Sweet Potato & Salmon Fish Cakes

04.15.2019

Okay, I can’t handle these photos of Temple. She woke up from her nap right when it was time to take the pictures and what’s better than chunky baby hands posing with food?! NOTHING! As you can see, these easy fish cakes were a huge hit with my little one. I love this dish cause …

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Broccoli & Tuna Parmesan Pasta

03.05.2019

I made a similar recipe on my Instagram stories last week and had a ton of you try it out for your little ones. You and your kiddos seemed to love it, so I wanted to make it into a simple recipe you can always reference! I know that boxed macaroni and cheese can be …

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Easy 20-Minute Chicken Stir Fry

02.04.2019

I am a sucker for a good stir fry. I love whipping one up with whatever veggies I have in the fridge! Get creative with the veggies you use, the possibilities are endless. I will say that I LOVE using broccoli and carrots in mine, those two are always my favorite veggies to add! the …

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Ground Pork & Pesto Breakfast Egg Loaf

01.18.2019

I’ll be honest, I’ve never been one to make egg cups, casseroles or things. It wasn’t until being on whole30 that I was in major need of switching up my breakfast and having something prepped. This breakfast loaf couldn’t be easier and its sot tasty. We ate it up so quickly and Temple loved it …

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Greek Chicken Thighs & Vegetables

01.10.2019

Simple roasted lemon chicken thighs with potatoes and green beans. Chicken thighs are my favorite and so much more flavorful and juice than regular chicken breast. I also recommend chicken thighs for new baby eaters; they are easier to chew and less dry. Temple (11 months) loved this dish just as much as we did!

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Ground Turkey & Green Bean Stir-Fry

01.09.2019

I love a good stir-fry and was seriously craving one while on this January Whole30. This one is simple with green beans, mushrooms and ground turkey.  Taste great on its own, but we like to add a side of cauliflower rice. Try it out and let me know what you think in the comments.

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