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
I always forget about canned tuna, when I think about protein sources. I’ve always got a few cans in my pantry for the kids. It’s inexpensive, quick, and easy. Tuna sandwiches on squishy white bread were a beloved staple of my childhood. If I was feeling really grown-up, I would pan-toast one with about two … More Healthy Tuna Melt
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
Did you guys know you can buy frozen salmon burgers at Costco and they are the BEST. LUNCH. EVER? I keep thinking I need more fish/salmon but it’s expensive and my kids don’t love it, so it’s kind of a wasted meal. These are awesome and fast and an amazing source of protein and good … More World’s Easiest Salmon Burgers
SO. GOOD. Fried fish sandwich with creamy coleslaw. I used tilapia fillets from Costco, and they were still fabulous. Photo and recipe credit AndieMitchell.com.
Lunch! 1/2 lb shrimp (I like mine spiced with cayenne, paprika, garlic and onion powders), multigrain tortilla chips, and jalapeno flavored Greek yogurt dip, both from Costco. Spicy, crispy, and creamy! 350 calories, 3g sugar, 22g carbs, and 47g protein. I’ll need a green, leafy snack later, but this hit the spot!
These tuna burgers were our dinner last night, and they were SO good! Even the kids were fans. Photo and recipe courtesy AndieMitchell.com.