Showing posts from April, 2014

Mexican Chicken Salad

Just in time for Cinco de Mayo (or, y'know, a weeknight supper allllll summer long), a "Mexican" main-dish chicken salad, just cooked chicken tossed in a lime and yogurt vinaigrette with healthy black beans, jicama, corn and tomatoes. It's easy, it's tasty and the jicama gives the salad great "crunch". If you're new to jicama, you'll want to check out Vegetables 101: What Is Jicama? You'll be glad you did! Whole Food, Fresh & Family-Approved. Real Food, Fast & Flexible. Beautiful Color! Hearty & Filling. A Long-Time Family Favorite, Easily Adapted to Your Family's Tastebuds. Quick to the Table. Not just easy, Summer Easy . Another Quick Supper , a Kitchen Parade Specialty. Budget Friendly. Weeknight Easy, Weekend Special. Low Carb. High Protein. Weight Watchers Friendly. Naturally Gluten Free. What're you waiting for?! So Good!!

Creamy Oatmeal:
How to Transform Your Morning Oatmeal

Plus Three Secrets to Great Oatmeal One Old, Two New Hang onto your breakfast slippers, people, because there’s a great new way to cook oatmeal. It's a 50:50 blend of steel-cut Irish oats and old-fashioned rolled oats cooked on the stove in a mix of milk and water. The result is a taste and texture that's creamy and light but also – there's just no other way to put it – almost chewy, a real porridge, thick but not too thick, creamy but not too creamy. For an endlessly variable healthy breakfast staple, serve Creamy Oats "sweet" with fruit, glazed pecans and a splash of maple syrup or "savory" with sautéed veggies and an egg on top. How to Make Creamy Oatmeal Cooked from Scratch on the Stove. Just Three Ingredients. Great Texture, Nothing Mushy. Weekday Easy, Weekend Special. Great for Breakfast Meal Prep. Year-Round Breakfast Staple, Savory or Sweet. Hearty & Filling. Weight Watchers Friendly.

Easy-Easy Chocolate Sheet Cake

My favorite make-ahead cake, a chocolate sheet cake that’s kid-friendly, especially covered with sprinkles! It's dark and moist and chocolate-y. I a-d-o-r-e how the chocolate frosting sort of melts into the cake! Plus? There’s no need to get the butter out ahead of time because the recipe calls for melted butter! Better yet? No mixer required! All you need is a saucepan, a bowl and a wooden spoon. Quick to Make. Budget-Friendly. Make It Today, Take It to a Party Tomorrow Or Even In Two or Three Days.