This Grand Marnier Cranberry Sauce is an amazingly delicious side dish that is quick to throw together in less than 30 minutes! With tart and sweet flavors complementing each other beautifully, I don’t know why we haven’t made it this way before.
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Spring means fresh veggies from the garden and it made perfect sense to post something that includes fresh lettuce with some protein in it. Let me introduce to you easy to make and low on sodium lettuce wraps made with ground chicken! This is a fast and attractive dish that can be made fresh or ahead for the work week without any loss in taste or visual appeal. I used leftovers of this dish multiple times and as long as the lettuce is bright and fresh – no one would ever guess that you are serving last night’s dinner.
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Looking for a healthier alternative to fried chicken nuggets? Such as a baked version that tastes a lot better? Or maybe just craving some chicken tenders in the convenience of your own home? Well, it only took 10 minutes of prep work and 30 minutes of oven time. And there you have an easy and healthy version of a typically unhealthy meal. After all, chicken tenders can be really good without all the frying and oil.
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This moist bread is full of the flavorful tastes of the Mediterranean: pesto, feta cheese, olives and sun-dired tomatoes. Made in under half an hour, it’s a great timesaver for the holiday season!
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This crescent-wrapped brie bread is quick and extremely easy holiday appetizer. You can enjoy your warm baked Brie with by itself or your favorite crackers!
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