• Sriracha Chicken Wraps

    Chicken Lettuce Wrap recipe, the perfect combination of healthy and easy!

  • Mint Salad

    This is a side dish for our Chicken Kabob recipe, however, this is also a great stand alone dish.

  • Spaghetti Squash with Italian Sauce

    This is a healthy version of a delicious Italian comfort food.

  • Creamy Cauliflower Soup

    This simple soup is a creamy and flavorful main dish or side.

  • Asian Inspired Salmon

    This salmon is a simple throw together of Asian inspired flavors that will leave your mouth watering.

  • Italian Open Sandwich

    This fresh open sandwich features the bread as a delicious foundation for the marriage of delicious Italian flavors.  You could also use smaller slices of bread and use these as appetizers.

  • Autumn Fruit Salad

    A simple, fresh addition to any entree.

  • Corn Bread

    A simple and delicious bread that serves as a great side to most meat or vegetarian dishes.

  • Fresh Tomato Salsa

    Whether you have fresh tomatoes growing in your garden or you grab some at the market- use them to make this flavorful dish.  You won\'t be sorry you did!

  • Classic Bran Muffins

    A delicious source of fiber!   You may choose to substitute the dates for raisins if you wish.

  • Chicken and Rice Soup

    This mouth watering soup will fill your home with an inviting smell as it cooks.

  • Bang Bang Chicken Wraps

    A flavorful addition to your meal calendar year round.

  • Linguine with Asparagus and Pine Nuts

    Everything tastes better with pine nuts. 

  • Lettuce Wraps

    No need to tell your family how easy these really are to make.  Enjoy!

  • Creamy Tomato Basil Soup

    This is a family favorite. The best part is that you can leave the cream out to make it edible for lactose intolerant people, and healthier for everyone. Big thanks to Susannah Ungricht for sharing!

  • Mac & Cheese, Healthy Version

    Everybody loves this.  I\'ve modified it from the original to make it simpler, and for it to have more veggies.  After roasting and then pureeing squash for this recipe several times I wised up and started buying Squash baby food - which sped up the prep for this recipe a TON. You could use all squash, or a mixture of squash and carrot or even sweet potato if you wanted to.  And if you\'ve got the time by all means cut, roast, and puree your own veggies. 

     I usually double the sauce and freeze one jar for later for a quick meal. 

  • BBQ Sauce from the Cupboard

    This simple and delicious BBQ sauce is made from items you likely have on hand.

  • Southwestern Mango Quinoa Salad

    Extremely healthy and tasty- two great things in one place!

  • Cilantro Lime Rice

    Simple, healthy and oh so delicious.

  • Weight Watchers Easy Vegetable Lasagna

    Easy to make vegetable lasagna.