This is one of my favorite recipes when I'm having company or when I just want an elegant meal. It looks beautiful when it's done and the flavor is amazing.
It's like having a restaurant meal at home...AND it's healthy and low in calories! :)
Note: While you can make this with leg of lamb, but I prefer the lamb chops or a rack of lamb because it's more appealing to the eye.
Want to break out of the holiday routine? Spice up your Thanksgiving dinner by putting a sweet and savory twist on the traditional turkey!
Turkey breast marinated in maple syrup and soy sauce will delight your taste buds when paired with green beans and carrots drizzled with a tasty sesame-ginger glaze.
A stuffed pumpkin? Yes, with stuffing!! If it didn’t just happen, I would not believe it myself.
Joy has been coming up with many different ways to serve the stuffing and quite frankly I would like to eat it the traditional way... but not her! She has been testing recipes all week and I just can't eat another bite.
Dressing up a store bought stuffing mix by adding a few extra ingredients is a time-saving way to make everyone's favorite Thanksgiving side dish.
No one will ever know you it came from a box!
I wanted to share one of my FAVORITE recipes to prepare and freeze! These turkey dumplings are healthy, delicious, and easy to make!
Let me know what you think :)
Turkey Potstickers/Dumplings Recipe
Distance runners everywhere rejoice - the holiday for carbo loading is upon us. October 17th is National Pasta Day!
Every family has their favorite noodle dish, but if you want to switch things up a little bit, we've put together a list of three of our favorite pasta meals.
Serve with a salad of crisp greens and your favorite vino (milk for the kids), and you’ll be celebrating right!
American “Pasketti” and Meat Sauce
The leaves are changing, the temperature is dipping a little bit, I just love the Fall and yes, I am definitely a leaf peeper!
I love seeing all the warm comforting colors, and am simply amazed at how vibrant and beautiful nature is at this time of year. Everything about the Fall rocks!
Having dinner as a family is a great way to catch up on the day. But after a long week, it's hard to find the energy to whip up a gourmet meal.
So to help you kick off the weekend, here are some fun and easy ideas for Friday night dinner that your family is sure to love!
Tasty Taco Time
A big taco dinner is something healthy and easy to serve. Everyone gets to make their own tacos just the way they like it.
Here's what you need:
One thing I like to do is include sweet notes in my little one's lunch box. You can download our free printable lunchbox notes (shown on the right) - they're super cute and so much fun!)
Here's my healthy school lunch list:
Sliced apples with peanut butter