Recipe Express

June 28, 2012 at 11:07 am Leave a comment

Hello!

Well you could say that I have taken a small hiatus from blogging.  Say 9 months…just enough time to have a baby.   Yes, that’s correct, I had a precious little baby girl, Annabel Pyper McBryde.

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One of the things you learn when you have a baby is how to do things and do them fast!  Whether its vacuuming (b/c your new baby deserves a clean floor, even if you never did), showering, going to the bathroom, and yes even cooking!  The biggest challenge with eating quick is staying healthy.  It’s easy to eat quick and on the go by grabbing processed junk foods like granola bars (what you may think is healthy), bagged chips, pop tarts, frozen dinners, and quick trips to your local fast food haven.  That’s why I called this post Recipe Express,  you actually cook healthy foods, but QUICK!  Quick can mean bland and tasteless, but today created a tasty alternative to sauteed chicken and vegetables.  I will try to keep posting quick and easy recipes.  Here’s a receipe threw together today.  

Sauceless BBQ Chicken and Vegetables (no sauce means no SUGAR)

 4 oz Pulled apart Rotisserie Chicken (already pulled apart in your fridge in Tupperware)

1 cup broccoli florets  (fresh or frozen) or other vegetable of your choice

1/4 cup chopped onion (I like green onion)

1 cup chopped fresh mushrooms

1 TBSP Lemon Juice

1 TBSP Apple Cider Vinegar 

1  tsp garlic  powder (you can also sub minced garlic as well)

salt and pepper to taste

Saute chicken and vegetables in a skillet with 1 TBSP Butter, Olive Oil or Coconut Oil for a few minutes, the add spices lemon juice and apple cider vinegar.

Plate, Eat and Enjoy!

Prep time was about 5-7 minutes. Feeds 1.

OK, I will admit that I did not get to enjoy the tasty treat until after I fed Annabel, first things first  But you can reheat it in the microwave and its just as good.   You could even double or triple the recipe, store in Tupperware and have ready for future meals.  Just zap in the microwave and enjoy anytime.

 

 

 

 

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Entry filed under: Diet and Nutrition, Recipes.

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