Dinner recipes

Mediterranean chicken bake

This is a family-friendly recipe that even a discerning preschooler went crazy for. Spiced chicken combines beautifully with warm feta, tomatoes and a fresh mint-cucumber salad. It’s a perfect “I don’t know what to do with this chicken” recipe. When the Pilot first left for his training, I still had the splint on my hand…

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Coconut Curry Meatballs with Sweet Potato Noodles

This dinner recipe comes together in less than 30 minutes and is a total crowd pleaser. Coconut curry meatballs with sweet potato noodles is gluten-free and dairy-free, with aromatic flavors that make the entire house smell amazing. The meatballs are delicious on their own, atop rice or vegetable noodles, and can be enjoyed the next…

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Superfood Salad

Happy humpday! I’ve got a new favorite no-lettuce salad creation to brighten up your week. Bonus: It’s super quick and easy to put together if you use all pre-prepped produce from Trader Joe’s! A highlight of our week: getting to catch up with our friends Michele and Dave! We’ve known them since the Valdosta days, and…

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Crispy shrimp, rice, and veggies with soy ginger sauce

Sounds good, right? Being pregnant and becoming a mom changed me in a lot of ways. Yes, it made me more patient, my heart more full, and my days more busy (yet fun!). Oh, and it made me like fried food. Like, a lot. When I was pregnant, even though many people said it was…

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Harvest Turkey Meatloaf (gluten-free and dairy-free)

This turkey meatloaf recipe is brought to you by the cooler weather we’re finally having. Not only does it have me craving comfort foods, but I’m able to go for long walks with the dogs without huffing and sweating. Bella is always down, but since it’s taken Caro a while to get the hang of…

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Slow Cooker White Chicken Chili

Hi friends! How’s the day going?? Hope you’re enjoying your morning and looking forward to the weekend. I feel like we’re in a giant waiting game right now, so I’m busy cleaning up around the house and making random food and snacks to freeze or have in the fridge for the next couple of weeks.…

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One-pan chicken with tomatoes, basil and feta

Dinner yesterday was one of those impromptu gems that turned out quite well: one-pan chicken with tomatoes, fresh basil and feta. I’ve got the recipe for you below, but first a little about our day because it felt more like a summery weekend day than a fall weekday. The Pilot was home since he has a lot of…

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Mexican Pizza

Hi friends! How’s the day going? Hope you’re enjoying the morning. <3 I’m a little later blogging today than usual and am still catching up from vacation. I got a lot of work done around here (and started to tackle emails like crazy) before teaching barre this morning. I’m also teaching later this evening so…

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Healthy turkey sausage and shrimp jambalaya

Hi friends! How’s the day going so far? So happy you liked the playlist! Lots of good stuff on there. 🙂 New post up on the Family page if you’d like to check it out.  It was a lovely day for barre, (when your socks are kind of crooked but fixing them = bending over.…

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How do you get your kids to eat vegetables?

This post is sponsored through my partnership with Bitsy’s Brainfood. We’ve always been thankful that for the most part, Liv is an adventurous eater. She loves things that I didn’t enjoy until my 20s (like quinoa, artichokes, pho, chia pudding, and green juices to name a few), and I’m glad that she’ll at least try…

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Goat cheese eggplant parmesan

Hiiii! How’s the day going?? Hope you’re enjoying the morning. What’s on the workout plan for today? I’ll be taking a yoga class, and it will feel so good to stretch after yesterday’s teaching double-header. Bella wanted to show you her new haircut. She has also been glued to my side for the past couple…

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Seared Halibut with Romesco Sauce

This seared halibut recipe is sponsored by Blue Diamond Almond Breeze Almondmilk, my very favorite almond milk. Let it be known to the world that I finally made halibut without overcooking it. Seared Halibut In the past, I’ve always baked it, and it’s always come out of the oven like a chewy white fish eraser. We’d…

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