I’m gonna start off by saying this is DEFINITELY not your “traditonal” chicken florentine….so don’t come a yellin’ at me! I took the traditional Chicken Florentine and added some schtuff, took out some schtuff, and kept some schtuff. (Tired of me saying Schtuff yet?!!) I have to say though….this Instant Pot Chicken Florentine turned out to be totally rad!
Is it me….or is summer still hanging on STRONG right now?!! Despite the rando thunderstorm we had the other day, it has still been so hot in California, which means I don’t want to cook up anything. I’ve been craving crisp, easy, fresh salads and this Cucumber Prosciutto and Apple Salad does not disappoint!
Sloppy Joe Stuffed Bell Peppers. Uh, yeah, you heard me correctly. Sloppy Joes. Stuffed into a pepper. And they are bloody fantastic! Seriously, when was the last time you had sloppy joes? For me I was probably 12 and I’m pretty sure I remember it coming from a can.
Holla if you are a chili lover! We absolutely love it in our house and it’s really great any time of the year, not just when it’s cold outside! It’s a wonderful comfort food, but with the addition of pumpkin and greens you get a delicious healthy version of chili, still with ALL the comfort!! When I think of chili I think of the kind packed full of beans, that’s what I grew up with and I’m sure most of you grew up with some sort of bean version of it….but we all know that beans are the magical fruit. So I ventured to make a beanless version that tastes just as good, if not better, than that beany one! Meat is the new bean. Wait what?!!!
This Artichoke Pesto Leek Frittata has been giving us life lately. Mornings around this house can get a little crazy at times….I mean I’d be a big fat liar if I told you that we have it together every.single.day. Our mornings usually consist of looking for a missing shoe for a half hour and trying to get all the knots out of my daughters hair. Then try adding some good wholesome food into their little bodies before they spend all day at school. 7:30 am really can be killer sometimes. That’s why, when I meal prep, I usually make some sort of frittata. Why a frittata you ask? Because it’s SO simple to make (you really could add whatever you’d like to it) and it can chill in your fridge for about a week!
Who is ready for a recipe that SCREAMS summer?! These Mexican stuffed zucchini boats are a real crowd pleaser! If you grow summer squash in your garden, this is the perfect dish to use up ALL THE SQUASH! We usually have squash coming out our ears and lets be honest, zoodling all of them for meals can get a bit boring. So instead make those suckers into “boats!”
There is a restaurant in the Santa Cruz area that has the BEST brussels sprouts I have ever put into my mouth. We go about twice a year and seriously guys….I think about it for like 3 weeks straight after eating them! Last time we were there I asked them what made their brussels so DREAMY and they said that they fry the parsley that goes on top. My mind was blown! Fried parsley; that is GENIUS!
Raise you hand if breakfast sausage is your “jam.” I love breakfast sausage, but a good, homemade breakfast sausage is hard to come by. The grocery store ones usually have a bascrillion ingredients (dude, why?!) and sugar. Lotsa suga!!!
I don’t know about you, but sometimes our “staple” chicken recipes just get boring. So when Kettle & Fire sent me their new chicken bone broth I was determined to find a new scrumptious and easy recipe that would become a new staple for us and this Chicken and Mushroom stew does just that!