Happy Friday everyone! I am so happy its the weekend. It’s been chilly here in Dallas this week — 35 degrees yesterday! What! I know that seems warm to you northern people. I’m crossing my fingers it at least snows a little bit here sometime this winter. February is usually our month where we’ll get at least half an inch to an inch every year. We can only hope.
Today I’m sharing a delicious recipe for Skinny Orange Chicken over on my friend Alysia’s blog, Slim Sanity!
It’s a really simple recipe that’s much lighter than the restaurant or fast food version. The sauce is made out of freshly squeezed orange juice, garlic, honey, a soy sauce substitute, and a heavenly mixture of seasonings. Be sure to head over, check out my recipe, and give her site some love! I can’t wait to get to know her readers.
If you’re coming over from Alysia’s website, welcome! I am SO happy you’re here. In case you haven’t been to my website before, I’m a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist from Dallas, Texas. I love cooking, gardening, practicing yoga and learning more about the mind-body connection. In fact, I’m currently doing a series called 12 Habits in 2015, where each month is a different mindfulness topic with tips, advice, printables and much more.
My mission is to inspire you to make healthy choices—not just in food choices but also in being active and maintaining the mind-body connection. The recipes you’ll find here will be geared toward natural, fresh whole foods as close to their original form as possible. Be sure to check out my recipe box for more tasty recipes!
Leave me a comment below with your blog link if you’re new! I can’t wait to meet everyone! :)
Hi! I’m Emily, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and self-taught intuitive chef. I firmly believe that cooking is the simplest and most important step we can take to improve our minds and bodies and build healthier communities. Join me and let’s bring food back to the kitchen!