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Recipes I've Shared:

Broccoli/Ham/Mushroom Crustless Quiche

I love how quick this recipe goes together, I have broccoli, ham and mushroom listed but you can use any cooked vegetable you have leftover in the fridge.

Broccoli/Ham/Mushroom Crustless Quiche

I love how quick this recipe goes together, I have broccoli, ham and mushroom listed but you can use any cooked vegetable you have leftover in the fridge.

Fish Stew Giardiniera

I love this recipe for all the flavors and the feel of being ocean side. It is quick and easy to put together too.

Chocolate Date Nut no bake cookies/bar

This is a bar/cookie that tastes like the Lara Jocalat bars.. Try these and your family will love them. What better way to get your kids to eat fruit and fiber..

Turkey Vegetable Soup w/ Tomato (my version of clean eating)

I love a good soup and this is something we have been eating all our life. As kids we called it garbage soup as it always had whatever cooked meat and/or veggie left over in the fridge in it. It is quick to put together but has taste that goes a long way. Now I like to add steel cut oats to help thicken the broth naturally then just before serving I place chopped spinach in the bottom of the bowl. The hot soup is enough to steam the spinach but leaving the leaves beefy enough to really punch it up.

Steel Cut Oat Pilaf

Our family loves this recipe and we have it often.

Clean Eating no bake cookie w/ Coconut

A nicely formed no bake cookie that has both fruit and fiber included.

High Antioxidant Dried Fruit Compote Recipe Created By: Maggie Spilner

We keep dried fruit in the house during the winter. Rehydrating the fruit with a lemon tea and cinnamon is a nice treat warm over french toast made with a nice whole grained bread. Hubby likes to put a little yogurt on his plate with this breakfast meal..
when I first saw this recipe I knew I had to try it and then share it will all of you..

Per Maggie Spilner
"A perfect wintry dessert! The fruits and tea in this dish all contain good amounts of polyphenols, powerful antioxidants that improve blood flow and have been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease. Feel free to vary the types and amounts of dried fruit in this recipe. Use what you have on hand."