The definition of comfort food should be “Chicken Pot Pie”. It’s simply perfect in the fall and winter months with its yummy, warm filling and delicious, crunchy dough on top. I just love this stuff, it’s truly a recipe for all year round. Continue reading Chicken Pot Pie
I have autoimmune issues and long ago had to give up coffee. This caught my eye while out shopping so I picked a box up, NOT expecting to like it but I LOVE this coffee\tea! I thought it might just be tolerable but it’s simply FANTASTIC! I didn’t add any sweetener or milk, I just drank it black as it has a nice nutty, slightly sweet taste all its own. Continue reading Teeccino Dandelion Caramel Nut Herbal Coffee
I have made this Nut-Free Banana Bread more times than I can count, but each time I make it, it gets scarfed down before I get a chance to take a picture of it. I don’t remember where the original recipe came from but I’ve tweaked it a bit since I started making it and with that it’s become a family favorite where I make two loaves at a time whenever we have leftover bananas that need to be eaten. Continue reading Nut-Free Banana Bread
These chicken strips are super simple to prepare and they make a great snack. What’s also great is that there’s no measuring here, of any kind, once the strips are marinated, spread them out on a baking sheet and sprinkle a generous amount of the seasonings on both sides.
Add salt if you’d like but loading up on other seasonings is a great way to help reduce your sodium intake. Also, cayenne pepper has a myriad of health benefits, including boosting the metabolism and aiding in digestion. Low-fat, low-sodium, and guilt-free… what more could you want? Continue reading Buffalo Chicken Strips
Chinese Broccoli Beef is one of those old favorites that I miss the most about treating myself. The use of soy and MSG in Chinese cooking makes it incredibly unhealthy which eliminates it from my diet totally. That is of course until I heard about coconut aminos and read up on them and out came this fantastic recipe.