We've finally made it to the end of the 21 Day Challenge! As a reward for all of the hard work you've done cooking, here's something sweet to bake. This Almond Cake is reduced fat, as we cut half the butter with applesauce. You can replace all of the butter with applesauce, but it will change the texture a bit.
We love slow cooker recipes. They just make dinner (and lunch for the week) so easy. Enchiladas are delicious, but they can be time-consuming and with the tortillas and all that cheese, they are not always the healthiest choice. This Quinoa Enchilada Bake combines the ease of the slow cooker with the deliciousness of enchiladas and it's something you can feel good eating. Not only does this recipe include quinoa, one of those "hot" food items that everyone is raving about, but it also has plenty of colorful veggies and beans.
Adapted From Cooking Classy
When it's cold, there's nothing better than curling up with a hot bowl of soup. Like with the All-Blender Soup, this soup is pretty easy- instead of a blender, everything just goes into pot. A tip for cutting down on the prep time is to buy the veggies already cut. Most grocery stores will sell packages of pre-cut veggies like onions, carrots, peppers or celery in the produce section. This recipe uses an immersion blender at the end, but if you don't have one, just scoop out a good portion of the potatoes and broccoli and put them in a blender for a few minutes.
Chicken potpie has never been simpler or cuter. The 21 Day Challenge includes several muffin tin recipes because muffin tins give you flexibility. It is easy to double, or even triple the recipe, to make more for a large group, or freeze or refrigerate uneaten portions to eat as leftovers or take for lunch.
It's football season, and you may be spending your Sundays watching your team dominate (or fail miserably). Why not incorporate the 21 Day Challenge into your weekly routine? After all, that's the point of the challenge- to make cooking at home part of your lifestyle. Sure, this dip isn't exactly the healthiest thing you could make, but when it's cold outside, this spicy dip is exactly what you need for your Sunday TV watching (whether that's football or not).