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Recipes: Greek Stew

Time to get Greek!

Fall and winter usher in chilly weather. When things get too cold, people start to crave hearty hot foods.

What better way to keep yourself toasty than some nice Greek stew?

This stew includes some juicy pork tenderloin, chicken broth, tomato sauce, Kalamata olives, spinach, and garlic, to name a few of the ingredients. You can even substitute chicken in for the pork tenderloin.

Seasoning can take this stew to the next level. Make sure you also add in a favorable amount of veggies to make this a complete meal!

Enjoy this high protein, low carb recipe!

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Recipes: Oregano and Lemon Roasted Chicken Thighs

Need some protein to balance out that crazy Halloween diet?

Not to fear, chicken is here!

These chicken thighs come with a kick of garlic, lemon, and olives that add in some next-level flavor. Plus, they soak up some extra moisture when cooked bone-in and skin-on.

This is a great way to get your daily serving of protein with some off-the-wall, unique flavor. No more dry, bland chicken—it’s time to up your game and make chicken a staple of your diet!

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Recipes: Pesto Zucchini Boats

I’ve got a hunch that you need some zucchini in your life.

Well, this week’s recipe has just the thing for you…and it includes some yummy pesto as well!

Throw in some basil, pecans, garlic, and lemon juice, and you’ve just made one flavorful (and healthy) side.

Our pesto zucchini boats are high in fiber and low in carbs, and they’re the perfect complement to any tasty dish. Plus, it’s pretty fun seeing little boats on your plate.

If you’re looking for a new take on veggies, this is your recipe! Let us know how tasty this was in the comments below!

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Recipes: Greek Omelette Waffles

In the morning, there’s nothing more inviting than the warm smell of freshly cooked breakfast. Especially eggs.

One of the most delicious ways to eat eggs in the morning is in an omelette—a scrumptious egg disk stuffed with vegetables and meats. Unfortunately, omelettes are often packed with too many unhealthy ingredients, resulting in a meal that LOOKS healthy but really isn’t.

Today’s Greek omelette is made into a waffle shape that’s easy to eat, even when you’re out of the house! The best part? It’s only 279 calories—nearly half the amount you’d find in a normal omelette! You can even substitute in other veggies to fit your taste without sacrificing any nutritional value.

Let’s get to it!

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