Veggies, Veggies, and More Veggies!

It’s no secret that I am a veggie fan!

I sometimes choose them as my main and only entree, because they are filling, nutrient filled, and DELICIOUS!

I thought to myself, as I roasted a pan of baby squash and a pan of brussels sprouts yesterday, “I should do a post with all my veggie recipes!” Then I realized, “Oh, too bad it’s not an actual measured recipe!”

I’m that girl who just tosses things into the pan with olive oil-I eyeball it! So, I compiled a list of links to some amazing veggie recipes from my friends at Greatist.com, BuzzFeed Food, and others….so you can do it the “right” way.

29 Ways to Eat Vegetables That Are Delicious

Brown Bag Salad Recipes

SkinnyTaste Oven Roasted Cauliflower

Martha Stewart’s Baked Eggplant Parmesan

9 Mouth-Watering Spaghetti Squash Recipes

51 Easy and Healthy Veggie Sides

If you’re interested in what seasonings I do use for dishes like these:

10960733_10204481038520008_1116741649_oI source most of these things from Costco and Trader Joes, FYI.

Kirkland Organic No-Salt Seasoning

Lawrys Garlic Salt

Dorot Frozen Crushed Garlic

Dorot Frozen Basil

Red Pepper Flakes

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Your favorite balsamic vinegar (toss roasted brussels in it after they’re done, or boil it down to a beautiful reduction to glaze them with-also makes a pretty presentation for company)!

It’s that easy! I hope this gave you some ideas to incorporate more veggies (and healthy deliciousness) into your meals! If you have your own favorite recipes and links, send them my way at SeeSondraSlim@gmail.com, or leave them in the comments! Can’t wait to see what you try!

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Simple Broiled Salmon and a Side Dish to Die For!

Tonight was good eats, for sure!

Simple Broiled Salmon

What You Need:

Salmon fillet(s) (I bought one that was just short of 1 lb. and ended up getting 3 portions from it. You could do it individually, if you prefer)

Fresh chives (chopped)

Cilantro (chopped or dried. I used dried because I had it on hand)

Garlic Salt

Fresh ground pepper

1 lemon (juice of half, and slice the rest)

What You Do:

Season salmon fillet(s) with garlic salt, pepper, chives and cilantro. Squeeze your 1/2 lemon over it, and put in heated skillet (I had mine on medium high for about 3 minutes before hand to get it really hot). You want to get a pretty crust on both sides of the fillet… for the size of mine, it was about two minutes per side, put lemon slices on top of fillet, and then transfer skillet to oven. I preheated the oven to a broil on 375 degrees.

Broil fillet for about 5-7 minutes (time may vary depending on size of fillet. Keep and eye on it to make sure!). Fish is ready when flaky and has a soft pink color (not as bright and salmon-y colored, in other words).

Hungry?!

Hungry?!

This salmon is great with salad, or on it’s own.

If you’re feeling adventurous and looking for delectable side dishes, look no further.

I am trying to get into this quinoa craze. It seems like a no-brainer for people like me, because it’s a protein packed seed, versus a whole grain. It is actually ridiculously versatile, as well, which helps make it not be a boring complement to your favorite dishes!

Tonight, I used some pantry staples and a little produce I picked up to doctor some quinoa into a delectable side dish to make my salmon, and my tummy, happy!

Sondra’s Super Quinoa Salad

What You Need:

8 oz quinoa, cooked (I use the pre-cooked organic kind from Trader Joe’s in the freezer section It’s 3.99 for (2) 8 oz packages and just needs 4 minutes in the microwave. Presto! You’re a magician)!

1/3 cucumber, peeled and diced

2 tbsp. Sundried Tomatoes, chopped coarsely

2 oz roasted bell pepper (I used some from a jar of red/yellow mix I got at TJ’s packed in water for $1.99), chopped

Garlic Salt

Fresh ground pepper

1 tbsp. EVOO

1 tsp. Lime juice

1 tbsp. Mixed garlic

What You Do:

Basically, all you need to do is mix this all up in a bowl.

Boom. You’re done. Thank me later.

Super Simple. Super delish!

Super Simple. Super delish!

Super tasty, really good for you, and this made about two servings for me. I put some in my container for lunch with the salmon, and some in a container in the fridge for dinner later. It’s great warm or cold, and you could easily multiply the recipe for a crowd… it’d be awesome for a get-together, a vegetarian option, or a snack! I am actually in love with it… and I’m not big on quinoa to begin with!

