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100 Days of No Processed Meals - Crock Pot Style

100 Days of No Processed Meals - Crock Pot Style

Bread in a Mug - Oh Sweet Mercy Going gluten free means no more delicious, yeasty, bread-y bread. I’m sorry, but there just isn’t a gluten free alternative that EXACTLY matches the taste and texture of a good ole loaf of wheat bread. There are many recipes out there that come close, but that’s it. Close is not. quite. it. So, it wasn’t too hard of a transition for me going on the Trim Healthy Mama plan. If you read my post Monday, on How to Make an Egg White Omelette That Looks Like the Real Thing then you probably want to know what my other slick trick with nooch (nutritional yeast) is. Oh yes…you can! I’ve been playing around in my kitchen, and here is my version of BIM (Bread in a Mug). Sandwich bread? I will tarry no longer…let’s get on with it and make some bread in a mug! Take your mug or dish, or even a bowl…whatever you’d like. Add the dry ingredients. Stir well. Here’s where you’ll need to make a decision. Do you smell that yeasty, bready aroma? 1 egg 1 Tbs golden flax meal 1 Tbs coconut flour* pinch of sea salt

Zesty Cilantro Lime Roasted Chicken If you're new here, you may want to sign up for FREE weekly updates delivered to your inbox featuring Real Food recipes, nutrition & health articles, and special discounts or promotions. P.S. This post may contain affiliate links to products or services I use, enjoy, or recommend. By making purchases through these links, you are supporting the companies or products I believe in, and you're supporting Food Renegade. Thank you! Chicken from pastured hens is split, marinated in a blend of cilantro and lime, and oven roasted to create this flavorful dish shared with us by Megan Keatley of Health-Bent. Roasted chicken is a comfort meal that speaks to all regions of the U.S. Zesty Cilantro Lime Roasted Chicken The Players The How-To Get your chicken out of the fridge pronto. Now we’re going to split the chicken in half — trying to get it to lay flat as it can. In your food processor, puree the lime zest & juice, green onions, garlic, olive oil and salt. Preheat your oven to 400F.

really good, but really bad for you 7 Delicious Protein Smoothie Recipes Are your taste buds tired of the same old smoothie flavors? Opting for a protein shake can be a convenient and tasty post-workout snack or meal replacement, but blending the same old recipe can get old! Shake up your smoothie routine with these healthy creations from Life by DailyBurn. Bonus: The plant-based protein powder used in each of these recipes is free of dairy, gluten and soy to suit all dietary needs. Photo by Perry Santanachote 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. What’s your favorite smoothie recipe? White Cheese and Chicken Lasagna I’m a complete and utterly in love with all forms of lasagna. There’s just something about those layers of cheese, noodles and sauce that I can’t help but get weak in the knees over. So you probably can understand why I was instantly intrigued when I found Anna and Chelsea’s recipe for a White Cheese and Chicken Lasagna. Chicken, cheese, spinach and as if there wasn’t already an abundance of cheese here, there’s also a white cheese sauce! To make this lasagna happen, all you need is chicken (I used rotisserie chicken and it was fabulously easy), lasagna noodles, frozen spinach (thawed and squeezed dry), butter, milk, chicken broth, onion, garlic, flour, salt and pepper, dried oregano and basil, fresh parsley, ricotta, Parmesan and mozzarella cheese. Start by bringing a large pot of water to a boil. Next get some prep out of the way and chop up a medium onion, mince the garlic clove and give a small handful of parsley a good, rough chop. In a good-sized sauce pot, melt a stick of butter.

Roasting Turkey at Home For Sandwiches One of my New Year's resolutions is to always bring my lunch to work. I'm trying to save money, eat healthier, and have more time so I can go on a long walk during my workday. So far, so good! Of course now that I'm shopping at the market more often I'm trying to figure out ways to bring down costs there too. I settled on turkey and picked up a free range natural 3.75 lb. bone-in turkey breast from my butcher for $23. Besides, a sixty percent savings (3 lbs. of pre-packaged turkey meat from the same makers of the bone-in breast would cost over $50), my homemade sandwich meat tastes better than most deli meat I've tried. Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Nicole Perry POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women.

Greener Eating: Search results for cafe rio These are really good in taco salad! Squeeze a little lime on top, and voila! (Marian found the original recipe here.) I'm posting pressure cooker instructions. 1 lb dry black beans, rinsed and sorted 1 c. tomato sauce/juice/whatever 3 1/2 c. water 1/2 large sweet onion (or 1 regular onion), chopped 2 garlic cloves, minced 1/2 T. salt 1 to 2 T. cumin (depending on desired spiciness) • Put all ingredients in a pressure cooker. • Cook on high pressure, 50 minutes, natural release.

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