Started your holiday meal planning yet?
Well, whether you have, or you haven’t this Fall Harvest Salad will no doubt fire up some inspiration and get those juices flowing!
The star of this dish is, without a doubt, is the cinnamon shallot vinaigrette. SO MUCH flavor in such a delightfully light and refreshing dressing, you’ll be looking for an excuse to make this salad again and again.
I’ll guiltily admit that a good broccoli salad is pretty hard for me to resist. But what’s so bad about a broccoli salad, you say? I mean, if the main ingredient is broccoli, so how bad can that be?
Well, the problem isn’t the broccoli.The dressing is the troublemaker here.
Most traditional broccoli salad recipes use a mayo based dressing filled with way too much sugar. This can turn even the lightest, healthiest broccoli salad into a Weight Watchers sabotage instigator in seconds.
Cauliflower is basically the new substitute for flour-based, or high-starch carbs. You’ve seen it riced. You’ve seen it in pizza crusts, bread, muffins, breadsticks. It’s everywhere. And for good reason.
Everyone is onboard the Cauliflower Express right now, and I can’t say that I blame them. Cauliflower has been a serious game changer for those who want to eat delicious foods, but need to keep those carbs and/or avoid grains.
And today’s recipe for Roasted Cauliflower Hummus recipe is about to knock your cauliflower-lovin’ socks off!
Taco lovers…today I’ve got a game changing recipe for you that I hope will make you happier than a bird with a french fry!
I’ve recently discovered Jicama Tortillas, and you guys, they have literally changed my life.
I LOVE me some tacos, but traditional tortilla shells can use up a lot more Points than I’m willing to spend. So I was ecstatic to give these jicama tortilla a try and see if they would make a good alternative to corn or flour tortillas.
If you love cauliflower rice, then today’s recipe is going to make you super excited!
I’m sharing a wonderfully quick and easy low carb side dish recipe for Cauliflower Rice with Sumac. It takes just minutes to throw together, which is perfect for when you need an side dish STAT, and has such beautiful, bold flavors.
Usually referred to as Kefta, Moroccan meatballs are traditionally cooked in a tagine, but since that is one more cooking tool I just cannot squeeze into my already overstuffed kitchen, I’ve found that using my Instant Pot or Slow Cooker gets the job done just as well.
And you won’t believe how wonderfully they turn out! These Moroccan Meatballs are super tender, juicy, and wonderfully seasoned with Moroccan spices and fresh herbs. They are simmered in a delicious, rich tomato sauce that is so good, everyone will want seconds!
I’ve had the idea for this Tuna and Garbanzo Bean Salad for quite a while now, and my ideas have finally come to fruition! In a quest for a quick, easy, delicious, satisfying and healthy tuna salad, I created one seriously amazing dish.
Since Weight Watchers has updated their program to include so many 0 Points foods, it’s so fun and easy to come up with lots of low Points recipes that are so filling and delicious. And my Tuna and Garbanzo Bean Salad is the perfect example of that.
Raise your hand if you went a little overboard this holiday weekend and ate or drank more than you should have. Yep. Me too. Guilty as charged.
But don’t worry – today, I’ve got a fantastic recipe for helping you get back on track this week and to help get you prepared!
My Crock Pot Salsa Chicken recipe is what is going to save me this week. And it can be a big a help to you too!
One of the best things about living in California is the access to amazing Mexican food. From a “Mom and Pop” hole in the wall, to upscale gourmet, there is definitely no shortage of Mexican restaurants here. And the endless option of fresh, delicious and unique foods they provide make it pretty darn hard not to fall in love with Mexican food. And I have no shame in admitting that I am head over heels!
One Mexican side dish recipe that almost ALWAYS makes it onto my plate is refried beans.
By now, if you’re active on social media, and follow along in Weight Watchers communities, you’ve most likely heard about the infamous 2 Ingredient Bagel Recipe. It’s all over the Internet, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Basically, there’s a recipe using just 2 ingredients to make a delicious, low calorie dough that is being used for bagels, pizza, breadsticks, rolls, naan, pretzel bites and SO. MUCH. MORE.
There is just something about the flavor combination of butter, wine, and garlic that blows my mind every time I have it. The salty, creamy butter with the bold garlic is balanced out by the acidity of a crisp white wine, and it is nothing short of heavenly.
Those flavors all come together in this beautiful Chicken and Mushrooms with Garlic Wine Sauce Recipe. A dish that is elegant and sophisticated enough for a dinner party, but easy enough for a quick weeknight dinner recipe.
Ever have those times where you really want some sliced onion on your salad or sandwich, but you don’t want to cut into a whole, fresh onion just to get a few rings? Well then, today’s Easy Pickled Onions Recipe is about make you super excited.
Pickled onions give you all the flavor of raw onions, but with an added zing that comes from the pickling process. They are very simple and easy, and take just a few minutes to make.