Whatever your plans are today, I hope you enjoy the day! I'll be spending the afternoon with family followed by a bonfire with friends. It's going to be a hot one here in the mitten. Dessert: Vanilla cake topped with sugar free vanilla pudding, sugar free cool whip, and various fruit. I love to make… Continue reading Happy 4th!
I am a huge fan of burrito bowls but really have not been able to have them since starting keto, due to the high carbs in beans and rice. The hubby and I have been loving how similar cauliflower rice tastes to regular rice, so I thought I'd give it a whirl for dinner tonight!… Continue reading Keto Friendly Burrito Bowl
We dined at many of the specialty restaurants on board the Harmony of the Seas, but one of them stood out above the rest: Wonderland. Wonderland has an "Alice in Wonderland" theme, and the way they deconstruct/rebuild the dishes is outstanding. The flavor combinations and presentations are delightful. If you've never heard of molecular gastronomy,… Continue reading Wonderland
As I loaded up my groceries into the back of my truck this afternoon, freezing rain started pouring down on me and I thought "Yep, today's a chili day." This recipe is super easy and absolutely delicious! Chili is one of my favorite meals and is so versatile. You can load it up with whatever… Continue reading Sweet Potato Chili- Vegetarian!
Tonight's dinner was super delicious! And quite easy to make. It's chilly here in the mitten so I wanted something comforting yet still healthy. Here's the recipe for my Portobello & Asparagus Pasta 🙂 You'll need: 1 pkg baby bella's 1 bunch of asparagus 1 medium white onion 6 cloves of garlic Oregano/Italian seasoning/Garlic powder/pepper… Continue reading Portobello & Asparagus Pasta
So I broke down and made the first pumpkin recipe of the season a bit early. Mini pumpkin cupcakes with a maple buttercream frosting 😊
Today we purchased our first grill! Logan fired it up and made us salmon, steak, zucchini, and corn on the cob. Mmmmm! We've begun to get much more enjoyment out of buying "grown up" items versus the careless spending we used to do.