What else did I pack with it? A couple of Cutie mandarin oranges. I am slightly addicted lately, and I don’t mind, because they’re a great alternative to the other sweets I could be inhaling. Besides, all the Vitamin C should keep me from getting sick anytime soon!

That’s all for now, but I have more yummy recipes, fun news, and more coming your way!

If you try these recipes, or even put your own spin on them, share with me!

You can post your photos to the wall on the SeeSondraSlim page on Facebook, or use #SeeSondraSlim on Instagram and Twitter to catch my attention! I would LOVE to see what you come up with!

‘Til Next Time!

XOXO

Nature Box Review (and 25% off for YOU)!

I am super excited to tell you all about one of my new FAVORITE Subscription Boxes.

I learned about Nature Box recently, and after seeing it all over Twitter and other blogs, I decided I needed to give it a shot! My first Nature Box arrived last week, and it came with the standard five snacks, plus a bonus “Welcome Snack!”

NatureBox

For just $20 a month (don’t you hate when people say “just” and practically spend your money for you? LOL), you will receive 5 Nutritionist- approved, healthy snacks delivered right to your door! From what I gather, there is typically a 6th one snuck in there, as well. 🙂

For the August Box, it was a “Back to School” theme. In the box, I received the following snacks:

1. Santa Fe Corn Stix: These crunchy little sticks taste like salsa! I am not typically a fan of these types of snacks, but these are just zesty enough to satisfy a salty craving, with flavors of tomato, green pepper, and onion.

Serving size 1/3 cup (about 5 servings per package). 140 calories, 6 g fat, 250 mg sodium, 2 g fiber, 1 g sugar, 2 g protein, 20 g carbs

2. Sweet Blueberry Almonds(Vegan): I initially wasn’t sure how I felt about these, but they are delicately sweet, with all the health benefits of yummy almonds! Nature Box suggests whirring 1 cup of these babies with a pinch of sea salt and 1 teaspoon of honey for a sweet and delicious almond butter! That would be fun to use in a smoothie, or for a twist on a PB and J!

Serving size 1/4 cup (about 4 servings per package). 170 calories, 13 g fat, 3 g fiber, 6 g protein, 6 g sugar, 9 g carbs

Teriyaki Twists(Vegan): These crunchy rice crackers are flavored with soy and paprika. I am honestly not a huge fan, but if you like those trail mixes with peanuts and the little salty soy crackers, you’d enjoy these!

Serving Size 1/2 cup (about 5 servings per package). 110 calories, 0 g fat, 1 g protein, 190 mg sodium, 3 g sugar, 26 g carbs

4.Cherry Berry Bonanza(Vegan): I did a little happy dance when I saw these!! A delicious mix of dried cranberries, cherries and blueberries make the perfect topping for oatmeal, salads, baked goods, and more!!

Serving Size: 1/2 cup (3 servings per package). 130 calories, .5 g fat, 5 mg sodium, 3 g fiber, 30 g sugar, 33 g carbs

5. Cocoa Waffle Wafers: I was also delighted to find these bad boys in my Nature Box, but I have to admit I was a little disappointed in these! They are very subtle on sweetness, but they’d be a perfect complement to a scoop of gelato or ice cream, or even peanut butter (cookie butter, if you’re like me and can’t get enough of it at Trader Joes)!

Serving Size 28 g (about 22 wafers, 2 servings per package). 110 calories, 2.5 g fat, 125 mg sodium, 4 g protein, 1 g fiber, 7 g sugar, 19 g carbs

6. Cheddar Pub Pretzels (Welcome Gift): Now these are tasty!! I wasn’t expecting to like them so much, since I am more into sweets these days (I blame anesthesia), but they are really tasty and would be great for a get-together where you set up some savory snacks to pair with your favorite brew or cocktail!

Serving Size: 9 pieces (5 servings per package). 120 calories, 3 g fat, 320 mg sodium, 1 g fiber, 1 g sugar, 21 g carbs

Although all the snacks weren’t 100% winners for me, one thing that really appealed to me with Nature Box is that after your first shipment, you can customize your snacks and pick what you want. As a person with a lot of food allergies (mango, coconut, banana, avocado) it’s nice to be able to choose rather than get something I can’t enjoy!

