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Turmeric roasted veggies!

You can watch the full video of me dancing around my kitchen and cooking here

Ingredients:

350 grams of fresh beets

200 grams of fresh carrots 

350 grams of baby red potatoes 

2 TBL olive oil

1 TBL of turmeric

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Start by preheating your oven to 425 degrees.

While your oven is heating, time to prep your veggies! I used the baby red potatoes, beets and carrots that came in my veggie share box this week from Helsign Junction Farms. 

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Once your veggies are washed, cut your potatoes and beets into quarters and then cut those quarters in half. Slice your carrots down the middle lengthwise. 

After veggies are chopped, toss in a bowl with olive oil and tumeric. 

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Once everything is coated, place on your baking sheet and stick on the oven for 15 minutes. 

At 15 minutes, take out, toss them around on the pan and then place back into the oven for another 15 minutes. 

Serve with your favorite protein and enjoy! 

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MACROS PER 1 OZ SERVING:

1.4 FAT

5.8 CARBS 

.8 PROTEIN

Quick and easy cucumber salad

With football season here, we have a lot of football sunday’s spent with friends enjoying the game and company. This refreshing salad is a great option you can make and take with you that is not only macro friendly, but will also be a hit on game day. The receipe below is for one serving to make it easy for those of you tracking macros, if you’re wanting a bigger batch just double or tripple these ingredients.

3 oz. raw cherry tomato’s( I used Glory’s nature sweet)

125 grams of cucumber

1 oz white onion

1/4 TBL of olive oil

1 TBL of apple cider vinegar

Dash of sea salt

Dash of dill seasoning

Peel cucumber and dice in quarters. Slice tomatoes in half and slice up your onion, throw it all in a bowl. Add your vinegar, olive oil and seasonings, and stir altogether, then cover and refridgerate for an hour. I didn’t refridgerate mine the first time I made this because I wanted to eat it for lunch and it was just as tasty but letting it set for an hour does help the flavors set it a little more. Easy as that!

I hope you like it,

Mallory