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Italian Spaghetti Squash Casserole

This is a great recipe to make ahead if you know you’re going to be pressed for time or are unable to make a healthy dinner. It can be frozen or kept in the fridge for a few days, or even eaten in the morning for breakfast! The flavors are reminiscent to pizza and that’s…

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Creamy Sun-Dried Tomato Spaghetti Squash and Chicken

I love recipes that can be made in one pan, especially ones like this. You can have a tasty, healthy meal on the table shortly after and clean up is a cinch! This recipe is dairy free but your choice of milk could be used in replacement of the coconut milk if necessary. I hope…

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Greek Frittata

I recently made this tasty Greek Frittata for a friend’s brunch and it was a huge hit! I made it without cheese so it would appeal to some dairy free guests, but I think some feta would be a delicious addition! Otherwise, I don’t think I would change a thing! As always, I hope you…

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Shepherd’s Pie

This is a perfect meal for a cozy night and it’s a great way to get picky eaters to eat their vegetables. Plus, it makes a lot, so you’re bound to have some the next day. I personally think the leftovers taste better! Don’t let the long ingredient list scare you away, it actually is…

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Re-Vamped Tortilla-less Chicken Enchilada Casserole

It has been my mission to create a tortilla-less enchilada casserole that isn’t completely soupy after it’s baked. I tried a little experiment to see if this would help thicken up the final product. I whisked 1 tablespoon of tapioca starch and two eggs into the sauce, and proceeded to make the recipe as usual.…

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Plantain-Yucca Pizza Crust

This plantain-yucca pizza crust is delicious! It’s easy to make, but just involves some time. It has a texture that is so similar to regular crust, you won’t even miss regular pizza! Feel free to play around with the thickness of the dough- it can be rolled out really thin, for a crispier crust, or…

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Chicken Cacciatore

Did you know that traditionally, chicken cacciatore did not contain tomatoes? It was originally a stew that hunters would make using rabbit, various herbs, garlic, mushrooms and wine. It is believed that tomatoes were later introduced to the recipe once they were brought to Italy from the New World. I personally enjoy the tomatoes in…

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Kung Pao Chicken and Zoodles

This is a another great recipe when you’re craving Chinese food. It comes together quickly, tastes great and doesn’t leave you feeling heavy and bloated when you’re done eating. The zucchini noodles cook down quite a bit, so you might want to have a few extra on hand in case you want to have some…

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Bacon-Wrapped Chicken Thighs

This one pan dish is simple and sure to please any picky eater! Who doesn’t love pretty much anything wrapped in bacon? This recipe is so versatile and so many different sides can be made to fit with it to make a complete meal. During summer, this is a great one to do on the…

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Ranch Dressing

This lightened up ranch dressing is so flavorful and simple to make. I’ve already made it twice this week! This is a great thing to have on hand in the fridge for those times when you need a quick dressing for your salad or want a dipping sauce for some fresh cut veggies. I roasted…

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