 tsp olive oil and a pinch of sea salt and pepper.
3. Once onions are cooked and soft, add meat, rest of sea salt and pepper and let cook approximately 7 minutes until meat turns pink to brown.
4. Add basil, parsley, kale and mushrooms and cook for 3-5 minutes.
5. Add tomato sauce and stir it all up.
6. Once quinoa is done, place quinoa in a bowl and add bolognese mixture on top.

Serves: 4

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Sunrise Yoga Event and Healthy Breakfast Treats

by Arielle J on July 14, 2014

sunrise yoga event in nyc with danielle tafeen and arielle haspel

*PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED! STAY TUNED FOR NEXT CONFIRMED DATE!

Join me for sunrise yoga and healthy breakfast treats next week, Tuesday, July 22nd at 7:30am in Union Square Park, NYC!*

Wake up feeling rejuvenated with light yoga and sun salutations under the sunrise led by Danielle Tafeen (Jivamukti Instructor, Luluelmon Ambassador and Owner of ProvitaNYC). Afterwards, enjoy delicious, healthy breakfast bites by me (Arielle Haspel, Nutrition and Lifestyle Expert of Bewellwitharielle.com).  Class will be held outside.

Danielle is one of my favorite yoga instructors – she conducted a class the morning of my wedding and comes over weekly to conduct private sessions for me and my husband!

Join us and start off your day feeling light, fresh and rejuvenated! 

Sunrise Yoga and Healthy Breakfast Treats
Date: Tuesday, July 22nd at 7:30am
Location: Union Square, NY (Exact location will be emailed to you)
Sign Up below: *PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED!

All levels are welcome so bring your friends for an awesome morning all together!

Yoga will last 1 hour (until 8:30am) and you can stay to enjoy the breakfast treats or take them to go!

Danielle and I can’t wait to chatturunga with you. Questions: Email arielle@bewellwitharielle.com

*PLEASE NOTE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED! Stay tuned for confirmed date

be energized. be fabulous. be well.
be well,
arielle

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arielle haspel in destination wedding

 

 

Wedding- Day Wellness: My tips for a gorgeous glow for your wedding
was featured in this months issue of Destination Weddings Magazine
(July/August 2014).

Top tip when you’re a traveling bride-to be: Take a probiotic.
The healthy bacteria will ease digestion, prevent bloat
and help clear up skin during jam-packed days of travel and
wedding activities.

Here are two probiotics that I recommend:
- Innate Probiotic
- Juice Press’ Proviotic

How to take a probiotic:
- Take with 1 cup of water
- Take on empty stomach
- Take first thing in morning, on empty stomach with 1 cup water.

 

be cleansed. be hydrated. be well.
xo
be well,
arielleJuice Press’ Proviotic

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Chocolate Chip Ice-Cream Cookie Sandwich

by Arielle J on July 7, 2014

healthy chocolate chip ice cream cookie sandwich by arielle haspel bewellwitharielle.com gluten-free and dairy-free and vegan

These Chocolate Chip Ice Cream Sandwich Cookies are
the most delicious, cooling, and easy-to make summer
treats! Perfect guilt-free chocolate dessert for kids and adults:
vegan, dairy-free and gluten-free!

Chocolate Chip Ice-Cream Cookie Sandwich
Ingredients:
- 1 box Mary’s Gone Cracker Chocolate Chip Love Cookies
- Dark Chocolate Chips or unsweetened cacao nibs
- Approx 2 tbs per cookie of Non-dairy Ice Cream or (Full Fat Organic Dairy Ice Cream) (my favorite brands below)

Directions:
- Place cookies on a tray or in a bowl and freeze for at least 1 hour
- Take cookies out of freezer and spread 2 tbsp of ice cream on the bottom(flat) side of one cookie
- Taking the other cookie, smush the ice cream down forming a “sandwich”. (Ice cream is going to drip off the sides- totally normal)
- Using the side of a spoon or sharp edge of a knife, lightly “shave” or “de-cream” the remnants of the ice cream off the sides
so the sides of the sandwich are “flat”
- Place chocolate chips in a bowl and dip each cookie sandwich in the chocolate chips until the sides of the sandwich are coated.
- Place the sandwiches on a tray or in a muffin tin and freeze until ready to serve.
Voila!

Serves: 6

Some of my Fave Vegan/Dairy-Free Ice Cream Flavors:
- Mint Chocolate Chip
- Green Tea
- Chocolate Peanut Butter
- Mint Chocolate Chip, Vanilla and Pistachio

Fave Organic Dairy Ice Cream:
- Mint Chocolate Chip and Hazelnut
- Cookies n’ Cream

Can’t wait to serve this at my next summer BBQ or rooftop dinner party!

Check out my other fave desserts: Salted Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups and Healthy Rice Krispy Treats.

be sweet. be creative. be well.
xoxo
be well,
arielle

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Arielle Haspel interviewed for The Today Show

Today, I was interviewed for The Today Show on my take on humans eating dog food. You may be surprised what I have to say about it!

What the article didn’t touch upon: standards and contamination issues, but in general, I stand by my motto: read ingredients.

Check out my interview with The Today Show here.

be open. be educated. be well.

 

xo

be well,
arielle

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