Comfortably Classic: Monday Made It: Balsamic Sausage & Brussels' Sprouts. The first thing I made isn't actually a craft or recipe- it's money!
Hahah!! My mom introduced me to this fun app called Receipt Hog- have you guys heard of it? It's so simple and earns you easy money. All you have to do is take pictures of your receipts from recent shopping trips to the grocery store, pharmacy, Target, etc. Then you earn coins based on how much you spent! Here what my app screen looks like right now! That totally sounded like a super cheesy ad, but I promise it's not :) Just want to share this money saving tip with my bloggy friends!! This was one of the first recipes that I made from the cookbook, and it's been a regular in our house ever since! I used to think that slow cooker meals were for hearty, winter, warm you to your bones type meals. Dump it all in your crock pot, set the timer, and enjoy a cool kitchen on a hot summer day! It is so, so good. This recipe makes enough for 2. Ingredients 6 sweet Italian pork sausages 1 shallot, finely chopped. Emergency Meatballs Recipe – Stupid Easy Paleo. We always have a batch of Emergency Meatballs stashed away in the freezer, and they’ve saved mealtime more than once!
I’m a firm believer in having emergency protein, soups, or stews on hand in the deep freeze, waiting for those times when life happens and the only viable alternative is calling for pizza. In those moments, being prepared with a batch or two of Emergency Meatballs is priceless. What makes these Emergency Meatballs special? Well, it’s sort of that they’re not special. Two pounds of meat means you’ll have leftovers, and the spices / flavor profile is neutral enough that these pair well with just about anything. Here’s what you can do with them once you thaw them gently in some simmering bone broth:
Paleo Ketchup. Never in a million years would I have believed you if you had told me that someday I would not only be making my very own homemade Paleo Ketchup, but that I would also be posting a recipe for it.
I’m not a big fan of ketchup, you see? Never have been, never will be. Fully Loaded Citrus Marinated Chicken Lettuce Wraps. My boobs are sore.
Which is weird since it’s from doing 50 toes to bar. Every time I do toes to bar, my boobs get sore. The part of your chest that’s right up there next to your armpit. Yeah, right there. 50 toes to bar is just no fun. But I absolutely loved doing CrossFit open workout 14.4. 14 minute AMRAP: 60-calorie row 50 toes-to-bars 40 wall-ball shots, 20 / 14 lb. 30 cleans, 135 / 95 lb. 20 muscle-ups So until Friday, I hadn’t done muscle ups in probably 4-6 months. Guess how I celebrated? Since a bunch of us were excited about getting muscle ups, we decided to do a muscle up workout on Sunday. 20 Minute AMRAP: 2 Muscle-ups 4 Handstand Push-ups 8 Kettlebell swings (70/55) Avocado-Lime Deviled Eggs.
Coconut Lime Jalapeño Marinated Chicken Salad. I don’t really know what to say about The Bachelorette this week.
Because it was yet another episode that needed more drama. WHEN IS KAITLYN GOING TO SLEEP WITH ONE OF THEM?!! You can’t put that in the preview starting at episode one and put that drama off until later. That is just unacceptable. The guys did their normal routine of going on dates where they have to make up their own lyrics and sing to her. I don’t know how much longer I can watch a show that only includes adult men singing poorly. Can someone tell me why Ben H. from Denver looks familiar?
Let’s talk about Shawn. But before I leave you, let’s just remember that ABC made these men stand out in a baseball field in NYC in the middle of winter. Enough about balls, let’s get to marinating! Coconut Lime Jalapeño Marinated Chicken Salad Total time Whisk all marinade ingredients together and place in ziploc bag and into the refrigerator for up to 24 hours.Heat up grill or grill pan over medium-high heat. Whole30 Sauces, dips, dressings and marinades. I am all about flavor when I prepare meals and nothing adds flavor like sauces, dips, marinades and dressings.
They will liven up plain old chicken salad, tuna salad, salads, meats, main dishes and veggies. I'm a dipper. I need to dip my chicken fingers, french fries, veggies, you name it. Here are a few ways to liven up your meals. Take this post and tailor it to your own needs. A few tips before I get started: Everyone has a different palate and enjoys different flavors. Herbs are almost always interchangeable. Homemade Mayo I'm going to start out with basic good old mayo. Let's talk about the right machine. Blendtec- mixed reviews, a few fails and but most say they like it Vitamix- works so long as your don't power it up too high, use setting #4 Philips blender- works.