Easy meal:Brats with Peppers and Onions (that can be made in a toaster oven!). Flavored with basil and garlic. Yum!

Easy Dinner: Brats with Peppers and Onions (Toaster Oven Friendly)

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Are Instant Pots all they are hyped up to be?

Instant Pots are one of the new, safe pressure cookers that act as a better slow cooker (more like a fast cooker), with multi-uses. I got my first Instant Pot last year and fell in love with it immediately. But that doesn’t mean everything about it is positive. In fact, I have learned over the… 

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Flattened, Pan fried chicken is tender with a crispy exterior. So easy and delicious! -- The Nourishing Gourmet

Easy Flattened Pan-Fried Chicken Thigh or Breast

Moist in the middle, crispy on the outside, this easy protein main is something we make often. You only need a couple of kitchen items and about fifteen minutes of prep and cook time to get this dish on the table. Serve with rice and veggies, over a fresh green salad, or add to a… 

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This super easy and frugal gluten free cake got rave reviews! -- The Nourishing Gourmet

Easiest Gluten Free Cake from a Muffin Mix

One of the things that made me first love being in the kitchen was baking. I love baking! Warm bread from the oven, juicy pies, sweet cakes, healthy muffins, pizza, bagels ¬– I love it all. I especially loved making baked good for my family and friends. I still have my love of baking, but… 

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Busy Day Asian Veggie Noodle Soup - TheNourishingGourmet.com

“Busy Day” Asian Veggie Noodle Soup (Gluten & Grain-Free Options)

By Natalia Gill from An Appetite For Joy This asian-inspired broth is rich, savory, and loaded with perfectly cooked veggies and gluten-free rice noodles (or grain-free kelp noodles). The best part? It comes together in a flash! And it’s high on nutrition, particularly if you have homemade broth on hand. I typically use chicken broth I… 

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The Best Kitchen Tool for Low Energy Cooks

Cooking is serious work, and it requires serious tools. Sharp knifes, large pots, heavy-duty pans – if you don’t have the right tools, cooking can be a practice in frustration. What I love about cooking is that with only a couple of good, but basic tools you can make a wealth of dishes. But what… 

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Grain Free Caramel Apple Tart

5 Tips for Holiday Meal Planning with Low Energy

I love the holiday season. It’s been a favorite time of year for me since my childhood. But thinking of my childhood, it’s good to realize that our holiday traditions were simple, yet still magical for me. Holiday meal planning doesn’t necessarily have to be stressful and overly difficult either. Elaborate and fancy meals are… 

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