I really do make a lot of classic meals like spaghetti, although I’ve learned to pump them full of veggies. I know there are many necessary food groups, but the main one that the majority of Americans don’t eat enough of is vegetables. The only one I like to snack on is carrots, so I try to do that regularly, but I’m not much of a salad person and I always go for the sweets at breakfast, so supper is where I can load up. Plus I always make enough for leftovers, so I get another dose at lunch most days. Continue reading “Healthy Spaghetti Sauce”
I got these little beauties from a health magazine years ago, and I’ve loved them ever since. I was recently cleaning out my recipe book and saw them. I knew they’d be perfect for a summer meals, since they’re easy and light.
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I was never able to successfully make pita bread until today. I found a good recipe, followed it closely, and did a little dance when they puffed up in the oven!
I hope you’ve been following along with the meals I’ve been making this month, it’s been fun and challenging to do every night! I have realized how often I go without meat, too. Summer’s always a good time to make light meals and ditching meat is kind of natural when you up your veggie intake like we’ve been trying to do.
Continue reading “Homemade Pita Bread & Tzatziki”
I think I make this perfect pizza once a week or so. The crust has yet to fail me, so I thought I should share! Continue reading “Perfect Pizza”
Taco bowls are so delicious and easy! I generally cook with ideas inspired by different regions of the world. I love Greek and Italian food, but Mexican food is hard to beat. The ingredients are inexpensive and easy to work with, and the flavors always sound good. I’ve been making my own taco seasoning ever since I realized how simple it is (and how much more flavorful it ends up being!). These bowls are fun and less messy than burritos that tend to leak all over hands. Continue reading “Taco Bowls (with Homemade Seasoning!)”