Roasted Red Pepper Lasagna in Slow Cooker

I’m gonna make you drool in an appropriate way. Like drooling mentally because nobody really wants to see you or me drooling. Trust me on this one. Let’s keep to emojis and hashtags. Once again, prepare to be amazed with this 7 ingredients healthy roasted red pepper lasagna with mushrooms made in a slow cooker. And all ingredients come from a jar, a can or a package. And still clean. If maybe, maybe, just slightly maybe, one of the ingredients is 98% clean promise you will bite the bullet….
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Clean Eating Cheesecake Bars with Cranberries

One of the readers left a comment on Healthy Strawberry Cheesecake Bars saying she made them with Greek yogurt and cottage cheese instead of cream cheese. I was intrigued right away because it sounded healthier. I was raised on rich homemade cottage cheese that resembles American farmer’s cheese. My mom and grandma would make it by boiling buttermilk, then draining in a cheesecloth hanging on a tap overnight. The result was dry, pressed and crumbly cottage cheese that we would eat with freshly made sour cream from a farmer’s…
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Quinoa Egg Muffins with Broccoli

With Easter upon us, these quinoa egg muffins would be a great addition to your Easter brunch or breakfast table. Equally they would be fantastic for a Mother’s Day brunch, Christmas Day breakfast and more importantly – weekdays. These quinoa egg muffins are quick, packed with lean protein and complex carbs, keep well in a fridge and can be frozen. I do not make eggs for breakfast during the week because I simply do not have time. Between packing 2 kids for school/daycare, squeezing in a work out and getting…
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Spaghetti Squash Quiche with Kale and Mushrooms

Spaghetti squash is a vegetable with a noodle like flesh and a sweet taste. It can easily replace pasta in a casserole (spaghetti squash casserole), make a low carb “noodle” boat (spaghetti squash boats Tex Mex) and now form a crust in this meaty and delicious gluten free spaghetti squash quiche. Why not?! You don’t have to squeeze the liquid out or any extra steps. Once pressed in a pie plate, spaghetti squash easily replaces traditional flour crust without extra carbs. I have to clarify, I’m not on a…
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Cottage Cheese Protein Pancakes

These cottage cheese protein pancakes taste like regular pancakes, just not as thick fluffy. Which is perfectly OK because the pancakes are fluffy enough, light and you would never taste the protein powder. And you know the protein pancake recipe is good, when it’s made with pea protein powder and is delicious. Have you ever tasted pea protein powder? No?! Well, let me tell you, that stuff is nasty. It tastes and smells just like plain split peas. But ironically it’s super good for you.:)