Okay, I know before even typing this that many MANY of you will not be onboard with this. Seafood and Greek yogurt? EW. But, I gotta tell you… if you sometimes get a hankering for a creamy can’t-possibly-be-good-for-you mayo-based “salad” every once in a while, you should give this a try. (I feel like this, coupled with my last post on Buffalo Chicken Salad, demonstrates some weird recent obsession with these kinds of dishes and I guess I just can’t even deny that.) Continue reading
This is so super easy and I’m OBSESSED with it. It started with a Buffalo Chicken Bowl recipe I found here. I didn’t love the tomatoes after it sat a couple of days, so I picked them out… and then I wasn’t sure how to eat it, so I added some mayo and made it creamy and ate it with pita chips.*
That made me think about actually setting out to make chicken salad with a hot sauce kick, and I decided to experiment with a mix of light mayo and Greek yogurt to give it a little more protein and keep the calories in check. Continue reading
Chicken is definitely a staple of my life… a great, simple source of protein. It’s pretty easy to get bored with plain chicken, though, so I tend to look at it more as an ingredient than an actual food (if that makes any sense at all). I’ve found it easiest to cook a bunch of it, cube it, and keep it to mix in salads, supplement frozen meals and use for chicken salad. I’ve tried a bunch of different ways to cook it and feel like I’ve finally found a way that’s easy enough that I’ll actually do it and also DELICIOUS (I usually end up eating a whole serving while I’m cutting it up ;)). Continue reading
I was looking for a new chicken recipe and found this one in a blog post about slow cooker recipes.
We tried it at Cooking Club and it was VERY tasty… but a little bit of a stretch to get it done during the 6 hours we get together to cook. And if I’m going to get a slow cooker recipe ready ahead of time, it has to be SUPER easy. Back to the drawing board. Continue reading
I am NOT a morning person. I’m always running late, I’m usually cranky… and I’m hungry. I had a Costco order coming from Instacart so, on a whim, I added 3 dozen eggs (it *was* Costco ;)) and decided to figure out something to do with them for breakfast for the week.
I love a fritatta… and they’re relatively easy… but I was feeling too lazy even for that. Then i remembered a recipe I’d pinned from thekitchn.com for an oven omelet and decided to start there and just make it as easy as possible. Continue reading
This is one of the easiest and cheapest recipes ever. 3 ingredients… around $15 for 5 servings! Continue reading