Say goodbye to boring chicken with this marinade! You can even make it ahead and freeze the chicken for later use! 1 Serving 1 - 5-7oz Chicken Breast 2 tbsp Garlic Chili Sauce 1/2 tbsp Honey 1/2 tbsp Coconut Aminos(or soy sauce) 1/2 a lime - juiced 2 tbsp Cilantro - minced 1 tbsp [...]
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This gut healing & immune boosting soup has it all! Warm yourself up with this delicious soup while calming your tummy or fighting that cold or flu! You can add or remove the veggies you want or to achieve the results you’d like, but I like throwing them all in for a hearty super soup! [...]
SUMMER IS COMING… As I write this it’s snowing. Believe it or not summer is coming, and we want to emphasize building your show muscles in the next six weeks. Before we know it, “suns out guns out” will be the mantra and we want our community to look its best for those precious 8 [...]
Stuffed Acorn Squash - Two Ways Classic Autumn Stuffed Acorn Squash(serves 2) Ingredients: • 2 med acorn squash • 1 tsp olive or coconut oil, plus sea salt, for roasting • 1 tsp olive or coconut oil, plus more, if needed • 4 oz pork sausage • 5 oz ground turkey • [...]
Last week we talked about the delicious flavors of fall(winter) squash, and today we are going to get cooking with some of those flavors! This grilled Butternut Squash recipe is quick, easy, and most importantly, delicious! Give it a try tonight! Grilled Butternut Squash - 2 Ways! One 3 pound Squash is about 6 [...]
What Is a Calorie? A calorie is a unit of energy. Think of it as the fuel your body needs to run, just as your car needs gas. Last week we talked about the three different macronutrients your body needs– protein, fat and carbohydrates – each provide a different number of calories per gram weight. [...]
Although called "winter squash," the season of these squash varieties runs from late summer to mid-winter. Winter squash have thick, tough shells that protect the sweet, rich flesh inside which makes them excellent storage vegetables. No matter what variety of winter squash or pumpkin you choose, always pick squash that feels heavy for their size. Cooking the [...]
When your kitchen is a cluttered mess full of dirty dishes, and piles of mail or whatever else gets carried in from the car at the end of the day the last thing anyone wants to do is cook a healthy meal or meal prep for an entire week! Keeping a tidy kitchen can make [...]
Attention all CCCF members! Autumn is upon us, the kids are back in school, and we are all falling into our patterns and routines. But... this fall we want to switch up our patterns, and create new routines! October will be nutrition month here at CCCF, and to get us all thinking a little more [...]
Our body functions in complicated ways. Everything we put into our body initiates a type of reaction, some of which are positive and some of which are negative. When we think about nutrition, it is important to identify the perfect balance of macronutrients to create the most optimal reaction for our day to day functions, [...]