Tricolor Veggie Bake

Do you ever wonder what to do with those funny looking spiralized vegetables from the grocery store? I have the easiest casserole recipe for you! It’s colorful, pretty, healthy and filling. Serve this dish on it’s own or as a side. You’ll love making it. Ingredients • 3 cups each – spiralized red beets, spiralized zucchini, spiralized butternut squash •…

Asian Collard Green Wraps

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again…I love using vegetables in place of high carbohydrate foods. These collard wraps totally did the trick. We all know that green vegetables are high an all sorts of amazing vitamins including Vitamin K, A, C, B2 and so on. Not to mention fiber! When blanched they…

Taco Bowls

We really enjoy eating our meals out of edible bowls. Many of the tortilla bowls out there are high in fat and sodium. I learned how to make my own using our favorite gluten free wraps and I wanted to share the recipe with you. Ingredients • 1 large tortilla Directions Preheat oven to 350 degrees…

Roasted Cauliflower

This is my best kept secret! This recipe was passed on to me by a very good friend. It’s so easy and SO yummy. Impress your friends at your next dinner party with this super simple and scrumptious side dish. Ingredients • 2 12 oz bags of cauliflower florets (about 5-6 cups) • 1 packet of…

Sweet Potato Toast

You have to try this Sweet Potato Toast! I’m always up for bread alternatives for myself and my daughter. They’re sweet, smokey and crunchy. Top them with a number of things. Get creative and have fun! I topped mine with a simple avocado spread. I’ve provided that recipe below. Sweet Potato Toast Ingredients • 1 large sweet potato…

Yellow Rice

I used Turmeric for this dish. After hearing of all it’s incredible health benefits I had to try it. Turmeric boots immunity, detoxifies, helps prevent certain cancers and acts as an anti-inflammatory and pain reliever. I couldn’t pass up the chance to try it out! This rice was really easy to make. Top with protein and veggies…

Loaded Nachos

This is probably my favorite “go to” recipe. It’s full of healthy ingredients and so easy to prep and make. Why serve frozen processed food when you can make this in the same amount of time using the same amount of effort! This meal is loaded with vitamins, fiber, protein and flavor. Try it out and make it…

Sage Meatballs

These meatballs use few ingredients and are so easy to make. They are packed with flavor and they’re extremely versatile. Enjoy them on top of gluten free pasta or in a hot dog bun for a fun take on a meatball sub. Any way you eat them your belly will thank you. Let me know how…

Sweet and Spicy Roasted Brussel Sprouts

If you like hot and sweet then you’ll love these crunchy roasted brussel sprouts. If you’re not a spicy person like my daughter than just omit the hot sauce. This dish is a great accompaniment to any protein. Brussel sprouts are full of fiber and a great source of vitamin C, B6 and Folate. These taste like candy!…

BLT Bowl with Creamy Ranch Dressing

Both of my children ate silently and cheered in unison “That salad was goooood!” Music to my ears. I deconstructed a classic BLT sandwich and transformed it into a salad. I made a creamy homemade dressing to top it off. Enjoy this dish for lunch or dinner. I hope you get the same reaction 🙂 Ingredients Salad •…

Rosemary Smashed Potatoes

I adore this and so will you. The potatoes are crunchy and extremely flavorful. I’m going to serve this dish with some marinated lean flank steak for a night of steak and potatoes. Healthy version! Ingredients • 24 oz bag of baby gold potatoes • 1 sprig of fresh rosemary chopped • 2 tbsp olive oil •…

Potato Buns

So, you may be wondering to do with all of your left over potato flesh from your Stuffed Potato Skins. Follow this recipe to make delicious potato buns. Toast and spread with butter, jam, sunbutter, cream cheese or top with sliced cheese and enjoy for breakfast the next morning. I can’t wait to hear what you think! Ingredients •…