If you’re in a pinch with time and/or you have some leftover brown rice (or loads of it in your pantry that you want to get rid of), then try this quick cajun-inspired chicken, shrimp and rice dish! This is a remixed version of the Taco Chicken & Rice dish I recently made, showing just
I get it – some foods you just can’t live without. One of those foods for me is Mexican cuisine, specifically tacos – chicken and barbacoa tacos are my go to! Growing up in Texas I’ve had my weekly (probably more like daily) dose of spicy, tangy and smoky flavored food. Put simply – it’s
If you’re heading to a holiday party, having some friends over to watch the big game, or just needing to keep a growing family fed during these colder winter months, this ultimate low carb lasagna is perfect. I like this recipe for a few reasons. It’s such a hearty recipe with just a few carbohydrates.
If you’re in a pinch in the mornings, then these make ahead protein waffles may be perfect for your lifestyle. I wasn’t sure if this recipe would work, but sometimes creativity kicks in and you’re able to make something beautiful (and delicious). Ever thought about using protein powder as a “dry” ingredient in baking recipes?
Here’s a quick recipe to spruce up your morning pr-oats, or protein oatmeal, routine! One thing I’d like to highlight is why I do not recommend cooking oatmeal WITH protein powder. Simply put – protein dries it out and slightly changes the flavor and texture of the oatmeal. As an alternative, I recommend cooking the
It’s no secret that sweet potato muffins are one of my favorite foods. Growing up in the south (Texas), I’ve had my fair share of it and in many different forms. While it’s good year-round, during the fall it kinda takes on a new meaning for me. With the colder weather (and the crockpot or
“What do I do with my leftover quinoa? It’s just sitting in the pantry!” That’s one of the most common questions I receive from followers regarding leftover ingredients. It makes sense – every health website and social guru will tell you that adding quinoa to your diet is a good thing, and they’re right! And
If you’re having friends over to watch some sports over the weekend OR you need a new way to spice up your post-workout meal, look no farther than my “game day nachos,” aka mixed crispy potatoes and a quick chili recipe. Here is another way you can use arrowroot starch besides a sauce thickener –
Recently I crossed another fitness challenge off my bucket list by competing in the Red Bull 400! It’s touted as the world’s highest 400-meter race that happens at several locations around the world, but in the US, it’s only held in Olympic Park in Park City, Utah. Essentially, it’s a 400m race UP a ski
What’s up fit foodies? Tired of eating chicken? Here’s a beef bowl recipe that you’ll surely love and perfectly made for the special diets that you’re into, sweet and spicy beef! Most of the time we tend to meal prep chicken for its affordability, time efficiency, and protein and low carb content. But
If you were looking for decadent vegan chickpea brownies, you have come to the right place! These delicious chickpea brownies are made with the garbanzo bean, the same bean used to make tasty hummus. This sweet treat is rich and fudge like, just what a brownie needs to be. The chickpeas are made smooth in