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As my life gets busier, my recipes seem to get more simple. I think you and me are on the same page. Recently, you confirmed what I suspected – we share the same addiction – Mr. Crock Pot. healthy turkey chili, healthy slow cooker pulled pork, then chicken, rice & mushroom soup => all big love from you, guys. I should see if I can get a few crock pots for a giveaway for you. Took a note. How do you know your life is busy?! It’s when…
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Um, will you run away if I tell you this soup is made with cauliflower?! Like no flour and milk slurry to thicken the broth. A head of cauliflower. My $2.99 organic vegetable. A few month ago, while experimenting with soup recipes for my eBook, I discovered it does wonders in a crock pot. So, cauliflower, rice, 2 chicken breasts, stock, veggies and spices. Turn on and see you later. I’m addicted to my crock pot! I love my crock pot and he loves me back. It makes me feel…
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For me, healthy muffins do not come from a grocery store or Starbucks. Even if the tag says “healthy”. An absence of sprinkles and presence of icing doesn’t mean healthy either. My healthy muffins mean no refined sugar, no canola/vegetable oil and at least 50% of whole grain/gluten free flour. Healthy food => clean food => whole food. If I use white flour, I make sure it’s organic and makes up not more than half of the total flour used in the recipe. If you use only whole…
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And we are back in business. With some healthy pulled pork made in slow cooker in 4 hours. From scratch crock pot pulled pork. No bottles of BBQ sauce involved. It’s nice to be back. Sooooooo nice. You probably thought I published my eBook, made a million and took off to Mexico. Although Mexico, particularly all-inclusive resort, is my preferred way to vacation since starting to live a dream a.k.a since having kids (hint-hint), I am no near sipping pina coladas & watching my kids peacefully building the…
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And it’s done! It took me 3 months and finally 30 Clean Quick Dinner Recipes eBook is here! As a busy mom of 2, I know firsthand, “What’s for dinner tonight?!” is always at the back of my and your mind. I can get away with quick cereal for breakfast or sandwich for lunch. But dinner is a different story. 30 practical healthy clean dinner recipes that you can prepare after work, in under 40 minutes, or even better come home to a ready meal simmering in your crock pot. And your whole…
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Oh my goodness. As my brain is melting and hands are shaking, nearing the 30 Clean Quick Dinner Recipes eBook publication date this Sunday, I really wasn’t going to post any recipe until Sunday. Simply just because I haven’t taken pictures of any recipes in the last 10 days. Has it been that long?! Whooooaaaa. I had wonderful Alex at home cooking for us. Yes, he is that good and all mine.:) But then I felt wrong and guilty for teasing you with my skinny cheesecake photos on…
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As 2013 comes to an end tomorrow, me, Alex and little rascals, want to wish you Happy 2014! All the best to you and your families! P.S. This is not my house! I, personally, want to wish you Happy You Self in 2014! To find your happiness within you, in whatever you like to do – fitness, cooking, sewing, painting, crafting. Do something for YOURSELF! Something that makes YOU happy! Something for YOU! Having said that, I want to THANK YOU, all my readers – my real life…
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Stuffed mushroom caps with mushroom stems, parsley and 2 kinds of cheese – fresh Parmigiano Reggiano and Mozzarella. You really do not need too many ingredients to make this light, filling and full of flavour party appetizer. It is important to choose fresh and firm white or brown mushrooms. I bought this 20 pack at Costco. I’m all pictures rather than words today. Do not rinse them but rather wipe with damp paper towel. This way, mushrooms won’t soak up extra water and become soggy. Just pull out…
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I couldn’t think of an easier and healthier way to use the leftover turkey – quesadillas. Easy to make and serve, and kids love them. With quesadillas I can be over with lunch/dinner in 30 minutes and there is usually plenty leftovers left. When I make them, I cook only one time that day. Leftover cooked turkey meat mixed with broccoli, dried cranberries, cheese and then stuffed inside whole wheat tortillas. Basil makes these quesadillas really stand out. A couple of days ago I tried to find preservative free…
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  Really I can eat only so many cookies, cranberry orange bread and caramel popcorn. Even if it’s all healthy. Besides being married to Alex for over 8 years (w.o.w), I’m married to my veggies. Lately, we ran out of my mom’s supply of organic and free venison (she kinda hunts), and been trying to eat more veggies. Truth be told, it’s cheaper and healthier. Yep, I refuse to buy GMO corn and soy fed meat and it makes me feel better by saving a cow or two….
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