The meal we have the hardest time with around here – is breakfast. Because I have never been a huge breakfast person, I realize with our morning routine – breakfast is the first thing left out. However you know what they say about breakfast being the “most important meal of the day” so recently I have tried to change our routine and have quick, easy, and tasty breakfast food ready to grab and go. I began making these “Low Carb” (but relatively high fat – which is what makes them “Guilty”) Breakfast Muffins every Sunday and they last all week long. The recipe yields about 18 “muffins” – which reheat perfectly from chilled or frozen right in the microwave.
Running out of time and need a quick recipe to impress your Easter guests? Whether it is a traditional ham, a pork roast or even a leg of lamb, Ronco has this year’s Easter dinner/ brunch covered. Ronco loves to share how to prepare the most savory, delectable and nutritious Easter meals ever. The best part is that each of the recipes only takes minutes to prepare, but you’d never know that from the taste! Check out this simple and delicious recipe for Dijon-Garlic-Rosmary Rubbed Lamb Roast and check out Ronco.com for the best must have tools for your kitchen as well as more great recipes for Easter and every day!
Coconut Macaroons are a simple and delicious cookie that makes for a perfect Easter dessert but can cause somewhat of a problem when it comes to cleaning up. The sticky consistency can not only be bothersome sticking to your hands by also your cooking sheet. By using the COOKINA Cuisine Reusable Cooking Sheet you can create this scrumptious cookie without having to use oil or needing to clean the tray and oven afterwards. COOKINA Cuisine Reusable Cooking Sheet is 100% non-stick and PFOA free, reusable, reversible, easy to clean and easily cuts to size.
Since traditional Easter dinners can cost you hundreds of calories (think honey glazed ham, cheesy casseroles, and buttery pie) I thought I’d pass along a few festive-yet- healthy menu ideas that the whole family will love. First up, bistroMD’s recipe for Pork Tenderloin with Apple Cider Reduction. This tasty recipe capitalizes on the sweet flavors of apple cider and pure maple syrup to create a delicious Easter entree that’s perfect for the whole family to enjoy. Serve it up with roasted sweet potatoes, green beans, or any one of your favorite side dishes for a wonderful, healthy dinner option for the holidays!
Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican army’s victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-Mexican War, and has evolved into a celebration of Mexican culture and heritage. Celebrations in the United States often extend beyond the actual day to encompass an entire week, with parades, festivals and fiestas that include music, dancing, and food. A dish like Mango Chicken Quesadillas takes the very traditional Mexican dish but combines shredded chicken with brown mustard, honey and Tabasco creating a flavorful filling and adding mango for a sweet twist. By preparing the meal on the IMUSA Cast Aluminum Comal the food is made healthier and the non-stick surface leaves clean up a breeze. Bringing a vigorous, home-style aroma to the party, this traditional Mexican dish will smells as delicious as it tastes.
IMUSA’s Mango Chicken Quesadillas
My youngest son eats a bag of apples a week. I wish I was joking, but I am not. My tiny little guy consumes an entire $5 bag that contains 6-8 apples. Furthering his love for apples, he read a Ready Freddy book about an apple orchard. In the book, Freddy’s mom makes an apple crisp and apple sauce with their picks from the orchard. After completing the book, Tyler decided that he would like me to make him homemade apple sauce. At first I was a bit skeptical. In an effort to not be out done by a literary character (Freddy’s mom) I scoured Pinterest reading all the articles on homemade apple sauce. Picking steps and ingredients from several different recipes, I created my very own Crock Pot Cinnamon Apple Sauce. And yep- It’s Guilty! I am sure you could substitute brown sugar for honey or agave nectar, but my lil guy wanted good ole fashioned apple sauce and that is what I made him.
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Recently I purchased the Gourmet Nutrition Cookbook on a recommendation from my personal trainer. He said there were some amazing recipes that even *I* could master… I chose not to take offense to that. One that he pointed out in particular was Thai Ground Beef – a meal that you can enjoy any time during the day and not feel guilty about it since it is low in calories and fa, but high in protein. I decided to give it a shot … and we all fell completely in love with it.
Every couple of months I have had the chance to share with you some fun new recipes as part of the Country Crock Casserole Club. For as long as I can remember, Country Crock has adorned our family’s dinner table and it has been fun to literally make up recipes which have all become staples in our meal plan. This month’s casserole was no different – taking a few basic ingredients and creating a side dish that I have literally made three times since.
Football season is in full swing and with it comes football parties that have scrumptious menus. Chicken wings are a staple at every football party. Heck chicken wings aren’t just good during football season, they are yummy all year round. However, if they are prepared with out your health in mind, there can be A LOT of hidden calories in them. Fear not! I have scoured the food blogs, read a lot of recipes and spent years creating the perfect GUILT FREE chicken wing.