Get ready for some delicious ribs for Memorial Day Weekend. And I apologize in advance for the bad image, this was taken a while back. I think we ate the ribs so fast we forgot to take more pics. Lol. But whatever with the picture, I promise you will die over these ribs, plus once… Continue reading Delicious Gluten Free Asian Baby Back Ribs
We are Irish on both sides of our family so we love a good Irish dinner. But of course, we have our food challenges, both for me and my sweet, part-Irish Pop. Because Pop doesn't eat red meat I searched the internet a few years ago to come up with an alternative dish and found… Continue reading Irish Chicken for St. Patrick’s Day (Low FODMAP, Gluten Free)
So you all know I've been experimenting with different diets to deal with some tummy troubles and other issues. I remember coming across a low FODMAP diet years back and I thought "heck no, I can't follow that plan". Alas, I'm giving it a shot at least for a couple of weeks to see if… Continue reading Can you eat out while following a Low FODMAP Diet?
Y'all. I love to cook, and I especially love to go out to restaurants and eat, BUT we usually skip Valentine's Day out because most restaurants serve a pre-fix menu filled with dishes we can't even enjoy (and don't get me started on the desserts). Plus, V-Day is so dang expensive, I'd rather spend money… Continue reading Simple, Tasty AF Valentine’s Day Tuscan Chicken
Sounds a bit strange but super tasty. Ground beef cooked through. Add diced bell pepper and red onion. Add mushrooms and green beans and saute all together. Add coco aminos, 1-2 tablespoons, and eat as is, or serve over a little bit of white rice.
They key to eating pasta, without eating too much pasta, is layering with veggies. Bottom of the bowl is spinach, then add HALF the pasta you would normally eat, then ground turkey meat sauce and top it with steamed broccoli. TIP cook your veggies in the microwave for less clean up. I cooked this spinach… Continue reading Pasta without the guilt
Heading to a holiday party or just having a few friends over for some fun? Add this easy and delicious grilled shrimp recipe to your menu. It takes only a few minutes, but the flavor is deliciousness. This appetizer can easily be made into the main dish by adding steamed rice and veggies or serving… Continue reading Easy & Delicious AF Grilled Shrimp Recipe (DGS Free)
My parents celebrated their 54th wedding anniversary this past week and when I asked my mom what she wanted me to make for our family dinner she said roasted chicken and veggies. Easy enough. Done. Easy & Delicious One Pan Roasted Chicken with Veggies 8 Medium White Potatoes Cubed 8 Medium Red Potatoes Cubed 1/2… Continue reading Easy & Delicious AF One Pan Roasted Chicken with Veggies (DGS Free)
Brown one pound of ground turkey or chicken breast. Boil water and add 1 cup of pasta for everyone else in your family. Once meat is cooked through remove from sauce pan and put aside. Pour one can of diced tomatoes into saucepan and add 1/2 cup marinara. Heat over low. Zoodle your zucchini 😊. Once… Continue reading Easy, Tasty AF Zoodles and Turkey Marinara
Preheat oven to 375. Spread about 1/2 cup of either green or red enchilada sauce across the bottom of a 13x9 baking pan. Cut 12 corn tortillas into fourths. Dip 16 tortilla pieces into sauce and place in one layer on bottom of pan. Add 1/2 if shredded chicken breast (I used about 4 cups… Continue reading Easy, Tasty AF Chicken Enchilada Casserole Gluten Free Dairy Free