“Okay Elle... I can probably do the Salmon, but Brussel Sprouts?!... Ewwww!”
I definitely thought the same thing before I tried this recipe... but before you get all grossed out on me, have you tried roasted brussel sprouts lately? I mean seriously… these veggies are not your average, yuck-nasty, boiled brussels sprouts that your family seemed to make you eat as a punishment when you were a kid… oh no, girlfriend… the way these veggies are prepared will actually make you crave them on a regular basis. Ask my wife…this recipe changed her life!
On the flip side, if you love healthy and filling meals as much as I do… you’re definitely going to want to add this to your recipe rotation! Here’s how you make it:
Hey girl, hey!
I know… I get it… I’ve heard it before. Cruising through the drive-thru at dinner time is waaay less time consuming than going home and hand-making a meal, especially on a week day. And to be quite frank, the number one compliant I have heard from the women I’ve worked with is that there is no time for prepping and cooking meals. Between work, school, kids, household chores, and social activities… life gets busy! So how’s a girl to add in a home cooked meal on top of everything else? Planning, organization, and quick meals, girlfriend!
So if you had a chance to look at my last recipe post, Sautéed Chicken and Spinach, I gave a detailed description on how cooking at home can and will save you money. In all honesty, making meals at home are absolutely necessary if you want to significantly save up those coins. So today, I’m bringing you a delicious recipe that will satisfy both your taste buds and your pocketbook. Let’s jump right in… Fork first!
Hey girl, hey!
So if you read my "About Elle" page, I already warned you that this blog was guaranteed to be all over the place. Fun fact about me is that I love to cook. And do you know know why I love to cook?!... (Say it with me!) BECAUSE IT SAVES MONEY! Yes, think about it! More times than not, when you cook a meal at home, you'll have enough to indulge on for dinner and enough to take to work the next day (if you do it right!). Taking your lunch to work ultimately saves money, because it reduces the temptation to go out and get something to eat.
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