So clean and healthy and the whole family will love this one!
What you will need:
12 small white corn tortillas
1/2 or 3/4 lb diced chicken breast or ground turkey (or omit meat for a vegetarian dish or add black beans)
Yellow, orange, red or green pepper-pick at least 2 of those 4
1/2 c chopped onion-which ever kind you like
1 c chopped tomatoes
1/2 c corn-frozen or fresh off the cob
2 cups salsa- I used a pineapple mango flavored for extra flavor
1 c shredded mozzarella cheese
1/2 c lime juice
1/4 tbsp unsalted butter
1/4 c hot sauce
Fresh cilantro, pepper, Badia seasoning, red pepper flakes
8 oz Creamy citrus avocado dressing that I got from Whole Foods-which was the inspiration for this entire meal
1.Layer 5 tortillas on the bottom of the 9 by 13 baking dish then add 1/2 of the meat and veggie mixture that you cooked in a skillet already (add the hot sauce, lime juice, butter and seasonings as it cooked down in the skillet)
2.Next, add the tomatoes and half of the salsa, half the cheese and then half of the avocado dressing.
3.Layer 4 more tortillas and add the rest of the meat and veggie mix, then repeat step 2.
4.Layer 3 more tortillas and sprinkle remaining cheese on top
Bake uncovered at 400 degrees for 20 to 25 min.
BLACK BEAN SPAGHETTI!
Found this little gem at my local “health food store”-Today’s Markey in Oakmont, PA
20 g’s of protein per serving!!! Low carbs too!!! This spaghetti was sent from HEAVEN! Love it!
I made mine with about 5 oz of salsa marinated chicken, mangos, red onions, red and orange pepper.
This is so easy!
Marinade your chicken in salsa for at least 30 min or longer if you have time. Cube it, cook it in oven or skillet then set aside. Cook your pasta while you cook up your cut up mango and veggies….. sautee’ for 10 min on low heat. Last, add in cooked chicken and cooked spaghetti to the mango and veggies and let them play around in there for another 5 min together adding whatever seasonings you want. Give them all a good stir and toss with some EVOO-Extra Virgin Olive Oil!
This is a very light but very filling dish!
I like to try new things all of the time-that is how I keep my healthy eating habits in check. I will not allow myself to get bored! If you put effort into your planning and cooking you will be completely satisfied eating healthy!
Oh ya-I had a small glass of white wine that I soaked some of the mangos in along with some apples and peaches-delicious!!! Also added some guacamole and a few chips!
1/2 c chopped fresh mango
1 med banana
1 c unsweetened almond milk
1 packet instant coffee-I use Starbucks
1 tsp chia seeds
2 tsp flaxseeds
3 tsp oats
3 ice cubes
1 scoop AMP Wheyabolic Extreme 60 protein powder-from GNC-this is the kind I use (chocolate)
This is a complete and balanced breakfast 20 + grams of Protein, good carbs, lots of fiber, packed with good fats, omega 3 and 6 from the chia seeds, vitamin C and vitamin B from the banana and vitamin A and C from the mangos plus vitamin D and E from the almond milk, also great source of calcium!!!
What if you started every morning this way? I bet your body would thank you all day!!!
1 small chopped red pepper
1/2 large mango cubed
3 small jalapeno peppers chopped
1/4 cup sliced red onion
***health benefits of red onions:good source of vitamin B, fiber, potassium, and great source of vitamin C….low in fat, cholesterol and sodium*** be sure to only peel the first “papery” layer off as the nutrients are found more close to the outer edges rather than the inside***
1 1/2 cup “mini salad shrimp”
Fresh chives and basil chopped into 1 cup brown rice
Splash the shrimp, peppers and mango mixture with 2 tbsp lemon juice, 1 tbsp olive oil and pinch of honey-cook on med to high heat in skillet for 10 min adding in the rice for the an additional 3 to 5 to finish it all off. (add additional seasonings as you wish)
Serves 2 to 3
Spicy, delicious, quick, easy and super good for you!!!