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Overnight Strawberry Baked Oatmeal

Overnight Strawberry Baked Oatmeal

Ahh summertime is upon us. The strawberries are telling us that. They’re a bright, deep red. They’re juicy and sweet. They’re so simply delicious. I love to pop off the tops then carve out the remaining stem. After I get my fill of an entire 16 oz container, I like to add seasonal fruit to any of my staple dishes. I add sliced strawberries to salads, guacamole, and muffins (more on that later!). It just made sense to add it…

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Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

Gluten Free Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

You know how you pick up that bunch of beautiful bananas from the grocery store on Sunday? And they’re a little green on the ends? So you know they’ll be perfect in a day or two? And then it’s Saturday and only 2 are eaten? And those brown dots are forming, and it feels like they’re closing in on you, and soon you have brown banana anxiety? Ok. Probably just me. But don’t let them win. It’s time do something…

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Chocolate Almond Flax Date Truffles

Chocolate Almond Flax Date Truffles

It’s Friday. Yay! You need a treat! Yay! But you want it to be healthy! Yay! I’ve got just the thing for you! Yay! Chocolate Almond Flax Date Truffles   Save Print Prep time 15 mins Total time 15 mins   These date truffles are quick and easy, only requiring 4-6 ingredients, and naturally gluten free and vegan! ChloEats: ChloEats Recipe type: Dessert Serves: 24-36 Ingredients 20 medjool dates, pitted and soaked in hot water for 10 min ½ cup…

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Sweet Potato and Pepper Hash with Baked Eggs

Sweet Potato and Pepper Hash with Baked Eggs

I’m on a roll with these breakfast items. Well really, I’m just super into sweet potatoes lately. And I’m also into food that tastes even better the next day. Since John and I have later nights Monday through Thursday, we typically sit down to eat together around 8:30 PM. I typically get home around 7:45/8. So, yeah, I’m not making anything fancy. Typically, I cook a lot on Saturday and Sunday, and one or two mornings a week, I prepare…

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Overnight Baked Oatmeal with Dried Cherries

Overnight Baked Oatmeal with Dried Cherries

Well, March just loves to punch us right in the face sometimes. You think, “oh, it’s nearly spring.” Until you look at the forecast, and they’re calling for 18-24” OF SNOW!! Snow! Yes. Snow. It had been in the 70s just two weeks prior!  We had such a mild winter, here in eastern PA. Then this happens. But! Here is your consolation baked oatmeal. Get these simple ingredients ready tonight, and you’ll have a delicious breakfast the next morning. Perfect…

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Crispy Brussels Sprouts with Spicy Sriracha Glaze

Crispy Brussels Sprouts with Spicy Sriracha Glaze

It kind of seems like I only eat vegetables and cookies if we’re considering this space of internet a reflection of my eating habits. And that’s kind of true. (I actually have another cookie recipe for you coming up!) I tend to lean more toward the vegetable end. I eat vegetables with every meal. Like literally. (In the literal sense, not that crazy figurative sense that people seem to say.) I eat a breakfast salad daily, which is essentially vegetables…

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Kale and Sun-Dried Tomato Spaghetti Squash Casserole

Kale and Sun-Dried Tomato Spaghetti Squash Casserole

John and I typically have about 10-15 minutes between patients around 2ish where we typically call that time “lunch.” Oh, we totally do that to ourselves. I’m obsessed with the thought of efficiency (to like the point of self-destruction in some cases) If I’m going to be at work for 12 hours, I want to be see patients for 11.5-11.75 hours. (Enter: self-destruction when I do that 4 days per week with a shorter Friday for weeks on end.)  …

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Dijon Cashew Cream

Dijon Cashew Cream

When I was a kid I thought that I didn’t like sandwiches. Like any kind other than peanut butter and jelly. Turns out that’s still mostly true. However, one day I was eating a sandwich (the bad kind, the non-PBJ kind) at my neighbor’s house and realized that I do, in fact, like sandwiches. I just don’t like mayonnaise. My mom happens to like mayonnaise, so she put that on our sandwiches. Me? Not so much. Even the name sounds…

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Red Curry with Purple Potatoes and Swiss Chard

Red Curry with Purple Potatoes and Swiss Chard

John is dying a slow death as he nears the end of the Whole30, but this flavorful meal distracted him just enough. I really thought that he would have been used to some of the changes by now. And really, guys, he’s not suffering. Well. He may argue otherwise. But he feels better. His energy levels have stabilized. He feels satisfied with all of the meals. Yet. The fact that he has limitations imposed on him is the real thing…

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Balsamic and Thyme Marinated Portobello Mushrooms

Balsamic and Thyme Marinated Portobello Mushrooms

Easily one of the best things about the whole30 is that it’s stimulating my creativity. I typically have my go-to vegetables that I love. Those always include Brussels sprouts, butternut squash, and leafy greens. John will always happily eat all of the vegetables that I prepare…as long as they’re accompanied by some type of pasta. There’s something in his Italian heart that makes him undeniably and inexplicably in love with pasta. So yeah, those vegetables are fine, but they are…

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