Category: HEALTH

Scout Fit: Recipes

Posted on March 27th, by Melanie

Ok, so I have been seriously slacking in the kitchen. I lost my mojo, and I need to get inspired again. BUT, I did make a few recipes recently that I loved.

My friend recommended the Pioneer Woman’s chili recipe and it is TO DIE FOR. Probably the best chili recipe I have made, ever. You can find it HERE. 

recipe note * I did not use the “Masa Harina” she asks for in the recipe. But, my friend told me to add a TBSP of brown sugar and dijon mustard to the meat while browning. It was incredibly delicious, and my family at the whole pot in one night!

I found myself buying energy bites and protein balls all over town and spending way too much money on them. When I saw Wellness for the Win’s n0 bake energy bite recipe, I knew I had to try them! We have been through a batch a week, and the whole family eats them.… Continue Reading

Scout Fit: Two Healthy Chicken Recipes your kids will love!

Posted on February 21st, by Melanie

I feel like Chicken is a weekly staple in our household. It is typically what I make on Monday’s because my husband is at the studio that night and it’s typically an easy recipe. I tried two new chicken recipes in the last two weeks and my kids gobbled it up!

Wellness for the Win is actually a Kansas City blogger that my husband told me about. I was scrolling through her site today and she has a ton of good recipes. I am adding her site to search on a weekly basis. Tonight I did her baked honey garlic chicken nuggets. They have an asian feel to them, and they were delicious. We did GF breadcrumbs which weren’t as great as normal breadcrumbs, but everyone still ate them so I consider that a win.

I paired it with some rice and stir fry veggies on the side. I did frozen veggies which I regret; I will definitely do fresh next time.… Continue Reading

Scout Fit: Healthy Recipes

Posted on February 6th, by Melanie

Hey guys! The last two weeks I did repeat some of my recent favorites but added two new ones to the mix. This Cheeseburger Caserole from Skinnytaste was liked by the kids A LOT but I wouldn’t consider it all that healthy; although it says it is low calories; It was high in carbs and sodium. I think this is a good Sunday night meal, when it’s cold out and you just want something comforting. Also makes great leftovers!

recipe notes: I would go much lighter on the mustard; it was a little overwhelming. And, I used GF noodles to make it a GF meal. 

On Thursday I made her Crockpot  Slow Cooker Burrito Bowls. These were DELISH. Somehow I got my kids to eat them, even though they had beans and veggies in there. Well, actually our power had gone out and it was dark, so maybe that is why??… Continue Reading