I like to share something from the kitchen every week so this week I’m sharing a super easy breakfast thing. I use to wake up every morning to make us egg white omelets. That was before I started teaching cycle at 5AM so I had to find a way to make breakfast in the morning easy and portable if needed to be. I decided on the egg white muffin because I can cook six at a time and it was a set it and forget it type of thing.   Egg White Muffins Recipe Type: Breakfast Cuisine: American Author: Angela… View Post

Last week my friend made egg rolls. I can’t have egg rolls because they are fried. I thought I would try something different. Willie purchased some spring roll wrappers a while ago so I thought I would give it a try.   The ground chicken spring roll Cuisine: Asian Author: Angela Prep time: 10 mins Cook time: 25 mins Total time: 35 mins Serves: 8 servings Ingredients 1 pound ground chicken breast 16 spring roll wrappers 1 bag 14oz shredded cabbage 1 cup mushrooms, chopped 1/2 cup shredded carrots 1/2 cup white onions, diced bowl of warm water Instructions Sautee… View Post

How is everyone doing this week? How is your refrigerator feeling this week? It’s Thursday so our fridge is starting to empty out which got me thinking about some things I can’t get enough of lately. I love pumpkin, Willie hates it. That’s fine. That means I can eat all the pumpkin and not have to share. September came around and everyone went pumpkin obsessed. For some reason September triggers fall in people’s mind when it just triggers extremely hot and humid weather for me. I’m longing for fall though for “cooler” temperatures and more time with my running group.… View Post

Every time I got on instagram someone was posting pictures of zucchini fritters.  I’ve never had a zucchini fritter in my life and I definitely didn’t know how to make them. I thought I would give it a go on my own terms but first I needed to know the basic of a fritter. So I made a traditional fritter without frying it. Apparently, a fritter is fried. I don’t do fried or oil! The traditional fritter has all purpose flour, butter, cheese and is fried in oil. Once again, I “pan fried” these with a simple cooking spray. And… View Post

Happy Labor Day everyone! I’ve been hosting some friends this weekend so Sunday setup has come into Monday! I know you’re all dying to know what I’ve decided to make for lunch this week. I’ve decided on meatloaf. It’s important to get started on the meal prepping for the week right now if you haven’t. There’s still time for you! So why meatloaf? I can make one big pan of it and it will last the entire week for the two of us. Willie doesn’t like the abundance of ground turkey/chicken that we have around the house, but it works… View Post