Overnight Oats

Transformed oats and yogurt into a yummy and filling overnight oats parfait! Directions: mix one part oats with one part milk (I used ½ cup of each) and stir until it starts to thicken. Layer oat mixture, yogurt, nuts, and fresh or dried fruit. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight. Top with granola and enjoy this easy breakfast! 

Transformed oats and yogurt into a yummy and filling overnight oats parfait! Directions: mix one part oats with one part milk (I used ½ cup of each) and stir until it starts to thicken. Layer oat mixture, yogurt, nuts, and fresh or dried fruit. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight. Top with granola and enjoy this easy breakfast! 

Mason jar salad to-go!

Transformed a veggies, beans, and cheese into an adorable and easy-to-carry Mason jar salad! Directions: start with base layer of salad dressing of your choice (I used Caesar!). Follow with layers of lettuce, veggies, a protein of your choice, cheese, and any other toppings you like in your salad! 

Transformed a veggies, beans, and cheese into an adorable and easy-to-carry Mason jar salad! Directions: start with base layer of salad dressing of your choice (I used Caesar!). Follow with layers of lettuce, veggies, a protein of your choice, cheese, and any other toppings you like in your salad! 

  Lunch today was brown rice chicken soup and a spinach salad with chickpeas. Straight out of the dining hall and packed with tons of nutrients!

 

Lunch today was brown rice chicken soup and a spinach salad with chickpeas. Straight out of the dining hall and packed with tons of nutrients!

Easy picnic lunch!

In the spirit of spring, we transformed chicken and veggies into chicken salad. Picnic anyone? Directions: pan sear chicken in 1 Tbsp of olive oil for ~5 minutes per side or until the internal temperature reaches 165 degrees (get a food thermometer! They’re easy to use and pretty cheap). Dice onions and celery. Shred chicken and combine all ingredients with ~2 Tbsp of mayo. 

In the spirit of spring, we transformed chicken and veggies into chicken salad. Picnic anyone? Directions: pan sear chicken in 1 Tbsp of olive oil for ~5 minutes per side or until the internal temperature reaches 165 degrees (get a food thermometer! They’re easy to use and pretty cheap). Dice onions and celery. Shred chicken and combine all ingredients with ~2 Tbsp of mayo.