I recently signed up for the Engine 2 Meal Planner but I have yet to put it to the test. When the skies opened up and dumped a ton of rain on my kiddos and I after school the other day, I decided that it was the perfect time to test out one of the recipes that I had bookmarked, Pasta e Fagioli! Soup during a downpour just sounded amazing.
Here is a list of some of the lunch box items that my kids will get throughout the school year. I am not perfect. I don’t cut their crackers into duck shapes or their sandwiches into suns and moons (truth be told, my kids hate sandwiches). I strive to have a few healthy options in their box every day.
I’ve never met a Texan who doesn’t like migas. The word is derived from the Spanish word for “crumbs,” and the dish is traditionally made using eggs, cheese, sausage, tortillas and salsa. Part of the Tex-Mex food culture, it’s a dish that creates a very satisfying melody of tastes. Served with a side of healthy refried beans, corn tortillas, salsa and fresh fruit, with this dish mornings just don’t get much better.
This lasagna is SO amazing, your family will literally be raising the roof in celebration! To make this recipe Seven-Day Rescue Challenge compliant, omit the tofu and use more sweet potato, and skip the cashews and top with nutritional yeast.
One of my favorite meals growing up was a plate of frozen Stouffer’s macaroni and cheese, which I’d make myself whenever my parents went out to dinner. After cooking it in the oven for 30 minutes, I’d excitedly pull a stool up to our horseshoe-shaped kitchen island and dig in while watching my favorite TV show, The Wild, Wild West. Pure decadence. This macaroni not cheese would make childhood me just as happy!
With Memorial Day around the corner, thoughts are shifting toward summer. And why not - summer means sunshine, swimming, vacations and amazing food! Produce is fresh (and often more affordable), parties are plenty and th...