Category: Recipes

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Healthy Spring Slaw!

Yesssss warmer weather!  What better way to celebrate than with some yummy seasonal food?  This is a spin on traditional coleslaw.  Usually it is laden with mayo and other heavy ingredients.  My version here uses lots of local produce, a light dressing, and some healthy seeds.  Delish! This is a great way to celebrate spring […]

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Sriracha Glazed Turnips

Doesn’t bacon make everything better? This tasty side comes together quickly for an easy weeknight meal. 1 small red onion, sliced 4 slices (thick-cut, if possible) bacon 12 oz turnips (preferably small Japanese turnips), peeled if you like (not necessary) and cut into 1-inch pieces 2 tbsp Sriracha 2 tbsp honey 1/4 c crumbled blue […]

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Stuffed Pepper Soup!

Do you love stuffed peppers but sometimes think it’s too much work to prepare the filling, stuff each pepper individually, and then bake?  Then this soup is perfect for you!  It features lots of yummy fresh veggies, lean ground buffalo, and (optional) brown rice. It’s also incredibly easy, takes very little time, and tastes delicious. […]

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Cupcakes for Dinner

Dessert for dinner? Yes, please! You’ll fool friends, family, and kids alike when you serve “cupcakes” for dinner! Meatloaf and mashed potatoes make a convincing con. Meatloaf 1 lb. ground beef 1/2 onion, diced 1 cup bread crumbs (or any combination of ground flaxseed, wheat bran, or wheat germ) 1/2 cup milk 2 tablespoons Worcestershire […]

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Bananas Foster French Toast (perfect for Mardi Gras celebrations!)

Can you believe it is Mardi Gras already?  I can’t!  February is flying!  However, I am always up for celebrations, preferably ones that involve delicious food, and Mardi Gras is exactly that.  Nothing says party like bananas foster french toast with whipped cream.  I think this lasted a grand total of 5 minutes (max) after it […]

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