Ahhh, salad. The ubiquitous term for all things healthy thrown together in one bowl, topped with whatever catches our eye (or our tastebuds), drizzled with a bit of dressing and devoured. It’s like sitting down to eat a big bowl of health.
Roasted Turkey Breast. Wow. Minimal effort and you have turkey for several days! Sandwiches, salads or by itself, and it couldn’t be easier! During warm months, like now, you can easily make this in the morning, let it cool and refrigerate – keeping the house cooler when things heat up. Continue reading “Roasted Turkey Breast – Perfect for a sandwich!”
It’s so exciting to find a new recipe that has good taste and is quick to clean up! The only time consuming part of this was the prep, but I like cutting up veggies, so it was all good!
I swear this is apple pie without the crust! I was craving an apple pie – but… make an apple pie, eat an apple pie. Probably not too good for the physique! So I scoured the Internet for recipes that were fairly healthy and this one fit the bill perfectly!
This recipe is by SkinnyTaste.com a great resource for recipes. This recipe comes together quickly, bakes for about 30 minutes (and makes your house smell amazing!) – We serve with a small scoop of ice cream. Really one half of a baked apple is plenty.
Delightfully Baked Apples
2 large apples (use whatever you’ve got), cut them in half, remove the core/seeds
2 tablespoons butter (not margarine)
2 tablespoons brown sugar, Unpacked (can use less)
2 tablespoons unbleached all purpose flour (can use GLUTEN FREE)
4 tablespoons oats (recipe calls for quick oats, I only had Old Fashioned and they worked fine)
Cinnamon, just a dab (add more if you like, I did)
Oven to 350℉.
Cut apples in half, remove seeds and core
In a small bowl combing the butter, brown sugar, flour, oats and cinnamon – then spread the mixture on top of the apple halves (I spread with my fingers right to the edges) – sprinkle with more cinnamon if you like.
Place on a cookie sheet (I covered mine in foil for a no-cleanup option) – bake for 30 minutes.
Serve warm with a scoop of ice cream if you like!
Catch you back here tomorrow!