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Jul 282014
 
One Pot Wonder Chicken Enchilada Bowls

One pot wonder chicken enchilada bowls are simple and delicious.  This is a full meal that can be made in one pot (or skillet) for easy clean up. Chopped chicken breasts and yellow onions are sautéed in olive oil until they begin to turn golden. Rice, enchilada sauce, Rotel, chicken broth, corn kernels, and spices are added to the [...]

Jul 222014
 
Easy Chicken Taco Stuffed Peppers

Easy chicken taco stuffed peppers are one of my go-to dinners for busy weeknights.  I love them!  They’re so easy to make.  They taste amazing.  And, they primarily consist of veggies and lean protein.  What’s not to love? Start by cutting two bell peppers in half and removing the seeds.  Roast the peppers for about 20 minutes. [...]

Jul 152014
 
Crostini with Prosciutto, Fig Jam, & Goat Cheese

I’m loving this fig chia jam recipe.  It’s a healthy jam that tastes like the inside of a fig newton.  I love this stuff spread on a whole wheat English muffin for breakfast. It’s also good as part of this appetizer:  crostini with prosciutto, fig jam, & goat cheese.  The sweetness of the jam compliments the tangy goat cheese and [...]

Jul 082014
 
Pressed Caprese Sandwiches

Pressed caprese sandwiches are made with chewy ciabatta bread, creamy mozzarella cheese, tangy sun dried tomatoes, balsamic vinegar, and pesto.  They’re refrigerated for a few hours while being pressed under a heavy weight to let the flavors combine and permeate the bread.  They’re the perfect thing to bring to a party or summer barbeque because they [...]

Jun 302014
 
Roasted Strawberry Balsamic Vinaigrette

Don’t let fresh, summer fruits go to waste.  Try cooking with ripe fruits using these great recipes. Check out 12 Recipes For Using Up Overripe Fruit by Amanda Finks at Foodie.com Fresh, ripe strawberries are a fantastic summer fruit.  The only downside to fresh strawberries is that their shelf-life (actually, refrigerator-life) is somewhat short.  When you have an abundance of [...]

Jun 252014
 
Chicken Gyro Burgers with Tzatziki Sauce

Gyros are one of those dishes that are really challenging to make at home.  I absolutely love gyros.  I just don’t have the time or patience to make them myself.  I do, however, have the patience to make burgers.  That’s pretty easy, right? I decided to put the savory Greek flavors of a gyro into an [...]

Jun 212014
 
Blueberry Lemon Poke Cake

This blueberry lemon poke cake is to die for!  It’s a lemon cake with holes poked in it.  Lemon blueberry sauce is drizzled on top of the cake so that the sauce and blueberries get down into the holes.  Then, it’s topped off with a frosting made of lemon curd and cool whip.  Amazing! The dark blue [...]

Jun 172014
 
Fig Chia Jam

Many people are jumping onto the chia seed bandwagon these days, for good reason.  Chia seeds are an excellent source of fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, and plant-based protein. Chia is a unique seed.  It can be absorbed by the body in its whole form (unlike flax seed which needs to be ground).  When chia seeds are mixed with liquids, a gel [...]

Jun 112014
 
Chipotle Black Bean & Corn Stuffed Peppers

Stuffed peppers are one of my husband’s favorite meals.  I love them too because they’re usually pretty healthy, depending on what you stuff them with.  I also like that I can experiment with different types of flavor combinations and fillings for the peppers. Today’s kitchen experiment resulted in chipotle black bean and corn stuffed peppers.  I’m happy to say [...]

Jun 112014
 
Salt and Vinegar Roasted Potatoes

I have a weakness for salt and vinegar potato chips.  I love them!  They’re so salty and tart that they almost make your mouth pucker when you bite into one.  I don’t typically buy potato chips at the grocery store, so I don’t have them often.  But, when I go to a sub shop, they’re one of my [...]