Slow Cooker Healthy Mango Chicken Recipe

This healthy mango chicken recipe is made in a slow cooker or Crockpot. It uses just 5 ingredients (plus spices), is low fat, and Weight Watcher friendly!

This healthy mango chicken recipe is made in the slow cooker, leaving you time to work, play, or be anywhere except standing in your kitchen over a stove top! It’s low in fat and calories, making it Weight Watcher friendly, too.

This healthy mango chicken recipe is made in a slow cooker or Crockpot. It uses just 5 ingredients (plus spices), is low fat, and Weight Watcher friendly!

Please don’t blame me if your family starts begging you to make more slow cooker recipes. I can’t help it, gang. I’ve fallen in love with my slow cooker. It’s too stinkin’ easy to use!

Holiday Cookie Recipes: Low Carb Chocolate Crinkles

These low carb chocolate crinkles are a skinny version of the classic Christmas cookie. They might become one of your favorite cookie recipes!

This time of the year, I’m thankful for memories of family and food that I loved as a kid. For me, comfort food like my mom’s chunky applesauce and cookie recipes like these chocolate crinkles are a way for me to remember loved ones who are no longer in my life. This month, The Recipe Redux challenge is to take a favorite holiday recipe and give it a healthy makeover.
Perhaps unlike you, I grew up in a family that didn’t spend time in the kitchen baking treats. I’m not exactly sure why, but thankfully, my godmother loved to bake. Whenever I visited my godparents, there was usually a fresh batch of biscuits or a warm plate full of cookies or brownies around. Chocolate crinkle cookies were, and still are, one of my favorites, especially around the holidays. There’s something special about the chewy, chocolate loaded goodness that grabs my heart. The powdered sugar on my fingers and lips, falling down onto my clean shirt never bothers me one bit. It just makes the cookies taste that much better!

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Easy Appetizer: Ranch Roasted Nuts Snack Mix

Ranch Roasted Nuts Snack Mix - a nutritious mix of cashews, peanuts, puffed oats, and dried cranberries. Perfect for holiday parties! #TasteTheSeason #ad

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I have no idea where the year has gone, but I guess there’s no denying the fact that the holidays are upon us. With Thanksgiving just 3 weeks away, I’m well into my Thanksgiving dinner meal planning, and of course, appetizer and snack recipes are just as important as the main course.

With only Brian and I to serve this year, Thanksgiving dinner will be a pretty quiet event at our house, but it sure wasn’t that way when I was growing up. The polar opposite, actually. With eight mouths to feed, my mom had her kitchen filled with food, laughter, noise, and hungry stomachs!

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Indian Spiced Roasted Vegetables {Low Carb, Vegan}

Indian Spiced Roasted Vegetables recipe - cauliflower, grape tomatoes and white cannellini beans are seasoned with tumeric, sweet paprika, and cumin. A great vegetarian dish for meatless Monday or as a side with chicken or lamb!

Food blogger’s dilemma: I cooked up an incredibly delicious pan of roasted vegetables, but then I couldn’t think of what to name the recipe. Indian spiced cauliflower?  No, because there are cherry tomatoes and white beans in the recipe, too. Besides, just saying “Indian spiced” doesn’t tell you that there’s earthy tumeric, sweet paprika, and spicy cumin in the blend.  But you know what? Calling this dish Indian spiced roasted vegetables is much easier and slips off of the tongue better than “roasted cauliflower, tomatoes, and beans with incredibly yummi blend of tumeric, paprika, and cumin”. You’re with me on this, right?

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