{Nourish} One Pan Greek Shrimp and Vegetable Bake

While today may be the first official day of fall, the 90 degree weather has another story to tell. Hot and humid hardly has me craving stews and pumpkin so I’m taking advantage of this opportunity to share one last summer-ish dish. Honestly, this One Pan Greek Shrimp and Vegetable Bake will likely make my dinner rotation long into the fall and winter months because it’s a crowd pleaser and, of course, it’s easy! It’s naturally gluten free and easily dairy free, just skip the cheese! Whole tomatoes, zucchini and onions roast up with shrimp and fresh herbs in minutes. Top it all off with some feta cheese and you have dinner ready with only 10 minutes of hands-on cook time! Continue reading “{Nourish} One Pan Greek Shrimp and Vegetable Bake”

{Nourish} Healthy Cooking Video: 3 Ingredient Parmesan Chicken

NBThrive Kitchen: A Healthy Cooking Video Series

Hey friends! It’s an exciting day on the blog as I am launching my new video series, NBThrive Kitchen! I have always been more of a tactile and visual learner and I’ve found my client are too. That’s why I am thrilled to bring some of our favorite recipes to life with these short and sweet healthy cooking videos. First up is one of our all-time favorite recipes, Parmesan Dijon Chicken. This easy recipe will be on your plate in 15 minutes which is awesome considering how hectic fall schedules can be. Take a look, give the recipe and try and let me know what you think!

For the complete recipe, visit the full blog post here: Parmesan Dijon Chicken!

And don’t forget about side dishes. Here are a few of my fall favorites!

How to Roast Vegetables: A cheat sheet

Fall Kale and Brussels Salad

 

TGIF!

Katie

{Nourish} Mix and Match Morning Muffins

Mix and Match Morning MuffinsMornings are hectic in our house and I know I am not alone. The start of the school year has shaved an hour off our morning routine and let me tell you, I am feeling it. The thing that has suffered the most? Breakfast. My solution? Single serve cakes for everyone. And, while these taste utterly decadent and delicious you’ll be happy to know they are equally as nourishing and satisfying. These mix and match morning muffins have kept me semi-sane. Healthy, hearty and super yummy, they are easy to make and easy to customize to please your crowd. Plus, they are naturally gluten free, grain free and low in sugar. And, we LOVE them. You will too! Continue reading “{Nourish} Mix and Match Morning Muffins”

{Nourish} 5 Ways To Prolong The Shelf Life of Your Produce

It pains me when I have to throw out produce that is past it’s prime and I find that this tends to happen more this time of year when local produce is more abundant. In an attempt to decrease my food waste, I have devised a few tips and tricks to help me use up what’s in the fridge and I sure you have some tips of your own, so please share!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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{Nourish} Tomato and Peach Caprese Salad

Tomato + Peach Caprese SaladThis time of year, a juicy, sweet tomato with a pinch of sea salt and a drizzle of olive oil tastes like pure bliss. Add stone fruits like peaches, apricots, plums and nectarines into the mix and I am in heaven. This salad is exactly that and don’t be intimidated by the presentation. It’s no more than a few slices of each, arranged on a plate with some fresh mozzarella and really simple seasonings. Continue reading “{Nourish} Tomato and Peach Caprese Salad”

{Nourish} Stop Buying Salad Dressings and Make Your Own, Here’s Why

Why You Should Make Your Own Salad Dressings Plus DIY RecipesEvery week I refill a mason jar with extra virgin olive oil, lemon juice, herbs and spices, and then give it a shake. It takes no time at all and the taste, it’s magic. Even better, my salad dressing making routine has saved me from the frequent temper tantrums I used to have in front of the salad dressing aisle at the grocery store. Why? The vast majority of the dressings available at the store are crap and this includes the refrigerated varieties and the innocent-sounding, organic vinaigrette. CRAP. Continue reading “{Nourish} Stop Buying Salad Dressings and Make Your Own, Here’s Why”