Citrus Southwestern Salad Dressing

The other day I was trying to put together a salad dressing that my husband would LOVE. He definitely loves creamy dressing, versus a vinaigrette, so I knew I needed something that would pair perfectly with crunchy Romain lettuce. He also loves things with a some spice/kick, which this dressing has! Citrus Southwestern Salad Dressing Ingredients 1 cup mayo 1 cup buttermilk Few dashes of hot sauce 1/2 bunch cilantro 2 scallions, chopped Zest of 1 orange 2 garlic cloves […]

Simple Crepes

My husband has never loved pancakes because they can be so thick and cake like, so I started making crepes a while back to fit his taste buds! They are thin, light, but still so filling! And when a batter comes together all in one blender, you will not see me complaining! Easy peasy! Simple Crepe Recipe Ingredients 1 cup milk 1 tb. vanilla 3 eggs 1 c. flour 2 TB. melted butter 1 tsp. sugar Instructions Add all the […]

Chickpea Guacamole

Every time I go to the grocery store I buy chickpeas because they are one of my favorite beans to cook with. I love to roast them, serve them in soups, add them to tacos, salads, and now…guacamole! I used my favorite healthy crackers and made a lunch of out it! Super filling and full of all the right nutrients that this busy mama needed!   Chickpea Guacamole Recipe Ingredients 2 avocados 1 can chickpeas, drained and rinsed Cooking spray […]

Blended Chia Seed Pudding

Convenience, satiety and flavor are often tough to find when you’re rushing around for breakfast in the morning. That is why I will never give up on trying to create all the make-ahead breakfasts. Chia seeds are known for their high fiber properties which is something often overlooked when considering high nutrient foods. However, some people do feel bloating when eating chia seeds. When mixed with water, chia seeds expand. So, eating chia seed pudding can make us feel the […]

Carrot Potato Soup

Nothing is more comforting to me on a chilly day than a warm cup of creamy soup and a crusty piece of bread. This simple, healthy soup is made with carrots, potato, onion, garlic, some seasonings and chicken broth. Once cooked, the soup is puréed in the Magic Bullet blender to create a creamy texture. I like to top this soup with a dollop of sour cream to finish it off just before serving. Carrot Potato Soup Ingredients 1 onion, […]

Creamy Peanut Sauce

I’m kicking myself for not making this peanut sauce more often. It’s super simple to make and it’s incredibly delicious! I love to pair this with cooked chicken and veggies. Keep this on hand to jazz up on any dinner! Creamy Peanut Sauce Ingredients 1/2 cup peanut butter Juice of 1 lime 2 tb. soy sauce 1/3-1/2 cup coconut milk, canned 1 tb. brown sugar 2 cloves garlic Instructions Add all the ingredients into the Magic Bullet Blender and blend […]

Beet Hummus

If you like hummus, you are going to love this beet hummus recipe. Beets are a great source of vitamin C and many vitamins and minerals, making them a healthy addition to your basic hummus recipe. Surprisingly, the garlic and tahini overpower the beet flavor, so you don’t taste them much if you are worried about a strong beet flavor in this hummus recipe. Serve this beet hummus dip with crackers or vegetables for a snack or appetizer. The beets […]

Old Bread Dumplings

We have all heard of using stale bread for croutons, but here is another recipe that uses stale bread as the main ingredient! These dumplings are great in soup, but also can be eaten alone. Stale bread is ground down to crumbs using a Magic Bullet blender, and then mixed with egg, milk, flour, bacon, onion, and herbs to form dumplings. They are then boiled in broth until cooked.     Old Bread Dumplings Ingredients 2 cups stale bread, broken […]

Grain-Free Red Velvet Muffins

February. Valentines Day. Red. Red velvet. The most decadent, sweet and rich dessert anyone could lay their tastebuds on. Add some cream cheese frosting and you’ve got yourself wanting more. But, knowing me, I have to come up with a nutritious delicious alternative to enjoy while feeling like I’m treating myself. Almond flour is my go-to when baking because it’s full of protein and healthy fats, so it fills you up and keeps you satisfied rather than a sugary, carb-filled […]

Easy Taco Dip

Whenever we have people over at our house, the munchies are flowing. We like to offer a few different dips and appetizers for people to choose from. One dip we always make is this easy taco dip. It is made with sour cream, cream cheese and taco seasoning mix. Get creative with the toppings for this dip: cheese, tomatoes, olives and jalapeños are just a few ideas. This dip is best served with tortilla chips. Easy Taco Dip Ingredients 4 […]