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My FAVORITE Way To Grill Salmon

I promise if you are afraid to try salmon because it’s “fishy” try this recipe. You will love it.​1️⃣ Preheat your grill as high as it will get (500 degrees is the best!) I use my Camp Chef pellet grill.​2️⃣ Pour “Yeri yeri teriyaki” brand sauce and Sriracha on your filets​3️⃣ Cook 6-7 minutes then flip (season both sides) and cook 6-7 minutes more on the other side.4️⃣ enjoy! Serve with a veggie…Read More

Blueberry Pie Protein Shake Recipe

Directions In a blender combine all ingredients, blend till mixed well and enjoy! Ingredients 1 scoop B2B vanilla protein powder ½ cup frozen blueberries ½ cup cottage cheese 2/3 cup unsweetened almond milk 1/3 cup water Ice to desired thickness Nutritional Information 1 Serving 282 calories 4 grams fat 17 grams carbs 39 grams protein 8 grams sugar

Smoked Salmon Avocado Toast

This open faced sandwich combines avocado, smoked salmon, and an egg. Directions Fry your egg on a pan until it’s well cooked through. Toast your slice of Ezekiel bread and then mash the ½ avocado on the toast. Then add your egg on top of that and then layer the salmon on top! Enjoy! Ingredients 2 oz. smoked salmon ½ avocado 1 fried egg 1 slice toasted Ezekiel bread Nutritional…Read More

Roasted Brussels Sprouts

As a kid growing up I hated Brussels sprouts. My mom would steam them and they always reminded me of soggy little cabbages. As I’ve gotten older my taste buds have changed a bit, but I’ve also learned to cook them so that they taste so much better – they are one of my favorite veggies now, and even my kids will eat a few. I use about one lb…Read More

Steak Kabob Recipe

Directions: The night before mix the marinade ingredients in a medium sized bowl. Cut meat into chunks and place inside a gallon sized ziploc bag. Pour marinade on top and cover evenly. Place in fridge and marinade for 24 hours. *You will still have good flavor with at least 4 hours of marinating, but the longer the better. You can even let them marinade up to 48 hours.* To prepare…Read More