Today’s post is sponsored by my friends at Vons and Cal-Organic Farms.
I have three requirements for breakfast recipes. They must be quick, easy and delicious! This frittata recipe fits all of those requirements!
Mornings are a hectic time, so I try to make eating in the AM as simple as possible. This vegetable frittata recipe requires less than 15 minutes of hands on time and finishes baking in the oven in just 15 minutes, for a total recipe time of under 30 minutes!
I was inspired to make this vegetable frittata after visiting the Cal-Organic farms in central California with my friends at Vons. Vons is a Southern California grocery store that loves to support So Cal brands.
Cal-Organic Farms grow over 42,000 acres of organic crops, which include over 65 varieties of crops. These crops include kale, fennel, carrots, lettuce and so much more!
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!
Easy oven baked chicken is smothered in buffalo sauce and bbq sauce for a delicious dinner that takes almost no effort at all to make!
One of my families favorite easy dinners growing up was BBQ baked chicken and baked potatoes. It was so easy to pour bbq sauce over chicken and toss it in the oven with a few potatoes to make a dinner for the entire family in about 5 minutes.
Of course I added buffalo sauce to this easy family favorite, because that’s what I do!
The ultimate low carb nachos are made by loading mini peppers with all of your favorite nacho toppings, like cheese and veggies, for a healthy, gluten free & low calorie recipe, perfect for parties, game day and Super Bowl Sunday!
What’s not to love about nachos?! They’re easy to make, loaded with delicious toppings, totally acceptable to eat for dinner (in my book!), but also the perfect appetizer to share with friends at a party or sporting event!
Low carb, gluten free and delicious, this Greek Turkey Stuffed Zucchini recipe has it all! It’s healthy, scrumptious and easy to make in just 29 minutes!
Zucchini noodles used to be my favorite way to add zucchini to a meal. Now easy stuffed zucchini boats are coming in hot, tied for the top spot! My obsession started with these Buffalo Chicken Zucchini Boats and now to these Greek Turkey Zucchini Boats.
But don’t you worry, if you love zoodles, I still have plenty of those recipes too! These Bruschetta Grilled Chicken Zoodle Bowls have gone viral! The recipe video has been viewed over 6 MILLION times on Facebook!
For this zucchini recipe, I stuffed Greek flavored ground turkey into hollowed zucchini halves. The turkey is cooked with onions, garlic, oregano and sun dried tomatoes for a delicious Mediterranean flavor!
I like to top the zucchini with crumbled feta cheese. Because after all, my life motto is “more cheese, yes please!” If you’d like to keep the recipe dairy free, paleo and Whole30 approved, you can leave off the cheese.
Your party guests will never guess that this charcuterie board is low calorie! Bursting with colors and flavors, learn how to make a charcuterie board that is easy to create, with a gorgeous display, that’s also healthy and gluten free!
Charcuterie boards, oh how I love thee! You’re gorgeous, easy to make and filled with a few of my favorite things, meats, cheeses, fruits, veggies and dips!
While I usually create charcuterie boards for parties or as an appetizer for dinner with friends, I’m definitely not above making a charcuterie board for two and eating it for dinner with Kurt!