Chicken Meatballs

I think that theses chicken meatballs look really easy and delicious! You could make them with ground turkey (Alison) if you prefer.
If you don’t have any string cheese sticks, you can omit it or use other cheese. Mozzarella would be nice!
Happy cooking!

Wishing Wells Life

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I’ve had an emotional day. I can’t tell you exactly why, but I’m pretty sure it has a lot to do with my hashimotos disease. Sometimes I’m super grumpy and I cry or get angry for no reason at all. For whatever reason cooking makes me feel better. Why shouldn’t I go ahead and make some lunches for the little munchkin? I always like to have food that is processed as little as I possibly can. I really hate to send things that are unhealthy. I have a really hard time not giving him as much healthy food as I can. I guess this stems from my fear that my own health problems might be given to him. We live in a country where most of our residents are insulin resistant and a lot are starting to show signs of having things like hashimoto’s and grave’s disease. This isn’t something that I want for Cooper. I…

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Easy Oven Fajitas

I loved Tex-Mex food and this easy sheet pan Fajitas recipe looks super delicious!
On another note, I should have my new computer here and up and running by February. Woohoo! See you soon! xo

Adventures of a Food allergy dad

All of the taste, none of the cast iron skillet burns!

Easy Oven Fajitas (small)

I’ve said it before (in my world-famous fire-roasted salsa post): I love Mexican food. Specifically Tex-Mex, actually. Tacos, chimichangas, enchiladas… Despite being a born-and-raised Indiana boy, this is some of the best comfort food I can think of. I have noticed that every time we go to a Mexican restaurant, when the server walks through the dining room with the sizzling cast iron skillet of fajitas, every head turns and watches them go by, most saying, “ooooh, that looks good.”

With small kids in the house, a sizzling cast iron skillet isn’t always the wisest choice. So we find another way. These fajitas are simple and made in the oven, but will definitely pass the test.

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One of the best things about fajitas is the veggies. Sliced fresh bell peppers (or poblanos, if you are feeling a little extra chile-y)…

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Falafel Patties

I loved falafel so I’m making sure that all of you have a recipe. This would be great with my hummus recipe! xo

Cooking Is My Sport

How was everyone’s holiday? You get any good presents? Eat any good food?

I hope the answer to both of those questions is yes. You deserve both.

Here we are at the end of 2017, and I feel like this year just flew by. My cooking and baking schedule for December is almost always hectic as I’m busy putting together recipes and posts for the 12 Days of Christmas series I do every year on the blog. Then all at once the holiday comes, the bustle is over and everything is calm and lax.

A lot of us have a tendency to indulge in a whole lot of sweet and not so lean treats during the holidays that after a while may feel like a sugar overload. I certainly love my carbs and sweets and I’ll never give them up–but after a while I too find myself craving leaner foods…

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Nanny Trudel’s Tourtiere – By Aunt Paul & Moi!

It's the beginning of November and it is that time of year when I would start planning for the Holidays. As a Canadian, Thanksgiving has already passed but on the American Thanksgiving we Canadians celebrate The Grey Cup - our Football end of season game! Which means FOOD! lol My Aunt Paul has already begun … Continue reading Nanny Trudel’s Tourtiere – By Aunt Paul & Moi!

Home-Made Beef Stew – Slow Cooker Or Stove Top

There is nothing like a steaming hot bowl of beef stew on a cold day! I especially loved it with a chunk of crusty bread slathered with butter to soak up all of that tasty liquid! Mmmmmmm-mmmmmm! lol I usually used my slow cooker to make my stew because once you have everything in it, … Continue reading Home-Made Beef Stew – Slow Cooker Or Stove Top

Slow Cooker Winner Winner Chicken Dinner

When it starts to get cool, I always felt it was time to dust my trusted slow cooker off. I should have used it more often in the Summer because it sure would have been better than turning on the stove! And I did occasionally use it for ribs. Mmmmmmm-mmmmmm! I think that I just … Continue reading Slow Cooker Winner Winner Chicken Dinner

Italian Sausage Penne

I have been hmmm-ing and uhhhh-ing over which recipe to post next. While my mind has been stumbling through my recipes, I've been organizing my blog to make it easier for you to find my recipes. I have added a Recipes button to the Menu bar complete with sub-categories like Main Dishes, Appetizers, Cookies ect. … Continue reading Italian Sausage Penne