Simple recipe. Easy prep. Minimal cleanup. This super easy lightly sweet cake uses chocolate chips (or chunks of a dark chocolate bar) and toasted nuts.
With soft corn tortillas, lean beef, pinto beans, and cheese, this easy casserole will quickly become a family favorite. And it’s gluten-free.
There are more vegetables than pasta in this creamy chicken dish and it all cooks in one pot… start-to-finish including prep: 30 minutes.
This is simple Polish comfort food you can make in 20 minutes. Cabbage and onions are fried and mixed with egg noodles. Try my sauerkraut version.
These chewy bars are full of dark chocolate, toasted pecans, oats and whole wheat pastry flour – no white flour, no butter. Gotta love that!
So many cancer superfoods in one bowl: broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, kale and tomatoes. Make this easy vegetable soup in 30 minutes.
This salad is my “Health Insurance Policy” and a part of every meal I prepare at home. It’s full of high antioxidant vegetables and a simple olive oil vinaigrette.
Ground chicken breast makes delicious meatballs with just a few simple ingredients. For the softest meatballs, cook them right in the sauce.
I’m sharing my Polish heritage with a simple recipe for cabbage rolls stuffed with ground sirloin, rice & mushrooms – it’s one of my most treasured recipes. They freeze well.
Learn how to make your own granola bars. My easy recipe has lots of protein and fiber plus dried cherries and chocolate chips.
Big crispy crunchy oatmeal chocolate chip cookies made with no white flour or butter, made even crunchier with toasted nuts.
Anyone with a Dutch oven can bake this foolproof artisan loaf made with oats and whole wheat flour using the overnight method. It takes no work, just time.