A tutorial with tips, tricks and 3 different salad recipes so you can prepare fresh, crunchy salads for the whole week ahead. For a busy week of work, salads can be a great meal prep option. Load them up with lots of filling vegetables and lean proteins and get creative with what goes in your salads.
Two of the most satisfying words I could ever use to describe food are crispy and crunchy, which is exactly what a quesadilla should be. Quesadillas can easily be a boring meal, but with a few extra tweaks, this dish goes from plain to super jazzed up. Get the recipe and learn how to make super crunchy, perfectly crisp quesadillas by reading on.
A twist on the classic vongole dish! Creamy, packed with flavor, a little spicy and so, so delicious. Toasted breadcrumbs on top don't hurt either!
It's secretly light, but has the richness and flavor of the utmost in comfort food. I think you'll be happy you made this one.
This right here is the salad dreams were made of. All the fall flavors we all know and love thrown together in a bowl and we call this "healthy" because it's salad, but in reality it's not just apples and acorn squash and arugula, but also crumbled bacon and goat cheese...because obviously. Then top that off with a quick homemade Honey Thyme Vinaigrette, and you're good to go!
This classic lobster mac & cheese, using a mixture of sharp cheddar and nutty gruyere, is so easy to make yet much lighter than most other recipes you find. Add in the herbed breadcrumbs, then let it bake to bubbling and crispy perfection, is what makes this dish so irrisistable.
Succulent, delicate and meaty scallops are transformed into little pieces of candy, seared and glazed, then served up with savory Carolina rice and quick cooking collards and bacon. There is just no telling how you'll ever save any for leftovers.
Store-bought granolas and nut mixes can get very expensive, and not so great on the waistline. In my effort to find yet another new and exciting breakfast idea, I turned to an oldie but a goody - homemade granola.
This no-oats granola is baked with honey, cinnamon, sea salt and coconut oil for a deliciously sweet, salty and crunchy topping for yogurt, oatmeal or just as it is.