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Healthy Chicken Recipes

Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner!! 3 Easy, Fast and Healthy Recipes.

Healthy chicken recipe options was the subject of my Facebook Live tonight. I really want everyone to know that just because you are eating healthy doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice great food…and that what you eat can and should be what your whole family enjoys eating!

Bacon Wrapped Chicken






1lb chicken tenderloin (about 10)
1 package of turkey bacon (you can use chicken or pork)
1-2 tbsp Salt
1-2 tbsp pepper
2-3 tbsp garlic powder
1 tbsp paprika
*option – if you want to keep it super simple, you can use Mrs. Dash in place of the seasonings
*you can use any seasonings you like – Italian, Chipotle – anything you like

Preheat your over to 350 degrees
Mix together you seasonings and spices in a dish/bowl.
Sprinkle your seasonings over the chicken tenders, coat them generously. If you need more seasoning, add more.
Take a slice of turkey bacon and wrap it around one end of the tenderloin, tuck in the bacon so it stays or use a toothpick to hold it. Take another piece of bacon and finish covering the chicken.
Place the chicken in an oiled pan or on a rack within a baking dish.
Bake 30-35 min.

Chicken Fingers- Gluten Free





1 lb of chicken tenderloin
1 egg
1/2 cup of almond flour or coconut flour
2 tbsp garlic powder
1 tbsp salt
1 tbsp pepper
1 tbsp paprika
1-2 tbsp oil – I used avocado oil. You can use olive oil or coconut oil.
*you can use any seasonings you like
*You can keep it simple and just use Mrs Dash or you can get creative and use Italian seasoning, or add in some chile powder.

Scramble the egg in a bowl and set aside.
In a dish mix together all of the seasonings and the almond flour.
Dip the tenderloin in the egg mixture then roll or dredge them in the seasoned flour.
Heat up 1 tbsp of oil to a skillet or frying pan. Once the oil is hot add in a few of the tenders. They will need to cook 3-5 minutes per side, depending on how thick they are. Continue with the rest of the tenders.

Homemade Dipping Sauces

Sriracha Mayo
2 tbsp mayo
1 tbsp(use less if you don’t like spicy) Sriracha Sauce

Honey Mustard
Equal parts

1 avocado
1 tbsp garlic powder
1/2 tbsp – 1 tbsp of pink salt
Pepper – optional.
Mash and mix the avocado add in the garlic, salt and pepper.



Sweet & Spicy Chicken Tenders






1lb of chicken tenderloin
1/2 cup tomato paste
3 tbsp water
2-3 tbsp Sriracha
1-2 tbsp Splenda brown sugar or coconut sugar
1-2 tbsp honey
Salt and pepper.
*if you don’t have tomato paste you can use low sugar ketchup

Preheat the oven to 425 degrees.
Spray/grease a baking dish.
Sprinkle salt and pepper over the tenderloins and place them into the baking dish.
In a mixing bowl combine the tomato paste, water, Sriracha, brown sugar, honey. Taste and adjust to your liking.
Wisk until smooth.
Pour the sauce over all of the chicken.
Bake 30-35 min

Catch the Facebook Live replay here:

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Food Hacks: keep your food fresher longer

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Diet Hacks

I really don’t love salad. I like it if someone else makes it for me. I like having a big fancy salad when I go out to eat. I like it, I just don’t looovvee it.

I think people who meet me or follow me think I just eat salad and drink water.

I eat. I love food. I didnt get to over 225lbs by loving salad. I lost 100lbs by learning to unlove those things that got me into trouble.

I have flexibility now. I can afford to eat a “bad meal” every now and again. It doesnt happen often but I do indulge. I know if the scale goes up or my pants get tight, I know what to do to fix it. Knowing what to do and actually putting it into action are two different beasts.

When I was fat (yes I was fat-that word doesn’t upset me) not only did I get stretch marks #notwinning but I also messed up my insides. As a result of letting myself go and abusing myself with food, I did damage to my gallbladder. I had it taken out a few years ago but I suffered for years with agonizing pain…years! Another prize I got from eating too much is now my stomach is really sensitive. The slightest thing will make me sick at my stomach, its not fun.

I would love to say that I eat all organic. I would love to be able to say that we only eat grass fed meat. We don’t. We eat healthy and we eat real food. BUT, I’m not perfect…more real than perfect.  There are a few diet hacks or my go to’s to help keep me sane or help keep me from getting in the car and driving to get a donut.

Before you leave a comment about some of the items. I will try to save you some time. YES, I use products with aspartame or artificial sweeteners. They don’t bother me. I’ve read the lop sided “research” and I am fine with it. I also wear make up and colour my hair, both in my opinion are worse then the sweeteners.


diet hacks

So this is what I currently have in the fridge/pantry.

I drink Diet Pepsi..not a lot but I do. If I am craving something sweet or something I shouldn’t, diet Pepsi helps me get over the hump. The carbonation fills you and it’s sweet. It makes me not want a cookie or donut.

Diet Swiss Miss – it has to be the diet one – it has 25 calories and no sugar. Again, it helps take the edge off if I feel like I want to snack or a hot sweet drink.

Soup – I eat a lot of soup. It’s easy, filling and can be healthy. Yes I know, perservatives & sodium. I would love to have the time to make a big batch of healthy soup. This is my go to. Please notice, the red pepper tomato soup is organic boom . If you are in the US  the Progresso light variety is great! If you are a rock star and can make your own–then do it! You can jam pack it full of good stuff, oh and send me some!!

Think Thin / Kind Bars – Great options for grab and go. Low cal, low sugar. I love Kind bars but you have to watch the sugar. This on is the caramel sea salt and has 5 grams of sugar

ZippFizz – I love this stuff!! Its a better version of Red Bull – jacked with B12, no sugar. It’s like fizzy Crystal Light on steroids.

Crystal Light – hate me all you want – this helps me get my 3L of water in. I don’t drink it all the time but yes I drink it and really enjoy it!

Chocolate Almonds – low sugar, dusted with cocoa, healthy fat with protein – this one is a winner!

Snapea Crisps – if Im looking for chips or similar a handful of these bad boys does the trick. Gluten free – not carb free.

Ostrim – I love these. Found them at GNC then ordered a box from Amazon. Ostrich meat -super low calorie, barely any fat, no gluten, low carbs. It is a perfect snack. Yes, it is higher in sodium so I just drink more water…still winning!

Justin’s Maple Almond Butter – you dont need much of this stuff. Its healthy but tastes decadent! I really dont use much because the flavour is right there.

Chex – My kids eat Chex. Gluten free, low in sugar. I have a small bowl with some sugar free cashew milk or almond milk and its great. I am favouring the cinnamon chex right now because it kinda reminds me of a churro. Use your mind people…use your mind.

So there you have it.  A few diet hacks that help me stay the course.

I’m an eater…I will always fight the battle of making good choices so these few things help when Im headed down the wrong path. But I will also always win that fight.

These are all of my own items, bought with my own money. None of them were sent to me, but if any of the above mentioned brands would like to send me some of their stuff, I will obviously put it to good use : )

If nothing else, please take care of yourself. If you are carrying around extra weight, do something about it! TRUST ME your life will be so much better. I have lived both sides and I know I NEVER EVER want to go back to being overweight.