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Zucchini Caprese Stacks

Zucchini Caprese Stacks: Ah, comfort food on a Monday (last night’s filling din).  Pretty simple to make and on the healthy side.  It’s just veggies and protein, after all. Fat free mozzarella is always an option, or part skim.  And…

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Spicy Buffalo Cauliflower Bites

Spicy buffalo cauliflower bites are a delicious replacement for chicken.  Easy to make and great as a snack or dinner side. Cut cauliflower into bite sized pieces, brush with olive oil and roast at 450 for 15 minutes. Mix a…

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Stacked Caprese Salad with Asparagus

Stacked Caprese Salad with Asparagus:  Enjoy this as an appetizer or the main course– veggies and protein, check!  Or maybe just “veggie” without the “s”…are tomatoes a fruit??  Either way, it’s nutritious and deeelicious. See this recipe from REMcooks.com I forgot…

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Red Lentil Dal & Chai Smoothies!

Oh sweeet, I can made Indian food!  So yumz!  I found this recipe for spicy red lentil spread (or dal) and then found a deeeelightful Indian curry sauce from World Market to use with it.   Reallyy easy to make, and…

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Greek Orzo Pasta Salad (#Tbt Greeece)

This stuff is SO yumz.  Just search for Greek orzo pasta-salad recipes and you will find numerous ones to work off of…I used this one.  *Pics of my Greece trip below I made a side of French bread pizza to go with it,…

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Healthy Dinner Bites

These small dinner bites make for one protein packed, nutritious meal! Guacamole deviled eggs Zucchini ‘sushi’ rolls Quinoa Chickpea patties   Guac Deviled Eggs:   Zucchini ‘sushi’ Rolls: Instead of making an Asian sauce for these (which would have been equally…

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Eats, Lifestyle

Lo Amo la Pizza

Liike 90% of my recipes are pizza-related (seems that way)…because lo amo la pizza!  Who doesn’t??  I’ve decided to jazz up a few food posts here and there with my vacay pics that correspond with the recipes.  Since I’m absolutely…

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Quinoa Stuffed Tomatoes

Easy and healthy!  Found this recipe (but then improvised) from Wendy Polisi’s site http://www.cookingquinoa.net.  Click here to get it.  I use a rice cooker to cook my quinoa– 2 cups water to 1 cup quinoa.  Tip:  add a teaspoon or two of…

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