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I cleaned out the fridge & freezer of those little bits of leftover veggies.
Based on a recipe I found at EatingWell.com.
Veggies are added to a canned spaghetti sauce and served over strands of Spaghetti Squash.
Honey gives this dressing a little sweetness and the Sriracha sauce spices it up.
This is not elegant or complicated. Just quick & tasty.
I can't remember the website that I originally read the recipe that inspired this one. I made some changes depending on what I had on hand. It has a wonderful flavor.
With 10.8 grams of Protein this is my go-to lunch.
Adapted from a recipe from The Plan by Lyn Genet. Some items were deleted or changed because I didn't have them or don't like it (Spicy Coco Sauce). This came out hotter than I like so be careful with the sriracha sauce.
Adapted from "The Plan" by Lyn Genet. The original recipe stated it was 1 serving but I found the serving size to big.
From Lyn Genets "The Plan" Cookbook
From the Lyn Genet "The Plan" Cookbook.
Brown rice is used as a healthy substitute for the usual bread crumbs.
A flavorful way to use vegetables from the garden.
Using julienne zucchini strips instead of pasta keeps the carb count way down on this favorite.
A wonderful side dish with salmon.
I used the bones from 2 chickens to make the stock, get the chicken meat, and cleaned out the vegetable bin. When those were cooked I added the frozen vegetables.
I cleaned out my fridge and made a wholesome, tasty dish.
The broth from the boiled chicken bones make a great base for this family favorite.
Serves 3 with plenty of pork leftover for sandwiches.
I had a craving for chili and used what I had available in the house.
I like to start with dry beans to reduce the sodium and keep the flavor.
This is a mild topping for pork ribs or chops. Add 1/2 can chopped green chilis if you like it spicier.
I use an electric quesadilla maker which cuts down on the oil needed.
The addition of fresh green beans helps balance the nutrition content of this dish. It has your protein, grain, and vegetable all in one delectable, eat with your fingers dish.
This is a great way to use leftover chicken. I thought the jalapeno might make it too hot/spicy but it gave it a mild, spicy hot flavor. For a complete meal serve with a dinner salad.
My family loves stuffing, so this creamy chicken & vegetable casserole has a double layer of stuffing on it.
What I had on hand for dinner tonight. Quick & easy but a little high on the sodium.
This is a hearty 1 pan meal that you can eat by itself or in a tortilla or pita.
Great on top of a bed of lettuce or in a pita.
Quick, easy, and lo-cal
This is a great way to use up leftover baked or boiled potatoes.
Use as filling for your wrap, burrito, sandwich, or pita.
A healthy rice & bean dish
A filling one pan meal.
Great comfort food for a cold night.
The vegetables in this make it a full meal.
I used up the tidbits of veggies from the freezer and vegetable bin before I went shopping.
Century High School Recipe
Tender & Flavorful
From Food & Nutrition Class Recipe
The longer you let the hens marinate, the more flavor they absorb.
I updated this recipe from a Better Homes & Gardens cookbook.
A lower fat version of our traditional Christmas Breakfast.
A delicious Cauliflower Dish
Comfort food for a cold night.
A tasty breakfast treat
A delicious way to use leftover beef
From back of Minute Rice package
A low sugar, low carb spicy chicken wing.
I got this recipe from Cooks.com. It didn't specify serving size so I guessed it would make enough for 4 at 1/4 cup each.
I found this recipe doing a search for dutch oven baked beans. It's from Byron Bill's Dutch Oven Recipes. I won 1st place at my family reunion cook-off.
Jillian Michaels Recipe. 2 make a meal, cut in quarters for an appetizer.