Garlic Chicken with Potatoes & Green Beans

We have pledged to eat healthier in 2013 so any corners we can cut to do that, we will, but slowly.  I feel like we often set ourselves up for failure when we completely try to overhaul our lives with new foods, entire exercise routines, and cutting out every single thing we love.   We are learning to take it a little slower by substituting various foods, cutting out one thing at a time, and incorporating fun exercise as a family.  So if you’ve seen a few new healthier recipes here than usual, this is why.

Garlic Chicken with Potatoes - Green Beans

Now on to this recipe.  I was introduced to Land O Lakes Saute Express squares and I am in love with them!!   Seriously guys.  I get to try a lot of things and this has by far been one of my favorites as far as food items go.  These small squares are PACKED with flavor, combining olive oil, butter, and herbs & spices.  They are 60-70 calories per serving and each square has 2 servings.  It has a more concentrated flavor so a little goes a long ways!

saute express

Speaking of a little, I actually used less squares than the recipe called for in this meal.  Having used the squares on various recipes prior to this recipe, I have figured out how much flavor half or a whole will give.  I think these squares are awesome!  You’ll find them with the butter. Go check them out y’all.

Garlic Chicken with Potatoes and Green Beans

Garlic Potatoes and Green Beans

I have used these squares sauted with shrimp, with toasted french bread, and Toby’s favorite healthy meal, Salmon & Asparagus. Endless ideas!

french bread Lemon Peppered Salmon with Asparagus garlic and herb shrimp

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