I love salad. Not garden salad but creative salads. Different seasonal vegetables, nuts, cheese, whatever floats your boat but annnything different from lettuce, tomatoes, and cucumbers ahah.
I came up with this quick the other day when we needed a quick meal that also gave leftovers for the next day!
Chicken breasts (depending on how many people you’re cooking for)
Cranberries (dried or not)
Multigrain rustic baguette
Preheat the oven to 375 and put chicken breasts in parchment paper and season with your favourite seasoning. I used a simple garlic powder, salt, pepper, and rosemary.
Individually make salads. Combine spinach, green onion, cranberries, sunflower seeds, blue cheese crumbled.
Drizzle with EVOO and balsamic glaze
Serve with chicken and toasted multigrain bread
I don’t know if I’m stereotypical or just a total product of my environment but I LOVE MAPLE SYRUP. In the spring there’s the Maple Syrup Festival and in the fall there is the chilly weather which calls for maple syrup in our lattes and on our breakfast. To make it just a little healthy, I made it dairy-free; you can’t even tell the difference. Try it and I promise, you’ll enjoy it.
1/3 cup of coffee
1/2 cup of almond milk, or regular
1 tbsp of maple syrup
Put your milk a pot and heat, stop before it is boil. Use a hand blender and blend the milk until it froths.
While you do this, make your coffee.
Put your coffee in a mug, add in your maple syrup, and top with your milk. Allowing the froth to be the last thing that goes in your mug.
You can add in some cinnamon or nutmeg as well if you’d like!
Check it out ladies and gents!
Under the How To section of my website:
How To Cut Onions… Without Crying About it!
School starts next week already and that means back to routine, hustle and bustle, and finding easy ways to feed your kids during lunch and snack times!
I have come up with some easy snack ideas for school and after school!
Check out the “How To” section of my website to find 14 recipes and ideas!
Check out the ‘How To’ section of my website for “How to Involve Your Children in the Kitchen”. Great ways to make cooking fun for your kids, help them with self-esteem and learning, as well as allow yourself to teach them around the kitchen! The first step to continuing homemade cooking in your family starts here!