What’s for dinner? That’s the million dollar question, right? You forgot to thaw out something, you’re working late and you come home starving with several other mouths to feed. Sound familiar? Don’t hit up the drive-thru or order in a pizza, let’s figure this out together! Check out my simple tricks and enjoy these four recipes to get a healthy meal on the table in 10 minutes.
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After years and years (and years) of succumbing to the siren song of convenience, I discovered the one thing that broke the pattern was when I had a fridge stocked with ready-to-go (and really delicious) homemade components to quickly assemble a meal. The idea is to start with simple “Core Recipes” made with real, unprocessed food and mix and match those recipe for a meal or two. Then repurpose the leftovers of each dish into what I call “Reinvention Recipes.”
Cooking for one doesn’t have to suck, and with the plan I’m showing you today you’ll be able to have fun in the kitchen while making easy, unprocessed meals. (These tips will help when planning for more people, too!)
Menu planning and cooking healthy, unprocessed foods should be fun, relaxed and involve the whole family – and this three-bean sweet potato chili is one of our family’s favorite recipes.
Use this same method at home to thrive using a whole foods diet that won’t break the bank or make you a slave to the stove.
In the fifteen years since I lost half of my body weight, I have learned a lot about nutrition and healthy eating. One thing I haven’t done though, is become a gourmet cook or a foodie.
I wasted pounds and pounds of farmer’s market bounty because I didn’t plan to eat — I only planned to stock the fridge.
As soon as I read about October Unprocessed, I knew I was in. So much so, that we started last weekend — but I knew that we’d face two main hurdles.