Avocado, Hummus, Turkey Wrap Recipe

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Looking for a summer sandwich alternative? This 6-Ingredient Avocado Hummus Turkey Wrap Recipe is a protein packed power house that is super easy to make and will keep full all day long

Summer is a crazy time for our family.

Both of my kids are in swimming and diving. Which means Hubs and I spend a fair amount of time in the evenings watching their swimming/diving meets.

And these meets usually occur around dinner time. We try to be healthy and frugal (because eating out two times a week can kill our budget and our waistline) and do the “cooler” thing, but sometimes the thought of having another sandwich is enough to send us running toward Chic-fil-a and a creamy milkshake.

Meet our savior…this Avocado Hummus Turkey Wrap Recipe.

I love this wrap for several reasons, but mostly because it requires little refrigeration (because hummus can be held at room temperature way longer than normal condiments). And it has avocado, which provides a great source of fat and keeps me filled up and away from the snack bar mid-way through the meet. Plus, this wrap is SUPER easy to make, while still looking and tasting like a grown up meal.

(Just be careful on the type of wrap you pick…something those little things are SUPER calorie dense and you’d almost be better off eating a Snickers and Ice Cream from the snack bar.)

Looking for a summer sandwich alternative? This 6-Ingredient Avocado Hummus Turkey Wrap Recipe is a protein packed power house that is super easy to make and will keep full all day long


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Southwest Bacon Roulade Recipe

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Roulade? It's a weird word that means wrap. Luckily this Southwest Bacon Roulade Recipe isn't weird, it combines simple ingredients PLUS BACON for a family friendly meal.



Roulade.

Anyone else not know what this word means? (And for the record, I had to look up the EXACT definition.) In a nutshell, it means stuff rolled up.

Yep, your favorite chicken wrap is a roulade. Feel fancy now?

This is Southwest Bacon Roulade recipe is a simple, but beyond YUMMY, CROWD PLEASING, KIDS ASKING TO HAVE IT AGAIN wrap.

The ingredients are basic, tried and true favorites. And don’t let the idea of an egg pastry base scare you…it’s super easy to work with. Plus, I love that this recipe could be enjoyed as either dinner or brunch. Add some salsa, a few slices of avocado and hot sauce, and you are set!

Fancy name. Family approved. Could dinner get any easier?

Roulade? It's a weird word that means wrap. Luckily this Southwest Bacon Roulade Recipe isn't weird, it combines simple ingredients PLUS BACON for a family friendly meal.



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Tastes Like Ice Cream Protein Green Smoothie Recipe

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Okay, maybe not totally like ice cream! But this Tastes Like Ice Cream Protein Green Smoothie Recipe is the creamiest smoothie EVER (just like ice cream) due to the combination of raw cashews, dates, and bananas.



Okay, so maybe the title is a little misleading.

Because no matter how you break it down, a green smoothie isn’t going to taste like Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Ice Cream. (We can still wish though, right?)

With that being said, I can say with 100% certainty that this “Tastes Like Ice Cream Protein Green Smoothie Recipe” is the creamiest green smoothie you’ll ever drink…seriously, it is as creamy as ice cream. (No joke.)

I love this recipe because it is HIGH in protein and fiber without having to add any super-expensive protein powder. The protein pack-punch is a combination of Silk Cashew Milk as the base for the smoothie, coupled with the raw cashews that have been soaked overnight.

(Yes, I said raw, soaked cashews. I understand if you think this is weird. I did too, until I had them for the first time, and then I was a FULL-ON believer in their power to create creamy, sweet yumminess.)

Plus, if you haven’t experienced the creaminess that is Silk Cashew Milk, you are missing out. My husband, who is lactose-intolerant, even said this morning, “This is the closest thing I’ve found to the taste of regular milk.” We love using Silk products as the base for our smoothies – they multi-task by providing creaminess and flavor all in one carton.

Plus, if you sign up for the Silk Newsletter, you’ll get money-saving coupons and recipes (which is always a nice plus for the dairy-free household) or check their arsenal of smoothie recipes at their Smoothie Solution page.

Okay, maybe not totally like ice cream! But this Tastes Like Ice Cream Protein Green Smoothie Recipe is the creamiest smoothie EVER (just like ice cream) due to the combination of raw cashews, dates, and bananas.



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Roasted Veggie Quesadilla Recipe

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This Roasted Veggie Quesadilla Recipe is a perfect summer meal. Put it together in minutes if you prepare the veggies beforehand in the oven or grill.



Summer is coming.

And with summer, my desire to cook or meal plan goes right out the window.

Call it the heat. Call it having the kids home. Call it the swimming pool. Call it whatever…all I know is that I need to have a few easy meals in my back pocket or else we eat peanut butter with jelly for dinner more times than I care to count.

There are three things I love about this Roasted Veggie Quesadillas Recipe.

  • ONE – lots of the produce needed comes from either a farmer’s market or your backyard garden.
  • TWO – you can make the veggies ahead and freeze. If you do that, just be sure to thaw and drain, otherwise you will have soggy quesadillas.
  • THREE – if the thought of cooking veggies in your oven during the summer makes you cringe, you can easily cook them on the grill in either a grilling pan or an old cookie sheet.