All in all, I am really impressed with this Subscription Service! I love the convenience, and I am excited to maximize what I am sent. I know they are part of a balanced diet, and I am going to divide the snacks up into small snack baggies. Based on the serving sizes, I will have snacks for the work week for 3-4 weeks! Totally economical…and affordable!

Ready to sign up for YOUR first Nature Box and see what I am raving about? Click here, and use code “REFER25” for 25% off your first order! That is a savings of $5, on the basic $19.95 package, or more if you have more people in the house and opt for a package that has more goodies arriving to you!

What are some of YOUR favorite healthy snacks? Do you think Nature Box is right for your healthy lifestyle? I want to hear all about it!!!

*This post contains affiliate/referral links that may benefit me as a consumer/subscriber/reviewer. Feed the bloggers, and please use my links if you decide to subscribe!*

That’s all for now, but I have Subscription Box fever, and more to share soon!

‘Til Next Time!

XOXO

SeeSondraStrategize: Healthy Ways to Hit the Town!

Hey Lovelies!

It’s a sad fact: Most people think your days of eating out after weight loss surgery (or just if you’re trying to live a healthier lifestyle) are over .Done-zo. Finished.

It doesn’t have to be that way!!!

Since I first decided to have WLS back in the beginning of 2011, I was determined to figure out how my old life and my new body could live in harmony.

When it came to the idea of eating out, it never occurred to me that I’d have to stop altogether. I was more worried about the fact that I’d most likely end up wasting mass amounts of food if I ate out frequently. My personal favorite weight loss blogger, Shelly, over at The World According to Eggface is a genius when it comes to what she calls re-purposing her leftovers. I could easily do this, but frankly, I’m a little too lazy!

There are a few simple things to keep in mind when it comes to eating out.

1. Plan your attack!

Technology is amazing! You can check out a restaurants reviews, read a menu, find directions to get there, and so much more. A few minutes before or during the car ride to the restaurant is all you need to set yourself up for sit-in success! I like to use Yelp.com to check out different options in the immediate area, and after finding one that has high reviews and decent prices, I click through to the menu on the link typically provided.

Whether you’re keeping it low-carb, low-cal, low-fat, or just treating yourself on your “Reward Day,” this is a fabulous resource! See what local connoisseurs highly recommend and adapt it to your needs! Sometimes, I’ll find myself craving a burger or tacos…and I’ll indulge! I order tacos and dump all the filling in a bowl with my favorite red sauce, and it’s heaven. Order a perfect turkey burger and get it wrapped in lettuce or with no bun period. You’d be surprised how much something tastes like heaven, even if you eliminate the part you used to live for!

2. Avoid Fast Food 

I totally said it. You gotta understand, even before I had WLS, I couldn’t really handle a lot of fast food. Sure, I’d get a craving for Taco Bell and binge my brains out, but I couldn’t STAND the way it made me feel! I REFUSE to eat at McDonald’s…so you won’t find any tips for that here. Luckily, places like Taco Bell have gotten creative and adapted their menus with healthier options, but I still prefer to just keep my distance. If you’re in the market for fast food, here are some suggestions from Shelly’s blog that I find useful. My personal choices at the “fine dining establishments” are noted in italics next to hers. 🙂

In & Out Burger: “Protein-style”
Single Cheeseburger with grilled onions (Protein style = wrapped in lettuce
instead of a bun)

Taco Bell, Del Taco: Order of Pintos & Cheese/refried beans with a scoop of meat or
chicken added

El Pollo Loco:
Grilled Chicken Breast (single piece – they are huge) or $1 side salad minus
tortilla strips & the $1 Chicken Taco El Carbon. I discard the tortilla and
dump the chicken on the salad. Great meal for $2. I go for the small Chicken Tortilla Soup.

