Are you looking for a light soup for lunch that still has the fiber and protein to last you for hours? A few days ago I made this soup for lunch and found it lasted me well through the afternoon, even though it’s without noodles or rice. It was also soothing for a tender tummy when I was a little under the weather recently. There’s plenty of flavor without being overpowering.
While I wouldn’t call a crock pot meal “quick,” this one certainly is easy compared to some other ways to cook turkey.
It’s such an easy gluten-free turkey recipe that I’ve cooked it for Thanksgiving dinner for several years, and I plan to cook it again soon.
While I like this way to serve turkey dinner with all the trimmings for guests, it’s also wonderful to have some turkey for dinner and leftovers for great lunch and freezer options.
After a holiday week, some old standbys for a weeknight meal look interesting again.
Not that I don’t usually cook a regular meal on weeknights, but those aren’t all-out, extravagant dishes with all the bells and whistles. They’re more like “what can I cook that’ll taste good and also be relatively healthy for us.”
An easy chicken dish like this fills that need for a weeknight meal.
What’s the best thing spooned onto a plateful of turkey and dressing? The gravy! How can you put delicious gravy on the table without much fuss? Make this easy, gluten-free version with stock (or bouillon or broth) instead of drippings!
When my sister sent me a box of Gluten-Free Bisquick® Pancake and Baking Mix, the first thing I wanted to try was some…dumplings! A favorite memory of my mom’s cooking is her lighter-than-air dumplings floating on chicken broth with the chicken that made it all so flavorful.
My hubby liked this particular combination so much that he rated it “one of the best ever!” …Even though the directions seem long, this is not a long meal to cook. Since it is that quick, I thought it would be a good summer weeknight dinner….
Chicken breasts, boneless and skinless, form the base of the delicate but entrancing flavors in this dish.
Mild yet memorable, this Mexican-inspired dish doesn’t need any adjustment to become gluten-free — like many Mexican combinations, it already is that. More than being gluten-free, there are also the heart-healthy benefits of the avocado and tomato, such as fiber, potassium, vitamins (A, C, E and K, B-vitamins and folic acid, just to name a few).
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