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I prefer the Enoki mushrooms because they blend in with the noodles and my children do not always realize I am feeding them mushrooms!
This is great to make up at the beginning of the week for easy breakfasts during the week.
Tasty breakfast! This reheats well.
We change up the veggies depending on what is in season and what we have in the fridge!
This recipe is using the pot roast left over from the night before.
I listed the most common ingredients I use. I tend to change it up some since we eat this about once a week. If you want to add a kick to it then try adding Thia Chili sauce, red chilis, or chili power. I serve this with soba noodles, rice noodles, or steamed brown rice.
This is the easiest recipe and my kids LOVE it. Even though they are now teenagers, they are convinced that there really is a secret to making the sauce!
We adapted this recipe from Prevention Magazine using ingrediants we had on hand,
Healthy and fast. This is the new family favorite recipe.
This recipe makes 18 enchiladas. Perfect for a party or for freezing!
This is a family favorite. Even my little one who HATES spinach and tomatoes wants seconds.
We make these up on Sunday morning and freeze the leftovers for a quick to-go breakfast during the week.
The panko crumbs give the chicken a crispier taste without the need to fry. The parchment paper eliminates the need for spray oils so the overall fat is reduced. These chicken tenders turned out very tasty and crispy!
This is a family favorite. I am working on making it a bit healthier.
This is how I mix up Sprouts Multigrain pancakes. 1/2 a cup of mix will yield 3 pancakes.
This recipe is for one because I am the only one at my house who likes salmon. I will prepare more pecans and substitue tilapia for the kids.
I came up with this combination because I need extra B-12. Even half a serving of Odwalla B Monster proiveds over 100% of a daily serving.
This recipe was modified from a recipe in Clean Eating Magazine. We served it over thin slices of flank steak as the magazine suggested. I think it would also be good over fish!
Stacey and I looked at a number of recipes before putting this together. It uses honey to sweeten it. Different fruits can be substituted for blueberries.
Stacey makes this for me when I am sick. It tastes yummy and makes me feel better!
This started out as a simple recipe from Campbell's soup. Over time we added rice and threw it all in a crockpot so dinner would be ready when we got home. This is now a family favorite!
My grandmother made this when I was a kid. It was one of the first dinners I learned how to prepare on my own. I modified the recipe a bit to make it healthier!
This is just a quick way to prepare squash. We tend to change our spices according to whatever the main dish will be. We usually throw it in the oven while we prepare dinner so that we have a different veggie for lunches.
I posted this recipe and someone pointed out that I left out some of the ingrediants discussed in the directions! We tend to change the spices each time. Sometimes we will use curry and other times cummin. Whatever flavor you feel is fine.
This is great to toss together before work and dinner is ready when you get home!
This is a revised version of an old family favorite.
We were suppsed to have turkey burgers one night and relized we had no buns. SO I mixed together everything that was on the menu for the night to create this. It turned out super yummy!
We wanted soemthing salty and sweet to snack on. This treat travels well and tastes great!
I made these muffins the low fat way!
This is a different kind of banana pudding. It is sooo yummy!
Use it for everything!
I put this together because my little one loves egg mcmuffins. I wanted a healthy alternative! I usually make enough for the whole family.
This is a super yummy lunch. It takes less than 5 minutes to make.