305 E. New York Street, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204

We're Falling In Love With These Healthy Recipes ??

Request More Information

Request More Information

By providing your number you consent to receive marketing/promotional/notification messages from The Hot Room. Opt-out anytime by replying STOP. Msg & Data rates may apply.

Request More Information
We're Falling In Love With These Healthy Recipes ??

Fall is in the air! That means a change in the weather and some beautiful fall foliage, but it can also mean a change in our appetite and cravings! Of course we want to satisfy our cravings and tap into a lot of the delicious flavors of fall. However, we want to do that without all of the extra sugar, junk, calories, the list goes on…

Maybe it's a pumpkin spice latte that you just love. There is a way to do this at home in a much healthier and cheaper fashion!


THR Pumpkin Spice Latte

- 1 cup (240mL) nonfat milk or non-dairy milk 
- 1 tbsp (15g) pumpkin purée 
- 4 drops liquid stevia (or adjusted to taste)
- ⅛ tsp ground cinnamon
- Small pinch ground nutmeg
- Small pinch ground ginger
- ¾ cup (180mL) extra strong coffee


1. Add the milk and pumpkin to a small pot. Heat over medium-low heat, stirring constantly with a whisk, until the mixture begins to simmer.

2. Add in the stevia, cinnamon, nutmeg, and ginger. Whisk the mixture until it becomes frothy.

3. Add the coffee to a large mug, and pour the milk mixture in

4. Enjoy!


Maybe coffee isn't your thing, maybe pumpkin isn't your thing. You just want a big bowl of hot chili this fall! There are many chili recipes out there but this is one of my favorites.
Perhaps you want to keep pumpkin in your chili! Here is a similar recipe including pumpkin.
Alright, you're already looking ahead to the holidays. One tip that I always give people for staying healthy at the holidays is to volunteer to bring a healthy food item or a salad, so that you know you can eat something good for you! Also, outside of your holiday meal make sure that you're eating very healthy. Don't let your holiday meals spill over into a weeks worth of food. 

One of my favorite salads is listed below! It has great fall flavors, lots of textures, full of nutrients, and it looks pretty too! A great thing about salads is that it's very easy to modify. I love tossing my salad in a little bit of olive oil and lemon juice. It keeps it very fresh and avoid all of the other stuff that goes with bottles of dressing.


Laura's Go-To Holiday Salad
- Kale: De-stemmed and cut into bite sized pieces.
- Sweet Potatoes: Peeled, cut into large chunks and roasted in the oven.
- Brussel Sprouts: You can thinly slice Brussels sprouts or buy a bag of it already done for you!
- Beets: You can purchase these pre-roasted and peeled for convenience
- Pecans: A great fall flavor that adds a nice crunch
- Feta cheese: Great cheese for salads of all kinds
- Quinoa: Adds a touch of protein

Jumpstart Your Most Powerful Life

Request information

Request Information Now!