On Sundays, I try to put some food together for my husband for the week. He works two jobs which can easily mean he has zero time to buy lunch or dinner – let alone from somewhere healthy. And as he doesn’t want to spend the money he just earned on an expensive salad (I’ve got […]Read more "You Don’t Have to be Martha Stewart"
I saw the ingredients for this recipe (shared on my friend’s Facebook wall) before I knew what it was called. I questioned that it had anything to do with teriyaki. But then it occurred to me that I didn’t actually know what went into teriyaki sauce. How exciting! So if you have a deep pan […]Read more "One Bowl Teriyaki Chicken and Vegetables (Monday Meals)"
I cook for my family at least three times a week – sometimes making multiple meals in one day so my husband has something to take to work. AKA meal prep! We do a lot with quinoa or gluten free pasta. And I am a BIG fan of single pot meals. So when I came […]Read more "Crowdsourcing a Recipe (Monday Meals)"
Are you hungry now? Do you hate washing dishes? Then this is the recipe for you! The below made five servings at 717 calories per person (as per My Fitness Pal). Ingredients: 1 tbs olive oil 1lb boneless, skinless chicken breasts 1 clove garlic, minced 1/2 medium white onion, diced 1 14oz can low-sodium chicken […]Read more "One Pan Chicken Alfredo (Monday Meals)"
I have been to Mexico twice now and don’t remember anyone eating pasta, let alone pasta salad. But I can’t think of a better name for this dish. Any suggestions? The below serves five at 600 calories per serving – as per My Fitness Pal. I added chicken to the original recipe, and took some […]Read more "Mexican Pasta Salad?"
It’s been a while so I figured I would ease my way back into this whole blogging thing with one of the easiest recipes of all time – assuming you have a slow cooker, of course. The below serves four at 550 per person, according to My Fitness Pal. Ingredients: 12oz fresh green beans, trimmed […]Read more "Easiest Slow Cooker Recipe EVER!"
It’s late and I already posted something but this recipe is so good, I can’t wait to share it with all of you. It’s more time consuming than most of the recipes I post (about an hour) and required two pots instead of my beloved one. But it’s so super delicious, I made the exception. […]Read more "Spiced Pork with Chickpeas and Apricot"