Recipes for March 2018 – Vie Kitchen

Recipes - Honey Lemon Chicken Asparagus
Welcome, March!

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Meal Prep Recipes For March 2018

We’re on to the third month of the year already, can you believe it?! How are your New Years Resolutions going? Are you making the progress that you set out to achieve? Either way – we’re here for you. Here are our favorite recipes to keep you happy and healthy for the weeks ahead. Make a little extra and keep the overs for the following day. Also, make sure you read our tips and tricks on how to get more vegetables into your lifestyle that aren’t boring or time-consuming ( 

{week one} 

Sausage Pizza Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes {Paleo & Whole30}

These are the ultimate Paleo and Whole30 Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes! With an addicting filling that tastes just like sausage pizza, they’re a great weeknight dinner (do the first baking ahead of time), healthy, filling, and kid friendly.

Tofu & Chickpea BBQ Sandwiches – She Likes Food

Dinner, Gluten Free, Lunch, Sandwiches, Vegan I’m pretty sure I’m witnessing a miracle right now. But as I was eating those BBQ baked beans it hit me that that same sauce would be perfect for my BBQ tofu sandwiches.  And sure enough, it tasted almost exactly like I remembered!  I added some chickpeas in for a little extra protein and I must say that these BBQ Tofu & Chickpea Sandwiches are going to be on my menu all summer long!

{week two}

Meal Prep Carnitas Burrito Bowls

Take an hour and make these delicious meal prep carnitas burrito bowls so that you can have an easy on-the-go meal ready during the week!People ask me what I eat on the daily, and it’s pretty much a rendition of the same thing every day. A BUDDHA BOWL. Boom chicka boom.

Dirty Cajun Cauliflower Rice – Dolly’s Whole Life

Dirty Cajun Cauliflower Rice – Whole30 and Paleo friendly Recipes. A dish inspired by the traditional dirty rice found in Louisiana and other southern states! Southern cuisine is something I’ve always loved, and when I was in Louisiana last summer, I had dirty rice for the first time ever.

{week three}

Vegan Sweet Potato and Black Bean Bowl | The Hungry Waitress

This Vegan Sweet Potato and Black Bean Bowl has sauted kale, roasted sweet potatoes, black beans, quinoa, and pine nuts! Yes pine nuts! I know pine nuts can be a little pricey, but they are sooo worth it. TIP: Keep them in the freezer so these recipes don’t go rancid. We get our pine nuts from Costco, and they will last me all year pretty much.

One Pan Honey Lemon Chicken Asparagus – Cafe Delites

This One Pan Honey Lemon Chicken is so easy to prepare, its a matter of throwing everything onto a baking sheet and letting the oven do the work for you! There’s nothing better than only washing one pan! Honey Lemon Chicken is a family favourite, just like this Honey Lemon Garlic Chicken Recipe.

{week four}

Cashew and Basil Chicken Lettuce Wraps: Eating in the Middle Cookbook – Emily Bites

These Cashew and Basil Chicken Lettuce Wraps Recipes contain so many of my favorite ingredients that I knew I was going to adore them the moment I saw them. Chicken, cashews, hoisin sauce (swoon) and basil?

Kung Pao Chicken Meatballs

Add some zing to your meatballs and make a homemade kung pao sauce with 100% clean eating ingredients! Everyone will love these Kung Pao Chicken Meatball Recipe. So I have officially given every reason for the world to believe I have a ball fetish.

We would love to see your creations! Use the hashtag #VieKitchen for a chance to be featured!

From the Vie Kitchen to yours, with love


Alix is one of the strongest girls we know, and we aren’t just talking about her body. Her passion for wanting to help others is off the charts. Every day she chooses to give every ounce of her heart and energy to the women in her classes. She’s not scared to squat deep and she’s not scared to love deep. In her free time, Alix is an entrepreneur and writer. We expect Alix to take over the world one day and we are just happy to be along for the ride.


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