In the kitchen finishing up recipes for my Thanksgiving Download! Link to my free download will be sent out TOMORROW.
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Sometimes I make meals that take lots of time, and sometimes I make meals within 10 minutes that consist of throwing broccoli and turkey sausage in a skillet and topping it with cheese. ⠀ ⠀
And let’s be honest, everything is better when topped with cheese.
Are you seeking fun and healthy lunch ideas for you and your kids? Check out @therealisticlunchbox for real drool-worthy inspiration. You might even find some #paradisegreen snacks inside a few of them. Like this box- with our coconut chocolate wafers!
In need of a nice fall salad for thanksgiving? I came across this delicious combo at @true_food_kitchen and thought, “what a great idea for the holiday season!!”
It was filled with shredded Brussels sprouts, roasted ribbon butternut squash, pomegranate, mulberries, feta cheese (which I took off to make it #vegan) and a horseradish vinaigrette 😋 I topped mine with some herbed tofu but I’m thinking about swapping the tofu for some toasted almonds next time to make a great side addition to our thanksgiving meal!
My favorite thing about eating seasonal ingredients is knowing the nutrient content is through the roof. Delicious and beneficial ~ love me some veggies!
Taste of Tuesday: kids in the kitchen! After a call from the school this morning I picked my 10 year old up early - puking in class is frowned upon. He rested his little tummy for hours and then decided he was hungry. I encouraged him to start with some bone broth and see how that settled. Soon after, he decided he was ready for more and I caught him putting together this little salad from @theforestfeast for kids cookbook. Although the only ingredients we had on hand were cucumbers, almonds and olive oil, he completely improvised on his own by swapping snow peas, goat cheese and strawberries for peppers, turnips and apples. Slicing, dicing and ribbon-ING away - independently and confidently.
Hopefully it all stays down - I think it might have been something he ate (quick, no fever). Regardless, letting your kids in the kitchen at a young age to do a little experimenting can certainly pay off sooner than you think!