Hi everyone! It’s been a while. I guess I got pretty busy with the holidays and traveling. This meal was actually inspired by a comment on my page about making ziti bake for protein-eating family with a low-protein version on the side. Sounded good! The protein version I made was inspired by this recipe: Taste… Continue reading “Ziti” Bake
Ok I am so excited about this! Lately I have been getting more into cooking. In the past it has been a little stressful for me. This is probably partly because I didn’t have much practice — I simply hadn’t developed the skill very much. But for the most part I think it’s because I was… Continue reading Zucchini Stroganoff – cooking success!
First I sauteed diced onions. Meanwhile I sliced cherry tomatoes in half. Then added those and some garlic to the pan. I sprinkled lots of basil and a little salt and oregano on the tomatoes. I let those simmer on medium low heat for a while. Then I added some marinara sauce with about a… Continue reading Pasta and Creamy Tomato Sauce
I loosely followed this recipe. If you follow my blog you will know by now that I don’t really follow recipes. So let’s say this was inspired by this recipe. Even the protein version I made for my husband didn’t quite follow this. (If you’re curious, for his I just added mozzarella cheese) Inspiration recipe: Spicy… Continue reading Roasted Veggie Creamy Pasta
I’ve been meaning to write down a recipe for this forever! This is a meal I come back to pretty often. It’s easy and yummy. I actually made this last week when I was on a roll with veggies, but I’m just getting around to posting it. Please note this recipe uses many of the… Continue reading Pasta Salad
Another yummy pasta dish This may look similar to a pasta dish I posted in the past…It is really similar. Just thought I would share what I made last night. It was mostly a spontaneous recipe adapted from what I was making for my husband (sun-dried tomato pesto tuna sandwich). Here is a rough outline… Continue reading Dinner!
One big thing I am sure we all do is meal adaptations. Especially in a family, this becomes extremely useful. Growing up, my mom always made two meals — one for the “protein-eaters,” as we called them (my parents and two younger sisters), and one for the PKU child. My mom was very creative in… Continue reading Meal Tip and ‘Goop’ Recipe