How to Grill Chicken Breasts That Aren't Dry

Grilled chicken breasts are a basic for meal prep or healthy eating in general. But if you don’t know how to grill chicken breasts that aren’t dry using these simple tricks, you will end up with something close to shoe leather instead of juicy chicken breasts. It’s really easy, let me show you.

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How to Make Spatchcock Chicken

Spatchcock Chicken, AKA Flattened Chicken is a quick way to roast a whole chicken and veggies. Tuck spice rub or marinade underneath the skin and all the flavorful juices drip down onto roasting veggies. It is a super easy way to create a juicy chicken dinner in well under an hour.

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Thai Chicken Satays with Grilled Baby Bok Choy

Try something new for your barbecues this year with Thai Chicken Satay with Grilled Baby Bok Choy. The chicken and peanut sauce are perfect for Make Ahead party prep and both the satays and bok choy only take a few minutes on the grill. You get more time with your guests and less with the grill.

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Fresh Peas with Bacon and Shallots

Why this boring post? Because these fresh-from-a-local-farm peas (the ONLY way to buy them) bacon meatiness, sweet shallots amping up the sweetness of the peas and a little garlic and lemon to boost the umami are definitely not boring. Go to your farmers market this week and buy a bag or two, make this super simple side of Fresh Peas with Bacon and Shallots and see for yourself.

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No Bake Chocolate Silk Tart | Vegan and Paleo

Make This. Today. Then try to not eat it until Mother’s Day. It is light and yet dense, full of dark chocolate, salty and sweet. Have I convinced you yet to make this No Bake Chocolate Silk Tart? No one has to know that it is vegan and paleo, but you can definitely feel better about eating the filling straight from the bowl or keeping the leftovers for yourself with all the good fats, polyphenols and antioxidants from chocolate and no refined sugar. You’re practically eating health food! Go. Make it now!

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Grilled Asian Slaw | Vegan and Paleo

Meal Prep is all the rage on Instagram and this Grilled Asian Slaw fits the bill perfectly. It can easily be made 2 to 3 days ahead and it only gets better with time. Grilling the cabbage not only prevents the wilt that waters down most cole slaws, but it helps the cabbage absorb the perfectly sweet, salty and sour Asian-inspired dressing.

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High Protein PB and J Blondies | Vegan and Paleo

PB & J are the quintessential snack for kids. Packed with peanut butter, collagen, almond flour and coconut flour, these are High Protein PB and J blondies that far outweigh the nutritional value of the crustless round frozen versions. Freezer directions and nut free versions are included to make these your new “Snack Mom” or lunch treat go-to.

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10 Things to Do at Farmers Markets (and the One Thing Not to Do)

After falling in love with fresh markets while visiting France a couple of decades ago, I have become a dedicated advocate of farmers markets. Through trials and many faux pas, I’ve learned a lot about how to get the most out of farmers market shopping and most of all how to be an informed shopper without asking the one question that causes farmers to bristle back. It’s my mission to get people back into the community surrounding our food supply so I am sharing the 10 Things To Do at Farmers Markets for the best local food shopping experience.

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Edible Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Protein Balls | Grain Free, Egg Free, Paleo, Vegan

Edible Cookie Dough. With Protein? What???? Yes! All the sweet, buttery flavored goodness of freshly made cookie dough with none of the guilt or worry of raw eggs. Plus you get a hefty dose of protein from Vital Proteins collagen peptides and almond flour! These Edible Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Protein Balls are a great way to send a healthy snack to school with your kids or give yourself a little afternoon or midnight treat. Break them into tiny pieces and they are the perfect mix-in for yogurt, “nice cream” or your favorite morning porridge.

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