Tag Archive: Recipes

Jul
27

Fit Night Presents: Salmon

Learn a quick, simple recipe for healthy and tasty salmon… Fit Night Presents: Salmon What you need: Fresh Salmon filets Olive oil Red wine vinegar Liquid smoke Onion powder Garlic powder Kosher salt Basil Honey Preheat oven to 425. Rinse salmon filets and poke holes on each side with fork. Coat each filet with olive …

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Mar
22

Fat Night Presents: Chicken Tenders

Just when you thought the age old chicken tenders recipe couldn’t get any better, Mandisa and friends provide us with an updated, healthy version in their second installment of Fat Night. Follow along with their step by step recipe and video as they teach us that healthy cooking doesn’t have to be bland or boring! …

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Mar
22

Fat Night Presents: Chicken Parmesan

Join Mandisa and friends as they teach us how to cook great tasting food… that’s good for you too! This healthy version of Chicken Parmesan and Zucchini Crisps is sure to leave your mouth watering for more. Below you will find the recipe and the how-to video. Happy cooking! Grilled Chicken Parmesan This favorite Italian …

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Mar
22

Fit Night Presents: Laura’s Famous Soup

Join Mandisa and friends as they teach us how to cook great tasting food… that’s good for you too! This southwestern style soup is filling and delicious. Below you will find the recipe and the how-to video. Happy cooking! Laura’s Famous Soup 2 cans Great Northern beans, rinsed and drained 3 chicken breasts, boneless/skinless 1 …

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Apr
28

Scallop Pasta Recipe

Well who would’ve thunk my blog has become a cookbook? Trust me. If you ask anyone who knows me you would know that 5 years ago my idea of cooking was putting my restaurant leftovers in the oven! That is why I am so happy that I am finally learning to make healthy food on …

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Apr
15

Waffles Recipe

I made some whole wheat waffles from scratch today (with the help of a few of my tweeps who taught me how to separate an egg and fold them into the batter)! I simply followed a recipe from The Better Homes & Gardens cookbook with a few adjustments. Some of you asked for the recipe. …

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