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There’s something about a chicken tender, isn’t there? You immediately feel guilty eating them, but they bring you right back to childhood when it was totally acceptable to order those every time you went out to dinner, no matter what kind of restaurant it was. I LIVED on chicken tenders growing up. Nowadays though, I prefer my food a little more sophisticated (most days). Every once in awhile though, I want some good old chicken tenders. So I decided to make my own – a healthier version so I could feel a little less guilty about it.
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There’s something about eating chips and dips while watching football. It’s just total perfection. This weekend I was seriously craving spinach artichoke dip. But in an effort to lighten up one of these all-time favorites, I decided to try something new. I wanted something that still tasted like traditional football watching munchies. So I went semi-healthy. I didn’t touch the holy grail that is spinach artichoke dip. I’m sorry, I just firmly believe that it needs every bit of mayo, cheese and sour cream that the recipe calls for. So the only option was to change the vessel that you use to eat the dip. And spinach artichoke stuffed mushrooms was born. I still got to eat this yummy treat without quite as much guilt.
This dip. GUYS. You have to try it. Creamy jalapeño artichoke dip. Yum, yum, YUM! Have you ever had the Costco version of this? It’s surprisingly delicious (and even more so when warmed up a bit!). What is it about dips? They are so tasty and so easy! We should all be making dips at home on a regular basis. In my quest for duplicating restaurant/store bought items, I decided to give this a try. It was much easier than I thought. There’s only 5 ingredients – jalapeños, artichokes, cream cheese, mayo, and parmesan cheese. I played around until I found a version that I liked, and here it is.
I had this pasta salad at a local sandwich shop and my daughter gobbled it up, so I wanted to try and duplicate it. It was pretty easy and came out so good. It will definitely be a staple for barbecues all summer long!
The fried egg is all the rage now. Is there anything that you can’t put a fried egg on? I’ve seen it show up on burgers, rice bowls, avocado toast, breakfast hashes, tacos, stir frys and on and on the list goes. I see the soft boiled egg slowly creeping on the fried egg yumminess….maybe in 2017 we’ll all be like, fried eggs were sooo 2016. Who knows. That’s been known to happen before. Remember those days when eggs were considered unhealthy!? HA! Or when sweet n low was considered a good alternative to sugar? Double HA!