It’s fall, y’all! Who loves soups when the weather is cool? I know we do! Shoot, we love soups all time of the year. They are a one pot, quick fix meal and my 1st grader even loves taking them to school in his lunch. Easy! I took
Who loves a hot soup on a hot summer day?!?!?! Well…..to be quite honest, I do! I love it for 2 reasons: 1. I can throw everything into a pot and cook on low for several hours without having to do anything more than stir it! 2. LEFTOVERS
It is 90 degrees out. Full on Summer! We are spending our days outside and in the pool and I need every minute with my littles to be able to play soccer, bad guys/good guys, bouncy house monster, sprinkler fun, and swinging to the moon. Thankfully my baby
Who is ready for spring weather and food? I hope this beautiful weekend is not just another tease for spring. I have decided to make a healthy version of chicken and corn chowder for dinner tonight. It is an easy, healthy, gluten free dinner chalk full of nutrients.
It is not quite fall but I was craving soup on this mild 95 degree South Carolina day. I was trying to come up with something that was light, using some summer veggie. Tomatoes and Basil seemed like the perfect combo for the flavors of this soup.
Want a delicious, heart warming soup for one of these cold winter nights? Try this incredibly easy, filling soup for lunch or dinner. Ingredients: 1 large head of cauliflower 1 potato, peeled and diced 1 tablespoon coconut oil 1 onion, diced 2 large carrots, diced 6
It is officially fall and I have been craving a good, hearty, easy to make soup. I wanted something that would be full of veggies, lean protein, and full of flavor so that my toddler would eat something for a change. This was a hit! (Oh yeah, it
Creamy mushroom chicken and barley is a one pot meal including foods from all food groups. Being pregnant right now, chicken grosses me out. So…..I have to disguise it by slow cooking it and then shredding it. The chicken adds so much lean protein that I know is
Dried beans and frozen chicken come in handy when you don’t feel like running out to the grocery store for dinner ingredients. Try this tasty recipe that is a fix it and forget it and it is also friendly on the waist and wallet. Enjoy! Ingredients: 16 oz
My family and I went to Buffalo for a week and after eating all of the Buffalo staples (wings, pizza logs, beef on weck, etc) we wanted something light and healthy for dinner! My sister in law made a delicious quinoa salad and my mom was telling me