Meal Plan Monday – Week 3

Links (highlighted in red) are to the recipes I am making this week. The recipes I'm using come directly from my personal recipe book page on the Plan to Eat website. Monday-Sunday Breakfast (I have the same thing for breakfast each day.) Instant Pot Whole Milk Plain Yogurt Honey Granola Monday-Sunday Lunch (I have a … Continue reading Meal Plan Monday – Week 3

Meal Plan Monday – Week 2

Links (highlighted in red) are to the recipes I am making this week. The recipes I'm using come directly from my personal recipe book page on the Plan to Eat website. Monday-Sunday Breakfast (I have the same thing for breakfast each day.) Instant Pot Whole Milk Plain Yogurt Honey Granola Monday-Sunday Lunch (I have a … Continue reading Meal Plan Monday – Week 2

One Pot Pastalaya

Pastalaya pronounced pasta-lie-a (like jambalaya) is a cross between a pasta dish and jambalaya (the Cajun sausage and rice dish). Is that confusing enough? No matter Pastalaya is delicious! My family devours it, even in its whole food incarnation with whole wheat penne pasta. Pastalaya (slightly adapted from Budget Bytes) Ingredients: 1 tablespoon canola oil 12-ounce package nitrate … Continue reading One Pot Pastalaya

Two-Ingredient Barbecue Chicken

This recipe is straight from a food blog I love - Bowl of Delicious!. Elizabeth is a whole-foods cook. All of her recipes are from scratch and most of the time very healthy. Hey, it called balance! When I first glanced at this recipe I thought, crispy chicken from the oven? I gave it a … Continue reading Two-Ingredient Barbecue Chicken

Red Beans and Rice

I have been making Red Beans and Rice since I got married 30+ years ago. It is delicious, economical, and all ages love it. An adaptation of a Cajun classic! Red Beans and Rice Ingredients: 1 pound dried red beans 4 cups water 4 cups chicken stock 24 ounces (two 12-ounce packages) nitrite free Andouille sausage 1 onion, diced … Continue reading Red Beans and Rice