Chicken & Waffles Are Back!


I love the Nature’s Path Wildberry Waffles for making this combo….it’s so good! This time I used some frozen cranberries and a little stevia to make a cranberry sauce, and dark meat chicken, with a side of peas:



A little simplicity of HD Strawberry ice cream for dessert. 🙂


What’s your favorite ice cream flavor?



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No Pasta Lasagna



I came across this recipe on T-Nation for a no pasta lasagna that I just had to try. Lots of veg, meat sauce, lots of cheese. 🙂




No Pasta Lasagna:DSC_0008



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Black Bean Scramble



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Chicken & Waffles with a Homemade Blueberry Sauce



  • 2 waffles (I used Nature’s Path GF Wildberry)
  • 1 chicken breast
  • 1/2-1 c. frozen blueberries

Make the blueberry sauce while the chicken breast cooks. I pan-cooked mine.

To make the blueberry sauce, add the blueberries to a skillet on medium heat. As they start to thaw and release their juices, turn the heat up to medium-high and cook until reduced and a thick sauce forms.

Toast the waffles. Place chicken on top and scoop the blueberry sauce on top of both.


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Breaking the Fast: Protein Pancakes




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Amy’s Indian Matter Paneer


I’m back with another new product to me. Ethnic food, to me, is way better than most American foods (though I am a lover of a good burger). Not many of my friends are fans of Indian cuisine, so in a jiffy I’ll pick one of these up and pop it in the toaster over, cook up some chicken breast or thighs, and make a meal of it.



The flavor was great, and I’d never tried paneer cheese before after being vegan for awhile – I loved it! All of the Indian meals I’ve tried have been spot on in taste, texture, and quality. I highly recommend you trying one of these. I usually look for them to go on sale since it doesn’t have much protein and I add some on.

My plate: the above meal, plus okra pan-cooked in Indian spices, and some chicken.


Are you a fan of Indian food? What’s your favorite dish? For vegetarian options, I love the Baignan Bartha (eggplant), Bhindi Masala (okra…don’t knock it ’til you try it!), and Veg Jal Frezi.


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Turkey Burger + Amy’s Shepherd’s Pie

When I find products I wouldn’t normally buy at the store marked down, I’ll usually pick it up to see if it’s worth adding to my grocery list once in a while.

I don’t eat much frozen prepared foods but when I do it’s usually something like Amy’s Indian meals, which are awesome.

This guy was on sale, so I figured why not.



It was alright. Not something I’d buy on a regular basis, and I probably won’t buy it again. I didn’t like the mashed potatoes on top, but the vegetables underneath were good. Just reminded me too much of instant potatoes (maybe they were?)

The real highlight of my meal was a turkey burger topped with Applegate Farms organic cheddar cheese and some sautéed onions. Try it!


Do you eat many frozen/prepared foods?

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