Italian Open Faced Omelet

Created March 9, 2017 by lorrie

  One of my favorite breakfasts – this lovely omelet is as delicious as it is beautiful. Whether you serve it open faced or with a traditional fold, it’s a gorgeous way to treat yourself to nutrition.       1 full egg 2 egg whites 1 teaspoon sundried tomatoes packed in oil, chopped 1 tablespoon red...
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Mexican eggs

Egg white breakfast taco

Created March 9, 2017 by lorrie

  3 egg whites 1/2 cup black beans 1/4 small avocado, sliced Salt and pepper to taste (cumin if you’re feeling it) Lorrie’s Quickie Salsa Use a quick spray of your favorite oil (I use avocado for this recipe) in a good, non-stick pan over medium heat. Break egg whites only* and whip them into...
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mexican breakfast potato

Mexican Breakfast Potato

Created March 9, 2017 by lorrie

I am a creature of habit.  Give me one or two breakfast options and I’m good… for awhile. Variety is not only great for the palate, it’s also good for the body.  Varied nutrition serves you well!  To that end, I’ve come up with some of my favorite (easy to eat any time of day) flavors. South...
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Tuna fish is back on the menu!

Created February 21, 2017 by lorrie

I grew up eating tuna fish sandwiches every Sunday afternoon while I layed on the warm bit of carpet beneath the front window.  Those moments with my sandwich and the Sunday comics will always be a fond memory. The sandwich has changed dramatically over the years from white bread, sweet pickles and Best Foods to a nice...
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Sweet Potato Taco

Created February 8, 2017 by lorrie

Sometimes it isn’t complicated.  There are times that it all just comes together with just what you have on hand.  Take this potato I have on a regular basis for breakfast or lunch, following a family taco night.  This combination of leftovers piled atop a white sweet potato provides me with the good carbs I...
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Spicy Asian Paleo Bowl

Created February 8, 2017 by lorrie

Today, I was not having the cold lunch thing.  Nothing sounded good that was coming from my refrigerator and I’m trying to avoid restaurants to cut back on fat, sugar and food additives.  I remember seeing a dish that looked fantastic and created my own version.  I never cook at lunch, but in less than 30 minutes time,...
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pintos refried homemade

Homemade Mexican (Pinto) Beans

Created February 2, 2017 by lorrie

  2 cups dried pinto beans 1 tablespoon Avocado (or olive) Oil 1 1/2 cups of water (or chicken or vegetable broth for bigger flavor) 1 jalapeno or chipotle pepper in adobo sauce for a more smokey flavor (diced if you want more heat, whole if you want less) 1/2 a small onion, chopped Salt and...
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Taco Night!

Created February 1, 2017 by lorrie

Taco night has been a favorite family meal since I was young.  For a family dinner that usually involves 20-25 people these days, it’s a cost effective, satisfying and very popular way to feed our large group. Making it a clean dinner for more allergies than you can count is a snap.  Piling on the favorite layers...
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Sweet and Savory Breakfast Patties

Created January 31, 2017 by lorrie

Getting protein first thing in the morning is a great way to keep your energy high and hunger low. For those who work out first thing, even better. Protein is a critical part of building muscle.  I love pairing this breakfast patty with my Paleo pancakes for total satisfaction! Ingredients – 1 lb Ground Chicken, Turkey or Bison...
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Bone Broth Potato Leek Soup

Created January 2, 2017 by Michelle

Creamy, Delicious and Healthy Bone Broth Potato Leek Soup   I LOVE soup!!! I especially love it when it’s cold outside and my body needs warmth from the inside out! Potato Leek Soup is one of my personal favorites, but as someone who can’t do cream or milk, I struggle to find good comfort soup...
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