Slow Cooker Kale Turkey Soup is made with white beans and lean ground turkey. It’s a healthy, gluten free recipe that’s easy to make in a crock pot!
Crock pot soups are my jam! They’re so easy to toss together in the morning and such a delicious dinner to come home to!
Taco Soup is one of my childhood favorites, that I continue to make over and over again! And Kurt requests this French Onion Meatball Soup almost every week. But when it comes to a soup that’s light and flavorful, this Turkey Kale Soup is my go-to!
Lean ground turkey, fresh kale, diced onions and cannellini beans keep this soup light and healthy. While oregano, fennel seeds, garlic, salt and pepper add delicious flavor!
Serving this soup with a warm and crusty baguette for dipping is totally optional, but highly recommended!
Greek food is a type of Mediterranean cuisine and therefore focuses on fresh vegetables, olive oil, pasta and herbs. You’ll find lemon juice, oregano, onions and tomatoes in most greek dishes, including this Greek Turkey Soup!
A serving of this soup is only 461 calories and packs in 44 grams of protein! And one serving can easily be eaten as a meal.
This soup is delicious reheated. Toss it in the crockpot on Sunday or Monday, then eat it throughout the week for a healthy, delicious meal!
Sweet potatoes were my first vegetable noodle to make with a spiralizer. I made them and created this Italian casserole dish. The casserole features layers of sweet potato noodles, Italian seasoned ground turkey and fresh mozzarella cheese. It’s a winning combo of flavors. It’s healthy and easy to make!
Check out these 30 easy Whole30 recipes that will make it simple to create healthy Whole30 meals, that also taste delicious! Plus, use the handy Whole30 shopping guide to grab everything you need to make these tasty recipes at home!
I’m wrapping up “Whole30 March” today with a list of 30 Easy Whole30 Recipes + a convenient Whole30 shopping list that will make it simple to purchase ingredients for the Whole30 diet that you might not already have in your kitchen pantry.
Grilled Buffalo Turkey Meatballs, blue cheese dressing & buffalo sauce make the ultimate meatball sub, perfect for an easy weeknight dinner or game day!
This sub sandwich is the sandwich that every other sandwich wishes it was!
Whether it’s an easy weeknight dinner, Superbowl Sunday or an outdoor BBQ, your friends and family are going to love these scrumptious grilled turkey meatballs covered in blue cheese and buffalo sauciness!
In just one pot and under 45 minutes, make a delicious Greek Pasta recipe filled with sun dried tomatoes, ground turkey, capers and feta cheese!
I’m so excited to wrap up a great week by sharing this delicious One Pot Greek Pasta Recipe today!
This week has been super busy, but also super fun! I flew up to Sacramento on Monday to make an appearance on Good Day Sacramento and share some of my favorite Summer Cooking Hacks. I flew home just in time to meet my Mom at the airport in San Diego. She flew in from Oklahoma to visit me for the week.
Speaking of one pot recipes, this One Pot Greek Pasta recipe is one for the books! It’s SO flavorful and easy to make! I ate it for back-to-back-to-back meals last week and was so bummed when it was all gone!
These PF Chang’s copycat turkey lettuce wraps, made in only 15 minutes, are prepared with lean ground turkey, making them a healthy & gluten free option!
If you’ve ever been to a PF Chang’s, there’s a 99.9% chance, you’ve had their famous lettuce wraps!
While I don’t frequent many chain restaurants, (I’m lucky to have so many amazing local options in San Diego!) I do have to say that I don’t mind a little PF Chang’s every once in a while, some Chicken Lettuce Wraps, followed by Sweet & Sour Chicken, delish! But, I also love being able to make these recipes at home for a little less money and a lot less calories!
Roasted red peppers add a delicious flavor to this healthy Turkey Bolognese recipe, serve over spaghetti or with zucchini noodles for a gluten free meal.
With a new year, comes new years resolutions to eat healthier.
For me, one of the best ingredients to keep in the fridge to stay healthy is extra lean ground turkey breast. It’s loaded with protein and low in fat and calories, making it a great choice for substituting ground beef in recipes like tacos, meatballs,chili and bolognese!
This turkey bolognese has only 262 calories and 5 grams fat per serving, while it boasts 31 grams of protein per serving. (This recipe makes 4 servings!)
The sauce can be served with traditional pasta, or switch it up and serve the sauce over roasted spaghetti squash or sautéed zucchini noodles to keep it low carb and gluten free!
The Best Greek Turkey Taco Recipe combines Greek spiced ground turkey with an easy cucumber tomato salsa and feta cheese in warm pita bread for a delicious, quick and healthy dinner, made in just 29 minutes!
When it comes to tacos, I’ve yet to meet one that I don’t like!
Shepherds pie is given a healthy, gluten free, fall twist, topped with a combination of sweet potatoes & pumpkin, filled with lean ground turkey & veggies.
You know when you’re about to leave on vacation and you pretty much have no ambition to do anything except for leave on vacation?
Me. Right now.
I’m heading to Arizona tonight for a mini-vaca to celebrate a friends birthday and Halloween. I love my weekends in AZ because I get to see great friends, relax and most importantly, eat Jimmy & Joes Pizza.
If you live in the Phoenix area and haven’t been yet, run, don’t walk to JJP and get a serious slice. If you’re there this weekend you’ll probably see me. I’ll be the little girl, hiding in the corner surrounded by pizza and boneless wings!
Cream cheese & blue cheese are spread on a tortilla, then topped with ground turkey mixed with buffalo sauce in this easy grilled turkey flatbread recipe!
We all know that there is nothing I love more than adding buffalo sauce to virtually anything and everything. But then when you add cheese and meat and put it on a tortilla, then grill it, well I’m basically in heaven!