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Costco Healthy Grocery Haul

Here's my Costco Canada  grocery haul this week!  I picked up a few basics (fruit, veg, Turkey, bread), a few treats for the kiddos (Chicago Mix, croissants) and found a few new low-point treats for me to try. High protein bread (2 personal points for me but not gluten-free so this will be an in-moderation food) and a cauliflower crust kit (4 personal points for me).  I’ll round off this shop with a small haul at another grocery store this weekend, and then I’m already for some batch cooking this weekend.  Now that the kids are back to sports in the evenings I need quick grab-and-go freezer meals: chilli, soup, homemade sauce for pasta etc.  What are some of your favourite  #wwfoodfinds ? View this post on Instagram A post shared by Jen H. (CurrentlyJen )🇨🇦🇮🇹 (@currentlyjenblog)

Easy Sheet-Pan Meal: WW Frittata Recipe

I've been trying to meal plan and cook a few easy grab and go meals each week so I have a healthy option for my busy meeting days. 

Recently, I tried a sheet-pan frittata recipe from the WW website in the hopes the kids would also like it and would eat it as a hearty breakfast option before school. Paired with a slice of gluten-free toast for me and a side salad, this made a healthy and super filling lunch for only a few points (about 5 points by the time I added olive oil to my salad, and the slice of toast). 

Bonus: my husband loved it too and one night when we were too lazy to cook, this frittata came in real handy! While he opted to heat it up before eating it, I just ate it cold. I was too hungry to wait for the microwave and I have a weird hang up about reheated eggs. 

I said what I said. lol 

When I make this recipe again I'll probably just use regular zucchini instead of green and yellow, and will hold off on the cheddar cheese. I know, you're probably horrified that I'd leave out the best part of the recipe. Cheese is life. And I don't disagree. 

Here's the thing. I technically can't have dairy. And as much as I swirled the shredded cheese around the pan, some pieces of frittata had way too much cheese in it for me. I'd rather leave it out completely, and maybe sprinkle some goat's milk Feta on afterwards.

Check out the finished product below, and let me know if you end up trying it for yourself!

Recipe link: https://bit.ly/3SjvVKi

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