Posts tagged "quickmeals"

Creamy Pesto Chicken (Keto Friendly)

Hi there, Many of you know that I have been active in living a Keto lifestyle since the middle of February. Do you remember when I was wholeheartedly vegan? Well, that bombed for me. It was not my first attempt to go vegan but will have to be my last, unless my body chemistry changes. I guess it could happen as the change of life is just around the corner, lol....

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FIRESIDE HOLIDAY COCKTAIL

I am all about the holiday baking during this festive season but you gotta have fun fireside cocktail to snuggle up with. This one can be served hot or cold and is especially good when you use your frother for the milk. I have done it over ice here and let me tell you, so tasty. This would also be a nice greeting cocktail at your holiday party or even to be...

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Warm Black Bean Soup and Cornbread

Who is craving soup with all these cold days we have been getting? I know I have and one of my favorites is homemade Black Bean Soup. Get your Vitamix out and you will have a tasty soup in just 40 minutes. If you don't have a Vitamix, get one, because you can make the best soups, dips, dressings and shakes in no time at all, and not much mess....

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A Festive Cocktail

  Hello, I love a good cocktail, and this one is also pretty. Since I have so many apples from our tree's this year, a delish drink incorporating them was a must. You can use this idea to make all different types of cocktails by adding different fruit, flowers or maybe even some eyeballs, gummy worms or small plastic black spiders. Just get creative and have fun with it. I...

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BUTTERNUT SQUASH TWO WAYS

Hello, I put together two recipes for you using butternut squash. They are so yummy and they are both vegans.  Very simple to make, the soup will last a few days in the fridge but can also be frozen and the croutons will last bagged and in the pantry.The hasselback squash will be eaten up, cause it is soo good. I am seeing butternut squash everywhere, so it is definitely in...

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Deep Dish Apple Pear Pie

  Good Morning, Over here at the Betts home, the apples and pears are abundant. We have one big tree and a few dwarfs that have produced some beautiful fruit this year. Although I usually make pumpkin pies for Thanksgiving, this year I thought I would make good use of the fruit we grew. I had never combined the two in the past, but the result of pairing the two...

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Thanksgiving In Style

Hello, Thanksgiving is one of our most cherished traditions here at the Betts home, and I just love to make it an exceptional experience for all my loved ones, family and friends included. We love to sit around the table enjoying good food and sharing what we are most grateful for in our lives. The outpour of love is so special and creates bonds that are unbreakable. So let's make...

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SALTED CARAMEL PUMPKIN PIE COOKIES

Who doesn't love baking with pumpkin?! My boys love everything from pumpkin pie, pumpkin seeds to these delicious salted caramel pumpkin pie cookies. I love to get them involved in baking with me. It's a perfect time to bond with your child and sharpen their math skills too. I think it's a 1-1 ratio of cookie dough in the mouth to what ends up in the oven:) This spells success to...

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Wild Mushroom Risotto

      Mushroom Risotto is one of my husband Steve's favorite dishes and before I created my version at home he would consistently order it when we went out for lunch or dinner. He is a creature of habit and had this dish on repeat. So I figured out what was in it, how to perfect it, and I have been serving it up evvvah since. He loves it and...

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TWO SUNGOLD TOMATO SALADS

Hello, I don't know about you, but I have the sweetest Sun Gold Tomatoes this year, they taste like candy. So in honor of this " To Die For Crop" I created two simple, beautiful salads that will blow yer hair back!!I just used a simple french vinaigrette from The Stock Market in Granville Island and some beautiful field greens, so the Sungolds take center stage. The second one has...

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