Whether you are throwing a party or attending one to celebrate the New Year, it's always good to start off the year with a few delicious appetizers, like these incredibly easy Hasselback Baby Potatoes.
During this years' Christmas party, I made a batch Hasselback Potatoes for the first time using baby sized spuds. I barely had time after they came out of the oven to sneak a pic or 2 because they were gobbled up, right away. Needless to say, I just had to make them again then again until finally, no one was around to eat them (except me and I may or may not have eaten 1 right out of the pan).
I tell you this because these little munchies made everyone happy! Hubby, kiddos, guests...really everyone. Because I only share the "hits" not "misses", I was determined to get this recipe with you before New Years Eve. Then I realized...tomorrow is NYE!!! WOW. SO in order to get this out in a timely manner, this is going to be short and sweet. Sorry.... no long stories, no wordy explanations, just pictures and this Hasselback Baby Potato recipe. You have parties to get to anyways, right?
Carob, coconut oil, stevia & vanilla are the only ingredients you need to make this healthy, homemade chocolate. Paleo, vegan, gluten-free & allergy safe ...
As I was making my menu for the week, I realized just how crazy busy my week actually was. There is not even 1 night free, which isn’t unusual anymore. Instead of freaking out, I remembered that I prayed for all of this. The healthy kids, a wonderful husband, a job, a church we love, friends, etc. Each of those bring much happiness, and much busyness. There are athletic practices, music practices, church group, fundraiser dinners, church and even a Bieber concert thrown in there this week.
Instead of feeling defeated before the week has really begun, I go back to my menu and start trying to figure it out. I need to make dinners that are delicious, healthy, plant-based & easy. Keyword here, EASY!
I know I’m not the only one with busy nights, in fact, many of my friends and those I coach are constantly telling me how they eat out most nights and just can’t find the time to make a good “home-cooked” meal. But trust me, but with a little planning, you can make a good-for-you meal just as quickly as it’d take you to drive somewhere and grabbing something to go. And just in case you need a little extra help, here's my downloadable Weekly Menu Planner to make dinners a little easier for you.
As for a recipe, well I have that too! Whether you have had Thai food or not, this Thai Green Curry with Cauliflower will take you on a little culinary adventure and is a perfect start to your meal planning. This is a wonderfully, rich & creamy dish, with just enough heat to make you smile. Best of all, it's so, so easy to make and takes less than 30 minutes!
If you grew up with a Chia Pet, then you've already tried sprouting, but this step by step guide will help you learn how to soak & sprout most seeds, grains & legumes. ...