McDonald’s: Premium Caesar Salad with Grilled
Chicken, no dressing (ask for salsa packets)

Carl’s Jr: Cranberry, Apple, Walnut Grilled
Chicken Salad (ax the walnuts if you are sensitive to sugars they are glazed) or
they will wrap any of their burgers in lettuce. Just ask for the “Lettuce Wrap”
version

Sbarro: Side of Meatballs
or Sausage with Sauce

Wendy’s:
Chili

Jack in the Box: Denver Breakfast bowl
minus the hashbrowns & white cheese sauce, Southwest Chicken Bowl or
Teriyaki Chicken Bowl minus rice

Subway, Submarina, Quiznos: They will turn any of the subs into salads. Watch the
dressings, ax the croutons/breadsticks/flat breads. I like Quiznos soup
too

Starbucks: Egg White Whole
Wheat Feta Wrap, Oatmeal, Protein Plate giveaway the date bread, Soy Lattes. I personally go for the Grilled Chicken and Hummus Bento Box, Protein Bento Box, or a fruit and yogurt parfait (the raspberry and peach is REALLY good)

Jamba Juice:
Oatmeal with banana. I typically get a kids sized smoothie from the new kids menu, and a CherryAlmond oatmeal if I am really hungry. Or, I’ll go ahead and get a 16oz fruit and veggies smoothie!

Chipotle: Burrito
Bowl minus rice (this will feed an Army)

Baja Fresh: Tortilla Soup (minus tortilla
strips)

Chick-fil-A: Chargrilled
& Fruit Salad (newly discovered), Kid’s Meal Grilled Chicken Nuggets with
fruit salad and water.

Rubio’s: You can have grilled fish on any
of their salads. Ask for dressing on the side or better yet use salsa.

Diners, IHOP, Denny’s: Scrambled
Eggs with Cheese is my standard. If they have turkey sausage even better. I typically look for the “lighter side menus” at all these restaurants and get the egg whites or one egg, turkey sausage, and fruit! I fight the urge to order pancakes or hash browns by eating bites of Sean’s!

3. Caring is Sharing

It’s the simplest trick in my book! Opt for things like your favorite Chinese place in the neighborhood, and share single entrees family style. We are inclined to order so much takeout, but you’d be surprised how much food (unnecessary calorie-laden food) it is! Whether you’re housing  new, smaller stomach, or just trying to cut back and eat better….sharing is foolproof! Sean and I will get Broccoli and Beef, Won Ton Soup and by the time we finish the soup and the entrée comes, we hardly eat any steamed rice! Ask for options like brown rice or extra veggies to kick your healthy into overdrive, and NEVER, EVER feel like it’s tacky to share. It’s your money…and it’s your stomach! The Chinese restaurant won’t pay for your funeral!

Or for those Girls’ Nights? Try family style food. I went out with the girls to a Tapas Bar and we shared 3-5 small plates and a pitcher of sangria…and it was perfect! For Alex’s Bachelorette party, we went to The Melting Pot, a trendy fondue restaurant and shared a bunch of food. It was just enough for each person without being overwhelming, and we all got to try different menu items.

4. Order from the Kids Menu or Happy Hour Menu

My favorite fast and lazy “I got off work so late and I’m not cooking” meal? A 4 piece chicken nugget kids meal from Chik-fil-A with a fruit cup instead of fries, and a diet lemonade. If I’m really feeling dangerous, I’ll order regular lemonade. I know…such a rebel!! You can do this with places like Chipotle, Panera, Noodles and Company, etc. Not only do I have a “fast food” meal that doesn’t make me feel all lethargic and disgusting…I spent less money and ate waaaayyyy less calories than I would have would a regular combo or Value Meal. Winning! My other go-to? My friend Katrina and I have monthly Happy Hour dates to catch up, and usually end up at The Elephant Bar! Elephant Bar, Pei Wei, and PF Changs are awesome because they have these healthy and delicious chicken lettuce wraps! Low-cal, low-carb, tons of protein, and enough for two people, and just $5 during Happy Hour!!

The most important thing you can take away with you from any “dining out” experience?

Your leftovers! There was a time where I felt guilty leaving any food on my plate. And I’m not one for leftovers, historically (I’ve gotten much better in the last 7 or 8 years, now that I pay for groceries!), but I’d rather eat just enough to be satisfied, and take the rest home. Sometimes I give it to a homeless person on the street. Sometimes I let Alex and Josh know they’re up for grabs in the fridge. Sometimes I give it to Sean’s mom for her lunch at work the next day. It doesn’t matter what you do…just don’t stuff yourself once you’re done eating. It’s time we stopped letting food be more than just nourishment! It doesn’t need to rule your emotions or comfort you…just needs to sustain you until the next meal!

That’s all for now, but I hope I have given you something to work with the next time you head out for a meal on the town!

