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Creamy Chicken and Broccoli with Wild Rice

I know we are heading into summer, and people are heading outside to grill, but sometimes you just need to throw a one pot meal together and stay in the cool A/C.

Most days when you are craving comfort food you don’t want to wait ages to get it, I certainly don’t. Well, I have a creamy, comforty chicken dish for you- ready lickity split. This Creamy Chicken and Broccoli with Wild Rice has only a few simple steps but yields layers of flavor. The perfect one skillet meal- and winner for a weeknight dinner.


Creamy Chicken Broccoli and Wild Rice                                                  

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Massaged Kale Salad #BloggerCLUE

The holidays can be rough on everyone– and everything. Your wallet, your energy, your diet. As we head into a fresh, new 2016, everyone needs some rejuvenating… a massage even. You, me, a couple bunches of kale. We deserve it. 

With all the resolutions, vows to quit sugar, exercise more, drink less… it is easy to get overwhelmed. Luckily, the Blogger C.L.U.E. crew has your sorted. This month the theme is healthy eating recipes so you can stack your meal calendar with good (for you) food galore. 

This Massaged Kale Salad is where it’s at. Give it a go.  

Kale Salad

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Roasted Squash and Apple Soup

As we head into the holiday season, it’s nice to have a lighter, healthier option on hand for those days when you can feel you’ve overindulged. Not to say this Roasted Squash and Apple Soup isn’t perfectly satisfying and delectable any old autumn day, just keep the recipe in your back pocket for when you’re hungry for a satisfying soup. 


Roasted Squash and Apple Soup 

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Broccoli Salad


It is football season, which means it is Tailgating/BBQ/GameDay Party Season. I really think autumn is the best of the seasons and the return of football is just one of the reasons. Many of my friends and I are die-hard FSU fans, bleeding Garnet and Gold ,and we get together pretty frequently to have BBQs and Game Day parties.

I like to make this Broccoli Salad every so often, and it’s always a hit. You get sweet and savory all in one, with a dose of veggie vitamins! And how can you not love a side dish with bacon as a primary ingredient?

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Pumpkin Pie Overnight Oats

I am completely and utterly obsessed with everything pumpkin–lattes, breads, beer– you name it. I’m a sucker for all things autumnal. So I was thinking, what else can I put the pumpkin in? 

Are you ready for this!? Because,


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Chicken Slider Stacks

I have mentioned my affinity for summer salads in the past. I eat them all the time and I didn’t want to bore with another one, so I thought a salad stack might be nice. Let’s get vertical!
You can get the perfect bite at every pass. The ultimate.
These Chicken Slider Stacks are easy, quick, healthy and super scrumptious. You could of course turn them into a burger or sandwich, but I’m all about minimizing the carb intake. They are perfect for the Paleo crowd or you can add some sharp cheese for extra oomph. 
Start by plating your arugula, then stack on from there. 

Summer Salad of Grilled Chicken over Baby Spinach with Crispy Leeks and Pancetta

I know it is common knowledge, but I have to state the obvious–Florida summers can be brutally hot (like, frying pan to the face, hot). This is one of the reasons I look for ways to create fresh, light meals–dinners I can put together with out a lot of fuss or extra heat waves. One of the easiest ways to do that is to make a salad, and I am a big fan of salads (and staying cool). I don’t like to be hot when I eat and I certainly don’t want to eat hot food when I am hot so, I play around with different salads all summer. This one was fast, simple and super flavorful. 
come dish with me!

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