Category: Recipes: Beans and Grains

The Recipe ReDux – Cranberry Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies

Once again it’s time for the monthly Recipe ReDux challenge. This is the first and only recipe challenge founded by registered dietitians,The Recipe ReDux is focused on taking delicious dishes, keeping them delicious, but making them better for you. Each month there is a theme and this month’s theme is: Break Out of Breakfast Boredom Cooks aren’t always pressed for time in the mornings – they just need new ideas.  Talk about a perfect theme. […] read more

Sweet Potato Chickpea Curry

Curry is one of those foods that I could make again and again. You can swap out one ingredient for another such as replacing white potatoes with sweet potatoes. Or replace the chicken with chickpeas. That’s exactly what I did with this recipe. It’s suppose to be served over basmati rice but I usually just eat it as it is.   Sweet Potato Chickpea Curry   Print Sweet Potato Chickpea Curry Author: Penny @ Remake My […] read more

Pumpkin Maple Refrigerator Oatmeal

I think that just about says it all. It’s that time of the year when people’s thoughts turn from the warm, sunny days of summer to thinking about pumpkin and pumpkin spice flavored EVERYTHING! With that in mind decided to turn my regular refrigerator oatmeal recipe into Pumpkin Maple refrigerator oatmeal. Pumpkin Maple Refrigerator Oatmeal Print Pumpkin Maple Refrigerator Oatmeal Author: Penny @ Remake My Plate Prep time:  5 mins Total time:  5 mins Serves: 4 servings […] read more

Lentils with Fried Eggs

Lentils are little nutritional powerhouses. They are a good source of potassium, calcium, niacin, zinc, folate, iron and vitamin K. Plus they are rich in dietary fiber and protein. They are a nutrient dense food that can decrease your risk for many serious medical problems. Lentils can be worked into many dishes especially soups and they are easy to prepare. If you happen to be able to find canned lentils you can whip together this […] read more

Ham, Kale And White Bean Soup

Whenever I make a spiral ham I always save the bone. If you don’t want to use it right away it can be placed in a freezer bag and frozen for up to 6 months. What can you do with a ham bone? Well, when you cook it in the crockpot it makes the best ham broth for soup. It’s super easy to do. Simply take the bone that’s left over after removing much of […] read more

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