I grew up in Tennessee where deviled eggs were a staple at every pot luck or holiday table! More than likely there were a few varieties of deviled eggs at any given time, especially during Easter time! I love taking classic recipes that I grew up on and giving them new life with exciting new ingredients! Deviled eggs have endless possibilities as far as ways you can add different flavors to them and I created a deviled egg that is perfect for Easter brunch or to serve as an appetizer to Easter dinner! My chorizo deviled eggs are so delicious and easy to make and I can promise even people who think they don’t like deviled eggs will be raving about this recipe!
Happy Monday friends! Let’s start the week out with lots of veggies and gorgeous Spring goodness shall we? I was out of town last weekend and am need of all the veggies in my life and a salad full of all of my favorite Spring produce is just what my body is craving! The good news is, salads don’t have to be boring! In fact they are the perfect way to combine some of your favorite flavors and ingredients into one bowl! Right now I can’t get enough of strawberries and asparagus and together they make a lovely combo, believe it or not! My roasted asparagus strawberry herb salad with tahini honey mustard is sure to take your weeknight salad to a whole other level!
I made this Easy Panko Crusted Cod Fish last week on Instagram and I had an overwhelming response of people wanting the recipe for it! I can see why because not only is it delicious, but it could not be any easier to make (fifteen minutes easy to make). It was one of those recipes that I made by accident a few months back that turned into one of my favorite fish recipes! It’s my go-to weeknight meal lately and even my three year old gobbles his fish right up! It can be easily served with your favorite vegetable of choice to make a super simple and healthy meal that can be made on even the most exhausting of days! This easy panko crusted baked cod fish is going to be your new favorite way to serve fish up to your family!
This post is sponsored by Sabra, but as always my opinions are 100% my own.
A few weeks ago I met up with my fellow team members of #TeamNosh in Colorado for our first ever retreat where we all got to hang out (some of us for the first time in person)! We ate, we worked, we chatted, we collaborated, and we honestly had the most lovely time with each other and left feeling like we had known each other for years! It was such a pleasure being around women who I knew virtually to be really great, but then in person were even better than I had thought! We stayed in a gorgeous airbnb that had a refrigerator the size of my house, which was a good thing because when you get six food bloggers together, there is bound to be a lot of delicious food to be had!
I’ve always been a fajita girl when it comes to ordering out at a Mexican restaurant, while my hubby for a long time was more of an enchilada kind of guy. (I converted him to love fajitas so we could share…wink wink.) I love enchiladas too don’t get me wrong, but I tend not to order them out because I feel like they are one of the less healthy options for me to get, and you already know I am not sacrificing the chips and salsa or the margarita! You get what I’m saying here? To compromise, one of the things I like to do with dishes that I love is to recreate some of my favorite restaurant style dishes, that may not be as healthy, at home so that I can have control of the ingredients while still satisfying that craving! My Chipotle Chicken Skillet Enchiladas are just the kind of dish that you would order out at a restaurant, but can be made right in your own kitchen!
In case you haven’t heard, this week I am hosting my first ever Supper Club over on Instagram! We are getting to know each other better and diving into what it looks like to feed your family on a regular basis, which includes snack time and more! I want to know what struggles you are having while getting your family to eat healthy and nutritious meals whether that’s because of time, lack of knowledge, or anything in between! We will also be talking about family meal time successes. I want to know what works for you, your schedule, and your life! I partnered with Sunrays Citrus to bring awareness to what healthy snack time can look like and how it can be super simple and delicious at the same time! I’m featuring my citrus vanilla yogurt bowls and my creamsicle smoothies from my cookbook, Natural Baby and Toddler Treats for two easy snack time recipes that can double as a healthy breakfast too!