Sides

Sides

Tomato & Basil Cauliflower Rice

and you can make so many things with it, as you would with rice. This tomato & basil cauliflower rice is probably my favorite so far. I’ve made a few different ones, including Stir Fry Cauliflower Rice (Meatless Monday) that I’ve shared with you.

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Sides Thanksgiving

Brussels Sprouts and Carrots with Bacon (One Pan Dish)

Do you have a favorite side dish for Thanksgiving? I really love all my sides but my ultimate favorite is sautéed brussels sprouts and carrots with bacon. It is a must for Thanksgiving. It’s full of fall colors and tastes amazing. Brussels sprouts and carrots with bacon is perfect, since there are so many dishes to already make. You don’t have to worry about using multiple pans. I love roasted vegetables but this is one of the few vegetable dishes I like to sauté.

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Lunch/Dinner Sides

Farro with Roasted Vegetables (Meatless Monday)

By now you can see how much I love roasted vegetables. Adding farro to the mix makes it even better. For those nights you don’t want meat. And by that I mean chicken. My husband is perfectly fine having chicken for breakfast, lunch and dinner but I get tired of it. This farro bowl is hearty and very filling. You got yourself some nice fall colors in this dish. Very halloweenish if you asked me. All I did was make some roasted vegetables and then realized the halloween colors are all in this dish! HA! In 15 minutes you have all the vegetables you need for a nutritious meal.

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Sides

Roasted Baby Potatoes

Did you know if there was one food you could live on for the rest of your life it would be potatoes? Potatoes essentially have all the amino acids and proteins our bodies need. However, we would have deficiencies with other vitamins. Most of us love potatoes and I’d say french fries is the most popular! My favorite potato to make at home is the baby potatoes. Why? Roasted baby potatoes are so easy to make and don’t take forever to bake!

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Breakfast Sides

20 Minute Hash Browns

Let’s make hash browns in 20 minutes! We can all agree not every restaurant makes good hash browns. Some make them better than others. I’ve ordered hash browns that look like balls of potatoes sort of mashed together! I know, not what you would expect! Hash Browns may seem a bit difficult to make but after many different ways of making them, this is my favorite way. Broiling in the oven! Easy and crispy on the outside. The perfect cozy meal to have with a side of eggs and bacon.

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