Last night we had mexican food at my house. We have several healthier versions of what can be fattening mexican items.

Ceviche is one of my favorites and I really only love my mom recipe. Not sure if that is I know what she puts in it or if it I season it and don’t add a lot of salt ( I am not a fan of salt).

I have attached a link to get the recipe, but it does tell how much. Really you can just guess at what you want, but just use all the ingredients.

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Here is the link



Baby Food???

So maybe you have seen a pattern here zucchini. I love them and could eat them all the time. Well I make all my sons food and use only organic foods. I saw this in his recipe book and made it. It turned out good and will make for my husband and I with some added spices.

In a pan slice the zucchini and place in the bottom. I used two medium size ones. Pour about a cup of tomato sauce. I just blended up some tomatoes and that was my sauce. Put some mozzarella cheese on top and then drizzle a little olive oil on top. Cover with some foil. Put in the oven at 450 for 25 minutes or until the zucchini is soft and cheese is melted.

I didn’t add any seasoning but when I make it again I will add basil, oregano, garlic, and things to make Italian.



New adventure

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Baked zucchini chips

Sorry but life has been crazy. With taking class to become a health coach (which I now am), to building up my website and business, to my now 10 month old, life has been nonstop. But I have a ton to share with you.

I know I posted about kale chips and now here are zucchini chips. I like these more, but still love kale chips.

You cut the zucchini into thin slices and you press them between two paper towels to get as much water out as possible. Once you have done that then spray a baking sheet and place them on it. Make sure none of them are on top of each other. Brush some olive oil on them and sprinkle any seasonings you want. I just did sea salt but will do pepper as well next time. Pre-heat oven to 225 bake for 2+ hours. Watch for some that are browning quicker than the other. I checked about them about 15 mins earlier. I had to remove some of them.

Let them cool and the put them in a container to enjoy for later.