I am getting ready to leave for Thanksgiving and I need to get rid of some things in the fridge that will go bad while I am gone. I also needed a side dish for dinner tonight. These green beans are easy, cook quickly and taste yummy. What more could you want?
What You Need:
Green Beans- Washed and Trimmed
Splash of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Turn the oven to 425
In a bowl mix the green beans, a splash of EVOO and the garlic powder all together until the green beans are well coated. Put on the prepped pan and cover with parmesan.
Bake for 10ish minutes and ENJOY!
I promise that one of these days I will take better pictures and remember to take a picture before I DIG into the meals...
While I was cleaning the fridge today I realized that I had all these berries and they were going to go bad... I needed to make something with them and the apples I had available was a perfect option... The weather is starting to turn cool here and I want something warm with my coffee in the morning or as an after dinner treat. This is my take on a crisp that I don't feel guilty eating...
So I got to cutting the apples and mixing them into the berries...
What you need:
Apples cut into small chunks (about 2-3 depending on size of apple and pan)
Berries- Pears are my favorite in this mixture when they are in season
1/2 to 1 Cup of Almond Butter (again depending on how much fruit and pan- You want it coated)
2 Generous handfuls of pecan pieces
Lots of Cinnamon
Splash of Maple Syrup
Few Raisins - I didn't realize I was almost out when I stared the recipe! You don't have to include them either.
Mix it all together and spread in the prepped pan it is going to look a little ugly at this step...
Cook at 350 for about 45 minutes.
The raisins, nuts and the almond butter make a crust on the fruit..
I like that it is a forgiving recipe and you can try as many combinations as you would like!
Fresh from the oven
I clearly don't judge if you want to add from raw whipped cream or coconut cream to top this off...
Enjoy every bite!
Question for today: What do you like to eat when the weather turns cold?
Do you ever just get bored of your chicken recipes? I feel like I make the same things each week. I am a total creature of habit but the husband is not so much a fan of the same things over and over again. I have been searching for a new recipe to bake that is easy, yummy and low carb. However I wasn't super happy with anything that I had found on the internet so I created this more Paleo friendly option.
What You Need:
6 Chicken Breasts
1 Cup Mayo- Paleo Recipe Below
1/2 Cup Raw Parmesan-
Lots of raw garlic or powder works great too
Couple shakes of Italian Spices
Pinch of Sea Salt
Put the chicken in a coated pan.
Mix all the other ingredients together and spread over the chicken.
Sprinkle a little extra raw cheese over the top of the chicken because who can really have enough raw cheese?
Cook at 375 for 45 minutes.
This is the raw cheese I sprinkled on top:
The house smelled incredible and we enjoyed every bite. Pair it with some green beans and salad and you have a great/easy weeknight dinner. I even loved it cold the next day though that isn't too odd since I love me some cold food! I know it can sound a little odd to add mayo to the chicken but it really helps keep the chicken moist and don't worry you cant taste the mayo when its cooked.
Chicken Right From the Oven
1 egg 1 cup EVOO
Juice of 1/2 a lemon 1/4 teaspoon Sea Salt
You can also add garlic and black pepper if you want
Mix that all up in the blender and enjoy! Use a spatula to keep scraping the sides down to make sure it all gets mixed together.
Lasts 2-3 weeks in the fridge
Enjoy every bite,
Question of the Day: What is your favorite chicken recipe?
Each Monday I will post a new video or exercise to try, suck at, get better at and get stronger with during that specific week. Being busy means that I am always looking for something fresh, quick and new to keep me interested and wanting more... So lets shake it up and get stronger and healthier together.
This is a wicked workout but it only takes 13 mins from beginning to end! I love it and can feel it working each time I use it!
Get Moving Today,
Question for the Day: What is your favorite workout?