Gluten Free

Easy Chicken Chili with Roasted Corn

This easy chicken chili recipe is packed with healthy and nutritious ingredients Made without tomatoes, this dish is full of Mexican flavors. Perfect for a weeknight meal and it can be made ahead of time. (Editor’s Note: In case you missed it, head back to the previous post to read up on two-for-one recipes. This is the second installment for how to take one main ingredient and turn it into two meals with Lauren Daniel) I have been going back and forth on whether to call this a soup or a chili. I honestly think it’s a chili but feel …

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Two-for-One Recipes || Peach Rosemary BBQ Pulled Chicken

The most requested recipes I (Lauren) get are easy meals, so this month I’ve got a series that will offer you the chance to take one cooked ingredient and turn it into 2 meals or maybe for you it’s a meal and then the other recipe is lunch for the week. Either way these will save you time, energy, and effort! This week we’ll take one whole chicken, stick it in a crockpot and use half to make Peach Rosemary BBQ Pulled Chicken and the other half to make a Roasted Corn Chicken Chili. I like to call this recipe pairing easing into …

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Kids Lunch Ideas for Back to School || Part 3: Caribbean Vibes

Labor Day might be behind us, but our last leg in the School Lunch series is taking us somewhere seriously fun. This time I (Lauren Daniel) am taking some of my favorite flavors and making them a bit more kid friendly. This flavorful lunch has serious caribbean vibes and will (hopefully!) keep your little ones interested: Roasted plantains Baked sweet potato fries Mango chunks Unsweetened coconut chips Black bean brownie To start, I’ll touch on plantains and why these are perfect addition to lunch. Whether you go with the crunchy chip …

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Kids Lunch Ideas for Back to School || Part 2: Sneaky Veggies

(In case you missed it, we’re talking easy lunches for the kiddos, check out part 1 “breakfast for lunch”.) If you have a picky eater, I (Lauren) know getting them to eat their vegetables can be tough. I was a nanny for 7 years and this was always a challenge–not just vegetables, eating in general can just be a full on production, so I’ve always tried to make it fun and interesting but still healthy. This week I’m going to share some of my favorite tricks for getting little ones to eat those veggies, I call this week’s menu …

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