Every time I post a meatball recipe I get such great feedback from so many of you. They always seem to rank right up there my most popular recipes. I guess it’s true that people really do love their meatballs.
I’ve tried to decide which I like the most and I just can’t seem to pick one. I always seem to change my mind each time I try the next one. My husband Eric loves anything spicy so he’s completely torn between the Buffalo Chicken Meatballs and the Asian Chicken Meatballs.
If you’re a fan of meatballs and haven’t tried these yet, I highly recommend trying them all. I’d love to hear from you which one you choose as your favorite.
It’s zucchini season! That time of year where vegetable gardens will be overflowing with zucchini and has you wondering what on earth you are going to with all of it. Well add Baked Zucchini Tots to your list!
Salad in jar… Why have I never made these before? They are so easy to make! I made a Chicken Caesar Kale Salad, but any type of your favorite salad would work. I have always kind of steered away from using kale in a salad. I always found it kind of bitter. But after I made this Kale, Strawberry and Avocado Salad, I learned that squeezing a lemon over the kale first and then massaging it with your hands turns the kale a bright green. This helps get rid of that bitter taste.
Yippee! Summer break has officially begun! Time for vacations, picnics, pool parties, relaxing, and of course grilling. To celebrate summer break I made these Grilled Pineapple Chicken Teriyaki Burgers that scream summer!
I recently had the pleasure of working with Simply Organic in creating recipes for their new line dressing mixes. They have great products and I really love how easy and flavorful this Italian Dressing tastes.
Hey there! I am keeping this post short and sweet as I get through this week of craziness! I started a new job, working on some side work, and packing to move this week… Phew! I am super excited and so thankful for all of these opportunities!
So onto these delicious mini muffins. I made these on Sunday as a quick grabby snack or breakfast for the week. They are grain free and very easy to make with minimal ingredients. Just make sure you store them in an air tight container or they will be hard as a rock. Have a great week all!
I started my new job this week! On top of running this food blog, my favorite job, I am also a registered CT technologist. I haven’t been working as a CT tech for a few months as we were getting settled in our move to Texas. So it was time to get back out there! I decided to work PRN, which is one of the perks in working in healthcare, so I still have time to work on my blog and spend time with the fam.
I have been craving sangria ever since the weather started warming up. Nothing like a large glass of refreshing sangria loaded with fresh fruit and mint on a gorgeous day!
At first I was going to add a citrus vodka to the drink, but as is turns out the new area we live in is a “damp” town. What the heck does that mean… Well, we learned you can only buy beer and wine in the town we live in. If we want liquor we have to travel to another town. Good thing the hubby and I only really drink beer and wine!
Now back to the sangria… Since the vodka idea didn’t work out I found some triple sec left over from the move so I used that instead. I had used triple sec in my Summer Strawberry Rosemary Sangria from last year so I figured it would work. And boy it did! Cheers!