Sound off! Leave me a comment and tell me what YOUR favorite tip(s) are for eating out when you’re trying to eat healthier?

‘Til Next Time!

XOXO

You Want Some Water with That? (Or, the Latest Recipes in my Repertoire).

Why, hello all! I was originally going to do the latest installment of the 30-Day Challenge today, but I’m sore and lazy, so I will post the recipes as promised, and you will most likely see my half naked body in the next day or two. 🙂 I have been drinking water like my life depends on it (wait…..) as of late, and trying to cut out all juice and other sugary beverages, hence this post’s title. It seems to be going pretty well! I carry hard cups with me everywhere, and I drink at least 32 oz at bootcamp, and at the gym. At this rate, I should be see-through any day now!

….on to the good stuff!!

To start, some of you may have noticed I really like pesto. I recently decided to make my own pesto, instead of buying store bought. I use my old Trader Joe’s pesto jar to store it in, and voila! Pesto on demand when the mood hits me!

I use my handy dandy Magic Bullet blender, but you can easily use a food processor instead. Not gonna lie…I don’t really measure things. I usually just need enough for one meal or one serving, and I put enough ingredients in the “tall cup” attachment to make it.

Sondra’s Presto Pesto:

Ingredients:

Fresh Basil Leaves

Pine Nuts (I just buy the amount I need at Sprouts. More economical, less wasteful)

EVOO

Fresh Garlic

Shredded Parmesan Cheese ( the hard stuff!)

What You Do:

Add all ingredients to blender, pulse for about 45 seconds, or until it develops a coarse grainy texture……and you’re done.

If you don’t own a Magic Bullet, that probably made you reaaaallllly want one, huh? Lol.

With this pesto, I made a yummy shrimp dish last night:

Pesto shrimp scampi with broccoli and parmesan. Yum!! ❤

Sondra’s Pesto Shrimp Scampi with Broccoli and Parmesan:

What You Need:

1 lb whole, raw, peeled shrimp

1 bag broccoli florets (I prefer the Fresh and Easy steamer bags. They were recently on sale for 99 cents, and I just stick in the microwave for 2.5 mins and they’re cooked perfectly for this recipe!)

2 tbsp garlic, diced

2 tbsp EVOO

1 tbsp butter

2 tbsp pesto

Shredded parmesan

Vermicelli pasta (you could also use spaghetti or fettuccine….I just had vermicelli on hand)

What You Need to Do:

First, get your water started for the pasta. I had the water going while I cleaned and prepped ingredients, so that by the time it’s ready to strain, the main part of the meal is ready to go. Add half your EVOO and some salt to taste to your pasta water (I use garlic salt).

In a sautee pan, you want to get your EVOO heated up. Coat pan, and add garlic, pesto, and butter. Add shrimp, and sautee on medium heat. Shrimp cook quickly! When you see the pink start to form, flip them to the other side, and add broccoli. Flip pan a few times to evenly coat all ingredients, and turn heat off. Add parmesan, and let it start melting while you strain the pasta. Add salt and pepper to taste, if you like. I typically add EVOO and garlic salt to my pasta after straining.

Next? Simply put some pasta in a dish, top with the scampi, and it’s DINNER TIME! I typically do not indulge in pasta, but I made dinner for Josh and Alex as well. You could easily eat this without any pasta, and it’s actually really great cold the next day! Great source of protein, a good amount of vegetables and healthy fats, and it’s deliciously rich without excessive cream sauce or ridiculous amounts of butter.

Tonight?? Tonight was pork roast!

I caught a great sale on Pork butt roast at Fresh and Easy yesterday, and decided to try my hand at a roast. It’s so hot outside, that I definitely have my regrets….but I am excited!

Sondra’s Bootylicious Pork Roast (Get it?!)

What You Need:

Rub:

Dijon mustard

Pesto

Garlic salt

Asiago cheese

Pepper

EVOO

Cayenne Pepper

Dried Basil

Dried Oregano

Roast:

2-3 lb Pork Butt Roast (Or whatever cut you want. I’m no expert!)

Whole garlic cloves

What You Do:

In a small bowl, mix equal amounts of mustard and pesto ( I eyed mine to the size of my roast, which was 2.95 lbs). Add all seasonings, and stir in a bit of EVOO until smooth.

