This recipe takes under 5 minutes to prepare and is oh so delicious! Pesto is from ground basil, pine nuts, olive oil and garlic - so it's great for healthy fats and antioxidants! I even sprinkled some extra fresh basil on top for extra flavor - you will love this one! Checkout the recipe!Read More
I love these easy turkey meatballs - the flavor is amazing and you can make extras to either keep in the fridge or freeze and re-heat later! The tzaziki sauce is the perfect compliment from savory greek meatballs with a hint of sweet zest to drizzle on top!Read More
Sounds fancy, looks beautiful... actually SO easy and only takes about 5 Ingredients! The key to it? Well, if you've ever come to any of my cooking demonstrations in the Cincinnati area you would know the trick!! It is to MASSAGE YOUR KALE - yup! Everyone always get's a kick out of it but it's totally the truth and it's the game changer to an amazing kale salad (one that I PROMISE you will love!!). Get the recipe!!Read More
Lean protein paired with healthy fats of our pesto and fiber-rich vegetables of zucchini (spiraled into noodles)- this recipe gets a huge thumbs up as a dietitian!! Get the recipe!Read More
Instead of frying, just roast these tasty little florets a high temperature for a crispy broccoli piece that has tons of crunch with a lot less oil. Sometimes it’s just a matter of getting creative with our vegetables to keep things interesting!! This dish goes wonderfully with a drizzle of a mediterranean style dressing of tahini-garlic-lemon.Read More
YUM this easy peasy side dish is SO tasty and really takes those basic roasted vegetables to a whole new level! Meet the perfect combo of sweet, salty, starchy, with a perfect balance of acidity from fresh lemon.Read More
Preparing extra proteins, like chicken, hard boiled eggs, bean salad, quinoa, tuna salad, etc. is a great way to help keep your health goals in check. These lemon-dijon chicken tenders AND Buffalo Spiced Chicken are an easy and delicious way to prepare for your week!Read More
These easy marinated cherry tomatoes are bursting with flavor, so easy to prepare, and perfect for hydrating your skin and cells on a hot summer evening. Whip up this 5 min cherry tomato salad, perfect addition over fresh fish, on the side with a meat/fish, or even just tossed with some chickpeas, quinoa, or spinach for a meal.Read More
To get into detail about this recipe's superpowers....Cabbage is such a wonderful vegetable to use that I don't think we use enough! This recipe is bold in flavors and textures - plus it's super easy if you are already using pre-shredded bags of produce! Try this delicious (and healthy) Shredded Slaw in Peanut-Thai dressing!Read More
This is one of our favorite vegetarian dishes at home because it's so full of flavor and it's really just a ton of fiber rich veggies along with plant-based protein!Read More
Looking for a crockpot favorite? This recipe is SOO simple and tastes amazing. You know those easy "go-to" meals you always seem to have up your sleeve for a "just in case" night? Well this is one of them! Dig in!Read More
I love this recipe (and any of my easy roasted vegetables and salads you'll see in this blog) because it takes virtually no time other than maybe 5 minutes to chop/wash a few items. Let's get cooking! =)Read More
Need easy? Want healthy? Getting bored of the same 3 dishes can be one of the main reasons I hear new clients have gone back to old (unhealthy) habits after trying to make changes in the past... so here is your answer - 3 Ingredients to a new inspired burger!Read More
I always used to walk by these funny looking "white carrots"... until one day I picked them up and was forever changed.Read More
Asparagus is in full bloom this spring! Roast these beautiful green stalks and serve in multiple ways this week - as a side with fish/chicken, chopped up and added to scrambled eggs or thrown into a quinoa or cous cous salad. YUM - enjoy y'allRead More
This baked garlic salmon is SO easy, takes only 5 minutes to put in the dish, and then 15 minutes to cook. The mediterranean style flavors of lemon, extra virgin olive oil, and thyme make for a delicious table favorite. Pair with a side of roasted asparagus or a simple arugula salad.Read More
Need a super easy meal to make and serve throughout the week in lunches, dinners, heck even a snack if you really wanted? This is a go-to meal that your entire family will love (especially if they love "buffalo sauce"). Just 2 ingredients, and less than 2 minutes to drop into the crockpot!Read More
This recipe is one that is super SIMPLE - it takes about 15-20 minutes from start to finish. You can use ground beef or turkey and any type of peppers to this dish. Serve as is (personally the easiest option) or with a side salad, or even stuffed into taco shells or a tortilla for "Burrito" style. Either way, cooking at home in a one pan meal is easy and something anyone can do!Read More
This tasty weeknight meal can be prepped ahead and can be cooked in under 20-30 minutes! Even though it seems "fancy" it really is super easy with a few simple tips!
Tip #1: While your oven is pre-heating, wash the bell peppers, slice off their heads and slice in half. Put on a roasting pan face up (this makes them start to get a little tender before you cook them full on).
Tip #2: While oven is pre-heating, use Pre-chopped garlic, on a skillet over medium heat with olive oil. Add onion and then crumble over the beef mixture.
Tip #3: Make triple the amount of beef you would think to make! Why? You can make double or triple the recipe and freeze your stuffed peppers!! I put 2 halves in a tupperware and brought them to work the next day. The day after, I had Dan pop them in the oven to re-heat for toasty dinner leftovers.
Grass-Fed Beef Stuffed Peppers
- 1# Grass-fed beef
- 1 pint mushrooms
- 1/2 yellow onion
- 1/2 Tbsp garlic
- 3-4 Red Bell Peppers
- Optional: Marinara Sauce, Cheese, Basil/Cilantro to garnish
- Pre-Heat oven to 350 F. Wash bell peppers and remove top part, slice in half. Place face up in the oven while pre-heating.
- Mince mushrooms in food processor (or dice up well)
- Saute onion and garlic with olive oil over medium heat for about 3 minutes.
- Add beef and continue to cook until brown (drain off any excess grease).
- Add mushrooms to the mixture.
Curry Roasted Cauliflower - Roast for just 30 minutes and keep extra on hand all week for a side meal with dinner, toss in a spinach salad, or just enjoy as a snack... so delicious!Read More