Best Homemade Fettuccini Alfredo

What you’ll need… 32 ounces of sour cream 1 stick of butter 16 ounces shredded Parmesan cheese 1/2-1 Tablespoon garlic powder 2 teaspoons or more of black pepper 8 ounces (you can do more or none at all it’s up to you) stem and pieces mushrooms canned 1-2 boxes of cooked pasta your choice Optional:Continue reading “Best Homemade Fettuccini Alfredo”

Chicken Roll Ups Recipe

Looking for a new easy hearty family casserole to add to your dinner rotation…then look no further. My mother’s, “Chicken Roll Ups,” will be sure to feed and please the whole family. You might already have everything you need in your pantry or refrigerator. Ingredients 2 cups shredded cheese (any kind we use Colby orContinue reading “Chicken Roll Ups Recipe”

Considering being a Vegetarian?

It’s been over 15 years since I made the decision to become a vegetarian. This choice was made when I was very young (low middle school). For me the choice itself was simple. I didn’t really care for the taste of meat and my own morals/logical reasoning made the decision rather second nature. Overcoming aContinue reading “Considering being a Vegetarian?”

Whole30 Challenge Day 25

The countdown is on and now the looming question begins of what to eat in the days after Whole30? What habits changed and what new habits do I keep? As much as you want to stop Whole30 you’ve also worked hard to get to where you’re at so changing your new Whole30 lifestyle seems almostContinue reading “Whole30 Challenge Day 25”

Whole30 Challenge Day 24

After a couple of rough days, it was great to feel good again. Lots of rest, eating at home, and not skipping meals is key to success when it comes to Whole30. Teaching definitely increases your appetite and exhaustion levels. Add trying to eat on a packed day of teaching and impromptu responsibilities is aContinue reading “Whole30 Challenge Day 24”

Whole30 Challenge Day 23

After a terrible Day 22, I’m trying to keep it together this last week of Whole30. There’s many challenges to face up ahead. I’ve conquered birthday parties, vacation, and going out to dinner. Now we have a family get together “pizza party,” to trudge through. There’s baking cupcakes, brownies, adult beverages, and yes pizza. AndContinue reading “Whole30 Challenge Day 23”

Whole30 Challenge Day 22

How is it even possible to have such a great day 21 and such a terrible day 22? This was by far the worst and hardest day to date. I blame myself. It was a stressful busy day and I felt behind on everything including eating, packing, or being prepared. I wanted to give up.Continue reading “Whole30 Challenge Day 22”

Whole30 Challenge Day 21

Why can’t all days be like day 21? What a great day with little to no food cravings. Breakfast: banana, unsweetened almond milk and coffee Lunch: carrots and guacamole, Lara bar, cashews, small macadamia milk with espresso Dinner: small baked potato with salt, cooked broccoli and carrots, side salad with greens/carrots/tomatoes/hard boiled eggs/cabbage Snack: miniContinue reading “Whole30 Challenge Day 21”

Whole30 the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Well it’s over. I survived. It is possible to do Whole30 even as a vegetarian. Here’s a few things I learned. 1. You will most likely lose weight. I won’t give you exact inches or pounds, but you will look and feel thinner. Within the first week I was already noticing a difference. Others noticedContinue reading “Whole30 the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”

Whole30 Challenge Day 20

I thought it was just me, but I read recently something about Whole30 that made me feel a little better. There will be days where you aren’t very hungry and nothing sounds good and other days you’ll want to eat anything and everything and still be hungry. (I feel like this can happen when you’reContinue reading “Whole30 Challenge Day 20”