If you're looking for something different, I recommend you try this recipe. The sauce flavor is so good as it coats and sticks to the meatballs. In this recipe I found at healthylittlepeach.com, I substituted tapioca flour for the arrowroot flour but you can use regular flour too. You can also use soy sauce instead … Continue reading Asian Meatballs Whole 30 and Paleo approved
When you are looking for something different to make for dinner, you should give this variation on stuffed peppers a try. All you have to do is prep the peppers, brown the ground beef and season, add the potatoes and cheese of your choice. The potatoes are real but you could also use potato flakes … Continue reading Stuffed Peppers
I don't mind following whole 30, really. If you're not familiar it is basically a 30 day eating plan of all whole foods-no peanuts, dairy, grains and pasta. Today, however, I have been craving my favorite pizza-kickin chicken pizza from Reeds Spring Pizza Co. The best thing is though, is that we had a tri … Continue reading Delicious tri tip dinner and whole 30 approved!
Always looking for ways to change up chicken and keep it healthy, I wondered how to make chicken fried cauliflower rice. I wrote down a recipe and decided to try the below. It was so good. If I made this again, I would add steamed broccoli and a drizzle of Sriracha. Also, I did not … Continue reading Cauliflower chicken fried rice