Leftover turkey, sweet potatoes, spinach and Gruyere cheese – trust me, you'll want to save some leftover turkey from Thanksgiving because this breakfast frittata is SOO good!
Only 136 calories, this EASY 5-ingredient (not counting salt and cooking spray) chocolate dessert is DELISH and ready in less than 30 minutes!
These sweet potatoes are sliced and roasted in the oven, then drizzled with balsamic and topped with parmesan and fresh herbs.
An easy side dish that would make a delicious and beautiful addition to your Holiday table! Madison, my youngest daughter loves raw carrots.
These sweet potatoes are sliced and roasted in the oven, then drizzles with balsamic and topped with parmesan and fresh herbs.
Happy Sunday! This is week seven (7) of sharing my weekly dinner plans since launching The Skinnytaste Meal Planner.
On a cold rainy night, there's nothing like warming up to a bowl of hearty beef stew made in the crock pot with winter squash, Marsala wine and fresh herbs.
A healthy breakfast bowl packed with protein, antioxidants, vitamins, nutrients and fiber. These are easy to make and a great way to get your daily intake of fruit.
Here's a quick, weeknight dish the whole family will love! Turkey cutlets with a wonderful Parmesan crust lightly pan-fried in just enough oil and butter to make it yummy, without making it greasy and high in calories.
Happy Sunday! Hope everyone had a great week. I'm back from Charleston, SC where I was shooting part one of my new cookbook.
Thick and creamy, lick-the-bowl good! This soup is loaded with broccoli, potatoes and cheese – pure comfort in a bowl.
Break out your soup pot, you'll want to make a batch of this delicious, hearty meatless chili today! Packed with vegetables, pumpkin puree, beans and tons of flavor, then served with cheese, tortillas, avocado and all the yummy toppings.
Sweet Autumn pears compliment tart cranberries in this wonderful spread, perfect for Thanksgiving, Friendsgiving or anytime you want to add a little sweet-tartness to your meal.
Happy Sunday! Hope you all had a great week, I'm in Charleston for a photoshoot for my next cookbook (yay!
Everything you love about pumpkin pie, made into a light and fluffy dip. Perfect for dipping apple wedges, graham crackers or gingersnaps.
We LOVE Mexican food in my house, tacos, taco chili, enchiladas, you name it! This Mexican inspired side dish is perfect for those nights. It's super quick and much healthier than using a boxed pre-seasoned rice (also MUCH lower in sodium and made with real fresh veggies as opposed to dehydrated ones).
I've gotten such great feedback since launching The Skinnytaste Meal Planner and sharing a sample of my weekly dinner plan for the week, this is now going to be a Sunday ritual.
A Thanksgiving dessert table is never complete without the pumpkin pie. Did you think I would leave it out?
Pumpkin seeds are such a healthy, low-calorie snack, so if you're carving those jack-o-lanterns this week, rather then tossing them, roast them in the oven for a high-nutritive snack.
Pork and apples are a classic combination, so naturally an apple stuffed pork loin makes perfect sense – especially apples that have been sauteed with onions and a fragrant blend of Moroccan spices.