Course: Main Dish

Quick-Fix Chili

Quick-Fix Chili

Growing up my mom would always make us some warming chili once the weather started turning colder.  Now every year I get a craving for this delicious chili, that couldn’t be any easier to make! To maintain the healthy element, I always purchase organic grass-fed […]

Creamy Sweet Potato Broccoli Soup

Creamy Sweet Potato Broccoli Soup

This is my 4-yr-old daughter’s favorite soup right now.  She gobbles it up without question, while repeatedly telling me how I’m the best cook in the whole world. 🙂  It’s also very easy to make, and oh so good for you!    

One-Pot Chicken Dinner

One-Pot Chicken Dinner

One-pot meals are seriously the best. Not only is this a healthy, crowd-pleasing, easy-to-make meal, the clean up is also a breeze too!

Make sure you use organic chicken and veggies if possible, and even enjoy reheating these tasty leftovers the next day.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oven Baked Salmon

Oven Baked Salmon

Salmon is a wonderful source of protein, omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamins A, D, B6, B, E, and it also has significant amounts of calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus and zinc! It is, however, very important to consume only wild salmon, and not farmed, to avoid potential antibiotics, […]

Squash Medley

Squash Medley

I love butternut squash so much. It’s a healthy, versatile vegetable that has fantastic shelf life. When I was a kid, my parents would often cook up a butternut squash with some potatoes and carrots, gave it a little mash, seasoned it up a bit, […]

One Pot Vegetable Rice Soup

One Pot Vegetable Rice Soup

I love soups so much, but I don’t make them very much in the summer, for obvious reasons. But when the clouds rolled in today, and the rain started to fall, I knew that this extremely simple and wholesome soup was just the fix. It’s a simple and nutritious one-pot-meal, that will surely be enjoyed by all.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scrumptious Apple Scramble

Scrumptious Apple Scramble

I’m not typically a fan of cooked fruit, but somehow using crisp and tangy Granny Smith apples, with copious amounts of butter and cinnamon, it magically works for me.  This scramble doesn’t even seem much like eggs, but more of a porridge or pudding (that’s not […]

Savory Tuscan Basil Chicken Pasta

Savory Tuscan Basil Chicken Pasta

Commercially-raised poultry often contains hormones, antibiotics, pesticides and other contaminates, all of which can be a potential health hazard. While buying organic chicken may increase your grocery bill, the health benefits are definitely well worth it.  Not only is pasture-raised chicken meat leaner and more […]

Delicious Gluten Free Oatmeal Pancakes

Delicious Gluten Free Oatmeal Pancakes

These high-fiber, oaty pancakes, are a great change to ordinary pancakes. They’re not too crumbly either, so you can grab them on the go, or simply doll them up with some grass-fed butter, pure maple syrup, and/or nut butter. They’re easy to make, are very filling, and will give you lasting energy. These are my 5-year old’s favorite pancakes!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Smothered Mushrooms and Greens

Smothered Mushrooms and Greens

      I love mushrooms, and I love greens.  Kale however is the only green that’s a little bit harder for me to eat, so I have to find creative ways to prepare it.  This dish definitely fits the bill.  Packed full of nutrients, […]