Baked Onion Rings

Onion rings is a delicious side to almost anything, but they can be greasy and heavy. My oven baked onion rings takes care of both of those issues because they are not fried, but give the same deliciousness. And best of all, you probably have all of the ingredients right in your pantry. With just … Continue reading Baked Onion Rings

Herb Veggie Cheese Sunny Side Up Egg

When you think herbs, veggies, cheese and eggs, you think omelette, right? Well, I'm not that big of a fan of omelettes, but I do love sunny side up eggs. The ooey gooeyness of a runny golden egg yolk makes me happy. So, this is a combo of the best of both worlds. This is … Continue reading Herb Veggie Cheese Sunny Side Up Egg

Egg Cloud

Here's a fun way to make your morning eggs. An Egg Cloud is fluffy, light and airy. Eggs are so flavorful that you can eat them plain, or you can add more flavor with cheese, veggies, or herbs. I made these plain, but feel free to personalize yours. Servings: 2     Prep Time: 5 … Continue reading Egg Cloud

Taco Spaghetti Pie

Spaghetti? Yes, you can have the occasional spaghetti dish using portion control. So if you're going to have spaghetti, you might want to spice it up a bit. This is my low fat Taco Spaghetti Pie. I make homemade pasta once a week, and I try to make a different pasta dish every time. I … Continue reading Taco Spaghetti Pie

Ground Turkey Rolled Pizza

I have to admit that I’m a food show junkie. I watch every food show from Food Network to Rachael Ray. I love to learn new recipes and techniques. I got this idea from watching a Rachael Ray episode. I love her show! She made a turkey rolled meatloaf, but I’m in the mood for … Continue reading Ground Turkey Rolled Pizza

Lollipop Chicken and Veggies

Watching what you eat is so daunting. There are so many rules, and your restricted on what you eat. Blah, blah, blah. You really have to be a responsible adult, and I hate adulting. You might be restricted on what you eat, but you’re not restricted on HOW you eat. Making a playful plate of … Continue reading Lollipop Chicken and Veggies

Curry Chicken and Rice

Curry. I love to eat it at restaurants, but (and keep this between us)I'm a little intimidated to make it. Between the unfamiliar ingredients and the unbelievable silky taste, I thought this was a bit beyond my cooking skills - but Hubby asked me to make it, so I tried. Turns out, it's not so scary, … Continue reading Curry Chicken and Rice

Rack of Lamb

Presenting Rack of Lamb is SO impressive, but secretly it's really easy. You can personalize your lamb with herbs and sauces. I'm not a fan of mint, but I love herbs. I used a ton of herbs from my garden, Dijon mustard, and extra virgin olive oil, to compliment the natural yummy taste of lamb. … Continue reading Rack of Lamb

Salmon Wellingtons

Salmon is one of my favorite foods to cook and eat. I try to stay away from fatty foods, but salmon is the good kind of fat, which is good news! Cooked right, salmon is juicy and flaky. I love to Wellington mine (if I can use that term as a verb) for two reasons. … Continue reading Salmon Wellingtons

Inside Out Chicken Parmesan Roll

My Mom is Italian, so I grew up on Chicken Parmesan. I had it a million times and it's still one of my favs - but let's make it a bit different just to shake things up a bit. My Inside Out Chicken Parmesan Roll is just as  ooey-gooey and tomato goodness as the original, but … Continue reading Inside Out Chicken Parmesan Roll