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Sweet Potato Chicken Casserole

Sweet Potato Chicken Casserole

It’s summer, but does that mean we can’t enjoy a good One Pot Wonder?  I didn’t think so!  This is a super easy casserole that takes all of 15-20 minutes to mix up.  You can prepare it the night before, and pop in the oven in the evening when you get home from work.  This…

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Leek, Asparagus & Herb Soup

Leek, Asparagus & Herb Soup

This Leek Asparagus and Herb Soup is the perfect fresh lunch or dinner for spring!  It is a Core Plan meal, because it uses potatoes.  To make it Advanced Plan, replace the potato with cauliflower or white beans.  The soup will still be delicious! Leek, Asparagus & Herb Soup Makes About 6 Servings  1 Tbsp…

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Update & Black Bean Burgers

Update & Black Bean Burgers

Fellow moms, it’s happening.  Teething!  Ah!  I have been so quiet on the blog because I have been tending to my little dude.  Last week was okay, a little fussiness here and there.  I think I was in denial about what was coming.  Monday thru Friday of this week have been horror days, particularly today. …

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Mediterranean Chicken-Quinoa Salad

Mediterranean Chicken-Quinoa Salad

In case you’re not following my adventures and interesting article shares on Facebook, I wanted to let you know what Dave and I are up to for Lent.  We have helped launch a 40 day renewal series at our church focusing on renewing the temple God gave you — your body!  We’re already in to…

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Smoked Turkey Pea Soup

Smoked Turkey Pea Soup

Happy Monday!  Hope your weekend was relaxing and fun.  Mine was both of those, with a little bit of work mixed in.  But the work was fun, of course, otherwise I wouldn’t put the time in (lol).  Dave and I are helping to plan and deliver a seminar titled “Rebuilding the Temple” at our church,…

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Salmon Cakes

Salmon Cakes

Are you a salmon patty fan?  My husband and I weren’t the biggest fans growing up.  Sorry to our moms but they were a mushy, bland, and [in my house] overcooked mess.  Actually, I think around Lenten season it was either salmon patties or tuna Hamburger Helper on Fridays (as my dad was Catholic).  It…

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Baked Eggs Florentine

Baked Eggs Florentine

I’ve got a yummy breakfast recipe for you today, folks!  It would also be a wonderful lunch, or heck, why not dinner, too! Tune in tomorrow for the our first GIVEAWAY of 2012, our January Gymboss Giveaway!  (Sorry to those who came on Monday looking for it.  My Auto-poster didn’t run my post on it…

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Picnic Week: Broccoli Cauliflower Salad

Picnic Week: Broccoli Cauliflower Salad

I’m closing out Picnic Recipe Week with a yummy favorite, sure to please the kids.  I’ve cleaned up the classic broccoli-cauliflower-ranch salad to make it Advanced Plan.  Don’t be intimidated at making your own ranch dressing!!  You’ll see my recipe below is simple and easy to put together.  (See more easy salad dressing options here.)…

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Picnic Week: Fresh Carrot Dill Slaw

Picnic Week: Fresh Carrot Dill Slaw

Picnic Week continues with a fresh Core Plan coleslaw – Carrot Dill Slaw. Fresh Carrot Dill Slaw Makes 5 Servings 2 Tbsp fresh lemon juice 2 tsp fresh lemon zest 3 Tbsp olive oil 1 clove garlic, minced Sea salt, to taste Fresh ground pepper, to taste 2 cups organic carrot, grated 3 Tbsp fresh…

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Picnic Week: Spicy Turkey Bean Salad

Picnic Week continues…  This salad is pretty darn yummy!  In my testing stages, I’ve also tried with chicken instead of turkey which was still really good, but tastes the best with roasted turkey!  Also replaced the olives with diced zucchini and that was good as well, for a different taste. Spicy Turkey Bean SaladMakes 8…

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