Creamy Pesto Chicken with sun-dried tomatoes is a rich and flavorful meal keeping weeknight eating delicious and fun. Dairy-free, gluten-free, paleo and whole30! Serve it up with your choice of side dishes for a complete meal.
Mediterranean Shrimp Pasta with sun-dried tomatoes, capers, artichoke hearts and a creamy lemon garlic sauce is a wildly flavorful dinner that will knock your socks off! If you love shrimp or pasta, this meal will make you swoon!
4-Ingredient Pesto Chicken and Broccoli is the easiest chicken recipe you’ll ever make! Quick and nutritious, a low-carb protein packed meal.
Mediterranean Scalloped Potatoes with sun-dried tomatoes, olives and roasted bell peppers is a unique take on the classic side dish. This creamy, mouth-watering recipe is perfect for sharing with friends and family any time of year.
Creamy Tuscan Spaghetti Squash with sun-dried tomatoes, artichoke hearts and spinach makes for a flavorful healthy side dish or light dinner. Paleo, keto, low-carb, and vegan! Make it as a meal prep recipe or for serving guests!
Feeling like a creamy, dreamy yet healthful dish that will tickle your taste buds and is crazy easy to make??
This simple 6-Ingredient Creamy Tuscan Spaghetti Squash is here for you, AND it’s bringing with it sun-dried tomatoes and artichoke hearts.
You’ll never believe how easy this recipe is to make. The only time consuming part about it is roasting the spaghetti squash. The good news is you can multitask while it is roasting, as the squash requires zero attention once it’s in the oven!
After the squash is roasted, the remainder of the recipe comes together in a split second – ideal for those evenings you want something comforting and seemingly fancy but don’t feel like exerting yourself in the kitchen.
Let’s make it!
Quick and easy Mediterranean Shrimp made in a skillet with just 8 fresh, basic ingredients. A deliciously flavorful dinner recipe that happens to be low-carb, keto, whole30, and paleo.
Mediterranean style food is nearly impossible to beat with its big bold fresh flavors, lots of color, and ease of preparation.
So zesty, so sultry, so flavorful…always crowd-pleasing and taste bud delight-ing.
What I love about this meal, aside from how it makes my mouth water profusely is the fact that it only requires one skillet and less than 20 minutes to prepare.
Seriously, you’ll be amazed at how quickly this gem comes together!
Let’s dive right in!
Greek potato salad made with jewel yams, kalamata olives, sun-dried tomatoes, dill and fresh parsley. This fresh, zesty potato salad with cider vinaigrette is a great go-to for all summer gatherings!
Potato salad. What team are we on?
Team Traditional where lots of mayo and eggs are involved for creamy bliss, or Team Zesty with lighter dressing and more of a briny, vinaigrette flavor?
True to my Gemini-ic nature, I play for both teams.
I do try to keep my potato salads on the lighter end of the spectrum, but if a fully leaded potato salad happened to crash land in front of my face, I wouldn’t dare say no.
This recipe happens to be a nice amalgamation of the two. The dressing is creamy but not overly so, and contains plenty of tangy, briny elements for big bold flavor.
For this rendition of potato salad, I use jewel yams. Have you made potato salad using yams or sweet potatoes before? I’m on board.
They definitely taste sweet, so if you’re looking for a more classic flavor and texture, stick with red potatoes or Yukon gold.
The dressing is a combination of avocado oil mayonnaise, avocado oil (or olive oil), cider vinegar, garlic, stone ground mustard, dried dill, and fresh parsley. We toss in some chopped kalamata olives and sun-dried tomatoes for that lovely je ne sais quois to yield even bigger flavor, fun texture and ease of transportation to somewhere Mediterranean.
Two of my favorite things about potato salad is it can easily be made in parts (think: cook the potatoes ahead of time and/or make the dressing in advance), and it saves super well! In fact, it typically tastes even better the following two days after it is made.
Stuffed Zucchini with turkey Italian sausage, sun-dried tomatoes, basil and spinach is a flavorful, comforting yet light dinner recipe. This clean meal is paleo, keto, and and an amazing way of celebrating zucchini season.
Spinach, Pesto, Sun-Dried Tomato Breakfast Scramble with Fingerling Potatoes is a flavorful, healthful way to start the day!
Do you ever wake up in the morning and find yourself craving something interesting?
I have a tendency to eat the same things over and over, and while I’m a huge fan of routine, every once in a while I just have to change things up to stimulate the ol’ mind and body.
Enter: this healthy breakfast scramble.
SO blasted with flavor, a real pleasure to prepare, fun for anyone with whom you happen to be breakfasting.
What you need to prepare this scramble is eggs (obvi), fingerling potatoes (or 1 small sweet potato, russet potato or Yukon gold potato) sun-dried tomatoes, pesto (either homemade or store-bought), baby spinach, and some form of cooking oil (I like avocado oil).
From start-to-finish, this breakfast scramble takes no more than 35 minutes to prepare. Easy like Sunday morning! I’m willing to bet you’ll find yourself making veggie scrambles on any given weekday, they are just that addicting 😉
Mediterranean Stuffed Salmon with feta, sun-dried tomatoes, and spinach. This quick and healthy dinner recipe only requires 4 ingredients.
Tuscan Chicken with spinach and sun-dried tomatoes in coconut milk sauce made in just one skillet! This easy paleo-friendly recipe is dairy-free, low-carb, keto, and whole30 compliant. PLUS it has show-stopping flavor!
Zucchini frittata with sun-dried tomatoes, spinach, and goat cheese is a wickedly flavorful breakfast, perfect for sharing with friends and family!
I recently whipped up this frittata for my brother and his life companion a few weekends ago, and they absolutely destroyed it. Okay, okay, my brother destroyed it…his lady is blessed with self-restraint around food.
Lack of self-restraint around food runs in our family.
This frittata is quite the crowd-pleaser! I’ve made it on numerous occasions with slight variations on the cheese selections. It’s one of those nutritious breakfasts you can put on repeat over and over for your family, because: vegetables. It also happens to make an awesome make-ahead breakfast for those of us busy folk who have no qualms about eating the same meals throughout the week!
So let’s do this!
Butternut Squash and bacon hash with sun-dried tomatoes is a simple breakfast hash for getting your day started on the right foot.