That grill's come in handy this summer! You can use the Kraft American slices, but I used another type of cheese.
- 5 thin slices of Helava Good PepperJack cheese
- 1 slice garden tomato
- 1 slice Roasted Pepper
- 1 Whole Wheat Deli Flat
I layered tomato and roasted pepper between the cheese and deli flat and grilled for 2 minutes. Yum!
My daughter got hooked on the PBS America's Test Kitchen show. When I ordered one of their books with the accompanying DVD, she gravitated to this recipe. It's meant for skinned pieces of chicken but I used the dry rub on chicken tenders and grilled them on the Foreman Grill.
- 2 Tbsp brown sugar
- 2 Tbsp salt
- 2 Tbsp garlic and onion powders
- 1 Tbsp chili powder
- 1 Tbsp paprika
- 2 tsp black pepper
Pat the chicken dry. Marinade in the rub for at least one hour. Cook on the heated Foreman Grill for about 5-8 minutes or until done.
I did my first ever nutrition/coupon tutorial with the Metanoia Freedom School parents during the annual parent's night educational series. I wanted to spend as much time as possible talking about saving money with coupons, so I showed the families a couple of recipes that kids could make on their own without turning on the kitchen stove. Why is it in a cup? To show the parents that if kids are running late to school they can still have a decent breakfast in the car on the way to school. This parfait was the first recipe.
1 Yoplait Blueberry yogurt
1 Nature Valley granola bar, broken into bitesize pieces
I simply layered the cup yogurt, 1/2 granola bar pieces, yogurt, the rest of the granola. Breakfast or snack is served. *For a less sugar version, I used a Dannon Greek plain fat free yogurt with about 2 Tbsp mandarin oranges.
The empty nest is not so empty anymore and our fashionista wanted to try the Kashi Pizza. I asked her to dress it up with the following:
- 2 Tbsp Parmesan cheese
- 1 handful Lindsay olives, rinsed and halved
- 2 Tbsp President's Fat Free Feta
- 2 Roasted Red Peppers, dried and sliced
- Italian Seasoning to taste
G, how easy is it you ask? So easy, my husband made it from my instructions while I redid a lot of my food coupon pictures. It's a variation of the Tortellini and Grilled Chicken Pasta Salad recipe on this site.
- Barilla Plus bowtie pasta
- a handful of the Lindsay olives, rinsed and halved
- 1/4 cup fat free feta
- a cucumber from our garden
- Kraft balsamic vinegar dressing.
Remember that Pork Rib Italiano from the last post? Just as I'd mentioned, it was awesome as a quick lunch! I just shredded one country rib with about 2 teaspoons of barbecue sauce. Nuked it for about 40 seconds and then filled 2 Sara Lee whole wheat hotdog buns and lunch was great that day! Sorry the photographer got hungry in the middle of the shoot.