Erik and I have been loving this Honey Sriracha Meatball recipe. I originally found a recipe on Pinterest a few months back from Eat Your Self Skinny and I’ve been making my own version, almost once a week, ever since. These meatballs are a great substitute for chicken and they add variety to our meals. We’ve been eating them as our protein with vegetables in Buddha bowls or simply by themselves as an appetizer. The flavors of sweet and spicy will explode in your mouth. These are definitely not my mama’s Italian style meatballs but they don’t fall too far behind….
Please tell me I’m not the only one having a hard time adjusting after the holiday weekend. After spending a few days on the lake with the family, it finally started to feel like summer. Fast forward a few days later and I’m back to reality, sitting at my desk in an air conditioned room, starring at the sun through the window. Oh what I’d give to have a 3 month summer break like the old days!
If Salmon is new to you and you’re still trying to figure out how to cook it, try this recipe! This honey glazed salmon is a game changer, it’s flavorful and simple to make….
Do you ever wonder why so many movies and T.V. shows have scenes where characters are eating Chinese takeout??? Whether it’s eating alone while coping with a breakup or indulging cross legged on the floor in an empty home, Chinese food is always there!
I found this Cashew Zoodles recipe in the Whole30 cook book and then modified it to make it my own. If you’re not into zoodles, I still recommend making this sauce because it’s amazing. I may or may not have been eating it by the spoonful… I loved it so much that I made it again the next day and used it as salad dressing over my spinach and kale salad. Even Erik loved it, so that’s a plus. Did I mention its Whole30 and Paleo approved with no added sugar?