So January has rolled around and so has my annual attempt to eat healthy. Are you with me? At least for a while, anyway? Besides, this Salmon en Papillote is so lovely, you won’t even care whether its healthy or not. via Salmon en Papillote — Frugal Hausfrau
A classic favourite, Caesar dressing, made healthier by using Greek yogurt. I live it even better than the original version!
Japanese food is light and beautiful, and pretty much rotates around similar ingredients. That makes it easy to cook, once you stocked yourself up on all the basics. Marination is necessary it’s how you achieve the specific Japanese flavors. Ingredients: Chicken breast with skin on- 4 pieces, tenderloins removed, if any. Sesame seeds- 1 tablespoon. […] … Continue reading Tasty take on chicken breast.. skip the skin for an even healthier option!
This Hot & Sour Soup by celebrity chef, Jamie Oliver, is sure to hit the spot on those cold December days. At 99 calories per serving and 8 grams of protein, it makes a hearty snack. Size up the portion or add some whole grain toast to make it a meal.
I love a one pot dish. Less mess, less to clean. So keep it simple and stop there I tell myself. But alas, I always have to go an extra step. Why not make an avocado cilantro dressing to garnish this chicken with? You could make a double batch of the dressing and save the […] … Continue reading Cilantro Lime Chicken and Rice — Joann’s Food For Thought
Sundays in our house mean waking up early to go for a run, watching football, going grocery shopping and prepping breakfasts and lunches for the week. I’m trying to detox from meat and eat clean, so I decided to make a couple of different kinds of oats and some chopped salads in jars. There’s hardly […] … Continue reading Sunday Meal Prep – Pumpkin Oats & Salads in Jars — Food History Crossroads
Scrambled eggs with spinach and cheddar cheese, served with a dallop of sour cream and salsa. You can substitute for egg whites if you want, personally I am not a fan of the texture of egg whites and I don't find them satisfying enough. I would rather get the extra calories in my meal and … Continue reading 400 calorie breakfast or lunch sure to hit the spot