Mommy and Dino’s Real Food Meals

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All recipes and meals are made with organic, real food and/or NON-GMO products.

 

LEFTOVERS: Chicken Casserole

COLLAGE leftover chicken made into casserle

Ingredients:

~ leftover chicken soup (drained)
~ olive oil
~ shredded cheddar cheese

Directions:

1. coat cast iron skillet with olive oil or butter
2 drain chicken soup 
3. place on cast iron skillet and layer with cheese
4. bake at 250 for twenty minutes until heated up and cheese is melted
5. serve.
6. LOOKS NASTY…BUT TASTES SO DARN GOOD! 

Boneless chicken thighs and veggies 

COLLAGE boneless chicken thighs

Ingredients:

~ boneless chicken thighs
~ olive oil
~ butter
~ coconut oil
~ brussel sprouts
~ broccoli
~ carrots
~ spinach
~ seasoning

Directions:

1. marinate chicken with seasoning of your choice and olive oil
2. coat pan with butter and coconut oil
3. place thighs on skillet along with frozen veggies
4. sprinkle more seasoning on top for added flavor
5. cover and bake at 350 for thirty or forty minutes
6. CAN BE CHOPPED UP TO MAKE QUESADILLAS, ENCHILAADAS, PIZZA TOPPINGS, OR CHICKEN SALAD. 

 

LEFTOVERS: Chicken quesadillas

COLLAGE leftover chicken made into quessaditllas with sauce2

Ingredients:

~ whole wheat wraps
~ sauce
~ shredded cheese 
~ leftover over chicken thighs and veggies
~ olive oil

Directions:

1. coat pan with olive oil
2. place whole wheat wrap down, layer with sauce then cheese
3. layer DICED chicken and veggies on top, then more sauce and cheese
4. cover with whole wheat wrap
5. bake at 250 degrees for twenty minutes or when crispy on top, carefully flip over

 

Couscous with chicken and veggies

COLLAGE couscous chicken sausage veggies

Ingredients:

~ pre-cooked spinach and feta chicken sausage
~ couscous
~ garlic and onion
~ frozen veggies
~ frozen spinach
~ olive oil
~ butter
~ seasoning

Directions:

1. coat cast iron pot with butter, coconut oil, seasonings, garlic and onions
2. Cook couscous according to directions
3. once you turn dial to simmer, throw in cut sausage and veggies
4. cover and simmer until all cooked.
5. CAN BE ADDED TO A SOUP
6. *****WHEN SERVING I ADDED SOME BONE BROTH AND TUMERIC POWERDER- GREAT FOR IMMUNITY SUPPORT AND PREBIOTICS*****

Butternut Squash Soup

Some recipes for butternut squash soup Deliciously Organic Gluten Free Goddess Southern Girl Eats Clean Wellness Mama though I changed it up a bit and added more coconut milk, ginger and turmeric and and took out the chicken broth. I love mixing it with leftovers and taking it to work…such a wonderful taste!

COLLAGE swuash soup2

I know I shared this last week, but still loving how great this is for a Recipe Organizer…

I found a better way to store all my recipes. It’s free and easy to use! I got the idea after reading http://food.thefuntimesguide.com/2009/10/recipe_organizer_software.php. It’s so easy to add my recipes, I can make folders and put copies of all the recipes in as many folders as I want. I can add the links and pictures from my blog posts. The best part I can easily read and share the recipes on my laptop at home or on my phone.

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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.

http://foodbabe.com/ http://www.100daysofrealfood.com/

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Comments

Mommy and Dino’s Real Food Meals — 4 Comments

  1. So many yummy recipes here! We just spent a week using up leftover chicken in burritos, soup and quesadillas. Soup is usually last on my leftovers list because of the broth, but I love how you even changed that up!

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