Now for dinner using the Paleo method.
Mmmmm baked chicken legs with roasted broccoli and carrots! The veggies were good but if you take the skin off that chicken, it’s bland city! The original recipe is here from Paleo Betty. Maybe the legs we used were too big because they were still raw after the recommended 45-50 minutes. I had to put them in another 20 minutes. I defaulted back to my love for lettuce wrap after mowing down my plate of veggies. The rest of the family ate it all up. Whoo Hoo!
Saturday mornings are a really fun time for breakfast at our house. We don’t have to rush anywhere in the morning so we go BIG and stay home! This little guy is cooking up some Mice Melts from our seriously tattered Shrek Cookbook that we won online about 4 years ago! It’s an easy recipe.
1 package of English Muffins
1 package of Ham (thin sliced lunch meat)
1 cup grated mild cheddar cheese
Slice English Muffins in half and toast them in the toaster.
Take 1 egg and whisk
Add 1 cup grated cheese, salt, pepper and a dash of Worcestershire sauce.
Take your muffin half and put a piece of ham on it and add your cheese mixture.
Place it on a wire rack that sits on a cookie sheet
Broil on Low or Medium until the cheese is golden brown. That’s it!
This is my breakfast! It’s a Blueberry Vanilla Smoothie. I tried an almond and blueberry recipe that I found in Men’s Health magazine but I didn’t like it so I tweaked it into this yummy goodness right here.
- Vanilla flavored protein
- Frozen blueberries
- Vanilla flavored Almond Milk
- Break out your blender!
- Add 2 scoops vanilla flavored protein
- Add 1 cup blueberries (frozen)
- Add 1 cup vanilla flavored almond milk
- Add 1 banana
- Blend until smooth