Burrito Bowl

Adapted from here. 

Sorry my picture was terrible, but I promise it tasted great!


So as you can see we used ground beef here, threw in a pepper and some frozen corn and used pinto beans (I think?!). Best thing about this is it’s different almost every time I make it! Next thing to try is to sub quinoa for the brown rice….stay tuned! 🙂


Good Friday Fish


Easy and quick tonight, mahi mahi filets were Trader Joe’s (frozen) and I mixed up this quick spice rub and baked them for about 25 mins (they were still partially frozen) .

Our veggies are done this way quite a bit in the warm weather, coarsly chopped and drizzled in olive oil, a little Montreal seasoning and grilled in our much loved grill basket.  If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it! 

Spring Snow

With the cold weather Sunday night, we opted for some slow cooker deliciousness.

Guinness Beef Stew

With my crock (which is I think 6qts), I don’t pay too much attention to amounts of meat or veg listed, I just know I want it to be about 3/4 full. So I roughly halved this recipe and I cooked it on high for 7 hours 🙂 The only thing my husband had to say about it was, “Should have added more Guinness!” 🙂


Happy St. Patrick’s Day!


Paleo Shepard’s Pie

I modified a bit as this was my second time making it. I loveloveloved the colors this combo of veggies gave us and it was a good amount to feed the husband and I and give us leftovers for the next night.

I just made a bunch of mashed potatoes as I like them, enough to cover the top of the dish I was using. For the sauce I didn’t use a thickener (tapioca starch in the link) and for the filling I halved everything and subbed chopped spinach for the kale. I also tend to go heavier on veggies and lower on meat in general, but don’t tell my husband 😉