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Chicken Dinner with Sweet Potato

Not sure what to cook for dinner tonight? Try this EASY recipe that I have been making a lot lately! It is delicious, healthy, and perfect for a quick meal that the entire family will love! Ingredients: -3 chicken breasts, trimmed and cut into slices -2 Tbsp extra virgin olive oil -1/4 cups lemon juice -4 garlic cloves, chopped -1 onion, chopped -1 container of sliced mushrooms -1 can of…Read More

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Natalie’s Notes: Daily Water Intake

Drinking enough water throughout the day can be a challenge, but it is so important! Even I struggle with drinking enough water on a daily basis but there are so many different ways to make it easier! I found this idea and thought it was such a great idea! I find that if I tote around a large water bottle I have an easier time getting my water in. When…Read More

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Natalie’s Notes: Xanthan Gum

A few days ago I decided to buy Bob’s Red Mill Xanthan gum – best decision ever! I have seen it in many recipes before but it is pricey (about $11-12 for .5 lb) so I never bought it. I kept seeing it in recipes this week so I decided to just go ahead and purchase it at my local grocery store, Wegmans (I have seen it at WalMart too). It seriously thickens up…Read More

Sweet Potato and Zucchini Mini Frittata

If you don’t like zucchini you should still try this recipe! You can’t taste the zucchini but it adds a lot of volume to these. Here is a picture of them before I put them in the oven. I have a picture after they are cooked, but I think steam got in my camera or something because the picture is all blurry. I love making mini frittatas! I feel so…Read More

Base Protein Bar Recipe – Add Your Own Flavors!!

Here is my base protein bar recipe (adapted from Jamie Eason’s Cinnamon Swirl Recipe). Once you have this part down all you need to do is add your own extracts to create your own flavor of bars! I usually do two to three teaspoons of extract per batch. One Very Important Tip: The homemade protein bars have no preservatives in them. So, if you make them you MUST keep them…Read More