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This kid-friendly recipe can serve as a great snack, a side dish or a vegetarian meal for Meatless Mondays. Just cut up a head of cauliflower, dip in egg and panko crumbs, and bake for 15-20 minutes. While the veggie is baking, mix honey, garlic, onion powder, corn starch and soy sauce in a pot (add sriracha if you want a little heat), and simmer until thick. Toss with the warm cauliflower right out of the oven.
“I can’t get enough of this honey garlic sauce. It’s savory, spicy, and sweet, all at the same time. And crunchy bites of cauliflower are the perfect vehicle for soaking up the thick sauce.”
Founded in 2014, Faithbox is a startup aimed at helping Christians grow their faith while helping others. For a monthly subscription, members receive a box every 30-days with daily devotional, prayers, scripture readings and challenges to help keep their faith journey focused. There are also eco-friendly products included in the box, and each box shipped provides three meals to hungry kids at Christian orphanages via the company’s= partnership with RiceBowls.org.
Check out this online review to see the product in action.
“Faithbox inspires daily Christian living by helping you grow in your faith, impact your community, and discover meaningful products from companies that do good.”
“Creamy” usually means, “fattening.” Not in this recipe. The “creamy” is only 3 Tablespoons of cream for the entire dish. The recipe advertises the flavors contain lots of our favorite things: creamy, buttery, cilantro, caramelized onions and lemon. Yum! A skillet meal that completes in the oven, this gluten free chicken dish comes out to about 300 calories, 14g fat, 2g carbs, and 33g protein per serving.
“About 40 minutes start to finish. We LOVED this meal.”
This has been the most popular pin on HealthValues, so we had to include it with our Top Pins of the Week. Bible journaling isn’t new, but it is taking off as a fun, creative way to interact with your favorite Bible verses. All you need is a Bible and a few colorful pens to get started. For inspiration, you can find Bible journaling boards on Pinterest or check out the Journaling Bible Community on Facebook.
“Bible journaling can be a little scary, especially if you’re not used to writing in your Bible before. For that reason, I recommend starting off with a verse that you know well and that means a lot to you. Starting with a verse that you are very familiar with helps take away some level of discomfort when it comes to journaling in your Bible for the first time, and it will help you come up with an idea faster.”
Summer isn’t over yet! Vegetables are bursting in abundance at local farmer’s markets, and it’s the perfect time to grab your favorite roasting veggies and grill them up in these family-friendly individual-serving packs. The burst of flavor comes from the seasonings: olive oil, oregano, parsley, garlic powder, paprika, salt and pepper. From there you just toss and grill for 16-24 minutes. Instant dinner.
“Clean up … is pretty much nonexistent. I mean, eat it out of foil and then chuck out the foil and…wash your fork?? That is the kind of kitchen clean up I’m all about!”
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