Slow Cooker Sweet Potato Curry. Butternut Squash Lasagna. Frozen Greek Yogurt Banana Slices. These frozen yogurt banana poppers might just take the award for the best snack in your pantry, fridge, freezer, backpack or wherever else you stash your daily munchables.
After one batch, I was completely hooked. Homemade Banana Peanut Butter Granola Bars. A good granola bar is a true savior to stop an embarrassing stomach-grumbling moment in the middle of class.
Despite being a convenient and surefire way to quiet a loud belly, at around $2 a bar, this midday snack can become a pricey habit. Moreover, store-bought granola bars are often made with a lot of added sugar to create candy bar-esque flavors. By making granola bars at home, you can choose simple ingredients and save cash without compromising on health or taste. All the ingredients that went into making these bars came out to about $15 at Whole Foods, so the cost of each bar was less than a dollar. The best part of this recipe is that you can change up the types of nuts, seeds and fruit to your liking. Parmesan Spinach Scramble. 3 Refreshing DIY Ice Pop Recipes. Asparagus Pea Pasta Bowl. The Insanely Easy Breakfasts Food Bloggers Eat All the Time (But Don't Think Are Worth Posting) 5 Protein-Packed Breakfasts Under 500 Calories. Peanut Butter, Banana, and Flax Smoothies Recipe. No Bake Energy Bites.
No-Bake Energy Bites This no bake energy bites recipe is super simple to make, made with healthier ingredients, and they taste like no bake cookies!
Be sure to click around on the site for more delicious and healthy recipes ideas. Coconut Sugar Caramelized Plantains. It’s not often that I eat dinner solo these days, but one recent evening when John was away I walked down to our local Whole Foods and went straight for the hot food and salad bar.
Have you ever been there? That place is like magic! It was there that I fell in love with caramelized plantains. Oh mama. Sun-dried Tomato Basil Pinwheels. This recipe was originally going to be vegan calzones.
But friends, it’s too dang hot to turn on the oven right now. So, simple, heat-free summer appetizers it is! This recipe is simple, requiring just 8 ingredients and 15 minutes to prepare! Peanut Butter Cup Energy Bites. Sometimes, “real” food sounds exhausting and you just want something quick and easy to throw in your purse and call “lunch” without anyone judging you.
Well, consider this a judgment free zone. And if today is one of those days, here is my solution: Energy bites! Cooking for One: 29 Insanely Easy, Healthy Meals You Can Make in Minutes. In the kitchen, one can be the loneliest number.
The fear of leftover fatigue or doing the math to modify recipes for a single serving (why do so many recipes make so much at once?) Can drive anyone to order out or eat a sad bowl of cereal rather than cooking. After all, spending time making a dish that requires pans and utensils isn’t worth it when you’re dining alone, right? You might also like. 29 Insanely Easy, Healthy Meals You Can Make In Minutes. Kale & Sun Dried Tomatoes Stuffed Chicken. Chicken & Brussels Sprouts with Mustard Sauce. Oatmeal Pancakes. Healthy fettuccine alfredo with cauliflower sauce and sweet peas. When I first saw the recipe for healthy fettuccine alfredo with cauliflower sauce by Pinch of Yum on Foodgawker, I immediately fell in love with the idea of making a perfectly healthy alternative to my favorite alfredo sauce.
Plus, seeing this sauce immediately brought back the memories of a few years back, during Atkins diet craze, when I used to make “fake” mashed potatoes using cauliflower and how much I enjoyed it! Slow Cooker Beef Stroganoff Recipe - Clean Eating. Classic beef Stroganoff is a Russian dish made by simmering strips of beef in a stew and swirling in velvety sour cream.
Classics Made Clean - Clean Eating. We transformed biscuits & sausage gravy from guilty pleasure to breakfast of champions.
Photo: Laura Wright By Julie O'Hara Serves: 8Hands-on Time: 40 minutesTotal Time: 40 minutes 5 tbsp cold organic unsalted butter3 1/2 cups whole milk, divided1 tbsp white or apple cider vinegar1 3/4 cups plus ⁄ cup white whole-wheat flour, divided, plus additional for dusting1/2 cup stone-ground yellow cornmeal1 1/2 tsp baking powder1/2 tsp baking soda (TRY: Bob’s Red Mill Baking Soda)1/4 plus ⁄ tsp sea salt, divided4 scallions, light green and green parts only, sliced3 piquillo peppers, patted dry and finely choppedOlive oil cooking spray2 all-natural lean Italian turkey sausages (about 3 1/2 oz each), casings removed6 oz lean ground turkey breast1/2 tsp dried thyme1 tsp fresh ground black pepper8 eggs (over easy, sunny-side up or poached), optional1 1/2 tbsp chopped fresh chives Preheat oven to 425°F.
Greek-Style-Skillet-Supper. For a taste of Greece, this one-dish complete meal is sure to be a hit. Feta cheese accents the authentic flavor. Makes 6 servings. Buttermilk roast chicken. Without a doubt, the very best part of fried chicken is the battered, seasoned, gold-tinged and impossibly crisp exterior. But, as far as I’m concerned, the tender chicken within is no distant second. The best fried chicken recipes have you soak the uncooked chicken in a salty/sweet brine of buttermilk and seasonings for at least day, resulting in meat that’s decadent long before it hits the fryer. Wouldn’t it be great if the insides could garner the same gushing their pretty skins do? This is what I was thinking of when I stumbled on an old Nigella recipe for buttermilk roasted chicken.
Of course, that was four weeks ago and for three of them, I sat at a table piled with eraser dust and red pencil overlooking the avenue below, editing away dreaming mostly of the buttermilk chicken I would finally make when I was done. Crispy sweet potato roast. I have a complicated relationship with sweet potatoes. I think they’re one of these wonder vegetables — impossible to mess up cooking, pretty consistently delicious whether you buy them freshly-dug from the farmers market or from a grocery chain, aglow with vitamins A and C and chock full of fiber. [Which I mostly think about because I’m the mother of a sweet potato junkie.]
I like them in cake, sweet biscuits and pie. Sneaky Vanilla Pudding for School Lunches/Snacks. Kids — and adults — have been back in school for a couple of weeks now and you may be running out of ideas for healthy snacks and lunches. I think this recipe is a great way to sneak avocado and banana into the diet of any willful child or picky adult. Here is the vegan Vanilla Avocado Banana Pudding recipe… Ingredients: 1 ripe avocado 1/2 frozen banana 1 tablespoons vanilla extract 3/4 cup almond milk 1/4 cup vegan powdered sugar or other sweetener (optional) Directions: In a food processor, blend together the meat of the avocado and the banana until few chunks remain. 29 Insanely Easy, Healthy Meals You Can Make In Minutes. Vanilla-Glazed Pumpkin Scones. Carrot Cake Pancakes. 7 Lean Chicken Breast Recipes. 6 Slow-Cooker Breakfast Recipes. Easy White Bean & Spinach Soup. Black Bean Spinach Quesadilla. Skinny Baked Broccoli Mac & Cheese. Parmesan Chicken Tenders.
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