Author Archives: Krista

Bahn Mi Tofu Tacos

If you love, Bahn Mi, you’ll love these Bahn Mi Tofu Tacos. We go to Asheville, North Carolina at least once a year to go hiking, eat the amazing food, and it’s a quick (and beautiful) drive from Nashville. When we’re there, we always make a stop at White Duck Taco. I typically order the same thing, including Bahn Mi Tofu Tacos which are so delicious — so much so that I had to attempt to make them […]

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Empower Your Entire Body with Our Marvelous You Kits

The body’s self-healing ability doesn’t receive near the amount of attention it deserves. We can see this process in action anytime we have a cut or bruise, but it’s an ongoing process throughout the body. These self-healing abilities only fail us when the body doesn’t get the nutrients it needs to sustain good health and eliminate toxins timely and efficiently. Our Marvelous You Kits pick up where a healthy diet leaves off, supplying additional nutritional support for […]

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Slow Cooker Italian White Beans with Mushrooms

We are obsessed with these Slow Cooker White Beans and have been eating them with everything from spaghetti squash to creamy spinach polenta to cheesy zucchini noodles. The leftovers freeze great and they are perfect for meal prep since they are even better after a night in the fridge. If you’re in the market for a delicious, stick-to-your-ribs type of dish that’s full of hearty white beans, tomatoes, garlic, capers, mushrooms, and black olives, then you’ve come […]

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What Is the Best Diet for Eye Health?

The best diet for eye health is the one that helps keep you healthy as well. When you search the internet, you’re going to find lots of articles on the best food for your eyes, and they’re all different. That’s because many studies show that many foods are good for the eyes. We’re going to do one better. We’re going to show you the best diet for your eye health based on the nutrients your eyes need. […]

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Roasted Butternut Squash Broccoli Cheddar Chicken Couscous

Delicious, cheesy broccoli cheddar chicken couscous with sweet and spicy roasted butternut squash. You’ll love this easy, cozy and quick dinner recipe for any night of the week!  Welcome back from #AKCookieWeek! I hope you had a delicious weekend. Sarah was here and after 3 Chicago bridal shops, she finally found her perfect dress. So exciting! […] The post Roasted Butternut Squash Broccoli Cheddar Chicken Couscous appeared first on Ambitious Kitchen. Powered by WPeMatico

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Quick Chicken Sweet Potato Kale Skillet with Cranberries and Goat Cheese

One of the great ironies of writing a food blog and a cookbook is that the nights I think I’ll enjoy cooking the most—the ones when I’m not following or testing a recipe and thus can toss in a pinch of this and a handful of that without second thought or even (GASP!) measuring—end up being the ones I most wish I’d documented our meal with my usual rigor. Ben and I will sit down to eat […]

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Cinnamon french toast bubble up

I have all the Christmas morning feels with this recipe. I wanted to bake up a simple yet delicious dish that would feed the whole family and this cinnamon french toast bubble up is just the thing. Sweet enough to feel like an indulgence but can definitely keep you on track. This dish can be whipped up in just a few minutes and popped in the oven. Serves 12 and on WW freestyle it’s just 4 smart points […]

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Thai Basil Ground Beef Bowl

Ever since my trip to Thailand I have been head over heels for Thai food. Luckily in Los Angeles, I can find amazing and authentic dishes in Thai Town, but many times I want to create it at home and have more control of the ingredients. One of my favorite spicy dishes is Thai Holy Basil Beef, or Gai Pad Krapow, so I set out to create a quick and healthier version at home using ground beef […]

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Air Fryer Bacon Wrapped Chicken Bites

Bacon wrapped chicken bites are the easiest appetizer, made with just TWO ingredients. Using the air fryer, the bacon comes out crisp on the outside, and the chicken juicy and tender inside. These were always a favorite when I was a kid, my Mom served them anytime we had company. She would set out some duck sauce, totally optional and let everyone dig in. If you prefer to bake them in the oven, you can use oven […]

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Are Bananas Free (Zero Points) on Weight Watchers?

How Many Weight Watchers Points is a banana? What makes Weight Watchers different from other diet wellness programs and the reason it worked well for me is that you can eat whatever you like. On WW no foods are off limits. But if you are choosing to eat fast food, chips and cookies, you’ll use up your points on a small amount of food and may end up being very hungry. To help you make better choices, and […]

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