I love sweet potatoes. They are nutritionally equivalent to white potatoes but they add a lot more flavor which means you need less quantity to get better quality in terms of flavor. If you want to add protein and make it a meal, throw in some chicken breast to make it more substantial. Regardless, this recipe is a good low calorie healthy one with a bit of spice thrown in to help you keep warm in the cold winter months. I got this one from http://deliciouslyella.com. Enjoy!
This is a super easy, crazy yummy, and very healthy recipe that utilizes the slow cooker which is far from a crock (see what I did there). Continue reading
Being the father of four kids (one of them an extremely picky eater) I know how hard it is to find foods that everyone will eat. I can say that I know from experience but my knowledge is second hand as its my wife that bears the brunt of this challenge so gracefully. If you throw on top of this the challenge of finding healthy options for your kids to help them develop and prevent you from feeling always guilty, you’re in for it. Continue reading
I’m not sure if this is a bad thing, but my palate has never fully grown up. I learned this a few weeks ago at a wedding when I found myself jealous of the chicken nuggets and french fries my kids were eating. It’s not that my fancy chicken with a fancy sauce was not tasty. It’s not that the salad wasn’t yummy, it’s just that I didn’t recognize some of the vegetables in it. At least I think they were vegetables. I think there was a twig of some kind. Continue reading
I would do this one without the cheese which would help the calorie and fat numbers. Continue reading
Calories per Serving – 473; Carbs – 51g; Fat – 18g
248 calories per serving