All recipes and meals are made with organic, real food and/or NON-GMO products.
Chicken sausage with couscous and veggies (carrots, cauliflower, broccoli, and brussell sprouts)
- chicken sausage (pre-cooked)
- olive oil and butter
- follow directions to make couscous in cast iron pot add seasonings and…(add your own combo of butter, olive oil, and coconut oil)
- After couscous has begun to simmer, add sliced sausage and frozen veggies of your choice and cover pot
- occasionally mix to stir in all flavors
- Once cooked, serve or reheat the next day
Can be added to a broth for soup.
Chicken soup Dump: with all the veggies you have and can add to the soup:
- whole chicken
- olive oil
- coconut oil
- cooked the potatoes, and mushrooms in a cast iron, at the same time I cooked the tomatoes, olives, and barley in a cast iron pot…then added it all together.
- place remaining veggies and ingredients and chicken in slow cooker, add seasoning of choice.
- remove chicken when done and peel off meat (save extra chicken for other meals)
- scoop hot soup and yesterdays barley and veggies into bowls for hot and yummy meals.
- after soup cools, mix into container with barley and veggies.
LEFTOVERS: ENCHILADAS-Mommy Style
Chicken soup MADE into chicken enchiladas. While I can eat chicken soup EVERY day, Dino does not want that, but I want him to have the goodness of the meal.
- chicken soup drained of all broth
- whole wheat wrap
- shredded cheese
- pasta sauce
- olive oil
- drain chicken soup of all broth (let broth go back into container)
- Coat pan with olive oil
- Place shredded cheese evenly on one wrap and layer chicken and veggies on wrap
- fold wrap twice and leave room for more enchiladas.
- Repeat as many times as you like (make as thick or thin as you like)
- I coated pan with olive oil and added shredded cheese to one wrap, I folded it twice and repeated this
- spread sauce over enchiladas and sprinkle cheese on top
- Bake at 350 degrees for 20 mins or longer depending on how crunchy you want them
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Yes, buying organic/NON-GMO is expensive. Until there is a big change in food production and what consumers buy, healthy choices will always be more expensive. If you want to start small with organic…here are some great tips.
How to eat organic on a budget. Practical ways to eat well when you can’t afford organic. Dear Mom who can’t afford organic.
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