Posts Tagged ‘dairy free’

Breaded Lemon Thyme Haddock

We just got back from vacation on Saturday and have get to do groceries. Our home cooked meals have consisted of oatmeal so far. We were going to go out to do some groceries this afternoon but it slipped away from us. So let’s look at the freezer…. I wanted to make this Fish Fillets

Tex Mex Tomato Rice Soup

I LOVE this soup! I actually follow the recipe on this one because it is SO good. It’s hearty and packed with a good balance of spice, veggies and carbs. As a side weight loss tip, to promote digestion and fat-burning it is best to avoid mixing too much protein with carbs. Give your body

Vegetarian Chilli

I can’t count how many times I brewed a solid batch of vegetarian chilli when in college and living on my own now. It is near impossible to make it the same twice – especially if you don’t follow a recipe like me. Go on a good raid of your freezer, spice rack, vegetable drawer, and

Spicy Garlic and Lime Shrimp with Rice

Now if you like shrimp, you NEED to try this recipe!!! I used this recipe for the first time I ever made shrimp and it has been the only one that I have used ever since. Don’t be turned off with the fact that it says “spicy garlic” – the lime, garlic and spice really

Sweet Potato Shepard’s Pie

I find the more you cook, the better you can improvise. This is MY first recipe on this blog that didn’t come from looking at a cookbook. And it was DELICIOUS – even if I do say so myself. Sweet Potato Shepard’s Pie   Print Prep time 10 mins Cook time 1 hour Total time

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