With summer fast approaching, we’re always looking for quick and easy meals to share at summer BBQ’s and this Chickpea Shawarma Salad fits the bill!
This Shawarma Chickpea Salad is perfect to make ahead – simply prep all the components separately, and then add to bowl and toss with dressing before an event! This salad also tastes better the longer it sits, so it’s great for a cool and refreshing meal prep option.
We can’t get over the explosion of flavor in this pasta salad. The charred corn with the creamy queso fresco and fresh veggies will have you wanting to throw a little fiesta!
When it comes to meals, side dishes are just as important as the main dish for us. Roasted potatoes are a staple in our house, but sometimes they need to be jazzed up some. This potato salad has similar ingredients you would find in a loaded baked potato but in potato salad form. The potatoes are roasted to get them nice and crispy, with the addition of bacon and broccoli for some greens. It makes a big serving so is great for a dinner party, meal prep, or BBQ.
This dish is everything a good taco should be. Easy, flavorful, and loaded with texture. I guess that’s why we’re calling it The Best Crunchy Taco Salad! Pair it with your favorite dressing, be we love using THIS ONE – a Healthy Taco Lime Greek Yogurt Dressing!
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Stir-frys are the best easy, throw together dinner. They’re loaded with veggies and we use a bit of our favorite bone broth to add moisture and support gut health. Grab some of our favorite bone broth and make this for dinner!
There’s nothing like crunching on a handful of chips when you need to satiate your hunger between meals. They’re not traditionally the most healthy option, but by using sweet potato and avocado oil, we’re making a few healthy swaps that make these a guilt-free snack option.
Chili is a great dish to make that easily hides vegetables for picky eaters. All of the spices, meat, and beans disguise any unwanted veggies, making it an easy win-win situation for all at the dinner table. We used turkey in this chili, but feel free to use beef, bison, or venison if that’s your preference. The leaner the meat, the better with this one!
There’s always the argument of stuffing and filling. What is the proper term? What kind of bread does it use? Cornbread? French bread? Well, we’ve taken classic cornbread filling, if you will, and mashed it up with turkey and southwest flavors and it’s pure leftover heaven. Give it a try!
Are you a non-traditionalist? We’ve got you covered, then! This Turkey Taco recipe gives you an excuse to get a little creative for the Turkey Day festivities. Why not turn Thanksgiving into a fiesta?!