Apologies and Healthy Dinners

I’m sorry!!  I’ve been MIA lately, which is the story of my life with blogs… I’m trying to do better and I’ve definitely got some posts in the works, but the last couple of weeks have been a little insane.  Tony and I took a trip to camp with my parents, which was so, so needed and incredibly rejuvenating.  Then the week we came home, I had some job interviews and that whole process going on, which is time consuming and stressful and just annoying.  I did get the job, though!  

Anyway, since I’ve not shared anything in a while, I thought I’d at least share some menu inspiration!  Here are some healthy recipes that are tried and true.  We’ve been eating these a lot around here and they still get raves every time I cook them!

Zucchini Enchiladas – If you’ve followed me at all on social media, you’ve likely seen an instagram, fb post or snapchat raving about these.  They are seriously delicious and vegetable heavy, unlike traditional enchiladas.  Tony and I honestly like them better, and my sister wanted seconds when we ate them last night!  It’s a little more work to peel the zucchini to make the “wraps,” but totally worth it!

Low Carb Cottage Pie – This recipe couldn’t be any easier- especially if you use frozen steamable cauliflower for your cauli-mash.  It’s such a comforting dish, especially as the weather cools down.  My “skeptical of all healthy alternatives” husband loves this and doesn’t even miss the potato topping.  

Crockpot Golumbki (stuffed cabbage) – Wrapped in cabbage and with cauliflower inside, this is a cruciferous dream dinner!  The assembly is the hardest part of this meal and it’s not too bad.  Your house will smell amazing while these are cooking too.  This is the recipe that made me realize what a perfect match cabbage and tomato sauce are.  Yum!

Spaghetti Squash au Gratin –  This one tastes like hashbrown casserole, with an autumnal twist.  Tony doesn’t normally care for spaghetti squash, but he really enjoyed this one!  I’d even serve this at Thanksgiving!

Oktoberfest Sheet Pan Dinner – Use good quality Bratwurst for this.  These flavors are amazing and all you have to do is chop up your vegetables (and apple) and chuck it on a sheet pan.  the oven does the rest.  Simple, quick and healthy!
There you go!  A week’s worth of healthy dinners, sorted!
Have a great week!


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