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Leftover Turkey “Crock”-Pot Pie


Got leftover turkey from Thanksgiving that you don’t know what to do with? Or perhaps you made too much chicken and want something else besides sandwiches? This recipe is perfect to use up those leftovers. And bonus (see notes): you can freeze the cooked meal in single serve containers for 3-4 months. The recipe is simple and requires just a ... Read More »

Holiday Protein Shamrock Shake

protein shamrock shake

If you’ve never had a shamrock shake, it’s those bright green decadent milkshakesย you see everywhere in mid-March. For the festivities of course. But, these can be made any time of year! Why not make it a festive green-goblin drink in October or a Christmas “tree”t in December? Or really, any time you want because who doesn’t love a good shake? ... Read More »

PB2 Protein Brownies

pb2 protein brownies

PB2 protein brownies. Peanut butter + chocolate. Brownies with protein? 6 grams per piece. So I can have this for breakfast? Why not? ๐Ÿ™‚ How amazing do these look? Seriously, you need these pb2 brownies in your life. Read More »

Healthy Pumpkin Pie Crisp

healthy pumpkin pie crisp

Did you know pumpkin pie is actually one of the few desserts that isย lower in calories even when it’s made the traditional way? It’s sort of the angel food cake of pies. Not to mention, you’re getting a serving of vegetables too (sorry carrot cake). And I love me some pumpkin pie. It doesn’t matter how much I’ve eaten on ... Read More »

Pesto Chicken & Creamy Rice Pilaf

chicken pesto

MmMmm pesto. You know, that herby-oily goodness you dip your bread in at Italian restaurants? Well, it’s also quite delicious served on top of chicken. To make it even more decadent, we’re serving it up with a large cup of creamy rice pilaf with sauteed spinach and mushrooms. Are you drooling yet? Don’t let the olive-green picture fool you. We ... Read More »

Cheesecake Bark

cheesecake bark 2

There are lots of recipes floating around with “yogurt bark”. If you haven’t seen them, you essentially take yogurt + add-ins (fruit, nuts, chocolate), freeze it in a thin layer and break it into pieces (=bark). I’ve tried it and it’s delicious. But, I thought to myself, maybe there’s a way to do it better. Enter: cream cheese. Still high ... Read More »