Easy Bone Broth Recipe

In a stock pot (my favorite is this Lodge Cast Iron Stock Pot) add in water, the carcass of a chicken- or bones from chicken drummies or wings, and veggie scraps. Veggie scraps are a good addition because they add extra flavor and bring even more nutrients to the broth. Make sure water covers entiretyContinue reading “Easy Bone Broth Recipe”

One Pan Fajita Veggies

Easy to make and perfect to enjoy even on a week night- fajita vegetables are an easy and perfect addition to any meal. I love to make them when I do homemade burrito bowls, or add them to taco meat or even eggs in the morning. Fajita vegetables are easy to make, fast, delicious, fullContinue reading “One Pan Fajita Veggies”

What’s in YOUR fridge?

What’s in your fridge?? Here’s what’s in mine: Every time I go to the grocery store, I try to make sure my cart is a majority vegetables, fruits, meat and eggs.I minimize dairy, refined sugar, refined grains and alcohol and have been gluten free for about 5 years. I also do food prep and mealContinue reading “What’s in YOUR fridge?”

Healthy-ish Fried Rice

Any time I have a craving for Chinese food I make this easy, healthier version of fried rice. This is also a fun way to “dress up” rice if you eat it often and you’re sick of the same old thing. It’s easy to make and easy to clean up. In a pot, you’ll need:Continue reading “Healthy-ish Fried Rice”

Mediterranean Cucumber Salsa

If you love a good savory dish, you need to check out this Mediterranean-inspired cucumber salsa. It pairs great with lemon pepper chicken or I just eat it as a snack! Either way, it’s bound to be one of your new favorites. The flavors mix together perfectly and the blend of veggies make it niceContinue reading “Mediterranean Cucumber Salsa”

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”