This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #BeyondTheSandwich #CollectiveBias These Ham, Pineapple, and Cheese Bites are the perfect easy appetizer to put together for any Spring party!
This Cheesy Chicken Broccoli and Rice Casserole is easy to make and is loaded with flavor! This is definitely a family favorite in our house.
This Mexican Chicken and Rice Casserole is probably one of my favorite easy weeknight dishes to make. It’s loaded with flavor and can feed a crowd. If you don’t have a crowd to feed, this makes great leftovers through out the week!
I put together a little ‘How To’ recipe on How To Make A Cauliflower Pizza Crust. This is a simple Gluten Free pizza crust that is sure to amaze any skeptics! Plus it’s Low in Calories and Low Carb, I love it when food that tastes so good is guilt free! 🙂
This is seriously, hands down, the best pizza I’ve ever had that’s Gluten free! I’ll admit I was a skeptic, using cauliflower for a pizza crust? Honestly you really can’t even tell the difference between this and a regular pizza crust. You will however see a difference in the calorie and carb intake! This Margherita…
Let’s hear it for the breakfast lovers! These Sausage Egg and Cheese Hash Brown Cups are super easy to make. Just layer everything in a muffin tin and bake! You can also make these ahead and reheat them for a quick on-the-go breakfast!
I love Taco Tuesday. That seems to be a thing in our house lately, so I’m always trying to come up with different ways to eat tacos. Today I made a vegan version ~ Quinoa and Black Bean Tacos! This is super yummy and trust me you don’t even miss the meat. These tacos are…
I love a good cheesy, creamy casserole (or Hotdish, as the Minnesotan in me likes to say). 🙂 I’ve been experimenting a little more using Quinoa in casseroles. Quinoa is like the super star of gluten free grains, but wait, it’s technically not a grain. It’s actually a seed!
Ok guys, I have not made a Casserole or ‘Hot Dish’ -as we Minnesotans tend to say -since living in Minnesota. Yeah, You Betcha, Oofda! 🙂 -Insert Midwest Scandinavian Accent Here- Just because I’m living in Florida now does not mean I have forgotten my roots. I’m still a Minnesotan at heart. 🙂