- SnapPea Crisps
- Sunflower seeds
- Whole Grain Ritz Sandwiches with Cream Cheese
- Snack: Graham crackers (not pictured)
I haven’t posted a Using Leftover Idea in some time so I decided to share this fun salad I made over the weekend with leftover pork loin. It came out amazingly awesome! A little higher on the calorie side than I expected but oh so tasty and filling. I loved it for a quick lunch.
I wanted to share this idea with you two days ago but I got a little distracted by “Good Morning America.”
Yup, good old “GMA”!
They contacted me in the morning on Wednesday about my stolen photo situation and before I knew it, I had a news crew at my house!
I finally did it!
I took the plunge, tried my hand at homemade granola and it came out crunchy and delicious!
It’s so good, I’m munching on it now! Read the rest of this post
I am writing to ask for your personal advice and review of food processors and blenders.
Cooking has become my almost full-time hobby this summer when I’m not working. I am truly inspired by your blog and have liked everything… Read the rest of this post
That’s the name of the dish that won my team the recent Food Lion Frugal Cook-Off Contest!
If you read my weight-loss blog, I shared the story there a few weeks ago, but I wanted to post the recipes here on GreenLiteBites as well. It just took… Read the rest of this post
This is the second time I’m using shirataki noodles for a recipe and I feel the need to explain as I know they are a polarizing product.
Some people only see them as a diet ploy because of the way they are marketed with names like “Skinny” and “Miracle.” They also have a funny smell and, unless you figure out how to prepare them, they can be quite gross. Read the rest of this post
I’m obsessed with eggs for breakfast. Almost every day I wake up early, hit the gym and then whip up an omelet with whatever I have in the fridge. It’s a morning tradition.
That is, when I’m home.
If you haven’t noticed… Read the rest of this post
Returning to an empty fridge after traveling is always a challenge. The husband literally wants to eat out every meal until we go grocery shopping. I, on the other hand, look at the lack of fresh foods as a challenge. What can I make from my pantry that’s healthy, satisfying and fun?
It gets exhausting making food for other people especially when those other people are kids. They never seem to want ANYTHING. Tonight I told the 8-year-old we were going to have chicken tacos. He said he didn’t want tacos. I said OK, how about a quesadilla? nope. A stir-fry? He made a face. Read the rest of this post
Green smoothies — you’re either in the make-them-all-the-time-camp, or you haven’t yet taken the leap because, let’s be honest, they look a little freaky.
I now find them appetizing. I guess it’s what you’re used to. Read the rest of this post