Category Archive: Vegetables

Enchilada Casserole & Roasted Poblano Cream with Tortilla Land Corn Tortillas

Mushroom Kale Spinach Enchilada Casserole

If you love Mexican food you are going to enjoy today’s post! I recently received some free Tortilla Land Gluten Free uncooked corn tortillas and was asked to post a review of them. I already knew they would be good as I have enjoyed their uncooked flour tortillas in the past. My daughter and son …

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Maple Glazed Brussels Sprouts Recipe & Unprocessed Cookbook Giveaway!

Maple Glazed Brussels Sprouts

I am super excited to share this lip smackin’ good Brussels Sprouts recipe with you! The lovely little green spheres are delicious on their own but this recipe takes them over the top. It contains so many of my favorite flavor profiles like mild shallots, comforting real maple syrup, savory and salty low sodium tamari …

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Better Veggie Burgers From “Eat For Health”

Veggie Better Burgers

I’ve been experimenting with new recipes and as a result we have been enjoying some amazing meals! These veggie burgers should easily fit into a number of food plans, they are full of flavor and so filling. This recipe makes 16 burgers so you can freeze some ahead. They heat up easily in the microwave …

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Easy Roast Chicken with Lemon, Rosemary & Garlic /Spinach Mandarin Orange Salad

Lemon Garlic Rosemary Chicken

Growing up I loved Sunday dinners at our house, fried chicken, a good old fashioned pot roast, chicken and dumplings or chicken with mom’s homemade noodles. Scrumptious eats made with love by my mom – it just doesn’t get any better than that. Thank you for those great memories Mom! Friday night hubby Tom and I …

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Lemon – Sage Spaghetti Squash

Lemon Sage Spaghetti Squash

Last week while shopping at Trader Joe’s I bought several different types of squash. They had a huge bin of them and I kind of went squash crazy! One was a spaghetti squash – something I hadn’t purchased in a long time. My thoughts immediately went to this old recipe that I use to make years ago. Think …

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