If you're first starting out on the keto diet, this one is for you. There's a lot of richness in this skillet alfredo that will keep cravings at bay. Use asparagus in place of pasta and you'll never miss the carbs. Cheesy, creamy, alfredo goodness.
Every Christmas for the past decade or so, my family has made the same breakfast casserole for us to eat when we get done opening presents on Christmas morning. I've carried on the tradition since moving out, but I'm not sure Rob loves the breakfast casserole nearly as much as I do. This year will… Continue reading Chicken & Sun-Dried Tomato Frittata
Making pizza has never been easier. No dough here--just big portobello mushroom caps stuffed with sweet Italian sausage, peppers, sauce and mozzarella cheese.
Red pepper sauce is one of the easiest of all sauces to make, and it tastes so good baked with chicken breast & goat cheese.
Whip together a Chinese classic. It's better than takeout, cheaper, and probably quicker, too! Cashew chicken has all those great flavors mixed together: cashews, ginger, soy sauce, sesame oil, and more.
I've been up since about 2:45 this morning. What have I been doing in the 3ish hours I've been up? Freaking myself out by watching old episodes of Unsolved Mysteries. I remember watching this show as a kid with my mom and scaring myself to death. Once, there was an episode about a man spontaneously… Continue reading Chicken Bacon Ranch Stuffed Zucchini
When I was a kid, my mom would make two types of "fritters" (or as we would call them, "patties"): tuna and squash. I would also be so giddy when she made these special patties. I've shared with you the squash patty recipe before, but I honestly can't remember how my mom made the tuna… Continue reading Bacon & Spaghetti Squash Fritters