Happy Monday I’m Christine Smith also known as Fitlovingmommy if you just so happen to follow me on Instagram or Facebook. I’m married to my best friend Jesse, and we have 3 beautiful kiddos together, Gabe 6, Isaiah 4 and Hannah 2.
I first got in to health and fitness about 6 years ago after I had my first son. And while I liked fitness I didn’t really fall in love with it until a year after I had our 2nd baby. I was at my heaviest, 203 lbs and lost 50 lbs over the course of several months until I got pregnant with our daughter. After having her I realized how amazing it is to help others and that’s when I became a BeachBody coach. I do also have my own blog which I just started so feel free to check that out here: fitlovingmommy.blogspot.com.
Now on to the good stuff, the whole reason your here, FOOD! I’m going to share with you 5 ideas for supper that I find to be healthy and a huge hit at our house. So I really hope that you’ll enjoy them as much as we do!
Chili Lime Chicken
This chicken turns out so moist and tender, its absolutely AMAZING. I served mine with quinoa but it would also me good served with rice and a side of veggies, broccoli or fresh green beans are good.
Ginger Beef Stir Fry
This is a serious favorite around here! I make it all the time in the summer! If your not a fan of kale you can use spinich in it’s place and it’s just as delicious and the leftovers are even better!
My mouth is watering just thinking about this meal! I like to use extra cilantro, which I’m not normally a fan of and extra lime. I also like to use the private selection frozen french green beans from Kroger or Fred Meyer if you have one of those near you. Fresh french green beans work just as well. Serve with brown rice, wild rice and a side of avacado.
Spaghetti Squash Spaghetti
Have you tried Spaghetti Squash yet? If not you are missing out! Skip the pasta and use this squash in it’s place. Low in carbs and calories and it won’t disappoint! Here is a link on how to cook it if your unfamiliar: How to make spaghetti squash.
Once it’s done cooking, shred it, add a little salt and pepper. Use your favorite spaghetti sauce (we like Ragu) and add in your favorite meat, I like to use Isernio’s chicken sausage. Serve and enjoy!
My mom introduced me to this recipe and I’ve kept it in rotation ever since. It’s served over brown rice with kale and sugar snap peas. If your not sure about buying fresh Kale check out your frozen section, lots of places have it there!
Thank you for inviting me to share some of my favorite meals and I hope that everyone will enjoy them just as much as my family does!!