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Broccoli, Leek & Potato Soup

Friday Fit Food Fun Recipes Included

April 12, 2019 Comments Off on Friday Fit Food Fun Recipes Included

What are you cooking this weekend? No idea? Here are some recipes for fit food that’s also fun to make whether cooking for yourself, or a crowd.

Crispy Sesame Chicken Fingers with Spicy Peanut Sauce by @savorysimple.

Crispy Sesame Chicken Fingers

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View the original recipe by clicking here.

My notes: I made this for 5 people, so I doubled the recipe. However, I really didn’t need to double the sesame seeds and panko breadcrumbs because there was plenty left over after I’d rolled all of the chicken tenders in the mix. When I make it again, I’ll go with the original amount of sesame seed and panko breadcrumbs mix. Then, mix together more if needed.

What’s to love about this recipe: Making these is way easier than dredging chicken through eggs, flour, and then breadcrumbs. Chicken still tastes great when reheated in the oven the next day. We are picky chicken people in our house.

Seared Broccoli, Potato, and Leek Soup

Broccoli, Leek & Potato Soup

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View the original recipe from NYT Cooking by clicking here.

My notes: This soup often becomes my lunch for the week and sometimes I’ll share a cup, or two with my guy. For the onion in the recipe I substituted leeks for the onions this past week when I made it, because they are more nutrient dense. I especially like that leeks are a good source of iron and bone strengthening manganese.

What’s to love about this recipe: Beyond it looking like spring when Minnesota’s spring chooses to hide beneath a blanket of snow, it’s warm, has a complex flavor and a kick of spice. It’s satisfying like a cream based soup without the cream and flour.  I like to make it on Sundays and have it as lunch for the week.

Creme Brulee Energy Bites

Creme Brulee Energy Bites

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These are my own creation. View the original recipe by clicking here.

What’s to love about this recipe? It came from my brain. JK. It only calls for 4 ingredients and it’s easy and affordable to make. Sweetly satisfying.

Flourless Banana Bread Bars by @cottercrunch.

  • Flourless Banana Bread Bars

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    View the original recipe by clicking here.

  • My notes: The only switch I did with this recipe was using the rolled oats that I had on hand instead of gluten free ones. To the best of my knowledge I do not have any sort of gluten allergy. It didn’t seem worth it to make an extra trip to the store. I did (as the recipe suggested I could) mash up a few slices of banana into the optional cinnamon streusel.What’s to love about this recipe? Yum! Satisfying and rich in flavor without being too heavy.

What recipes are you loving right now? Let’s connect! You can find me on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.


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