Easy-peasy, quick recipe today. All you need is some fruit, cinnamon, and a blender!
Hello! As promised, here’s another delicious soup recipe for the week. Tinola is a Filipino soup I grew up eating almost weekly! It combines chicken, greens, and a savory broth, typically served over rice.
Everyone has their own on take on Tinola, so feel free to add your own twist. Here’s mine 🙂 (more…)
Good Morning! I know, I know… I’ve been quite neglectful in my posting. It’s so easy to get wrapped up in everything else that other things fall by the wayside and this, unfortunately, has been one of them. So to apologize, I’ll be doubling up on my recipe posting! Yes, yes. You’re welcome 😉 Stay tuned for some Paleo goodness later this week!
I think I have a meatball addiction. Anything shaped and cooked into a little golf-ball sized sphere of meat makes me happy. So to break the cycle, I give you individual meatloaf. Yes, it is meatball like, but not round! So there, I win. Read on for the recipe. (more…)
I absolutely love Filipino food – it’s so savory and delicious. When I was young, my Lola (grandma) watched me everyday and cooked chicken adobo at least once a week. The smells coming from the kitchen were intoxicating and drew me in – cartoon style, feet floating and nose following the visible aroma. I always look forward to chicken adobo over rice on the kitchen table. These days I’m avoiding rice but the flavors of Filipino adobo are so versatile they can be added to almost anything. In this case, I’ll share with you the wonders of Filipino adobo style bok choy!
There’s not much to this recipe at all. It’s more of a quick dessert/gift/project to make when you need sometime sweet and not even close to Paleo-friendly! Arrange them nicely on a platter or put them in clear gift bags with a pretty ribbon! It’s that easy! What you need:
- Bag of square pretzels
- A few rolls of Rolos
- Bag of halved pecans
- Baking Sheet
What you need to do:
- Preheat your oven to 350 degrees
- Arrange pretzels on a baking sheet
- Place one Rolo on each pretzel
- Bake for about 10 minutes, or until Rolos are soft and melty. Don’t leave them in the oven too long or they will turn into something mushy and scary.
- Push a pecan into each Rolo
- Let cool, then serve!
You’re welcome 🙂
Thanks for stopping by and ALOHA!
Juicing and smoothies are the way I prefer to start my mornings because they are crisp, refreshing, and a perfect wake-me-up! However, breakfast for dinner works too – and I am not opposed to ending my day with one! Here’s a vitamin packed concoction that’s not too sweet but extremely satisfying.
I feel like I am forever cooking, especially on Sundays. I’m not complaining – because I love to cook and eat fresh food – but sometimes I exhaust myself looking for something new and yummy to cook. I’m pretty adventurous with my meals and don’t mind trying new things, but my mom is a different story. She’ll usually eat whatever I cook, but the following recipe is one of her favorites. It’s a dressed up version of a classic AND it’s Paleo-friendly. What more could you ask for? (more…)