It’s about that time of year again - the time when we open our barbecue grills to family and friends. It’s the Mama Q -quick, healthy and modern!
So moms…get your grills ready! Grab your favorite wedges: They’re best for planning, prepping, and grilling while being so very modern. Oh yes, we are talking shoes here, not lettuce or lemons!
Looking for a delicious meat-free lunch recipe?
We love this grilled vegetarian panini made from mozzarella cheese, roasted red peppers and olive spread.
It's a hot and tasty treat that makes the perfect mid-day meal.
Ingredients (makes 4 sandwiches)
As busy moms, we've all got full plates and welcome any meal that is delicious, easy to make and healthy. That's why we were thrilled when we found this healthy recipe that combines so many of our favorite ingredients in one hot mess of a recipe!
Looking for a fun new lunch idea? Look no further!
This delicious panini recipe is perfect for fall!
Creamy Brie, Ham and Apple Panini
Ingredients (Serves 4)
8 pieces of hearty baguette or whole wheat sourdough bread
2 apples, thinly sliced
8 slices Triple crème Brie cheese (substitute smoked Gouda or a sharp cheddar if you aren’t a fan of Brie)
Moms are always on the lookout for quick and easy meal ideas.
This lettuce wrap recipe has only five simple ingredients and you should be able to make the whole thing in less than 10 minutes.
Healthy, tasty and kid-friendly. What could be better?
This great recipe comes from Jessie Jane, founder of Lilyshop. Are you looking for a light, fresh salad to serve as your main course? Are you strapped for time?
This edamame salad is packed with vegetable protein, and there is no oil in the dressing! It's a great go-to meal for any occasion.
Edamame Salad Recipe
I just love this recipe for Chicken Curry Salad!
It's full of flavor, has tender chicken and great crunch from the lettuce!
It’s National Egg Salad Week! Wanna know how to eat egg salad to keep your energy level high?
As kids, we were pretty picky eaters, but there was one thing you could always count on us eating --a peanut butter sandwich.
In our house, it often had honey on it rather than jelly, as our mom always seemed to have her own way of serving something slightly different than the norm. But either way, we loved our PB &J, or our PB& H. And if your kids are like the way we were, or like Tammy’s twin daughters, peanut butter goes down without a fight and it’s a good vehicle for getting nutrition into your kids.
Just because we are busy moms on the go doesn't mean we can't take a moment to stop and make ourselves a delicious lunch. Sometimes it feels like most of my lunches are eating up that last bite of the PB&J sandwich and the last half-eaten bite of apple that my kids don't finish in their lunch.