Category Archives: Dinner

Honey BBQ baked chicken tenders

You just can’t beat fresh honey! Check out this LIVESTRONG article about the benefits of local raw honey:

https://www.livestrong.com/article/266247-benefits-of-local-raw-honey/

It’s great for so many purposes but we especially love it in recipes! These baked chicken tenders turned out great….full of flavor and just delicious!

http://honey.com/recipe/honey-bbq-baked-chicken-tenders

The National Honey Board has a terrific website with information and several recipes! http://honey.com/

A perfect side dish with BBQ chicken is potato salad. This recipe is a little time consuming but it is worth it! You’ll have plenty of leftovers for a couple days to enjoy or share with a friend.

https://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/mama-s-potato-salad

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Slow cooker beef stew

It’s that time of year to bring out the slow cooker more often and serve up warm comfort foods.  This beef stew recipe is a great dinner choice!  


It’s a delicious and hearty meal that is quick to put together and loaded with beef, potatoes and fresh vegetables.  

https://skinnyms.com/slow-cooker-thick-chunky-beef-stew-recipe/

Cheeseburger Mini Meatloaves

Hungry Girl's Healthy Cheeseburger Mini Meatloaves Recipe

New dinner idea!  These mini meatloaves were easy to make and full of flavor.  I like to follow Hungry Girl on social media and try some of her recipes.  I served this dinner with boiled potatoes and sliced tomatoes and peppers.  Kid approved too!

Click here for Recipe!

Chicken Waldorf Salad

I think this is my new favorite lunch!!  It’s fresh, healthy and delicious! 


I ran across a BeachBody nutrition guide last week and I’m so happy that I found it.  There are several great recipes in the little book that I am anxious to try.  

This simple recipe is cooked chicken breasts, apples, walnuts and grapes and topped with a citrus vinaigrette.  A little dressing goes a long way, you only need 1T per serving.  



Also kid approved but w/o the dressing.  Enjoy!

Chicken Stir Fry


This is one of my favorite recipes that a nutritionist gave me a few years ago.  It’s very fresh, simple to make and delicious! 

Cook chicken in broth- 3oz per serving.  In olive oil, cook red and green peppers and onion.  (Optional- add broccoli and mushrooms). Add diced chicken and pineapple chunks into vegetables and cook 5 minutes longer.  Serve stir fry with sliced tomatoes.