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This year has been a year of focus on health and wellness for me. For too long, I’ve neglected my own health. I finally realized it was time to take care of the homemaker so that she can truly take care of the home and family she’s entrusted with.
By adding in regular workouts, I am working to get fit. But, we all know that fitness is mostly found in the kitchen, long before we get to the gym. The foods we eat determines much about our overall wellness.
I find inspiration for eating well from many sources. One of those sources, in particular, is the Healthy Living Made Simple bi-monthly online magazine from Sam’s Club, my favorite place to stock up during monthly grocery shopping trips. Shopping this way allows me to stay on budget. I shop at Sam’s Club so that I can shop in bulk for all of our fresh produce, fresh and frozen meats and fish, and all of our other healthy living needs. The prices are great, and the samples we find when we shop there are a nice bonus.
I love gazing at the sea of fresh produce available at Sam’s Club!
Did you know you can also get a FREE health screening at your local Sam’s Club while you’re already there doing your shopping? Yes! At select clubs on the second Saturday of every month (the next ones coming up are 8/13, 9/10 and 10/8), you can!
The most recent July/August issue featured the super food, spinach. I’m inspired by these monthly super foods and find that this monthly reminder helps me to include more of them into my diet.
Admittedly, I’m not a huge greens fan. I mean, I love a tasty salad, but I’m not like my husband who loves greens on their own. Rather, I prefer to add greens to other foods. I’m really excited to share with you this recipe as it incorporates this super food as well as one of my favorite foods, tomatoes! Now, tomatoes are a different story than greens. I will eat them most any way, shape, or form that I can!
It takes little time to get this dish on the table for supper. It’s perfect for busy days or for when you have company over. It looks like you’ve worked hard, but it’s really quite simple.
3 Cheese Spinach Stuffed Chicken Breasts & Tomatoes:
First, you’ll need to gently saute the spinach.
Then chop up the sauteed spinach:
Mix together a cheese and spice mixture:
Then mix in the cooled spinach:
Set this aside while you prepare the chicken breasts. Place the boneless, skinless breast on a cutting board. Using a very sharp knife, slice the breast in half, leaving one side intact:
Separate the cheese/spinach mixture into two bowls. Reserve one bowl for the tomatoes.
Divide the remaining half mixture between the four breasts and stuff them:
Heat a large cast iron skillet. Then close the chicken breast and carefully place them into the hot skillet. Sear each side, taking care while turning the breast over:
Cover skillet and place in preheated 375*F oven, bake for 20 minutes or until done.
Place sliced Gouda cheese and shredded Parmesan cheese on top of breasts, return to oven, uncovered, until melted:
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