Ginger Turkey Burgers

If you think turkey burgers are dry and bland then you need to give them another chance. Turkey needs a little more love than beef when using it to make burgers. By taking the time to season the meat with strong ingredients like ginger, garlic, and coconut aminos, you are left with a juicy and delicious burger.

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Granola Banana Bread

Banana bread is a great way to use ripe bananas and allows for a quick breakfast or snack on the go. I love banana bread but was getting tired of the same classic recipe. In order to give my banana bread a twist, I add granola. It creates a nice crunch in every bite and adds another level of flavor and texture.

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Homemade Chicken Ramen

Ramen is notorious for being rich, greasy and dangerously salty. I LOVE ramen; however, most of us know it isn’t the healthiest choice and many people don’t feel great after eating it – I know I don’t. As I thought more about the ingredients in ramen, I realized there had to be a way to make a healthier version that was still rich and flavorful but not greasy or too salty. This recipe is the result – a rich, smooth broth packed with protein and veggies.

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Roasted Rosemary Chicken

I am very picky about my chicken. With chicken being one of the healthiest and most affordable proteins, I am always looking for new recipes that I enjoy. The key to flavorful and moist chicken? Bone in and skin on. Yes, it takes more time to cook but I promise you will get a flavorful piece of chicken, perfectly cooked and delicious!

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Pesto Salmon

Fish is one of the most nutritious proteins you can eat; however, a lot of people don’t like the taste of fish. If you are not a big fish fan this is a great recipe to try. The pesto masks any fishiness, leaving you with a moist, flavorful, and nutritious dinner. The best thing about this recipe – it only has 3 ingredients and takes 15 minutes! Read More