Salmon is packed with heart healthy omega-3 fatty acids and unlike most other fish, it stands up to high heat cooking methods (grilling, roasting, broiling). It is a shame that many people do not like it. Punch line?….
This recipe turned my hubby on to salmon…need I say more?
Continue reading “What’s for Dinner? Spicy Salmon Bowls.”
It’s 7 pm and with a grumbling tummy you walk into the kitchen for an evening snack. To your dismay someone ate all of the chocolate dipped granola bars! There is one lonely (very ripe) banana on the counter and the pantry is looking pretty bleak.
Driven by hunger, you begin tossing empty Tupperware containers aside. Finally, something shiny catches your eye… a bag of chocolate chips pinned behind a forgotten tub of rolled oats! Unfortunately there are only eggs and milk in the refrigerator…
You weigh your options:
- Dive into the bag of chocolate chips.
- Drive to the grocery store and purchase a box of mug cakes.
Or, you could stay home and make a delicious dark chocolate mug cake with the ingredients you found in your pantry!
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Sometimes we savor grandma’s meatball recipe slowly simmered in red sauce, but sometimes it’s just… well…. the same old boring routine.
A few ingredient swaps and a special sauce might just save you from weeknight recipe boredom.
Continue reading “Whats for Dinner? Asian Meatballs.”
A travel ready treat that tastes like chocolate fudge, is sweetened with dried fruit and is a cinch to make.
Continue reading “Dark Chocolate Energy Bites: Gluten Free, Dairy Free and Vegan”