Friday, December 18, 2015

Turkey Eggplant Polenta {Gluten-free, Dairy-free}

Happy Friday Sweet Readers! I'm looking forward to a fun night in with friends tonight then getting ready to spend time with family over the vacation. I may pop in with another recipe or two but if not, I will be back in the New Year with some amazing new recipes for you all to enjoy.

This polenta casserole is such a comfort food dish and one that I love! The polenta is creamy and hearty and has a great bite to it and yet has no cream! It's a great option to bring to a potluck party or to someone who is needing some extra help during the holidays and could use a hot meal. Go spread the Christmas cheer and eat well! Click over to to see my recipe! Enjoy! here for the recipe!

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Lemon Thyme Chicken

Please share and Pin! I just love bright citrus flavors with chicken. It's an easy and light way to revitalize an otherwise mild flavored meat. Using the juice and zest of fresh lemon in this recipe gives you a delicious lemony flavor that pairs perfectly with vegetables and nutty rice. Click over to to see my recipe. here for the recipe!

Friday, December 11, 2015

Slow-cooker Beef with Garlic Mashed Turnips {Gluten-free}

This recipe is a great way to transform an inexpensive cut of meat into something tender and delicious. I buy beef stew meat in bulk then divide it into freezer bags in 1 1/2 pounds each and freeze them for later. These mashed turnips pair wonderfully with the meat and they are just like making mashed potatoes, except lower in carbs. Serve some fresh steamed broccoli or a green salad on the side!

Turnips are round root vegetables that are purple and white with green leaves on top, for those who aren't sure. ;-)

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Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Korean Beef with Quinoa {Gluten-free}

My family loves this recipe! They ask me to make it nearly every time we make up our Weekly Menu. It's the perfect combination of sweet and savory! For this recipe, I kept it simple with just beef and quinoa, but typically I add a mound of fresh steamed broccoli alongside as well because that just screams delicious take out to me. This is my go-to when I'm out of ideas. Click over to to see my recipe. Try this next time you're craving take out but don't want to leave the house! Enjoy! here for the recipe!

Monday, December 7, 2015

Lemon Chicken Salad with Quinoa and Almonds {Gluten-free}

This is a delicious way to infuse chicken with tons of flavor. Who doesn't love using their Slow Cooker to help dinner along? And be sure to try my homemade, quick and easy dressing to drizzle on top. This is a light dinner that's still filling enough to leave you satisfied! Click over to to see my recipe! Enjoy! here for the recipe!

Friday, December 4, 2015

Chicken Stuffed Mushrooms with Guacamole {Gluten-free, Dairy-free, Low-carb, Paleo}

Looking for a new appetizer idea? I know we have a few holiday parties coming up and I like to have an allergy-friendly winner in my pocket. These are really easy to make and even more delicious to eat! If you plan to bring them along to a party you're attending, you can either opt to make them at the party house (ya know if it's your family or close friends) or you can prepare the mushrooms ahead, per the recipe and just hold off on the guac and onions. Bring the guac along in an airtight container or in a dish with plastic wrap pressed directly onto it to avoid browning. Just ask to warm the mushrooms slightly in the oven (4-6 min) then top each one with guac and onions. Easy! These are really light, healthy and delicious! A new take on a stuffed mushroom! Click over to to see my recipe! Enjoy! here for the recipe!

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