Weekly Recipe Roundup 9-21-17

How did your week go? Did you try out any of the recipes from last week’s roundup? Hope it helped with your meal planning for the week. How could it help you more? I’d love to hear your suggestions! Just to recap, all of the recipes I include must check the following boxes: QUICK  30 minutes or less OR can be made in the crockpot for ultimate ease. They will be completely doable on the weeknights! EASY  You’ll likely have most of the ingredients on hand with only a few that need to be purchased. And of course… HEALTHY I will include Continue reading Weekly Recipe Roundup 9-21-17

Weekly Recipe Roundup!

I have something that is gonna be a lifesaver. I mean, now that school’s in session, you have about 30 seconds (okay, maaayyyybe 30 minutes) to get dinner on the table before you’re out the door to the kids’ activities. Amiright?? Well, I’m gonna help a sister out. I’ve scoured some of my favorite sites for recipes that are… QUICK  30 minutes or less OR can be made in the crockpot for ultimate ease. They will be completely doable on the weeknights! EASY  You’ll likely have most of the ingredients on hand with only a few that need to be store-bought. And Continue reading Weekly Recipe Roundup!

Easy Crockpot Chicken and How To Use It

I make this chicken about once every other week.  Because it is easy. (Like, seriously ea-sy.) It costs less than purchasing a rotisserie chicken from the grocery store and it is almost as little effort to make.  And it can be used for so many different meals throughout the week.  I want to share some of my meal ideas with you but first, the simple steps. Easy Crockpot Chicken Ingredients 1 onion, chopped into 1” sections 1 whole chicken, pasture-raised Salt and pepper Optional: celery, carrots, garlic, herbs Directions Place the onion (and any optional ingredients you’d like to use) in the Continue reading Easy Crockpot Chicken and How To Use It

My New Favorite Meal Planning App

I’ve done my meal planning in many different ways over the years from filing clipped or printed recipes to using a subscription service like Real Plans.  And there are pros and cons to each. But I am loving the ease and simplicity of my current system so much! I recently discovered an App called Wunderlist.  And, dare I say, it has changed my life! (And it’s FREE!) It is not specifically for meal planning but for organization and keeping lists. And I’ve created many running lists including Target, Kids’ Stuff, Pet Store, Personal, Work Related, Groceries and Dinners. Which leads me to how Continue reading My New Favorite Meal Planning App

Spinach, Tomato and Turkey Sausage Egg Bake

Now that we know cholesterol isn’t the real problem, EGGS ARE BACK! And I, for one, am thrilled. I could eat eggs for every meal but one of my favorite quick and easy dinners is a frittata or egg bake. And here is a new variation for you to try.  The combinations that you can create are endless so this recipe can be added to your menu every week. I love the addition of the sweet potato layer on the bottom (an idea that I found here). Make a big, green salad to go along side and you’ve got yourself a meal. Continue reading Spinach, Tomato and Turkey Sausage Egg Bake