I recently received a copy of the newest special issue from Woman’s World magazine called Eat Well, Live Well which features 130 plant based recipes organized by color. This book covers every fruit and vegetable you can imagine and delicious ways to prepare them. Continue reading “Eat Well Live Well”
Pan-seared bratwurst and cabbage is an easy to make dinner that stands on its own with no need for exotic spices or arduous preparation. Up to this point, Domesticated Wild Child has focused on recipes using kielbasa such as Skillet Kielbasa Mac and Cheese Penne or Kielbasa Potato Bake. This is because the smoked flavor and texture of kielbasa plays so well with a variety … Continue reading Pan-seared Bratwurst and Cabbage
Vegetarian Today we have a wholesome homemade soup. Roasted butternut squash forms the basis of this delicious appetizer or light main course meal. The best part about making soup at home is that you can generally use whatever you have on hand. For that reason, substitutions in this recipe are encouraged. Go ahead and try new combinations, have fun with it! One note in particular, … Continue reading Roasted Butternut Squash Soup
I love this recipe for Chili Lime Pepper Chicken! It’s incredibly easy to put together so you can let it marinade all day and have it on the table in less than an hour. It’s also low on fat and carbs so it’s a great option for meal prepping because you can make a lot at one time and they reheat very well!
There’s something new you might want to reconsider for your next meal: the humble bowl. Turns out, if you pick a mix of ingredients that are good for you and taste good together, you might be able to meet your nutrition needs and have an Instagram-worthy meal, too—all thanks to the bowl. In fact, bowl meals are sweeping food trends, inspiring lots of people to rethink how they can eat well and eat beautiful, too. Continue reading “How to Make a Healthy Acai Bowl”