Beef Pot Roast Soup

Beef Pot Roast Soup

Tender beef, carrots, onions, and potatoes slow simmered in a low-sodium broth. This Beef Pot Roast Soup is just the thing to warm you up this winter!   I haven’t been doing well at posting new recipes. Too be honest, I’m struggling a little bit with the change to a low-fat, low-salt, no red meat… [read more]

Low Sugar Slow Cooker Cinnamon Apples

Low Sugar Slow Cooker Cinnamon Apples

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser, Walmart. All opinions are mine alone. #WarmthInACrust #CollectiveBias I’m stuck in a perpetual winter. No, really, around here it seems like winter starts in October and doesn’t end until almost May. Since it’s only the middle of January, we have quite a bit… [read more]

Victory Pig Sicilian Style Pizza

Victory Pig Sicilian Style Pizza for #SundaySupper

If you’re from the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Pennsylvania area this copycat Victory Pig Sicilian Style Pizza will bring your back to your roots. If you’re not, read on to learn about one of my favorite Hometown Foods.   This weeks #SundaySupper is being hosted by Coleen from The Redhead Baker, and it’s all about Hometown Food! My… [read more]

11 Delicious Low Fat Casseroles

11 Delicious Low Fat Casseroles

Last month I posted in the Facebook group I run asking what round up of recipes my friends and readers would like to see. My close friend Michelle said Casseroles, and I thought it sounded perfect for January. Casseroles are comfort food at it’s best, but let’s face it, they are usually full of fat,… [read more]

Low Fat Turkey Meatballs

Low Fat Turkey Meatballs

Keep all the flavor but lose the fat with these juicy, delicious meatballs that are simple to make and bake in 30 minutes.   I really love homemade meatballs. I love meatballs so much someday I will be an Italian grandmother, only I’m not Italian! In all seriousness, I love Italian food so much more… [read more]

Crunchy Baked Flounder

Crunchy Baked Flounder

Simply seasoned and crunchy baked flounder perfect for weeknights. Serve with steamed vegetables or a healthy salad for a complete meal without a lot of calories. My daughter loved fish when she was between the ages of 2 to 4. I’m not talking about the store bought fish sticks most kids like, I’m talking baked… [read more]

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Light Eggs Benedict

Light Eggs Benedict for #SundaySupper

Starting off the new year by lightening up one of my favorite indulgences, Eggs Benedict. This Eggs Benedict recipe is made lighter by using egg whites instead of whole eggs, light English muffins, turkey bacon, and topped with shaved asparagus and a much lighter version of Hollandaise sauce. Enjoy your New Year’s diet!   The… [read more]

Shrimp Scampi with Linguine

Shrimp Scampi with Linguine #WeekdaySupper

Quick and easy to make, using leftover cocktail shrimp, this Shrimp Scampi can be on your table in less than 30 minutes. Serve with a salad and crusty bread for a complete meal everyone will love!     Well, I have some news. Beginning in the new year, I’m going to be focusing a lot… [read more]

Bacon and Goat Cheese Stuffed Onions

Bacon and Goat Cheese Stuffed Onions

Whole sweet onions stuffed with a simple filling of bacon, goat cheese and butter, these mild and salty onions make a great side dish or first course. If you love these and would like to see more: <<<<I would love for you to subscribe to my blog so you never miss a new recipe, review,… [read more]

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Oyster Stew with Crispy Prosciutto

Warm and satisfying, this oyster stew is simple to make, yet elegant enough for your New Year’s celebration. Ready in less than 30 minutes, or make a day ahead. The first, and to be honest, only other time, I ever had Oyster Stew was at a fair, and I didn’t like it at all. Since… [read more]

New Year's Eve Appetizers

42 New Year’s Eve Party Appetizers

Can you believe it’s almost New Years? I’ve had great time this year making recipes, trying new foods, improving my photos, and can’t wait to see what 2015 will bring! Do you have a New Years party that you throw every year, go to someone’s house, or just stay home and watch the ball drop… [read more]