A big thank you to Shauna from our Facebook community for sharing one of her favorite taco recipes from the Amen Clinic! 4 servings, 218 calories, 4 brainboosters Ingredients: 1 head romaine lettuce, leaves whole (they will be your tortillas) 2 tsp refined coconut oil 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 tbsp shallot, minced (I leave this […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A big thank you to Jackie from our Facebook community for sharing this fantastic veggie dish from Against All Grain! Ingredients: 4 medium zucchini, peeled and sliced into thin noodles 1 cup asparagus pieces 2 tablespoons virgin olive oil 8 ounces crimini mushrooms, roughly chopped 2 ounces prosciutto (omit for vegan and add 1/4 teaspoon salt) […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This is a delicious recipe from The Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond. I cooked my chicken on the grill but she cooked hers in a cast iron skillet. Either way is delicious! Ingredients: 1/2 cup Dijon Mustard 1/2 cup Honey 1/2 whole (juice Of) Lemon 1/2 teaspoon Paprika 1/2 teaspoon Salt Crushed Red Pepper (optional To […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I love Ina! Every recipe with her name on it has turned out fabulous for me. A salad like this is informal enough just scooped out of a bowl with some crackers, but fancy enough to serve at brunch with some croissants. Thank you to Shauna in our Facebook community for sharing this wonderful recipe […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Thank you, Shauna, for sharing with us your excellent chicken recipe! I made a quick, delicious dinner the other night using Trader Jo’s jar Alfredo sauce and wanted to share. Marinate chicken breast strips in balsamic and tomato vinaigrette and cook them in a cast iron skillet. Remove the chicken from the pan and allow […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This is my favorite recipe to use for biscuits and gravy. Of course I make some adjustments. Such as, I use sage breakfast sausage from Proper British Bacon and while its browning I add a “glob” of maple syrup. My family gets excited just at the thought of my biscuits and gravy! I also […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
From Dinner Tonight, Lunch Tomorrow Makes 15 sticks. Prep Time 15 minutes, plus 1 to 24 hours marinating time. Cook Time 13 to 14 minutes. Chicken fingers are a perennial kid favorite, and these super satays are likewise sure to be a hit. No frying means they’re healthier, and the flavorful marinade and relish mean […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Thanks to Shauna for trying out this awesome kid-friendly recipe from Working Mother magazine, which offers a ton of great from-scratch recipes that are geared towards food that works well for both dinnertime and then lunches the next day to cut down on food prep time. That sounds pretty helpful, whether you work outside […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Corn Chowder with Chilies from Pioneer Woman Ingredients: 2 slices Bacon, Cut Into 1/2-inch Pieces (or Smaller) 2 Tablespoons Butter 1-1/2 whole Yellow Onion, Diced 5 ears Corn, Shucked (about 4 Cups) 2 whole Chipotle Peppers In Adobo Sauce, Finely Diced 1 whole 4-ounce Can Diced Green Chilies 32 ounces, fluid Low Sodium Chicken Broth 1-1/2 cup Heavy Whipping Cream 1/2 teaspoon Kosher Salt […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Steakhouse Pizza from Pioneer Woman Ingredients: 1 whole Recipe Pizza Crust 1 whole Skirt Steak Or Flank Steak Salt And Pepper, to taste 2 whole Red Onions, Sliced Thin 3 Tablespoons Butter 4 Tablespoons Balsamic Vinegar 1/2 teaspoon Worcestershire Sauce 2 cups Marinara Sauce 12 ounces, weight Fresh Mozzarella Cheese, Sliced Thin Shaved Parmesan Cheese 1/2 cup Good Steak Sauce (more If Desired) Directions: […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Beer and Brown Sugar Steak from Tailgating Ideas I omitted the jalapeños and the cayenne and added green onions to the marinade. Ingredients: 2 (24 ounce) beef sirloin steaks 1 bottle of Guinness 1 tablespoon of soy sauce 5 tablespoons brown sugar 1 tablespoon of Worcestershire Sauce 1 tablespoon of seasoned salt 1 tablespoon of black pepper 4 […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Brain Berry Muesli from Dr. Amen Ingredients: ½ cup Old-Fashioned Rolled Oats (Do Not Use Instant Oats) 1 cup Water 1 Tbsp Cranberry Juice, unsweetened 2 Tsps Honey (May Substitute Half With A Few Drops Of Stevie, I personally don’t care for Stevia) 1 Tbsp Raw Almonds, chopped 2 Tbsps Dried Cranberries 1 Tbsp Wheat Germ ½ tsp Vanilla 1 large Apple, grated 1 Banana¼ cup Fresh Blueberries ½ cup Almond Milk, unsweetened (I use coconut milk yogurt instead of almond […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I’m not sure if I have shared this with all of you before. It is a delicious, oh so easy dessert recipe. For those of you who pay attention to my posts you know that baking is not a strength of mine but this recipe just works! It’s one of those little individual cake recipes […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Once again I have stolen a recipe from The Pioneer Woman and made it my own. This time I should have left well enough alone. I think her version probably tastes better, though mine was good! Yesterday, I was tired and cranky and so was my husband. Little C decided to wake up every hour […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Here we go friends! The first step to good Cajun cooking is a cheap glass of wine for you to drink or cook with or both. This one I found at Trader Jo’s today. Step 2 the holy trinity, onion, peppers and celery. I planned on posting this as an album when I was done […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Boy, I hope you guys enjoy this blog post. I almost wrecked my husbands car coming home from the grocery store thinking about it, really, or was I daydreaming about him? He’s HOT it could have been either way I can’t remember! Tonight is spaghetti night! We love spaghetti in our house (well I should […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This recipe is one I adapted from The Slow Cooker Cookbook on my Kindle. In the cookbook, it is a recipe for a casserole type dish with everything included in the slow cooker…including the tortillas. I don’t like to cook tortillas or noodles in my slow cooker. They always come out the consistency of snot! […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This recipe was adapted from a recipe I found in Every Day with Rachel Ray from her recent Italian issue. The original recipe is Smoky Skillet Cacciatore. I would have just cooked it the way it was written but I was worried it was going to get hot yesterday and didn’t want to turn the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.