As a busy health-conscious mom (and a lazy chef) I’m always looking for ways to make meals both healthier and EASY! However, the meals also have to be tasty, so I created this easy crock pot taco soup recipe and it’s DELICIOUS! Even the kids love it and keep asking for it! So, if you Read More
If you’ve been following my recipes for a while, you know that I don’t like to restrict whole food groups (chocolate chip cookies ARE a food group, you know). However, at the same time I don’t want to put a lot of junk in my body, or feed it to my family. It took me Read More
Take a look at your average protein ball recipe and you will find a lot of sugar and saturated fat in them. The majority of protein ball or “energy ball” recipes calls for main ingredients of dates (it’s natural but still high in sugar, guys), and/or lots of coconut oil (very high in saturated fat). Read More
Are you really good at eating muffins and not so good at restraining yourself to just one? I am! Do you love spicy pumpkin treats? My low fat, reduced sugar healthy muffins are JUST as tasty and satisfying as regular muffins! They are seriously amazing! Even the kids and hubby agree. I like my baked Read More
Sorry kids, not all Thai food is good for you. In fact, most of the favorites aren’t good for you. Sadly one of my personal favorites, Panang curry, is one of those on the naughty list. So, rather than crying silently to myself as I eat another plain boring chicken breast, I decided to comfort food Read More
How do you improve on my already delicious low-fat yorkshire pudding? Why you switch out the olive oil for truffle oil, of course! These yorkies are probably my favorite yet. The kids like the plain ones, and while those ARE delicious, the hubs and I like these ones best! There is a trick to Yorkies though…they Read More
Oh boy this is so good it needs no further introduction! I hope you guys like it too! This is some tasty clean eating!
Say ‘goodbye’ to #hangry with this spicy roasted chickpea snack. A great healthy solution to quell that snacky feeling! Don’t like chickpeas? You’ll like them like this all roasted and crunchy!
1 14.5 oz can of chickpeas (rinsed)
1/4 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp rosemary, dried
1/8 tsp cayenne pepper (or spicy Hungarian paprika)
fresh ground Himalayan salt
fresh ground pepper
1/8 tsp olive oil
1. Rinse chickpeas and blot dry with paper towels
2. Mix in a bowl with olive oil, garlic, rosemary, cayenne (paprika), salt & pepper
3. Spread seasoned chickpeas on a foil-lined baking sheet and roast at 450 degrees for 30 mins ♥ For real-time workouts SUBSCRIBE at link in bio ⬆️! Join me on Facebook, Twitter, & Pinterest for lots of awesome fitness & healthy living tips!
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This yummy low fat, low sugar berry crisp is a fine bit of kitchen wizardry! It’s so clean you can have it for breakfast! Even a la mode! It’s easy too, which works for this lazy chef! Enjoy!
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