And Just Like That, It’s March!
April showers will bring May showers, but the work must be done in March
Meal Prep Recipes For March 2017
Healthy and filling comfort food in the form of sweet potatoes stuffed with a chicken fajita filling. I cannot begin to tell you how amazing these are. Or were, as the case may be. Especially only being 206 calories each! Simple to make; no chef skills required.
Delicious turkey meatloaf filled with shredded zucchini and feta cheese. This is the perfect recipe to use up the last of summer’s zucchini. Move over zucchini bread because this meatloaf recipe is my new favorite way to use up shredded zucchini. It takes all the delicious zucchini that’s popping up in gardens everywhere and pairs it with the …
Shepherd’s Pie with Sweet Potato Topping – a Whole30 Friendly recipe! A hearty and satisfying meal for the entire family to enjoy. Like the Paleo Granola, it takes me (Stacie) back to the beginning when I first started creating recipes. In fact, I also featured this in one of my cooking classes which happened to be a class favorite recipe.
Who loves 30 minute meals? I know I do!! These orange chicken meatballs have quickly become a family favorite. They’re super easy to make, crazy flavorful and everyone loves them! I’m not gonna lie, dinnertime has been crazy lately. Our toddler and newborn both want to be held at the same time, which means meal prep is pretty much non-existent.
Flavorful tofu and veggie stir fry! The tofu if loaded with the sesame-ginger flavor and is crispy without frying! This stir fry is healthy and can be eaten with rice, quinoa, or on its own. And just like that, it’s Meatless Monday.
This hearty, bean-free Slow Cooker White Chicken Chili is just what you need to ward off winter’s chill (Includes Instant Pot & Stovetop directions, too) I dream of chili No kidding. It has to be one of my most favorite foods.
Does anyone else laugh when they hear the term ‘sloppy joe’? Tell me you imagine a hairnet-wearing Adam Sandler as the lunch lady. Sloppy Joe’s are fun. Period. What’s MORE fun is eating them bowl style, in the form of these healthy, whole30 sloppy joe bowls.
I had brussels sprouts for the very first time in my 30’s. My parents never made them when I was growing up. Then I got married. Oh boy. Lots of things my husband liked I had never had before. Early in our married life he said he had a hankering for brussels sprouts.
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