There’s nothing like a hot mug of soup on a cold day, and this Gluten-free Chicken Gumbo Soup has everything to make it healthy and delicious. Served over a mound of rice, it’s the perfect way to warm your meal and your day.
The original recipe came from Gimme Some Oven. I’ve made a few changes to make this gluten-free, proportioned for two, and slightly healthier by replacing the pork bacon with turkey bacon. It’s a wonderful, quick dish and takes only about thirty minutes to whip this up.
Personally, I like to get all of my prep work out of the way first because it makes the cooking part of the process go smoothly.
The original recipe for this southwestern turkey salad came from a cookbook called Today’s Turkey Favorites which we sent away for in 1990. This book was only thirty-five pages long, but it contained a number of good recipes. “Today” is always a relative term because the original recipe is now nearly thirty years old. However, with a few little additions, this recipe is better than ever!
Carrot Cake Overnight Oats
These Carrot Cake Overnight Oats are easy to fix the night before and quick to prepare in the morning! They’re a wonderful way to start the day.
Seeds are a great addition to your diet to help boost and regulate your metabolism. You can find seeds and nuts in bulk in smaller grocery stores, especially those that focus more on fruits and vegetables. Buying in bulk is typically less expensive than buying those already packaged and it has the added benefit of letting you experiment without purchasing a large package that will go bad on your shelf if you decide seeds aren’t you’re thing.