One Pot Zuppa Toscana

My favorite time of year is here! Things are starting to cool down and it’s socially acceptable to eat soup every day. After making chili three times already, and chicken and wild rice once, I decided to mix it up and make a soup I have never homemade before. It was amazing! So I’m sharingContinue reading “One Pot Zuppa Toscana”

Butternut Squash Soup

Butternut squash soup is a light lunch that is amazing and does not make you feel like you’re going to sack out at any point when you eat it mid day. Another reason to love it is that it has that sweetness of the squash, but then we add things to it to make itContinue reading “Butternut Squash Soup”

3 Hipster Food Swaps You Need to Know how to Make

(1) Spaghetti squash: – wash outside of squash and pat down with paper towel so it is not slippery -cut in half lengthwise (stem to end) -remove seeds -drizzle with olive oil and ensure entire squash surface is covered -place face down on a parchment-lined pan -Bake 45 minutes to an hour at 400 degreesContinue reading “3 Hipster Food Swaps You Need to Know how to Make”

Caprese Salad

This is an easy one- but a new one for me. I love everything about this salad because the flavors are bold and delicious and it’s great as a side for almost anything- or it can be eaten on it’s own. You’ll need:3 cups of cherry tomatoes, halved1/4 cup of red onion, slivered1/2 cup ofContinue reading “Caprese Salad”

Stuffed Peppers Two Ways

Italian Peppers Preheat oven to 400 degrees Combine in pan:1/2 lb ground turkey or ground beef1/2 lb Italian sausageTomato Sauce1 tbsp garlic powder1 tbsp Italian seasonsing1/2 tbsp onion powder1 clove garlic, minced1/2 cup spinach1/2 cup chopped tomato**Cook meat until 90% done Cut green or red bell peppers in half length wise, remove the seeds andContinue reading “Stuffed Peppers Two Ways”

The Importance of Your Grocery List

When it comes to meal prepping, you’re only as good as your grocery grab While this may seem obvious, most have no idea where to even start with the grocery grab so today I’m going to discuss a little bit about some basics of nutrition that I personally follow when purchasing groceries. So what’s aContinue reading “The Importance of Your Grocery List”

Spicy sausage, veggies, and shrimp

I tried a new recipe for meal prep this week after joining a new meal prep group. I was looking to try something new and different from my typical stir fry, soup, smoothie or salad. This recipe is one pan for ideal, easy clean up for your busy life and super simple to follow, soContinue reading “Spicy sausage, veggies, and shrimp”