i’ve sweet-talked my a-girl into making juice for us in the mornings, and i’ve noticed that when we start the morning with fresh juice or a hearty smoothie, it helps me make wiser choices all day. this is my favorite combination so far, and with the chia seeds added from salba chia, it even has the added nutritional boost plus the crunch i love. try this raw juice with chia seed recipe and tell me what you think!
i just recommended this recipe for a paleo breakfast recipe to a friend, and when i went to share it, i realized it was on the old blog. in the interest of keeping things current, i decided to share my grain-free dutch babies again here! (hmmm… time to make this again this week!)
because they’re made in one big baking dish, there’s no standing over a skillet, flipping one-by-one. and the way they rise into big, puffy and light mounds, easy to cut and serve, is kind of magical! (we like to keep the oven light on so the kiddos can watch.)
these grain-free dutch babies are by nature gluten-free, and they are much simpler to make than they look when they’re served. so they’re perfect for when your beloved parents-in-law are visting, and you want to spoil them without slaving over the stove the whole visit.
when Reynolds Wrap sent over a sample of their foil along with recipe suggestions for this masala chicken and vegetables, i looked forward to trying the masala flavors, along with the foil cooking. until we replace our grill (and the original recipe did call for grilling; we improvised and were happy with the results), new and creative meat ideas are much appreciated.
the sweet, spicy, and slightly smoky flavor of the masala and garlic, accented by the lemony, tangy yogurt, is a perfect combination. and my, the meat is juicy…
to complement the warm dish, i made a moroccan tomato salad. definitely click over and give this dish a chance – you will not be disappointed, i promise.
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do you ever cook with foil packets? i’m amazed with how fast the clean-up was, and how juicy the meat. share a cool recipe below for me to try!
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