Easy Sausage, Potato & Carrot Bake

One pan meals are the best! You just throw everything in the Pyrex, stick it in the oven and then forget about it until it’s ready. And there’s only one pan to wash! Recipe notes: This makes about four servings You can use pork sausage, chicken sausage (lower in saturated fat), kielbasa, or a plant-basedContinue reading “Easy Sausage, Potato & Carrot Bake”

Ham & Cheese Egg Cups

I love making these when we have leftover ham! They are delicious, easy to reheat (or honestly taste good cold in a pinch) and packed with protein. I’ll put these in breakfast burritos or pair with a bagel or toast for those carbs! Fueling notes: Each egg cup packs ~10 grams of protein and 10Continue reading “Ham & Cheese Egg Cups”

Rosemary Crock-Pot Chicken Breast

Alright it’s official! I’m so in love with crock-pot cooking! It’s been coming in handy for busy work days followed by packed evenings. And I’m especially pumped now that it’s fall and I’m in the mood for hot, hearty meals! Fueling perks: 1 ounce has 7 grams of protein Pre-workout: pair with plenty of carbsContinue reading “Rosemary Crock-Pot Chicken Breast”

Chocolate Zucchini Blender Bread

Are you a fan of cake for breakfast? That’s pretty much how this zucchini bread tastes and I’m so here for it! I need a lot of quick easy snacks either to pack for work or munch on at home in between a busy day of telehealth patients. Blender muffins and breads are freakin perfect!Continue reading “Chocolate Zucchini Blender Bread”

Easy Garlic Jalapeño Refrigerator Pickles

You guys I made pickles for the first time ever and it was SO easy and SO delicious I have to share! The house we closed on a month ago came with 5 chickens and a massive garden and pretty soon we had cucumbers coming out of our ears. I’ve always wanted to try toContinue reading “Easy Garlic Jalapeño Refrigerator Pickles”

Easiest Pesto Pasta

When we first starting exploring the yard at our new house, I noticed a few sad looking basil plants along the potato patch. Side note: I’ve learned that chickens kind of eat everything—like my chives, baby Swiss chard, baby lettuce—but only when they feel like it. So they miraculously left my plants alone for weeksContinue reading “Easiest Pesto Pasta”