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Sunday Slow Cooker: Butternut Squash Soup Three Ways

Nothing screams fall more than butternut squash soup in my opinion and lately I have been making buckets of it. Considering I can pick up a butternut squash for under $5, have all the other ingredients on hand, and can make it in the slow cooker – it’s a favorite meal and freezer item around […]

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Spinach Protein Pancakes

Lately I have been a bit obsessed with morning pancakes. Mostly it’s these Banana Pancakes, Pumpkin Pancakes, or Overnight Oat Pancakes; but this weekend I added a new healthy pancake to the rotation and they are made of spinach! Eeek! Before you go running for the hills, consider giving these simple pancakes a try. Much […]

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Spinach and Strawberry Protein Smoothie

First of all, let’s agree to ignore the color of the smoothie in this photo. Sometimes green smoothies are just not pretty. But the taste? I’m into it. It isn’t overly sweet and tastes a bit earthy from the spinach, almond butter, and hemp protein powder. I love this smoothie first thing in the morning […]

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Indian Spiced Cabbage with Dates

Spicy, earthy, and with just a hint of sweetness, this Indian inspired side dish will definitely be making an appearance in my kitchen often. There are quite a few things I love about this recipe. First it comes together in under 10 minutes if you start with pre-shredded cabbage or cole slaw mix. Win! Second […]

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Skinny Pesto

There are certain things I always like to have in my freezer for quick meals when I need them. The first is a great homemade marinara sauce, usually with meatballs that can be quickly paired with pasta, spaghetti squash, or used for sandwiches or for quick stuffed peppers. The second is a homemade soup, usually […]

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Black Olive and Feta Turkey Burgers

This turkey burger is seriously delicious. It turned out better than I ever expected. It is moist, packed with flavor, and comes in at under 200 calories. I think the magic happens when you add the feta and black olives, which keep the turkey from drying out like it traditionally does in a turkey burger. […]

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