I’m excited today to share with you my very first guest post! That is, I created a recipe specifically for Tobias and Christel Oerum from The Fit Blog to share with their readers. You should really check out their site, if you haven’t already.
They’re an amazing couple who post about all kinds of health and fitness topics. Christel posts a ton of really great information and resources about how to live a healthy lifestyle and stay fit while battling diabetes. She has great dietary advice about how to control blood sugar levels and guidance on how to work out while keep blood sugar levels stable. The Fit Blog is a great resource for anyone who is trying to live a healthy lifestyle in general.
Sharing a recipe on their site is an honor, and I’m glad for the opportunity!
I made an easy recipe that includes everything you need for a complete, healthy meal. In one pan, I roasted chicken thighs, sweet potatoes and assorted veggies with a simple cumin spice rub to flavor it. It’s one of those great meals that allows you to stick everything in the oven at the same time. You can avoid the dance of trying to make sure every part of your meal is hot and ready to eat all at once. Simply pull the pan out of the oven once the chicken is cooked and the sweet potatoes are tender!
Taylor and I both really like one pan/one pot meals, because it means less work on the cooking end for me, and less work on the cleaning end for him! I’m really blessed to have a generous husband who is always willing to clean up my kitchen messes (sometimes very scary messes.)
I might have already told this story in a post, so if you’ve heard it before, forgive me.
Right after we were first married, I made Mexican food for dinner. Taylor sweetly offered to do the dishes while I relaxed. Halfway through his task, he looked over at me (probably reading a magazine or messing around on the computer), and he said, “I love you.”
“How sweet, I love you too!” I responded.
He continued. “I love you, even though you use every dish in the kitchen to make Mexican food.”
Haha! We had just gotten married, and I was overly excited to use all the new kitchen stuff we had registered for!
I always try to keep the dish load minimal, but you can’t be creative without the freedom to dirty a lot of dishes every once in a while 😉
Am I right?
To get the full recipe and nutrition information for Cumin Roasted Chicken and Vegetables, check out the full post at The Fit Blog
As always, thanks for reading!