Pasta with Bacon and Brussels Sprouts #15MinuteSuppers

There are some foods that I eat quite a bit of, whether I should or not.  I love cheese and could eat my weight in fresh berries.  Since going gluten free recently I have had to cut out bread which has always been a huge weakness for me.  Bacon and Brussels sprouts have never been high on my list of things to eat a lot of.  While I love bacon, I know it isn't really good for me and no one in my house likes Brussels sprouts except me.  However, when I saw a recipe being put together on The Chew for  Angel Hair with … [Read more...]

Pan Fried Tilapia Recipe with Basil and Feta #15MinuteSuppers

I am a huge fan of seafood and not only is it good for you but most of it can be made start to finish in a short amount of time.  In fact, I sometimes overcook my fish because it cooked so much quicker than I expected!  One of my favorite fish varieties to purchase is Tilapia.  It is a mild white fish that is not too expensive and is on the 'sustainable species' list at my local Whole Foods.  I try hard to make sure that the seafood I buy is not endangered and is caught using sustainable methods.  If you want some pointers for buying this kind … [Read more...]

Easy Dinner Recipe: Italian Couscous with Sausage #15MinuteSuppers

Disclaimer:  This post contains affiliate links which means if you click on a link and make a purchase I will receive a few pennies to put into my kid's college fund! Evenings in my house are pretty hectic most nights.  I'm sure you know the routine as well as I do.  Kids get home from school and you need to figure out how to cram in homework, a tennis lesson, dinner, showers and possibly a few minutes of relaxation before you hit your pillow.  It may be tempting to take a turn through the drive thru to feed your kids but you don't need to … [Read more...]

Easy Dinner Recipe: Homemade Sloppy Joes

I am not a huge fan of buying things premade.  I much prefer to start my meals from actual food ingredients...meat, veggies, spices.  That, to me, is real food.  Of course, real food isn't always as quick as processed food but just because it is made from scratch doesn't mean it has to be hard or time consuming.  Yes, you will need to do more than just open a can but you will not need to spend all day in the kitchen, either.  This homemade Sloppy Joes recipe starts with a few basic ingredients but does not require that you be a skilled chef in … [Read more...]