In keeping with my recent theme of healthy and tasty dinner ideas for the empty nesters in my life I created this recipe. This is another easy and quick weeknight recipe for 2 if you prep some of the ingredients
Eating healthy can at times become really boring, so I am always trying to create new ways to elevate a recipe with flavors that take it from ordinary to exceptional, while still keeping in the guidelines of healthy, clean eating. I love a recipe that is what I call a “2 for 1”. A recipe… Read More Ginger Scallion Condiment and Ginger Scallion Dipping/Finishing Sauce
This a simple recipe for a really bright and flavorful healthy vinaigrette. I call it “extra special” because of the tang and depth of flavor that the lemon infused olive oil provides. I really try to avoid prepared salad dressings, as often they contain preservatives to extend their shelf life and besides, homemade salad dressings are… Read More Extra Special But Super Easy Lemon Balsamic Vinaigrette
I rarely use frozen vegetables, but frozen artichokes make this recipe so easy. These artichokes are filled with fiber which is a winner in my book. Traditionally prepared fresh artichokes are not the healthiest food to eat. This recipe hits the flavors of a traditional artichoke but is gluten free, grain free and prepared with healthy… Read More Healthy and Easy Roasted Artichokes
Personally, I am not a fan of the various cauliflower pizza crusts, but I’m a huge fan of cauliflower, especially cauliflower rice. Since I follow a paleo lifestyle I wanted to create a recipe that would offer all the flavors of a traditional pizza. I also wanted it to be a healthier version. So this… Read More Craving Pizza? Try My Deconstructed Cauliflower Pizza
I use this make ahead chicken in my apple chicken salad (breast meat), chicken tacos, chicken stir fries, soups (combo breast and dark meat) and as a protein source in my salads (breast meat). It’s simple to prepare and great to have on-hand when I’m low on time for meal prep!
Eating healthy can sometimes become boring, which often leads to unwise food choices. Likewise, when trying to improve your family’s diet, if you have been following a SAD (Standard American Diet), traditional foods such as French fries will often be missed. These are a worthy contender to fill the “French fry void.”