When I’m trying to eat healthily, salmon is one of my favorite go-to meals. It cooks quickly, it’s high-quality protein, and it makes such a nice change from chicken, which we seem to see too much of around my house. Though I adore shellfish, I’ve never been much of a fish fan (who knows why). My one … More Brown Sugar Citrus Glazed Salmon with Scented Quinoa
What is it about individual serving sizes that kids love so much? My kids love tiny pizzas, and when they’re this easy and healthy, I’m happy to please! But the best part about these, for me, is the cottage cheese sauce. At first I was skeptical (I’m not a cottage cheese fan), but it gets a quick … More Double Cheese Sausage Spinach Pizzas
If you’re like me, there’s a whole lot in the title of this recipe that sets off both my tastebuds and my alarm bells. Pasta? With insulin resistance? But I promise, pasta can be a part of your life, if you’re linking and balancing things correctly. And the savory sauteed squash plus a light note … More Ravioli and Summer Squash with Lemon Cream Sauce
I’m not always big on cooking seafood, as much as I love to eat it, because it can be so fussy to cook with. But I love this recipe. It has great savory flavors with good balance, and a nice fresh brightness. It’s really quick and easy to throw together, too! Greek Shrimp 2 tbsp olive … More Greek Shrimp
One of my favorite things, at dinnertime, is a recipe that comes together in about 30 minutes and tastes like I slaved over it. This is one of those recipes. Asian Glazed Chicken Thighs 2 pounds boneless, skinless chicken thighs 1 T olive oil Salt and pepper 1 cup water 1/2 cup balsamic vinegar 1/2 … More Asian Glazed Chicken Thighs
Our dinner last night was simple and so tasty! (It didn’t hurt that it clocked in under 300 calories, either.) This flavorful chicken takes just give minutes to prepare, and if you buy chicken tenderloins, it’s even faster. I just dumped all my food on a pan, mixed up an quick little glaze, and baked. So … More Roasted Honey Balsamic Chicken & Veggies
Dinner! I was at the park all day and need something fast. Also, my kids love this. Thanks, Fred Meyer!
Tagged by @greadsbooks for #widn. I just put down my knitting so I could have some fresh broccoli soup! I double the cheese to make it insulin-resistance friendly. It’s crazy low-cal and low-fat, so I don’t worry about it. YMMV. Recipe : Real Simple
These tuna burgers were our dinner last night, and they were SO good! Even the kids were fans. Photo and recipe courtesy AndieMitchell.com.