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White Chicken Chili Stew

By Blair Lindler I have really been on a chili kick lately…  I joke with my co-workers that I could eat Metabolic Effect’s Quick Chili every day for lunch and not get tired of it. And although I believe this is true, I figured I’d try a new chili-esque recipie for kicks and giggles (I don’t ever want to get tired of ME’s Quick Chili – it’s a standard go to recipe!). When I found this new recipe, I ...[Read More]

Taco Squash Bake

By Kira O’Donnell   I have always enjoyed both eating out and cooking at home but recently I have had to really cut back on eating out. So now I am always on the lookout for healthier versions of my favorite types of food, one of the biggest being Mexican! This way I can feel like I am “cheating” but I’m really not. What could be better than that?! I came across this dish online that wa ...[Read More]

Easy Baked Spaghetti Squash

By Kira O’Donnell Hey pasta lovers… This one is for you! 🙂 I have had a lot of Bikini Boot Campers asking me about my spaghetti squash. I cook up a squash at the start of every week because it is easy and makes a lot. You will not even believe how easy and versatile it can be, not to mention loaded with nutrients and fat loss friendly. For those of you who don’t know, this is what one ...[Read More]

Gluten Free Turkey & Veg Meatloaf

By Jennifer Pittman Traditional meatloaf contains a combo of fatty ground beef and high starch breadcrumbs (Fat + Starch = FAT STORING); making for a total fat content that can hit up to 25 grams per serving with a carbohydrate count that almost matches. Check out this slimmed down version of meatloaf instead. The recipe below cuts out the unnecessary fat by using lean ground turkey and gluten fre ...[Read More]

Turkey Stuffed Zucchini

By Kira O’Donnell     When meal prepping for the week ahead, I find it important to make foods that will taste just as good, if not better, a few days later. I also love a recipe that combines my protein and my veggies all in one. This is one of those recipes! This recipe can be modified very easily by adding any number of your favorite chopped veggies or by omitting the ...[Read More]

Lazy Fajitas and Guac

Lazy Fajitas and Guac

By Blair Lindler   One of my biggest weaknesses when it comes to food is Mexican food. I love it. I love going to our local Mexican restaurant and savoring every bite. However, it doesn’t take a genius to know that it isn’t exactly on the “good list” for eating right or following a fat-loss lifestyle. So when I get the hankering for some Mexican, I have this one go-to dish. I love this dish b ...[Read More]

Metabolic Effect’s Quick Chili

By Blair Lindler Sunday’s always seem to creep up on me incredibly too fast – the weekends never seem to last as long as they should!  But one of the standing traditions in my life is food prep that gets me set up with “fast food” for the whole week that keeps me on track with my healthy diet and minimizes the need or desire for  junk food that does nothing positive for my body’s needs. This Sunda ...[Read More]

{Healthy Lasagna Recipe} Zucchini Lasagna

By Blair Lindler Healthy Lasagna Recipe?  Yes Please! I’m obessed with Pinterest.  No, really.  I love that website.  And I especially love it when I’m browsing and am surprised with a seemingly delicious and too-easy-to-be-true recipe.  This was the case when I found a recipe for Zucchini Lasagna.  Now, if you’ve got any experience with the recipes on Pinterest, you also know that they rarely com ...[Read More]

Easy Weeknight Dinner – Mesquite Chicken Thighs and Summer Tomato Salad

By Jennifer Pittman   When it comes to weeknight meals, I’m all about simple, quick and easy. Oftentimes, my husband and I don’t get home on weeknights until 6:30 or 7:00; leaving a small amount of time for supper prep. This recipe is my favorite weeknight “go-to” because it’s yummy, fat-loss friendly, cost effective for feeding a family and literally only takes about 15 minutes of true prep ...[Read More]

Chicken Bruschetta

By Blair Lindler So the other weekend, my house-mate and I were brainstorming what we wanted to cook for dinner.  We were hungry.  Our tomato plant had just produced a handful of small tomatoes, so we wanted to use those.  I wanted chicken. We decided on Italian.  But we just couldn’t seem to find a recipe we liked.  So we decided to make it up as we went!  And that, my friends, is how we came to ...[Read More]