This is the second recipe in my 2-part series with my with friends from Hilton Home2 where I got to make easy, calorie-conscious recipes in the room. Today, it’s an Asian chicken salad recipe! One of my favorite projects to-date because I got to bring along my best friend, Max! Max is “all of us”
Here’s a quick and easy way to liven quinoa! This is especially clutch if you find yourself making way too much quinoa each week and struggling to find ways to enjoy it before you inevitably (and regrettably) toss it out. Trust, you’ll definitely finish this recipe. This pairs beautifully with my sweet tamarind glazed salmon
If you were looking for a simple but interesting green salad for your next meal plan, look no further than this dream team of asparagus, arugula, avocado, mâche, and peas. This flavorful mix is one of our best salad recipes and the unique salad dressing, with a hint of pink grapefruit, is to die for!
One thing I’ve learned from my recent travel is that I do not incorporate enough raw fruits into recipes or my daily diet. It occurred to me when I was in Nigeria and Colombia, where I was readily enjoying fresh fruits. Incorporating fruits into recipes add both flavor and the hint of sweetness to take your
You can make this delicious meal that features a tasty chicken recipe even easier with the use of an instant pot or slow cooker. This pasta and chicken meal prep can help when you are an athlete on the go with a busy schedule and bills to pay, as it can be stored in the
Like every other honest person in the world, I get cravings…and I have to admit that sometimes I cave and enjoy a non-scheduled indulgent treat, or two…or three. And yes, I try to plan when I’m going to eat something that is less calorie-conscious because if I actually plan for it, then it’s not really
As part of my partnership with Pronamel, they asked me to create content with the theme “Twice as Good” in mind – something that can serve two purposes. First thing that came to mind was obviously, food! But here’s my take/twist. One thing I like to do is purchase produce and products from my local
I’m following up on a FAQ – “What are some lunch meals you can enjoy that don’t have to be reheated?” Here are four easy lunch ideas to help inspire your next meal prep! This is a continuation of the 5 cold lunch mash-up that I did last year. When it comes to eating food cold
Ditch the store-bought stuff and make your own delicious salsa that you can easily customize for your tastes and preferences. I use salsa for nearly EVERYTHING! Salads, eggs, protein, grilled vegetables, etc. Essentially anything that needs an extra kick, gets a serving of my fresh homemade salsa. It’s a great lower-calorie alternative to give your
People often share with me that quinoa is bland and often uninspiring. I used to think the same thing until I started to prepare it differently. Here is an easy delicious, savory quinoa dish that has moisture because of the way it is prepared in a savory broth. Guarantee this recipe will inspire you to jazz
I still remember the first time I had a taco salad as a teenager. Admittedly, I wasn’t a fan of salads then but I quickly became one after enjoying a delicious Mexican-inspired salad with steak, beans, corn, tomato and cheese (lots of it) all in a crunchy taco shell! I’m not going to name the
I shared this last week on Instagram and y’all requested that I post the recipe to the website so here it is! Since I’ve been following this ketogenic diet, every week I treat myself to a meal where I load up on carbohydrates. This meal helps give me muscle energy (glycogen) so that I can continue to
Wait! Don’t toss out that leftover chicken breast (that you refuse to eat because you’re sick and tired of it by the end of the week). Toss it in a salad, chop it up, then wrap it up! Remember, you should always adjust recipes like this one to compliment your goals and nutrition plan.
If you’re grilling out this summer or just looking for a side dish for your weekly meal prep, try this “lighter” taste of the South! This Sweet Potato Salad will have your guests going for seconds while also feeding your body (and hard earned muscles) in a much more nutritious way than the traditional version. To
I was in Kroger recently grabbing a few items for meal prep and I noticed they had a sale on wild-caught lobster tails for only $6 per tail so I couldn’t pass it up! I was immediately inspired to do two things: 1) fire up the grill; 2) make a seafood salad. I sprayed the lobster tails
This is an amazing side dish – or appetizer – that I created for my 5-day vegan challenge. I thoroughly enjoyed this and cannot wait to incubate a few more recipes with this flavor combination. It’s good as is but I can definitely see how you can easily incorporate this into other dishes to boost flavor.
I love stir-fry. If you’re like me, I wouldn’t mind having some variation of stir-fry on a weekly basis. It’s a great way toadd variety to your diet and “experiment” with different vegetable combinations. This is a great a side dish or main dish, just pair it with brown Basmati rice or quinoa for a more filling, hearty option.
We’ve all been there – you’re at work or school and you’re hungry so you go to reheat your meal only to find out there is no microwave. Or your job requires you to be on the road all day and you don’t have access to a microwave. It’s a frustrating feeling! But I have good
Gainz! That’s exactly what this tuna salad is. Packed with omega-3 fatty acids from nuts & seeds, Greek yogurt, dried fruit and spices for a full flavor overload. Your tastebuds and muscles will thank you. Enjoy this salad with fresh greens or veggies, whole grain bread/pita/wrap or by itself!
For some reason or another, the salads we order in restaurants taste far better than the ones we make at home! At least that was the case with me. It was pretty frustrating buying a whole bunch of vegetables and wanting to make a “restaurant-style” salad, only to make an uninspiring, dry salad. But with practice, I’ve learned