Green Chile Chicken Enchilada Casserole

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This green chile chicken enchilada casserole is the perfect entree for your family dinner. Find the recipe here!

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Green Chile Chicken Enchilada Casserole

Happy Friday, everyone! Today, I have a perfect solution to, “What am I going to cook this weekend?!” This green chile chicken enchilada casserole recipe is super easy, tastes great, and makes a lot of leftovers. Throw it in the oven tonight and you won’t have to worry about cooking again until Monday night! This is also an easy weeknight meal to throw together. Prep your chicken in the slow cooker ahead of time (I do this all the time!) and it takes no time to make after a busy day.

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Healthy Snack: Red White & Blueberry Banana Split

This Red White & Blueberry Banana Split is the perfect quick and easy snack for Independence Day.Β 

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Red White & Blueberry Banana Split

July 4th is a week from tomorrow! Aside from Thanksgiving, 4th of July is one of my favorite holidays. Growing up, I always spent the day at my grandparents’ house and we would make the short walk down to the park to watch the parade and see some vendors. Later in the day, we’d return for the carnival, and of course take in some fireworks. The time in between was always spent eating a snack (and probably another snack). Today’s recipe is the perfect snack for a day like the 4th of July, whether you spend it in a park, on the beach, in the mountains, or anywhere else. Bonus: It’s easy. It’s so easy I’m not sure it can really be classified as a recipe. Try it out!

Ingredients:
1 Banana, Sliced
1/4 c. Greek Yogurt
2 Strawberries, Sliced
1/4 c. Blueberries
2 tbsp. Unsweetened Coconut Shavings
1 tbsp. Dark Chocolate Chips

Directions:
Place banana slices in a bowl and top with Greek yogurt
Add sliced strawberries and blueberries on top of yogurt
Sprinkle with coconut shavings and dark chocolate chips
Enjoy! πŸ™‚

This snack is also great post workout! The carbs from the fruit combined with the protein from the yogurt make the perfect pair while the chocolate chips and coconut shavings add just a touch of sweetness. If you try this snack out, I’d love to know your thoughts on it!

Red White & Blueberry Banana Split

Question: What is your favorite simple snack?

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Rainbow Coleslaw: Side Dish for Summer

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Make your summer BBQs a breeze with the easy and beautiful rainbow coleslaw side dish!

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Rainbow Coleslaw Side Dish

If you asked my husband, he would tell you that I’m Type A and need to have a plan for everything. It’s true! Every week, prior to making our grocery list, I sit down to make our meal plan for the following week. I plan breakfast, snacks, lunches, and dinners. But wait… I think I forgot something? Oh, that’s right–a side dish to go with dinner! It never fails. My husband will walk in the door from work when I have dinner 98% complete and he’ll ask, “Ok, so we’re having [fill in the blank], that sounds good. What are we having to go with it?” With wide eyes and heart palpitations I’ll reply, “Umm… More [fill in the blank]?”😳 He loves me, despite my shortcomings.😜

Anyway, in an effort to combat this inevitable event I texted my mom one afternoon in a scramble for a side dish and asked, “I’m making BBQ chicken tonight. What should I make to go with it?!” To which she quickly replied, “Coleslaw?” Thanks, Mom. Saving my life since 1988! This was a fantastic idea since I had some Brussels Sprouts and Purple Cabbage in the fridge that needed to be used up. All I needed was a beautiful carrot and the perfect mix of sweet and savory (plus a little spice for the hubs) to throw it all together. Fifteen minutes later and dinner was ready to go–side dish and all!πŸ’πŸ»

The result was what I call Rainbow Coleslaw and something I will definitely be incorporating into our meal rotation more often. It can easily be doubled (or tripled) to serve a large crowd and with just a few swaps can be whatever you need it to be. Don’t want mayo? Sub in Greek yogurt! Add some nut butter and suddenly it’s Asian inspired. Throw in some chili powder or cumin and use it to garnish tacos! The possibilities are endless–my favorite kind of recipe!

Ingredients:
1 c. Brussels Sprouts (4-5 sprouts), chopped
1 c. Purple Cabbage, chopped
1 Carrot, shredded
1/2 tsp. Sriracha
1 tbsp. Soy Sauce
2 tbsp. Mayo
2 tbsp. Dijon Mustard
2 tbsp. Apple Cider Vinegar
1 tbsp. Rice Vinegar
1 tbsp. Lime Juice
2 tbsp. Maple Syrup
1 tbsp. Olive Oil
Salt & Pepper, to taste

Directions:
Wash/chop Brussels Sprouts and Cabbage
(I used my One Second Slicer to make this a breeze!)
Shred carrot
Mix cabbages and carrot in a bowl
Add in other ingredients and stir until well combined

This recipe serves approximately four people.

Rainbow Coleslaw Side Dish

Question: What is your go-to side dish when you’re in a pinch for something quick and yummy?

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Sweet & Green Smoothie Bowl

Last week, when I was on Spring Break, I took advantage of all my extra time and made a smoothie every day. I love smoothies — after a workout, as an afternoon snack, and as a sneaky way to fit in more veggies. I wish I had time for them more often, but unfortunately, I’m afraid a blender in my classroom would disturb my students as they try to work. πŸ˜‰

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Sweet & Green Smoothie Bowl

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