Although I was hesitant to really commit to the Whole30 in the beginning, I am so glad I finally got brave and gave it a go! Once I got past the first few days of withdrawal (headaches were brutal), it’s been smooth sailing!
One of the objections I hear the most is “I just don’t have time to eat healthy…” While I know that healthy eating can be a challenge, I’d beg to differ that it takes any extra time to eat healthy. In fact with a few of my favorite recipes and a meal plan, I actually SAVE time by following ahealthy nutrition plan. This 15-Minute Roasted Chicken and Veggies is one of my absolute favorites, so I can wait for you to give it a try! Continue reading
The typical salad can be a little boring, so I’m always looking for ways to mix it up a bit. This weekend I came up with this variation on the typical spinach salad, and it was so yummy I couldn’t help but share. Plus, it is so full of nutrition, it’ll fuel your body all day long! So, check out this simple superfood salad the next time you’re looking for an easy but healthy lunch or dinner recipe! Continue reading
My philosophy when it comes to meals is the simpler the better, and this tilapia and veggie dish definitely does not disappoint. It seriously doesn’t get any easier than this, and it’s so, so good! So, if you’re looking for a light and tasty weeknight meal or even if you need a meal for entertaining, try this! Continue reading
I’ve mentioned a time or two that I try to limit our processed foods as much as I can. While that’s not always easy to do, one way I am able to accomplish it is doing a little meal prep each week and relying on simple recipes for a few of our favorites! One of my “make every week” recipes is this super-simple Cinnamon Honey Granola! It is honestly one that my husband requests each week, and it literally takes under 5 minutes to prepare (as long as my little one is cooperating) and a bit of time to bake.
I love it too because it’s really easy to change up if we decide we want to add something different in it or are out of something. The recipe is based on an easy 6:1 ratio – 6 cups of dry ingredients to 1 cup of wet ingredients. So, I’ll give you my measurements of what I use, but just know you can always swap things out to suit your fancy. Continue reading