This lower carb version of stuffed peppers was a hit with the whole house. Packed with nutrients like vitamin c, fiber and protein, the flavors mask any trace of “health” food with pure deliciousness.
The great thing about stuffed peppers is they can be customized and stuffed with any mix of ingredients, but this combination is worth trying! Yum!
4 Red Bell Peppers
1 lb. Lean Ground Turkey
1 Can Black Beans
1 Tbsp. Minced Garlic
Seasonings as desired (I used s&p, chili powder, cayenne pepper)
1 Head of Broccoli
1 Cup Shredded Cheese
1 Can Tomato sauce
- Split your peppers in half lengthwise and clean out the insides. Immerse in a pot of boiling water for 5 minutes to soften, then set aside to cool.
- Pre-heat oven to 350 F.
- Spray a skillet with olive oil and sauté the minced garlic. for one minute. Add in ground turkey, spices and chopped cilantro.
- Steam broccoli and chop into small pieces.
- Mix black beans, tomato sauce and broccoli into the turkey pan.
- Fill each pepper half with filling and cheese and place on a 13×9 inch glass baking dish. I lined mine with foil and lightly sprayed with olive oil to avoid sticking.
- Lastly, spray olive oil over the top of the stuffed peppers to aid in low-fat cheese melting and bake for 25-30 minutes.
These stuffed peppers pair well with a side salad, a drizzle of spicy hot sauce on top and a sweet moscato wine. Yum!
I was recently came up on four amazing VIP passes to a Sac Republic FC soccer game! Just one of the perks of working for the best athletic club in Sacramento. I’m not a huge soccer fan, but this was amazing!! The Sacramento soccer scene is wild!
VIP comes with tented shade (a must in 100 degree Sacramento sun), a deliciously impressive fiesta buffet, free alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. It even comes with free massages and everyone working there is extremely kind! To top it off the seating is right behind the goal so we were able to view all the action from front row. This was one of the best sporting events I’ve ever attended.
This Independence Day was spent on the California coast. We set off an a road trip to Pismo Beach at 3 a.m. arrived early enough for breakfast on the beach and a full day of exploring this new place.
What would Fourth of July be without a little red white and booze?
We took a midday break to have a few drinks and a few laughs on our rooftop with a bunch of other people staying at the hotel.
The most awesome picture taken by one of the locals we befriended.
Nice people in Pismo!
Day two consisted of sleeping on the beach and exploring the pier before heading home
Cheers to many more summer weekends of laughter, sunshine and good friends.
You know why I love you?
Because you do all the work so I don’t have to.
Think they get fed a lot?
They definitely do.
First time in a bikini this season, ahh it feels good!
Kayaking works up a thirst!
I love fruity hard cider, and cute beers too.
My sista Chelsea!
Someone has a sunburn…. and someone else is uh, what is Emma doing!?
I’m learning to appreciate the journey more, trust the process and not put so much pressure on the destination. Looking forward to the next few months of more days like these!
Fourth of July is just a few days away now so whether you’re having the block party bash of the year or just playing it cool close to home these festive fourth of July eats will satisfy your sweet tooth and your patriotism.
The raspberry blueberry muffins are fruity and hearty (and cute) and the kabobs were a huge hit with everyone I shared them with, and super easy to make too!