Baked sliced eggplant and tomatoes with some cheese on top
Fitness Minutes: (7,783)
315 9/26/10 3:32 P
I'm making a recipe I found on SparkRecipes - Vegan Style Morrocan Chickpeas. Will be serving with basmati rice, pita bread and tzatiki (also a recip I found on SP). My son, who doesn't eat red meat, and his girlfriend, who is vegetarian, are coming for dinner and I know that they will love it!
i have chicken breast, a can of rinsed black beans, a can of rotel tomatoes, a can of fiesta corn, and a can of enchilada mix in the crockpot, that will be put into a whole wheat flax lavash and baked into a quesadilla and served with ff sour cream and salsa tonight. and hubby will eat leftovers tomorrow while i work late as a chicken black bean chili :) double duty recipes are awesome, lol.
Fitness Minutes: (19,855)
2,615 9/22/10 11:21 A
cooking pan fried in a drop of olive oil tilapia with salt and pepper shrimp (i have a little left in freezer so want to use them up)
Potato crusted flounder with steamed broccoli. I had the same thing last night so check out a photo in my blog below.
Fitness Minutes: (175)
3 9/2/10 8:50 P
I tried the best spinach and chicken casserole last night. We're enjoying the left overs tonight. It was AMAZING. Very easy. Totally delicious! The little kids loved it! The 21 year old risked my wrath by eating it before dinner was served and my husband raved about it. Yummy, low cal, high nutrient value. Try it!
Loved this quote! I borrowed it and posted it on my Facebook page. Hope you don't mind. I just walked my first 1/2 marathon with Team in Training to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in June and this quote really resonated with me in regards to that whole experience. Thanks so much for having posted it! chubbycheryl3
I made the fried zucchini at lunch it was ok but for supper I treated myself to Tilapia, it is a new product by Sea Pak, Parmesan encrusted Tilapia, it was wonderful it had 280cal, the fat content was higher at 10, carbs 23 protein was 23! it was good,
I started throwing things in a pot and made sort of a chili. I know it is 100 degrees outside but I was not intending on making chili. It was so good. I put the recipe on sparkrecipes.com. It is called Mea's Chicken Pink Chili. Pink because of the tomatoes and the white beans
I just remembered reading to make a meal go further add healthy hearty ingredients so that is what I did. :)
I made the Black Thai Pork from sparkrecipes for the first time tonight. Putzy, but we looooved it. Will definitely make again. I think I'll see if the peanut sauce will freeze then maybe make that in big batches and freeze to save time in the future. Beautiful presentation as well- would be great for entertaining. I added a side of steamed broccoli- or peapods, chinese mix would be good.
Instructions In a wide, shallow bowl, beat together milk, egg, egg whites, vanilla and salt.
Coat a large nonstick skillet with cooking spray; heat over medium heat. Dip bread, one piece at a time, into egg mixture; turn to coat both sides. Cook bread in a single layer, flipping once, until golden brown, about 2 minutes per side.
Here is my favorite thing right now: Healthy fajitas Spray non-stick pan with a little cooking spray. Saute sliced onion, red, yellow, orange, green peppers. (Other veggies like squash and zucchini are good here too.) Add some pre-cooked chicken (I used leftover grilled chicken), saute until all is warm. Put on a warm tortilla, sprinkle with a little cheese (I just use a pinch), some lettuce, chopped tomato and/or salsa. YUM!
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