• herb roasted chicken red potatoes #recipes #chickenrecipes
    Meat,  Recipes

    Herb-Roasted Chicken with Red Potatoes & Kale

    Our family eats a lot of chicken because it’s cheaper, Maand so it’s a good thing that I love the flavor of chicken! 🙂 For best results on this recipe, use a large enough sheet pan to allow the vegetables enough room to be spread into a single layer without overcrowding, while keeping all ingredients to one single pan. Keeping all ingredients on a single sheet pan is important in this case because the juice from the chicken and lemon wedges will mingle with the fresh herbs to infuse the potatoes, onion, and kale with incredible flavor while cooking. Featured Product: (my referral link) 200 Count Precut Parchment Paper –…

  • Sheet Pan Beef Fajitas Recipe #fajitas #cleaneatingrecipes
    February,  Meat,  Recipes

    Sheet Pan Beef Fajitas

    I’ll have to admit… I LOVE meals that are fast fixes and that don’t require a lot of fuss… Plus, winter time is a good time to heat up the oven, making sheet pan meals a great choice. This is how dinner should be: Fast, easy, and full of flavor! You can have this tasty meal on the table in 30 minutes if needed, or you can marinate the steak ahead of time with some olive oil and the dried spices listed below for extra flavor.  For best results, choose a pan with enough room to spread the vegetables out into a single layer without overcrowding while roasting. Featured Product:…

  • Classic Beef Stew Recipe #recipes #beefstew #soups
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    Classic Beef Stew

    Growing up, beef stew was a common Sunday evening meal after church.  After Sunday’s lunch, my mother would toss into the crock pot all our leftover roasted potatoes, carrots and beef, then she’d add some tomato sauce, onions, and cabbage….plus, whatever we had left in the fridge…green beans, corn, etc.  This stew never left us disappointed and it was a perfect way to enjoy leftovers! Today; however, I’m sharing a simple classic beef stew recipe that you can make if you’re so inclined to make your own beef stew from scratch… This hearty beef stew features plenty of delicious, garden-fresh herbs and vegetables, so it’s a great way to enjoy…

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    A Simple Salmon Salad and Our Story of How We Fell in Love with the Beautiful Fish

    Our Story of How We Fell in Love with the Beautiful Fish My hubby and I LOVE salmon.  We first got hooked when we were newlyweds, who loved to gorge ourselves at Golden Corral. Wow, those were the days of misery, because I always spouted off to my hubby, “Eat up! You’ve got to get your money’s worth!” In pain, we’d slowly stroll away after our meal, gently climb into the car, our bellies aching from our over indulgence of an abundant meal. I soon learned that buffets are NOT such a great bargain for the belly after all. 😉 Alas we met…  One fine day, while on our “Belly-Busting…

  • Breads,  Cooking,  Meat,  Recipes,  Sandwiches,  Uncategorized

    Chicken Broccoli Cheddar Hot Pockets – Recipe

    This is recipe is basically a homemade hot pocket. You can save money finding ways to create fresh, home-cooked copies of your favorite processed meals. And what’s so great is that you know you can pronounce all the ingredients (skipping out on a lot of added chemicals that come in processed foods). You can also have more control over sodium, fat, and other added calories. *These can be frozen, thawed overnight, and then reheated the next day for lunch.  Take two large chicken breasts, season well to taste with salt, pepper, seasoning salt, garlic powder, onion powder, and a bit of dry mustard if you like that kind of thing!…