If you know me, then you know I am a big kid at heart. And being a big kid, I love all the menu items on the kid’s menu much better than the ones on the regular menu. When I see chicken fingers or Mac and cheese being served at a restaurant, I almost always have to order it! Because of my love for chicken fingers, I decided to step them up a notch and make an “adult version” so I can basically have chicken fingers for dinner without my

When I first moved to Houston a few years ago, I met Ben out for lunch one day while he was working and he took me to a restaurant called Island Grill. There were so many good options on the menu but he insisted that I order the Hanover Platter. The platter consisted of a large dish filled with hummus, tabbouleh, avocado, chicken, mushrooms, and onions with the most heavenly garlic sauce and a side of warm pita. I fell in love with this dish and have yet to try

Last year when I was trying to eat super healthy in preparation for my wedding Ben and I decided to cut bread out of our diet. If you don’t know me, I am someone who lives off bread. I have it with almost every meal so this was a difficult change for me. I especially love toast in the morning after I work out. Because I wasn’t able to eat bread but still craving “toast”, I came up with sweet potato toast which completely satisfied my cravings. These toasts have

Coming up with weeknight dinner recipes can get challenging because I only like to cook quick meals that don’t call for too many steps or ingredients but are delicious. People always ask me if I go to the grocery store every day to make all these recipes and the answer is no. I usually go on Sunday or Monday for the whole week and buy multiple proteins, lots of vegetables and some pantry staples that I am low on. One of those proteins that is purchased almost every week is

Tuna Melts are one of my favorite things to make for lunch during the week. I usually make a big batch of tuna salad on Sunday or Monday so that I can whip these up super quick throughout the weekdays. They literally take less than 10 minutes to make and are so delicious! I love to make them as an open-faced sandwich because the tuna salad doesn’t get lost in all that bread and it is a lot less calories this way! I also use nonfat greek yogurt instead of

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