Monthly Archives: November 2016

Slow Cooker Moroccan Chicken

After spending long hours prepping food over the holiday weekend, I’m sure we’re all ready for a simple and healthy meal that’s not turkey or mashed potatoes! This recipe is so comforting, packs lots of nutrition and is very simple to make. The Moroccan seasoning (which is a combo of cinnamon, cumin, black pepper and

Miso-Garlic Marinated Ribeye Steak

Miso (soybean paste) is often an underutilized ingredient, but it adds amazing salty flavor to marinades and dressings. This steak is sweet, salty and spicy and while great on it’s own, it would also make a wonderful taco filling. If you’re a fan of Korean BBQ, this recipe will be one that you will definitely

Mini Turkey Meatloaves with Wild Mushroom Sour Cream Sauce

In our household, we LOVE meatloaf and mushrooms so this recipe has quickly become one of our favorites. It tastes very similar to a stroganoff, but the sauce has a richer flavor thanks to the wild mushrooms. Serve this meal with roasted veggies and crusty bread to soak up all that yumminess! 1. Preheat oven

Peanut Butter Chickpea Blondies

Blondies are like a brownie, but they taste like a chocolate chip cookie since they’re made with vanilla instead of cocoa. These types of desserts can be very high carb, so I decided why not make a bar that tastes exactly the same but contains health benefits? I’m telling you, these are delish! Super peanut