BBQ Chicken & Roasted Potatoes

Ingredients♥ Chicken (legs, breast, or thighs…your pick!)♥ Sweet Baby Ray’s Barbecue Sauce ♥ Potatoes♥ McCormick Perfect Pinch Rotisserie Chicken (or Steak) Seasoning♥ Butter♥ Salt Directions➊ Preheat the oven to 375 °F. Chicken Potatoes ➋ Cut and clean the chicken and place in an oven-safe pan.  Sprinkle with salt. ➌ Cook for about 30-40 minutes at 375 °F until fully cooked (internal temperature of 165°F).  ➍ … Continue reading BBQ Chicken & Roasted Potatoes

Almond Flour Pancakes

Ingredients♥ 1 cup of Bob’s Red Mill Super-Fine Almond Flour♥ 2 Eggs♥ Water (as needed)♥ Enjoy Life Semi-Sweet Dairy Free Mini Chocolate Chips (or bananas, blueberries, etc.) Directions➊ In a blender, or bowl, mix together all of the ingredients to a smooth consistency.➋ Heat a nonstick pan to low/medium heat and coat with butter or a nonstick cooking spray. ➌ Pour an appropriate amount of batter … Continue reading Almond Flour Pancakes

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Fun with Food

Repeated meal prepping, cooking, and healthy eating can quickly become predictable and mundane.   With a lack of variety and excitement in the kitchen, it can be hard to follow through with special diets and good eating habits.  Take the time to spice up the appearance of your food, rather than just its taste.  Allow your creative juices to flow and have fun transforming your foods … Continue reading Fun with Food

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Nourished Food Festival

Last weekend, Derek and I were lucky enough to attend the Nourished Food Festival in our area.  The Nourished Festival takes place in ten different cities around the U.S. and is the largest gluten free, allergy, and special diet consumer event.  The expos cater to those with food allergies, sensitivities, and auto-immune/inflammatory diseases and allow communities to sample and purchase new products, meet brand ambassadors, … Continue reading Nourished Food Festival

Homegrown Goods

Whether you grow your own, or buy from local farms, it is undeniable that fresh produce is exceptionally rich in flavor, nutrients, and quality.  Planting crops each year is a tradition at our house.  By growing our own food, we save money, improve our health, and even get a little exercise and Vitamin D when we plant, maintain, and harvest our goods!  Cultivating one’s own … Continue reading Homegrown Goods

Gluten-Free Chicken Pot Pie

Ingredients ♥ 1 Kinnikinnick Foods gluten-free pie crust ♥ 1 bag of frozen mixed vegetables (beans, carrots, corn, peas) ♥ 3-4 chicken breasts ♥ 1 package of McCormick gluten free turkey gravy ♥ Butter or canola/olive oil Directions➊ Remove pie shells from freezer and thaw for 15 minutes. Prick thawed shell on the bottom and sides with a fork. Preheat the oven to 350°F.  ➋ Clean … Continue reading Gluten-Free Chicken Pot Pie

Teriyaki Chicken

Ingredients♥ Chicken breast or boneless thighs ♥ Gluten free soy sauce ♥ Honey ♥ Sweet chili sauce ♥ Brown sugar♥ Scallions♥ White rice ♥ Vegetables of choice ♥ Sriracha sauce (optional) Directions ➊ Clean and cut chicken into bite-sized pieces. Place in a large bowl and set aside. Preheat the oven to 400°F.➋ In a separate bowl, whisk together the gluten free soy sauce, honey, … Continue reading Teriyaki Chicken