Sticky, buttery, and with the perfect combination of savory and sweet, these maple chicken drumsticks are a huge hit whenever I make them. It’s one of the chicken dishes my kids request most often. Click for the recipe
Healthy recipes that even the young ones will enjoy.
No need to give up yummy tacos when you eat low carb – simply replace the corn tortilla shells with cheddar taco shells. They are just as tasty, crunchy, and – of course – messy! Click for the recipe
Let’s face it, chicken breast is bland. Even if perfectly baked. Chicken cordon bleu is a classic recipe that improves the taste of chicken breast by filling it with ham and cheese, then dredging it in breadcrumbs and frying in butter.
The classic chicken cordon bleu is excellent, but a bit too involved for a lazy cook like myself. So I decided to simplify things by baking the chicken breasts as I normally do, then topping them with Dijon mustard, ham and cheese, and returning to the hot oven for just a few seconds, until the cheese melts. We loved the result! Easy enough to make on a weeknight, adult-and-kid-friendly, and very tasty. Click for the recipe
Sweet mini bell peppers, stuffed with pizza sauce and mozzarella and broiled. A tasty appetizer or side dish, and obviously the perfect game day snack! Click for the recipe
These delicious, fragrant snickerdoodle bars are very lightly sweetened, which makes them just perfect for breakfast! Click for the recipe
Dinner doesn’t get any easier than slow cooker pulled pork. Quickly mix the barbecue sauce, pour over the pork, set and forget. Eight hours later, come home to a tender, flavorful, perfectly cooked entree! To serve, I skip the bun and serve this slow cooker pulled pork over cooked rice, cauliflower rice or mashed cauliflower. Click for the recipe
It’s the perfect low carb brunch – sausage and eggs baked inside bell peppers. Delicious and very pretty! I usually use ground pork and spices, but you can make this even easier by using store-bought, clean-ingredients sausage. Click for the recipe