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Potato Soup

Made with simple ingredients, this Potato Soup is nutritious, flavorful and perfect for busy weeks! Here’s how you make it: This potato soup is made with two kinds of potatoes and makes a great, nutritious option for lunch or dinner! 2 strips bacon, diced 1 orange or red bell pepper, diced 1/2 cup onion, diced 2 pounds potatoes, peeled and ... Read More »

Curried Sweet Potato Soup

Small ingredient list, big flavor. This Curried Sweet Potato Soup is perfect for a vegetarian dinner on a cold day. Make a double batch and freeze some for a busy week! It’s hearty and spicy and it makes a great dinner side or appetizer. Here’s how you make it: Warm, hearty and full of spice this soup makes a great appetizer ... Read More »

Breakfast Pasta Bake

Packed with protein, vegetables and whole grains, this Breakfast Pasta Bake is easy to make. Assemble ahead of time and bake it in the morning to feed guests or bake it on Sunday and reheat it for breakfast all week long. Are you thinking “pasta for breakfast?!” Sounds crazy, right? I assure you it’s not. This pasta bake is packed ... Read More »

Baked Apple Chips

Just popping in with a quick snack idea! And this is also great for an after workout snack! Who says you can’t have your chips and eat them too? These nutritious apple chips are an easy, healthy new way to think about snack food. apples cinnamon Core apples if desired. Slice apples as thinly as possible (You can use a mandolin). ... Read More »

White Chicken Chili

Made with simple ingredients and packed with protein, this Easy White Chicken Chili is the perfect lunch or dinner soup and a nice change from traditional tomato-based chili. Soup season is here. I love soup because it’s so low maintenance. You basically can just throw whatever’s in your fridge or pantry in a pot, let it simmer a while and ... Read More »

Avocado Bacon Hash with Eggs

This Avocado Bacon Hash with Eggs is the perfect weekend breakfast to enjoy when you don’t feel like going out to eat! Feel free to cook your eggs however you like them- sunny side up, fried, scrambled, etc! You could also add some leftover sausage or chicken if you wanted to. 1 medium Russet potato, finely diced (about 2 cups) ... Read More »

Sweet Potato Protein Pancakes

A few things to note about these pancakes before we go any further. If you’re looking for fluffy, traditional pancakes, these are not them. There is no protein powder in these pancakes. They’re high in protein thanks to the other ingredients. Not everyone will like these. Since they’re not made with flour, they are a little “wet” in the middle…but ... Read More »

Macaroni and Cheese with Sausage and Peas

This recipe for Mac and Cheese with Sausage and Peas is an easy, kid-friendly dinner idea for a busy night and the leftovers work well for lunch! Here’s what I’d recommend instead: Choose whole wheat pasta to help get your daily servings of whole grains. Be aware of portion size. A serving of cooked pasta is about the size of your fist ... Read More »

Sweet Potato Waffles

A great pre-workout snack or a fun way to change up your breakfast routine! Add some peanut butter and you’ve got yourself a sandwich!   This is a small batch recipe. It makes about 2 waffles in a regular (not Belgian) waffle maker. ⅓ cup cooked, mashed sweet potato ¼ cup plain yogurt 2 eggs ¼ cup white whole wheat ... Read More »

Slow Cooker Asian Pulled Pork

Serve this Slow Cooker Asian Pulled Pork in lettuce wraps with rice for a quick dinner! It’s perfect for food prep because you can easily cook a large amount and use it in a variety of ways throughout the week. Plus it freezes well, so whenever it’s on sale you can buy a shoulder, cook it in the slow cooker, shred ... Read More »