Frittata’s are so simple. Easy grab and go breakfast, make a huge batch at once then cut and store. Easy peasy. I’m all about easy real food meals. So many people believe that eating healthy is more difficult and takes too much time to prepare, which in turn keeps them from even trying this lifestyle. Well, I’m here to tell you that if I can do it… YOU CAN! It’s all about planning ahead, taking about 2 hours on a sunday to prep everything for the week, that way when the time comes to make dinner for the day, you’ve already chopped/diced/sliced everything and all you have to do is cook. The only things you have to dirty are the dishes you eat off of and the pans you cook the stuff up in. You can do this. Your health is worth it.
On April 20th, we started our 2nd round of The 21 Day Sugar Detox. It’s a lot easier this time now that I have kept up with the original routine of prepping foods for the week, and since we generally eat VERY low sugar Paleo, it’s been a breeze and I haven’t missed much. Continue reading “This Week’s Menu Planning 4/25-5/1”
All my life I’ve loved the Duncan Hines Blueberry Streusel muffins that come in the red box with the can of blueberries and the bag of ‘streusel’. Does anyone else remember those? Well, big surprise that neither myself nor John can eat any of that stuff in that box anymore, so the other day when a blueberry muffin craving hit, I did some brief research on how to make muffins from scratch. After deciding I’m all “muffin’d out” as of lately I then set my mind to scones and altered the recipe (in my brain) accordingly. Scones sound so scholarly. So tea with the Queen-y. Sophisticated breakfast cookies. Continue reading “SCONES! (3 ways: Blueberry, Apple, Dark Chocolate Raspberry)”
Within the last year, my tastebuds have changed. And when I say changed, I mean they’ve started breathing fire… I love EVERYTHING spicy! I know that not everyone has this love for spiciness like me, but I’m so glad John does! So, that being said, today’s recipe is on the flaming hot side of spicy… You have been warned. 😉. Adjust your spicy level accordingly. Continue reading “Roasted Butternut Squash Chicken Chili”
As promised, here is our much awaited complete review of the 21DSD, from the perspectives of Sydney & John… Continue reading “21DSD Complete Review”
If you’re looking for a savory comfort food dish that’s sure to please, you’ve found a winner with this recipe for Venison (or Beef) Stroganoff. Who says eating Paleo or doing the 21DSD detox has to be all salads and boring foods?!…
I’m lucky enough to have a Dad that deer hunts (responsibly), and cans the venison that he harvests… Even better, he SHARES!!! So, thank you Mom and Dad for sharing some venison with us! I’ll make this for ya’ll when we visit next. 🙂
Ya’ll… This chicken tho… It’s to die for and SO easy to make! Toss in the crock pot and go! Continue reading “Crock Pot BBQ Balsamic Chicken Thighs”
This post is a day late, and I apologize! Our real day 21 was super duper busy–full of tracking down a mandoline slicer, teaching a Spinning class, prepping the food for the SuperBowl party we were going to, showering and getting ready… Madness.
Day 20 involved a Spinning class at a new gym, grocery shopping & meal prep for the upcoming week (since my Sunday prep day will be filled with teaching at my other gym & Super Bowl festivities), and concocting a dry rub recipe for some killer wings for you wonderful humans reading this. If you’re still looking for recipes for your dish to take to your SuperBowl party, look no further! Continue reading “21DSD: Day 20 & Chipotle ‘Seahawk’ Wings”
I’ve been thinking about how we’re going to apply this to our daily post-detox lives, and I’m thinking about allowing Continue reading “21DSD: Day 19 & Coconut Baked Fried Chicken”