Food

Who’s Hungry

Happy Monday Babes! I hope your weekend was a great one.

I’m doing a lot on non-recipe-following cooking this week, so I’ve only got 3 links for you today.

Here’s what’s cooking this week.

  1. Baked Parmesan Zucchini from Damn Delicious
  2. Mustard-Crusted Pork Chops from  Food Network Magazine
  3. Tres Leches Rice Pudding from The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook

What are you making this week?

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Food

Who’s Hungry

Happy Monday Babes! Hope you had a relaxing weekend. Sorry I was MIA last week, but I’m back!

Here’s what’s cooking this week.

  1. Ravioli with Sautéed Asparagus & Walnuts from Green Valley Kitchen
  2. Chicken Enchiladas from The Pioneer Woman
  3. Fried Chicken from The Food Network
  4. Chicken Piccata from The Clever Carrot
  5. Chicken Souvlaki from Serious Eats

What are you making this week?

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Food

Who’s Hungry

Happy Monday Babes! After a few weeks away, I sure am glad to be back in my own kitchen!

Here’s what’s cooking this week.

  1. Easy Beef Stew from Chow
  2. Barbecue Pulled Chicken Sandwich from Life Tastes Good
  3. Creamy Polenta with Roasted Mushrooms from Two Peas & Their Pod
  4. Spicy Tortilla Soup (#11) from Food Network Magazine

What are you making this week?

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Food

Who’s Hungry

Happy Monday Babes! Hope you had a relaxing weekend.

Here’s what’s cooking this week.

  1. Sausage-Stuffed Sweet Potatoes (#43) from Food Network Magazine
  2. English Cheddar Burger (#14) from  Food Network Magazine
  3. Lentil Spinach Soup from The Garden Grazer
  4. 5-Ingredient Chili from Gimmie Some Oven
  5. Chimichurri Chicken Thighs from Inspired Taste

What are you making this week?

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Quick & Easy Breakfast

In an attempt to eat more fruit, I’ve started having yogurt for breakfast. I haven’t been a big fan of yogurt since I was a babe, and as you may know, I hadn’t been a big fan of blueberries either, but lately I’ve gotten really into this fresh combo.

Here’s how I enjoy this quick, easy, & healthy breakfast.

I add a few scoops of non fat plain greek yogurt to a bowl. Then I top the yogurt with fresh blueberries, sliced almonds, and honey. Sometimes I add other fruit and/or granola; here’s a good granola recipe if you’d like to DIY.

What’s so great about this “recipe” is that it’s totally customizable. Do you prefer vanilla yogurt? Use vanilla yogurt! Do the blackberries at the grocery store look super? Add blackberries! Are you crazy for macadamia nuts? Add the macadamias! It’s all up to you. Use what you have and what you like.

How do you serve up your yogurt?

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