I’ve said it before, making a nutritious dinner with real ingredients can be challenging with work, kids, and all the other things going on in our lives. That’s why I love my one-pan Rosemary Chicken Dinner with Roasted Potatoes and Asparagus.
Made with simple ingredients that are easy to find, this dish comes together quickly. And once you’ve made it a couple times, you won’t even need the recipe. Yes, it’s that easy!!! 🙂 (more…)
Looking for an amazing salad to dress up any meal? Then you’ve got to try my Triple Berry Salad with Toasted Almonds!
I love simple AND delicious recipes, and this one definitely qualifies. And if you end up serving it to guests, they will truly be WOWed—despite how easy it is to make! (more…)
If you haven’t noticed, it’s that time of year again. Super Bowl time that is—an annual tribute to America’s favorite sport and love of junk food. That’s where my recipe for Cocoa Black Bean Chili comes in.
Unfortunately, most Super Bowl party-goers are going to be greeted by tables crammed-packed with highly processed foods that tantalize our taste buds and have been relentlessly marketed to us. What’s the biggest myth about these foods? The only way to get great-tasting food is from a box or bag!
In fact, some processed food manufacturers have gone so far as to say real food tastes bad. You and I know that’s simply untrue, and my recipe for Cocoa Black Bean Chili with Roasted Sweet Potatoes is proof positive that healthy food is delicious food! (more…)
There’s nothing more satisfying than a warm bowl of chili during these cold winter months. I absolutely love it! But way too often people forget about white chili as an option, and I’m out to change that with my White Bean Chicken Chili recipe!
Made with fresh, real ingredients like onions, garlic, red pepper, chicken, white beans, corn, fresh greens, and a delicious blend of spices, my white bean chicken chili packs a flavorful punch. I made it for my brother’s family a couple of weeks ago, and my brother liked it SOOO much, he asked for leftovers so he could pack it for lunch—something his wife claims he’s done only once before in their 8 years of marriage. 🙂 (more…)
Today’s recipe for Broiled Grapefruit is inspired by one from my childhood. I grew up in Florida, and one of my mom’s favorite “Old Florida” restaurants to visit was Chalet Suzanne in Lake Wales. Mom loved the quaint, old-world charm of Chalet Suzanne. And she always enjoyed the delicious, Broiled Grapefruit on their menu. So with grapefruit season in full swing, I decided it was the perfect time to share my version of this restaurant-inspired recipe.
I’ve revised the ingredients a bit since the original Broiled Grapefruit recipe called for granulated white sugar and chicken livers as garnish. Instead, I opt for a little coconut sugar or maple syrup plus fresh berries and/or mint leaves as garnish. (more…)