Honey Garlic Sauce is interchangeable!

Honey Garlic Sauce…..

I found this amazing recipe for Honey Garlic Califlower, I  quickly realized that it was completely interchangeable with several other dishes my family would love!

Califlower

Roast your califlower or other veggies you plan on using

Toss your roasted veggies in the Honey Garlic Sauce

This version has grilled chicken,asparagus, broccoli,califlower and mushrooms served over white rice!

That’s how you can change it up. You start with a basic sauce, adding different ingredients that match the flavor profile for different dinner ideas using similar ingredients throughout the week.

If you b.b.q. too much chicken and it’s not overly seasoned use the leftovers for this type of recipe the following night.

Maybe you made too much vegetables and you don’t want to waste them, toss them in this sauce the next night and now you’ve got a whole new side dish!

 

Biscotti….. it’s easier than you might think

Making #Biscotti is actually a pretty easy #snack to make

Your ingredients…..

Mix it up real good before adding the fruits and nuts.

Shape into loafs and bake until golden brown…..

Slice the cooled #Biscotti and bake a second time until lightly golden brown….

Let the cooked #Biscotti cool before enjoying!

Lemon Chicken Piccata

Have you ever had a favorite TV dinner? I did, years ago there was a TV dinner that was so good I could literally eat 2 whole dinners at a time. It was a popular brand that still exists today however it is so laden with chemicals it’s more a foodlike product than real food.

It’s #TheRoxieWay to find a clean way to cook the same thing, I have accomplished that with this amazing recipe I found. I tweeked a few things and added a couple of my own ideas to the recipe to make it my own otherwise it wouldn’t be #TheRoxieWay. My version takes approximately 30 minutes to cook using only Real ingredients, no chemicals and a lot of LOVE.

Lemon Piccata with new potatoes and mushrooms

Hot Chocolate Dippers

Hot Chocolate Dippers

I love a cup of hot chocolate when it’s cold and rainy outside. Unfortunately most of what is on the supermarket shelves I can’t have due to the chemicals in them, but after watching an episode of Terry Crews Saves Christmas, I was happy to see I could make my own! Here is two different ways to make them: Either dip a spoon into your melted chocolates and top with a variety of nonpareils or use a plastic shot cup fill with melted chocolates then top with marshmallows or nonpareils. Let the chocolate set up, add to a cup of steamy milk and stir!

 

Hello world!

Hello World!!!!!!!!!!!!

My name is Roxie and I have a story to tell……..

I hope you will come back regularly, read my story, enjoy my posts, and engage in my blog……

I am a self taught cook who had no choice but to eliminate as much processed foods and products from my life……and that’s where my story will begin……

Beef Noodle Soup