I’m thrilled to share such a tasty line up this week, including my most favorite Dark Chocolate Superfood Bark. Find everything you need at the market in the printable shopping list at the bottom of the page. 

THAI SALMON CURRY WITH VEGETABLES

This may sound sort of exotic, but it’s pretty easy to do and not too spicy for younger palates. Serve with steamed rice and dinner is done. Want dessert? Make a plate of fresh fruit, such as pineapple, kiwi, and mango. Head here for a tutorial on cutting a pineapple.  

WILD BLUEBERRY BALSAMIC SHEET PAN CHICKEN DINNER

This simple supper involves piling chicken, frozen wild blueberries, sweet potatoes, and red onions onto a sheet pan, slathering on mustard and balsamic vinegar, and roasting until tender. Clean up is easy. 

CRISPY AVOCADO TACOS

Serve with a side of beans (such as the slow cooker pinto ones below) along with cut up cucumber, jicama, and other raw vegetables doused with lime and chili or Tajin. Alternatively, this Mexican Slaw is delicious with tacos. Got avocado-shy kids? Just make the kid’s tacos with tortillas and cheese and serve the avocado on the side. Who knows….they may just try it one of these days.


DARK CHOCOLATE SUPER FOOD BARK

I swiped this idea from my mom for a chocolate fix that is a nourishing treat. It’s a blend of dark chocolate, cashew butter, dried fruit, and seeds that you stir together and snap into bite-size pieces. Tuck them into lunch boxes or enjoy with your afternoon tea. Be sure to store in the fridge!

PERFECT SOFT-COOKED EGGS WITH BUTTERED TOAST “SOLDIERS”

A perfect, simple breakfast in my book (and this is a reliable method for getting that tender yolk). My kids have always loved dipping toast strips right down into the center.