This soup is a little time consuming because I think it’s best to make your own broth, but I promise you it’s worth it! Continue reading “Mexican Chicken Soup”
As we get into the new year and make our resolutions, I’m sure many of you would like to eat a little healthier this year. We know no one is going to all of a sudden tell us that veggies aren’t good for us, so here’s some of my favorite ways to get in plenty of vegetables that will taste delicious and give your body the nutrients it desires. Continue reading “How To Eat More Veggies”
I eat these probably once a week, and you will too once you try this recipe and see how easy and delicious it is! Continue reading “Grilled Chicken Thighs”
That’s a mouthful, but I couldn’t think of what else to call them so you would get the full effect 😉 I promise that mouthful will be happy. The best part is, they’re totally flour free so you don’t have to buy any funny stuff. Continue reading “Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cinnamon Raisin Cookies (Flour-Free)”
Here’s a throw-it-all-in-the-slow-cooker meal that’s sure to please your soul and belly! I prefer to saute my onions before adding to the slow cooker but you can throw them in raw if you’re short on time and patience. Continue reading “Slow Cooker Chicken Pot Pie Soup”
Acorn squash is my favorite squash this time of year because I love its’ nutty flavor. It pairs perfectly well with some savory sausage for an easy weeknight meal. I served this to my husband topped with bacon and cheese (instead of cranberries and nuts) and he couldn’t stop staying how good it was and that this may be his new favorite meal!