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!
This post is sponsored by Village Farms, but all opinions are 100% my own.
Have you heard the news? I’m launching a brand new virtual Supper Club where we can come together as women and share, cook, eat, and get to know one another all through the touch of a screen! With the launch of this supper club, I am hoping to bring back a sense of community among other women, share delicious recipes, find out more about YOU, and to bring a little fun back into cooking! I partnered with Village Farms to bring you two of my favorite easy recipes that are perfect for a gathering of friends and family, or in this case they are perfect for any supper club! My Green Monster English Muffin Pesto Pizzas with roasted tomatoes and my Individual Baked Spaghettis are super simple to make and they are guaranteed to delight kids and adults a like!
I have a love hate relationship with the time change. On one hand I love more evening light, but on the other hand it takes me a week or two to adjust to not feeling behind from the time I get up in the morning! All week i have been feeling like I just can’t get ahead of my schedule and I already know easy recipes are a must this week in order to survive! Fritters are one of those recipes that I love making because you can combine whatever you have in the fridge and make something super yummy that can stand on it’s own or be served alongside your favorite dish. My easy gluten free broccoli cheese fritters with za’atar yogurt dip are perfect to make any night of the week!
With Spring on the brain, I am suddenly in the mood for all sorts of salads and color on my plate! It has been unusually cold here this week in Texas, but that does not change the fact that I have been day dreaming about sunny Spring days that are in the very near future! While wintery meals tend to be more laborious, I love how with the switch of seasons, meals become more simple and effortless. Simple salads are one of my favorite things to make at this time of year when the days gets longer and the weather gets nicer! Even better, are salads that can be prepped in advanced and eaten throughout the week for easy lunches or dinners! My Chickpea BLT Salad with Cilantro Dill Dressing is a salad that is packing serious flavor and will quickly become one of your new favorites!
Chicken is one of those staples that I always have in my freezer to cook up on any night of the week. The problem is, I get into the habit of making the same dishes over and over and am always looking for some new ways to cook chicken that my family will love! Can you relate? I figured as much, which is why I decided to pull together all of my favorite chicken recipes into one post for you to reference any night of the week when you get into a chicken rut! My top 15 chicken recipes will give you the variety you have been looking for to keep everyone happy at the dinner table!