Slow Cookin’ Pepper SteakThis is an awesome summer meal, not just because it’s super quick to make, but because it goes in your slow cooker, which avoids using the stove/oven for cooking, keeping your house much cooler later in the day and into the evening.Jalepeno Popper BurgerThis sassy burger has a little bit of bite and a whole lot of flavor! This super tender sandwich is made with ground sirloin, a lean ground beef, made from the center loan cut creating a yummy-tender burger. Don’t forget to load up on the tomatoes, lettuce and red onions for extra healthful nutrients. All you have to do now is invite your family and friends over for a delicious cookout for the holiday weekend!
Greek Beef Kebabs with Cucumber SaladAs the weather warms, cooking outside is must in our house. These kebabs are seasoned with a zesty marinade that goes great with a side of rice or quinoa and refreshing cucumber salad.Fish Tacos with Avocado-Lime CremaTacos are not just served on Tuesday’s in our house. In fact, we eat them about 2 times per week. They are super easy and with the right ingredients, they’re pretty darn healthful. These fish tacos are exactly that – healthy! The smoky flavors of cumin and paprika pair perfectly with this tangy sauce making each bite a perfect balance of flavors!Puerto Rican Arroz con PolloI love recipes that are one-pan meals. It just makes sense when you are a working family with busy evening activities! This dish is made with homemade adobo seasoned chicken and savory rice. If your looking to cut those carbs, use cauliflower rice instead.Chicken Chile-Lime NoodlesThis Chile-Lime sauce adds the right amount of tang and heat to a protein and veggie packed meal. You can use lo mein noodles or whole-wheat spaghetti noodles – it’s up to you! This recipe is perfect for a quick dinner or lunch when you don’t have much time to cook.Keto Chicken Tikka MasalaIf your wanting a meal that tastes like dine-in straight from your favorite Indian restaurant, but that’s keto friendly, and has the health benefits of fresh homemade ingredients, we’ve got you covered. Best part is your home will smell like the aromatic spices all day – yumm!Paleo Friendly Pot Roast and GravyOne of my favorite meals to make in the slow cooker is pot roast. This is especially so when I’m hosting a party around the holidays. Since a majority of the work is magically done in the slow cooker, all I have to do is make the sides and gravy.
Lately some of my friends and family are following the paleo diet. I usually make a few different sides such as roasted brussel sprouts along with carrot and potato halves so that everyone is happy. Once your guests arrive and smell of the aromas from the kitchen greet them at the door…well let’s just say, it better be time to eat!Smoky Black Bean & Sweet Potato CasseroleColder weather calls for warm winter dishes that offer tons of great flavor and health benefits. I think casseroles have gotten a bad rap for being too heavy or rich. That’s what inspired me to create this dish. Both gluten-free and vegetarian, this recipe has both smoked mozzarella cheese and smoky paprika to liven it up. Like a little spice? Well we’ve got that covered too! You’ll definitely want to print this recipe and make this dish!
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