Pardon the pun, but this recipe for Sugar Free Beet Kettle Corn just “popped” into my mind and I knew immediately the idea needed to come into fruition!
I really love me some salty-sweet popcorn, it reminds me of good times had at the state fair, football games, rodeos and kiddy carnivals! What I don’t love so much is the sugar overload, and that’s why I’ve made this “skinnier” version and added beet juice powder to boot! Read on to get all the details and full recipe — package some up as a Valentine’s Day snack for your sweetie! Continue reading →
The only thing traditional about my meatballs and sauce is the meat – it’s beef. While Italian spices are nice, southwestern spices like cumin are ground chipotle pepper are twice as nice. And, rather than slaving away all day in the kitchen with a slow-simmer, I’ve cut the cook time into a tiny fraction of old-school recipes thanks to the Instant Pot. Check out my recipe for Beef Enchilada Instant Pot Meatballs because, yee-haw, it’s what’s for dinner in 30 minutes.
You know you need this easy Instant Pot dinner recipe in your life, read on! Continue reading →
This post is sponsored by Farmhouse Delivery, I received products/services in return for my editorial consideration.
There are a few no-fail ways to win my heart. Keep me company on a long run without complaining, agree that I need another pair of cowboy boots for my collection, or send me a massive box of locally-sourced, organic fruits, veggies and other fine foods so that I can save time creating healthy, nourishing meals to fuel my active lifestyle.
So, let’s chat about the latter, being “gifted” with local Texas produce and other home state food supplies and sundries from Farmhouse Delivery. Farmhouse Delivery partners with local farmers and ranchers to deliver the cleanest, highest-quality, sustainably produced food to my front door – and yours! Farmhouse Delivery helped me mastermind some beautiful, body-boosting meals to feed my family this week. Read on to learn about my experience with this delivery service and get my recipe for Sweet Potato Grits and meal inspiration. Continue reading →
There’s just something about soup. It’s so satisfying to slurp up on these cold, blustery days of late and also a great way to sneak in an extra boost of wellness during this season when many of us are can be feeling under the weather. Plus, filling, low-calorie soups, like my Turmeric Carrot Tomato Soup, can be a smart way to hit the reset button on your diet after the holiday free for all.
So, in the spirit of it being National Soup month, cold & flu season, and time to get back on the clean eating wagon, get all the details on my easy-to-make, Paleo, dairy-free, gluten-free, vegan friendly recipe – Turmeric Carrot Tomato Soup. Continue reading →
I’ve whipped up my version of Hoppin’ John, a traditional Southern dish made with black eyed peas, rice and ham eaten to ensure prosperity in the in the New Year. My Black Eyed Pea Grain Bowl with Spicy Orange Dressing is easy to make and will fuel you up with healthy ingredients to start off 2018 with success!
Read on to find out some of the details behind this New Year’s Day tradition and why I skipped the ham and added an egg, extra veggies and a fabulous spicy citrus dressing to my 20-minute meal. Continue reading →
Wow, it’s December 1st, time for my (Gluten Free) Upside Down Cranberry Cornmeal Coffee Cake. Keeping it super simple and sweet today as I have a 26.2 mile road race on Sunday and a chore list that’s even longer than the marathon!
Read on the get this yummy breakfast, brunch or dessert recipe and a great tip on storing fresh cranberries: Continue reading →
I like a hot breakfast before the crack of dawn, but am usually not in any mental condition to do scratch cooking until a couple hours (of coffee) later. But, I know my body NEEDS nourishing food, so I do a little meal prep work the night before so that I can have my “super” quinoa oats ready ASAP in the AM. Apple Cider Super Oats with Cranberry Sauce is one of my favorite flavor combos this time of year.
Read on to get the make-ahead recipe and find out how this combo of oats, quinoa and protein powder fills me up for a run, workout and ridiculously long list of holiday errands all before lunch. Continue reading →
Wishing you a blessed Thanksgiving with family, friends and delicious food. As hungry as everyone will be, leftovers are likely to be part of the equation if you’re like me – I always make too much for the feast! My recipe for Skinny Turkey & Quinoa Pot Pie Soup is a “must make” and will use up all those turkey scraps and vegetable bits left on the platter.
Another perk, the recipe comes together in under 30-minutes making it perfect for a day spent holiday bargain shopping at the Black Friday Sales. Read on to get all the details and the full recipe: Continue reading →