This is a delicious diabetic and diet-friendly recipe for quiche. I created the recipe for two servings for my wife Laura and me. I put it together on Saturday evenings; cover each bowl with plastic wrap and refrigerate. When I get up on Sunday morning, I let Laura sleep in while I make the coffee and put the quiches in the oven. We love the crusty texture that is created on the outside edges when cooked in the Pyrex bowls. The inside stays moist and tender.
A light and unusual salad for hot summer days. Can be eaten on the spot, or made from the night before chilled. A really quick light dish for the hot summer days...and it looks as good as it taste!
Get the day off right for you and a friend with this veggie breakfast casserole.
Super easy to make after a long day working, or when funds are low and you're hungry.
Soon you could be unwrapping packets full of flavorful, perfectly grilled vegetables. Don't miss out on your chance for this great vegetable side dish to serve with your grilled meats.
This easy kabob cooks up in just a few minutes after a quick marinade.
Easy pork chops with a blend of sweet and spicy flavors. Great for you beginning grillers.
A six spice blend flavors tasty chicken tenders. Broiled, not fried, so it's a little bit healthier.
French bread, apple slices and goat cheese add French-style flavor to an American classic.
A simple recipe for two, with plenty of flavor. You could serve this as is, or slice the chicken and make fajitas.
Make this Chinese restaurant staple in your home wok (or large cast-iron skillet). With celery, onion, bell pepper and carrots, this hearty dish has plenty of healthy veggies.
To avoid dry chicken, cook it in broth. Use this chicken in salads for a Paleo-friendly lunch or dinner.
This omelet has too much goodness to hide under a fold of eggs. Like a fire-balling pitcher, it says "here's what I've got--can you deal?"
Think of this Mexican breakfast treat as egg tacos. With all this spice and cheesy flavor, you'll want to make these every morning.