Steamy Creamy Squash Packet

My daughter’s favorite veggie (well, second favorite if we count tomatoes) is zucchini. During the summer months, we grill up zucchini and summer squash regularly, and she devours it like she’s never getting another meal. So it has become a standard ingredient around our house, and I love finding new, creative ways to use it. … Continue reading

Fettuccine Alfredo

Yes, you read that correctly … Fettuccine Alfredo. Of course, this is going to be a MUCH healthier version than what most of us are used to. But decidedly yummy! This is yet another contribution from my friend, Kim, who is simply amazing with the recipes. This has been fully Lean & Green approved by … Continue reading

Zucchini Noodles & Shrimp

One of my new favorite foods has been shrimp. Back in the day, the only way I would eat shrimp was deep-fried, with something unhealthy to dip it in. Now that I have learned the pleasures of eating nutritiously, I have found all kinds of new ways to enjoy this delicacy. I stumbled across a … Continue reading

Cabbage Casserole … again …

As we are only about a month away from St. Patrick’s Day, I figured it was time to re-visit my Cabbage Casserole recipe. And this time, I wanted to make sure it is fully Lean & Green compliant. So, with some minor tweaking from Nutrition Support at TSFL (some of the most amazing people on … Continue reading

Broccoli and Mushroom Casserole

Time for another new vegetarian recipe! I came across a whole collection of yummy sounding recipes that I am tweaking and working with TSFL’s Nutrition Support on. This one would still require a protein serving to make a full lean & green meal. But it’s a yummy way to have the veggie portion of your … Continue reading

Vegetarian Crockpot Lasagna

I was recently looking for some Lean & Green crockpot ideas, because I am all about the easiest meal possible. And it really doesn’t get any easier than the crockpot, right? I stumbled across a recipe for crockpot lasagna. As it was, fully vegetarian, but not approved for the 5&1 plan, because it still had … Continue reading