Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus

Looking for a simple side dish? Look no further!
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Grilled Garlic Scapes

One of my favorite summer veggies would have to be garlic scapes. Available only for about a week (sometimes two) at farmers’ markets these little green beauties are the top of the garlic plant. If left untrimmed they bloom into a flower, and will ruin the garlic clove below.

 

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Polder’s Old World Market Giveaway!!

 

The bloggers from Blogger Recipe Challenge were so excited to work with Polder’s Old World Market this month! You can check out my recipe and review HERE.

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Now for the fun part!? We got to give away some goodies! Enter below and good luck!

 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Stuffed Zucchini *Sponsored by Polder’s Old World*

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Delicious dinner that is good for you? Look no further!

I was lucky enough to try out my new Spurdle from Polder’s Old World Market which I have now fallen in love with. I can tell you, that little guy is going to be my new favorite go to tool.

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Spaghetti Squash with a Basil Tomato Sauce

My newest obsession is spaghetti squash! Have you had it? Spaghetti squash is super filling, packed with nutrition and a fantastic substitute for pasta any night!

Try this, and you too will join the spaghetti squash lover’s club!

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Lowfat Spinach Dip

This dip is so simple, yet so tasty. Not only that, but it punches a mean amount of nutrition as it is made from simple, whole food ingredients!

 

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Better than Bisquick

I have to admit I am often tempted by shortcuts like boxes of Bisquick. The most frustrating part of this is that often messing around with a boxed shortcut like this leads to me eating things I normally wouldn’t.

I found this great recipe for a Bisquick like mix, and used it tonight!

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Taco Seasoning

Ever looked at the ingredients on a packet of taco seasoning?

“corn starch, yellow corn flour. Partially hydrogenated soybean oil, silicon dioxide (anticaking agent), sunflower and/or cottonseed oil, natural flavor, ethoxyquin (preservative).”  Seriously? Why are these things in my seasoning!?

 

With this month’s Blogger Recipe Challenge we have all been trying our hand at cleaning eating. Here is how I make my tacos instead of using a packet full of random “stuff”.

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Turkey Sloppy Joes

On a chilly night there is nothing like a big messy plate of sloppy joes! Here is a simple way to make a clean version of these old-school favorites!

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Easy Oven Fries

One of my guilty pleasures is a big pile of potato. Doesn’t matter if they are fries, tots, or a pile of mashed potatoes!

With this month’s clean eating challenge I decided to make my own fries instead of opening a bag of frozen ones the other day, and boy were they worth the few extra steps!

 

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To make enough fries for 2-3 people you will need:

  • 2 Large Russet Potatoes (scrubbed VERY clean)
  • Vegetable Oil
  • Salt

Cut your potato into strips. Toss with the oil and salt. Put into the oven at 400 degrees for about 30 mins. The oven will steam, it’s nothing to worry about!

Enjoy your crispy fries without guilt!

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