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Breakfast Hash in a Hurry Recipe

By Coach Nancy / October 4, 2018

Breakfast doesn’t have to be complicated or take an excessive amount of time. I grabbed a few things from my freezer and whipped up a delicious meal for the kids in about 15 minutes.  You could take a bit more time to do all the chopping yourself but its nice to have frozen veggies as […]

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Apple Cinnamon Smoothie

By Coach Nancy / September 29, 2018

I love real food. And yet there are times in my life when I need super quick an easy. In those moments I whip together a smoothie. I follow three simple steps to the water in my blender. I add in the flavor protein powder I want, I chose a serving of produce, and a […]

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Coach Nancy’s Breakfast “Potatoes”

By Coach Nancy / September 15, 2018

These Breakfast “Potatoes” are a great low-carb alternative to starchy potatoes. Turnips have a very similar taste and texture so you’ll never know the difference. 1 large turnip, peeled and diced1/4 onion, diced 3 slices bacon 1/2 teaspoon each of paprika, garlic powder, salt, and pepper 1 green onion, sliced, for garnish Add the turnips, onions, bacon, and spices to […]

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Pomegranate Salad

By Coach Nancy / September 8, 2018

I fell in love with Pomegranates. They are just a fun little fruit right from the start. I love opening them up, I love the smell of the fruit, and those little seeds are delightful. This is one of my favorite salads in the Fall. It brings thoughts of summer back to me.  FOR THE SALAD […]

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Chicken Salad with Yogurt Ranch Dressing

By Coach Nancy / August 25, 2018

Thank-you to superstar Becky for sharing her take on this tasty recipe with us. Make sure you check out her notes at the bottom! Chicken Salad:1 rotisserie chicken, pull off the meat and get rid of the rest OR (1 lb. cold cooked chicken, shredded or diced)1 small red bell pepper, seeded and chopped1 small red […]

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Sautéed Chicory – New Recipe

By Coach Nancy / August 18, 2018

Chicory arrived in my CSA box recently and I just wasn’t familiar enough with it to be excited. After trying this recipe, I can’t wait for my next delivery of vegetables to see if Chicory is inside. My mom was right when she told me; “You just never know until you give it a try.”Sauteed Chicory1 […]

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Angel Food Frosting for Strawberries

By Coach Nancy / August 13, 2018

I’ve got to tell you that this was a creation by Coach Dean. He is a magnificent chef. He has this sense of ingredients that will work well together. He whipped up a batch of this for an event we hosted and BAM- instant success.  UMP Angel Food Frosting 1/2 cup of plain Greek yogurt 2 scoops of […]

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What to do When Zucchini Goes Wild

By Coach Nancy / August 3, 2018

I love fresh veggies from the garden. Warm cherry tomatoes, green beans just picked, cucumbers that still smell like sunshine- YUM. But there are times when I feel overrun by veggies too. Today it is zucchini. I have some monster zucchini that need to be eaten. I’m heading out of town and there is just no […]

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Gotta Love Me Some Zucchini

By Coach Nancy / July 20, 2018

One of my favorite growing plants is zucchini. I think it is because they are easy to grow, hard to kill, and produce fruit with little effort. I’m not much of a gardener but I do get my hands dirty. Raw Zucchini Alfredo8 – 1 cup servings1 cup raw unsalted Cashew nuts, chopped¾ cup water¼ cup […]

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Apple Leek Breakfast Sausage

By Coach Nancy / July 17, 2018

Breakfast without eggs or serve it with a side of eggs. Being creative with each meal is all up to you and this recipe certainly will add another ACE to your hand. Apple Leek Breakfast Sausage4-5 thick-cut strips of smoked bacon3/4 cup chopped leeks only the white part1 medium apple, cored and quartered (no need to […]

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