Trim fat off roast, and put in the center of a roasting pan. I coated it in EVOO and garlic salt like the package suggested, and then rubbed my mixture to coat all sides as well. I added some whole cloves of garlic on top, because roasted garlic is a favorite of mine! Also, when trimming the fat, I put a couple of cloves in the fold of the roast, near the bone. The package recommends cooking the roast 20 minutes for each lb.

Before!!!

During!

Dinner is served! And, my house smells FABULOUS!!!

Typically, you want to let a cut of meat like this “rest” for about 20 minutes before you slice and serve.

For sides, I used Fresh and Easy’s new Kitchen to Go line. From the Italian family, I got the Garlic Potatoes: Baby new potatoes with garlic, rosemary, lemon and onions! As a BzzAgent, I was recently chosen for a Fresh and Easy campaign, and I used my $2 off coupon on the potatoes, and only paid $2 for them! This new line of practically ready-to-eat meals is not only on a gournet-level, but you have the choice to pick just a side, or create an entire meal for four.

Photo Credit: Google.com

Often times, you can create a whole meal for a family of four for under 15 dollars, in less than 20 minutes! Does it get much better for a bootcamp going, recipe-blogging diva on a fitness mission? NOPE! The dishes are preservative free, nutritiously conscious, and amazingly delicious. Don’t even get me started; Ashley (yup! YOU MADE IT TO A THIRD BLOG ENTRY!) and I have our routine that we call “Gym ‘n’ Easy.” When we hit the gym Weds-Fri at lunch, we hit Fresh and Easy right after! They have $6 cold lunch combos wtih options like gourmet cheese and fruit protein boxes, delectable BBQ chicken salads with fresh fruit and greens….plus you add a drink and a side like chips, apple slices, or a mix of pineapple and strawberries….for six dollars. And then there’s the clearance section where we tend to find a tasty dessert for under $2. It’s delightful! Plus, F&E stores use 30% less energy than typical stores, and with things like self-check out, store-brand fresh and inventive products, and helpful knowledgeable staff? Fresh and Easy has set a new standard for green and efficient stores across the board.

Photo Credit: Google.com

One last gush about Fresh and Easy? They, like most stores, have started a new loyalty program called the “Friends Card.” You get points for every dollar spent, and 2-3x points for select items periodically. You can also load special savings onto your card easily from their website, and 500 points=$5 to shop with! I currently have $7 in points that I am saving. Once I get to a big dollar amount, I think I’ll make a fabulous dinner for Sean and I, to celebrate our success in our new fitness endeavors! And, it will be a ridiculously healthy meal!

Check out the selection and the amazing differences that Fresh and Easy brings to grocery shopping here!

Speaking of these new fitness endeavors, those of you who’ve known me for awhile know that I am not a fan of eating breakfast. I drink protein smoothies or pre-made protein shakes, because the thought of eating in the morning typically makes me feel really sick. Lately, knowing that I’m waking up early for boot camp (which, I might add, is kicking my BUTT), I have been making a conscious effort to wake up thirty minutes earlier, and make myself a protein-packed, real breakfast. You need feul to kick ass, right?

Today? I used a whole wheat sandwich thin (I like Splitz brand, which I grabbed an 8-pack of at F&E for $2.99), and toasted it. While it was toasting, I got one egg in a small skillet, and hard cooked it with salt and pepper, topped it with a slice of F&E sliced mild chedddar (they were on sale 2 for $6 Monday!) and then topped the sandwich thin with it, and voila! 15 grams of protein, 290 calories, and the perfect feul to get me through the morning. I took a protein shake to work in case I was hungry when 12pm came around, but I was still feeling great, and didn’t even end up drinking it.

Goooooood Morning! All you need is a paper towel, and you’ve got a healthy and amazing “grab and go” power breakfast!!

Well folks, that’s all for now. But I  really am trying to make more of an effort to share my recipes on here; I really just throw ingredients together, and my ideas fortunately come to good conclusions. Healthy eating doesn’t have to be dreadful, hard, or expensive. It can be efficient, delicious, and affordable! I’m here to help!

Hopefully, you see something that you like, and you try something new. If you try my recipes, or you try Fresh and Easy, let me know how it goes! Time for me to eat my dinner, soak in some more epsom salts, and get ready for bootcamp in the morning, and the gym at lunch!

‘Til Next Time!

XOXO