Bacon Egg & Pineapple Turkey Burger
July 2, 2015
This Bacon Egg & Pineapple Turkey Burger is topped with turkey bacon, BBQ sauce, grilled pineapple and an Eggland’s Best Egg … grilled to perfection and served on top a bed of greens. It’s the perfect 4th of July dish!
Do fried eggs belong on a burger? It’s the debate plaguing burger lovers everywhere! And I’m definitely on team egg-topped burger. Actually, I’m team egg-topped everything. Which is why I’m thrilled to talk about Eggland’s Best Eggs today.
You’ve probably seen their pretty white box o’ eggs in the grocery store, and here’s why I love them. They stay fresher longer, have 25% less saturated fat, more than double the omega-3s, and more vitamins than regular eggs. Pretty neat, huh?
5-Minute Healthy Breakfast Sandwich
June 26, 2015
This 5-Minute Healthy Breakfast Sandwich is the perfect breakfast for busy mornings, made healthier with egg whites, spinach, turkey bacon and whole wheat English muffins!
Don’t even lie to me. You know that after nights when you had one too many glasses of wine or didn’t get enough sleep, you sometimes find yourself in the McDonald’s drive-thru before work.
There’s just something about Egg McMuffins that’s like magic in making rough mornings better.
Well, this 5-Minute Healthy Breakfast Sandwich is the perfect alternative that won’t leave you hiding white and yellow paper bags in shame to destroy the evidence.
Spinach-Artichoke and Prosciutto Stuffed Chicken
June 24, 2015
This Spinach-Artichoke and Prosciutto Stuffed Chicken is a delicious clean eating dinner recipe that tastes gourmet but is super easy to make!
Let me tell you about my awful, terrible, very bad, no good day.
Somehow it seems that although I’m a grown adult, I am unable to read parking signs. So, three times in the last two month I’ve returned to my car to find those shiny orange tickets on the windshield.
The most recent time was last Friday. I woke up to go to work and plucked yet another parking ticket off my windshield. Not a great start to my day.
But the horrible-ness didn’t stop there. Oh no.
The Best Marinated Mushrooms
June 18, 2015
These seriously are The Best Marinated Mushrooms. Why? Because they’re super simple to make and require ingredients you probably already have in your kitchen!
I’m blogging today with a frown. Why you might ask? Well, because I had tickets to the Mumford and Sons concert tonight but it was postponed until a day I can’t make it. So instead, I sit here and blog about mushrooms.
On the bright side, at least I’ve still got a bowl full of The Best Marinated Mushrooms to drown my sorrows in.
I recently developed quite the obsession with marinated mushrooms. It all started with Whole Foods marinated mushrooms from their prepared food bar (which I’m also obsessed with). If you like mushrooms, you’ve GOT to marinate them.
Easy Stovetop Pulled Indian Chicken (paleo)
June 10, 2015
This Easy Stovetop Pulled Indian Chicken is a super simple paleo dinner recipe that only takes about 30 minutes to prepare!
Here goes another one of Jordan’s crazy diets.
I recently read Tim Ferriss’s 4-Hour Workweek and 4-Hour Diet, both of which I would recommend for sure. And well, they inspired me so much that I’m officially eating lentils and spinach for breakfast.
This Easy Stovetop Pulled Indian Chicken is a paleo-friendly recipe for dinner that takes under 30-minutes to make. It’s full of spices, so it’s positively bursting with flavor. The only bad thing about it is that it makes your office smell very distinct when you re-heat it at work. (Ask me how I know).
It’s made with coconut milk, but I promise you won’t taste the coconut. It just gives the chicken a delicious creaminess. Indian spices are added to make this taste just like butter chicken from your favorite Indian restaurant.
Add some cilantro on top and you’ve got yourself a delicious low-carb meal that’s hard to mess up.
Blueberry and Feta Kale Salad
June 4, 2015
This Blueberry and Feta Kale Salad is the perfect kale salad recipe for summer – light, fresh and super simple.
I heart kale. I also heart blueberry season. Which pretty much makes this my new favorite salad. My mom had it at a restaurant and emulated it for us when we went to visit. BIG WIN.
Blueberry and Feta Kale Salad is a super simple 5-ingredients salad recipe that was even approved by the picky eaters at the table.
Creamy feta crumbles, plus plump fresh blueberries and chopped pecans give this kale salad amazing flavor. Add in your favorite dressing – I recommend a light poppyseed dressing – and you’ve got yourself a perfect salad for summer!
The Easiest Crustless Quiche
June 2, 2015
This recipe for The Easiest Crustless Quiche really is super simple – combine anything you have in your product drawer with some eggs and meat (if you like), and bake!
Wana know how you have the best sister in the world? I’ll tell you!
It’s when you complain to her that you have no time to meal prep this week, and she brings you over a fresh baked Easiest Crustless Quiche! Isn’t that just the sweetest?
This recipe is a definite favorite in our family. My mom introduced us to the magic of the Easiest Crustless Quiche, and my sisters and I jumped on board.
You can use anything you have in your produce drawer – ANYTHING! It’s a great way to use up extra veggies, meat and cheese. Use your imagination. Go wild.
Prosciutto and Parmesan Baked Asparagus
May 28, 2015
This quick and easy recipe for Prosciutto and Parmesan Baked Asparagus will transform asparagus-haters … it’s that good!
Ahhhhhh-sparagus. It’s just so good. Especially when you cover it with prosciutto and Parmesan cheese. AmIRight?!
I actually can’t take credit for this recipe for Prosciutto and Parmesan Baked Asparagus because my sister dreamed it up and made it for me, but it was just such a beautiful work of art that I knew I had to share this one with the world.
I mean, what’s better than some Italian meats and cheeses to make your vegetables fun to eat?