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 of course…
HEALTHY
I will include a mix of recipes so those of you that are vegetarian/vegan will be able to find something as well as those that include meat in their diet.

The goal is to empower you to take charge in the kitchen, put more homemade meals on the table and basically DOMINATE like the do-it-all woman you are.

Here is your Weekly Roundup!

LOADED TURKEY MEATBALLS

I make some form of turkey meatballs once a month minimum! And these look so good!

I typically serve them with pasta for the kids and zucchini noodles for me (or skip the noodles altogether) OR with some spicy mayo for dipping alongside vegetables and a salad.

 

 

CREAMY CAULIFLOWER CHOWDER

If this doesn’t spell comfort food, I don’t know what does. My mouth is watering.

To keep your meal low glycemic, skip serving this soup with bread (or make a low-carb version from my FIT AND FAB Pinterest page) and instead opt for a nice chopped salad.

 

 

ZUCCHINI FRITTATA

It’s that time of year when the zucchini is abundant! Use some of it up in this simple frittata. Eggs are not just for breakfast in my house!

Serve with a caprese salad or alongside the cauliflower chowder (above).

AVOCADO GREEK SALAD & GREEK SALAD DRESSING

Nothing like a classic Greek salad.

Add avocado? Yes, please!

Make this a meal by adding some shredded chicken or serve alongside fish, soup or a frittata. See what I did there?

 

 

CROCK POT CHICKEN MARSALA

Now, you may be thinking that looks like a lot of mushrooms and I’ll never get my kids to eat that. BUT, not so fast! This is SO TASTY! And it is very easy to remove the mushrooms (and even the sauce) and serve it as regular old chicken.

Serve this over cauliflower rice or on its own with some steamed veggies.

Leftovers? Shred it up for a salad.

5-INGREDIENT COCONUT BITES

My daughter begs me to make these. Enough said.;)

Now, go forth and take charge in your kitchen.

And if you like this weekly roundup, share it with a friend.

Have a great week!

Michelle