Since I am in the middle of p90x, our kitchen hasn’t fried anything in a long time. And for Matt, that was a huge change. Before he moved to the cities, his nights were spent making homemade chicken wings and fries at least 5 nights a week with his roommates. He was the fry king. And while the food was tasty, it definitely wasn’t healthy. After 6 months of marriage and my healthier choices of meals, Matt has lost 10 pounds (and he never works out! Only a guy…). But, after finding this recipe, I knew I had to make this for him–if not only for old time sake.
Matt has always been a huge soup person. Me, not so much. Since I’ve never been a soup connoisseur, I called in the reinforcements. My good friends Kelsey and Glenna came over for dinner to give me their honest opinion on this soup. They gave it two thumbs up. And I must say, after this recipe, I might be a convert.
Finals are right around the corner which means more slow cooker dinners. This pulled pork sandwich is a great meal after a study-filled day. There is only a little bit of prep work, and the slow cooker does the rest! Matt loved this meal so much that he ate two pork-stuffed sandwiches. That’s my piggie! For 11 Weight Watcher points per sandwich, it’s so filling that it’s worth every point!
I have always been a sandwich lover. From peanut butter and jelly to my “world famous” turkey, avocado, tomato stacked sandwich, I can always go for a sandwich. This chicken pita has a zesty, fresh taste that is perfect for lunch or dinner. With all the hype around the Hunger Games, I named this dish after my favorite character Peeta Mellark.
I woke up this morning and realized I only have one month left until I graduate from law school. And that means a summer of studying for the bar. And if I’m gonna stay sane, there is going to have to be lots of cook outs, happy hours, and patio drinking (I’m talking to you Mel Bakker!)
I’m too excited to wait for warm weather so I broke out some new grilling recipes. Tonight I made Key Lime Grilled Chicken Kabobs for only 5 Weight Watcher’s Plus Points.
I took a big step today–not only did I cook a main dish, I made an entire meal. Not in true Lindsay form, but I’m taking this whole learning to cook thing to heart.
Tonight’s menu: Stuffed Peppers and Green Beans with Goat Cheese.
My favorite go-to meal. This fun Mexican dish is so easy to make because you just toss everything into the slow cooker before you leave for work, and you come home to a wonderful meal waiting to be devoured! Matt loves this meal and asks me to make it at least once a week.
I have always loved meatballs. But, now that I am trying to eat healthier, I cut back on eating red meat like ground beef. This turkey meatball recipe has all the great taste of an Italian meatball without all the guilt. The sun-dried tomatoes and Parmesan cheese add a wonderful flavor to this dish.
Matt loves Italian beef. A lot. So when I found this slow cook recipe that only need four ingredients, I had to try it out. This meal is easy to make and tastes delicious. And there are only four ingredients!
A college tradition at La Crosse was Wednesday night wings. Every Wednesday, you and all your friends would walk down to 3rd street to get 10 cent wings and dollar PBRs. It was a fun tradition that Matt really misses now that he’s a “grown up” who lives a city where Wednesday wings means 75 cents a wing. Not much of a deal. So I decided we could make our own Wednesday night wings. Only this time, they would be healthier. Now that I am in the middle of p90x, I really can’t be eating deep fried wings. I found this great recipe from SkinnyTaste that is amazing. It’s a mixture between our Wednesday wings and Chinese food. And the best part is it is healthier than both! It is a bit saltier so you will want to keep your portion small. (unless you are Matt who devoured that entire plate!)