Sometimes it’s hard to get dinner on the table in a timely manner so I just had to show you my Keto Friendly Quick Dinner Idea! It’s a Ribeye Steak served up with riced Cauliflower and a side of asparagus. At first, this meal sounds time-consuming, right? This dinner is on the table in a little over 10 minutes! I’m not even kidding! I am the queen of quick dinner ideas! I’ve had to adjust a bit when I started my Ketogenic journey. This dinner may just be my all time favorite.
Have you ever wondered if your tap water is clean drinking water? I’m typically the person that says water is water and it all tastes the same until I moved. I think I got so used to drinking tap water that everyone’s water all started to taste the same. I started to ask the question is my water clean drinking water? My husband, as picky as he is, has always tried to convince me that we needed a reverse osmosis drinking system. His friend had a system and he knew the quality difference in the water.
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Nestlé SweeTARTS. The opinions and text are all mine. I am always on the hunt for some super cute Easter dessert ideas but I just love it when it’s cute and easy to make! I love how SweeTARTS has made it easy for me to decorate a treat with the new Easter treats! Not only are they adorable but the kids will enjoy them also. We prepared 4 boxes of instant vanilla pudding in a large bowl by following the directions on the package.
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Selecting a term
Start searching tweets, articles from media outlets, articles mentioned in tweets, journalists'
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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