Saturday, January 28, 2017

Betty Crocker Tested: Three Pan-Roasted Meals to Make Weeknight Cooking Easier

We all know Betty Crocker isn't real, but regardless, this fictional character has developed countless recipes for more than 90 years. We found three Betty Crocker recipes that help todday's modern family get dinner on the table quickly.

Pork with Sweet Potatoes and Apples 

Pork with Sweet Potatoes and Apples

With this Betty Crocker recipe, pork tenderloin doesn't have to be a Sunday night meal. You can get this recipe on the table in 50 minutes. If you don't have fresh lemons on hand, we have the a recipe substitute, we suggest adding one drop of Young Living's Lemon Dietary Vitality Oil to the maple syrup mixture. Young Living's Vitality Dietary Oils are great staples for your pantry.

Jerk Chicken with Sweet Potatoes 

Jerk Chicken with  Sweet Potatoes

This Better Crocker recipe also uses sweet potatoes, but you can have your jerk chicken with any potato you would like. If you your children like roasted new potatoes then go for it.  But what we do suggest is using Young Living's Ginger, Dietary Essential Oil in place of that hard to peel Gingerroot. You will need just one drop and you'll save yourself loads of time. 

Tuscan Chicken and Vegetables 

Tuscan Chicken and Vegetables We love the idea of putting everything in the oven and forgetting about it until the timer goes off. This Tuscan Chicken and Vegetable recipe will work with chicken thighs, too. We also suggest adding a drop of Young Living's Oregano Vitality oil to the olive oil mixture. You can do Basil Vitality Oil, too. One drop is all you need and it will boost your meal with healthy flavor. 

More About Young Living's Vitality Dietary Essential Oils 

In our home kitchens, our founder, Leigh Hines, love cooking with Young Living Dietary Essential Oils.Some of the dietary vitality oils we grab most often from our pantries are Ginger, Basil, Oregano, Lemon, and Lime. Explore the Young Living Vitality either at retail or at member prices

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