This Roasted Veggie Quesadilla Recipe is a perfect summer meal. Put it together in minutes if you prepare the veggies beforehand in the oven or grill.




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Homemade Pizza Pockets Freezer Meal Recipe

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Need a after school snack or lunch option? This Homemade Pizza Pockets Freezer Meal Recipe is easy to make, freezes well, and can be doubled for large crowds. Say GOOD-BYE to snacks with names you can't pronounce and ingredients equally as weird and make this homemade pizza pickets freezer meal recipe instead.



I have a pre-teen in my household.

He is also a boy.

And he is hungry all.the.time.

And while I would love for him to grab an apple, peel an orange, or munch on some carrots, because he is a pre-teen boy, he is drawn to foods with weird names like Takis, Sour Patch, and Protein Packs.

My compromise, these Homemade Pizza Pockets.

They are snack sized, so they are super easy to throw a couple in the microwave to have as an after-school snack. And they are equally as versatile as a “pack-from-home” school lunch item.

Two great things about this recipe.

  • You can double or triple it EASILY. Which is awesome for large families or ravenous pre-teen boys.
  • It freezes like a dream. So if you do decide to double or triple batch it, you can stick them in a freezer gallon-sized Ziploc bag and munch on them for the next 2-3 months. (Unless, you are a pre-teen boy and then it will take you exactly six days to eat a single batch.)

Say GOOD-BYE to snacks with names you can’t pronounce and ingredients equally as weird and make this homemade pizza pickets freezer meal recipe instead.

Need a after school snack or lunch option? This Homemade Pizza Pockets Freezer Meal Recipe is easy to make, freezes well, and can be doubled for large crowds. Say GOOD-BYE to snacks with names you can't pronounce and ingredients equally as weird and make this homemade pizza pickets freezer meal recipe instead.



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Simple Fruity Vinaigrette Salad Dressing Recipes

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These Simple Fruity Vinaigrette Salad Dressing Recipes are super easy to make, super flavorful with ingredients you already have on hand. Perfect for a spring or summer salad.



Salad season is here!

(And after that comes swimming suit season, but we’ll pretend that is a long away for now.)

For the longest time, I only used store bought dressings on my salad.

Homemade salad dressings looked hard to make with too many ingredients that I DID NOT have on hand. Then I came across these simple fruity vinaigrette salad dressing recipes and my life was changed.

Plus, adding fruit to a salad is a great way to get extra fiber, without a ton of calories. And who wants to put RANCH on a bunch of ripe strawberries?

These dressings are super easy to make, super flavorful, with ingredients you have on hand. And in many cases VERY LOW IN CALORIES. And did I mention LIGHT YEAR’S BETTER than anything store bought.

(There is a reason restaurants have a house dressing, people. And it is time you had a house dressing of your own.)

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Orange Creamsicle Juice Recipe

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Feeling under the weather? This Orange Creamsicle Juice recipe is three ingredients, packed with vitamin C and strengthens your immune system immediately. Plus, kids think it is super yummy too.



I’m not going to lie, this juice is like drinking a creamsicle.

And sometimes, we all just need a juice that tastes like dessert. #canigetanamen

This Orange Creamsicle Juice recipe is three simple ingredients – oranges, carrots and ginger.

But because of this juice is PACKED with vitamin C, it is perfect to whip up when you are starting to feel under the weather because it instantly strengthens your immune system. And as an added bonus, kids like it too.

(A note on the ginger: too much makes it a little spicy…so error on the side of a little goes a long way, because you can always add more.)

Feeling under the weather? This Orange Creamsicle Juice recipe is three ingredients, packed with vitamin C and strengthens your immune system immediately. Plus, kids think it is super yummy too.



(On a side note, most people I know complain about how expensive smoothies and juicing can get. For, me I’ve used an organic delivery system for years that is affordable and convenient. Using Door to Door Organics helps me stay on track with smoothies and juicing. In fact, they have a Smoothie and Juice in a Box, so you can make your own at home. Plus, I have an exclusive Door To Door Coupon Code to get almost 50% off your first box.)

Like this post? Check out How Green Juices Transformed My 40 Year Old Body.

How Green Juices Transformed My 40-Year Old Body

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Healthy Crispy Dijon Pork Tenderloin Recipe

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This low-calorie Healthy Crispy Dijon Pork Tenderloin Recipe is great for taking dinner up a notch without skimping on taste. Plus, it's SUPER easy.



Sometimes you want to take it up a notch for dinner. Maybe it’s to celebrate. Maybe it’s to reconnect. Or maybe, just because it is Thursday night. The problem I find, is that when you want to take dinner up a notch, all I can find are calorie-laden recipes (thank you Pinterest) that take me off my health goals and have leftovers that can taunt me for days. NO MORE! This Healthy Crispy Dijon Pork Tenderloin Recipe reminds me of an old school Pork Tenderloin Sandwich without all the fat, guilt, and extra grease. It’s really easy to make, is low in calories and could be whipped up on weeknight (just because) or a weekend (well, just because) with ease.

This low-calorie Healthy Crispy Dijon Pork Tenderloin Recipe is great for taking dinner up a notch without skimping on taste. Plus, it's SUPER easy.

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