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Cajun Shrimp and Cauliflower Rice Stir Fry {15 Minute Meal For One}

Cajun Shrimp and Cauliflower Rice Stir Fry {15 Minute Meal For One}

Quick lunch or dinner for one! Cajun Shrimp and Cauliflower Rice Stir Fry – low carb, high protein and full in flavor. Since February, I’ve been working hard at the gym to transform my body. Sounds extreme, I know, but really I’m just focused on building muscle and losing fat so honestly it’s not just […]

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Easy Pepper Steak from Add A Pinch Cookbook

Easy Pepper Steak from Add A Pinch Cookbook

Add this Easy Pepper Steak from Add A Pinch Cookbook to your weeknight dinner rotation. Filled with veggies and so quick to pull together in the slow cooker – my family loved it! Click here to Pin this Recipe! I am desperately trying to change up the easy weeknight dinner game these last few weeks. I’m […]

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Grain-Free Tabbouleh Salad (6 Ingredients!)

Grain-Free Tabbouleh Salad (6 Ingredients!)

Grain-Free Tabbouleh Salad (6 Ingredients!)

I make this salad at least once a week. How am I just now sharing the recipe?

It’s such a healthy, easy, and versatile dish that pairs perfectly with all things Mediterranean. Without further ado, my take on tabbouleh salad!

This recipe is so easy, requiring just 6 ingredients, 10 minutes, and 1 bowl to make.

The base is fresh, chopped parsley, red bell pepper, and red onion.

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Mediterranean Quinoa Stuffed Peppers

Mediterranean Quinoa Stuffed Peppers

This post was created in partnership with ALDI. All opinions are our own. “Are you considering becoming a creative person? Too late, you already are one. If you’re alive, you’re a creative person.” -Elizabeth Gilbert, Big Magic When I was in kindergarten, I entered a coloring contest. It was about eating healthy foods. Since it was the 1980s, the approach at the time was very food pyramid-centric. I drew a bunch of different “healthy” foods that I knew of in different categories: vegetables, dairy, meats, and so forth. My drawing ended up winning the kindergarten division, and it was displayed for all the school to see. The thing was, I was pretty uninspired with the whole thing. I drew it because it was an assignment. I did not feel creative about it in the least. The food pyramid seemed like a limiting set of rules set forth by the school and government. Cooking and eating healthy foods in my mind was B-O-R-I-N-G. To this day, I have the same feeling about programs that try to tell me how to eat healthy. Lists and check boxes don’t work for me. What does work? Creative freedom. I love eating beautiful, colorful, delicious food. […]

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