Halloween is over and a chill has set in. A light blanket of snow fell on the North Shore mountains this week and Whistler recently got 35 cms of snow. Winter is coming, which means it is more or less time to retire leafy salads for dinner.
Tonight my husband went to walk the dog while I made dinner, and before he left he said, "Can we have something yummy for dinner? Please don't make me eat kale." I laughed a little because it is true. No one craves salads at this time of year. So here is a quick, easy, comforting and healthy dinner recipe that will keep you warm on a chilly night and that follows the 'Complete in 3' rule; healthy fats, protein and fibre on your plate to balance your blood-sugar levels.
Simple, Comforting and Healthy Roasted Chicken and Veggie Dinner
Nikki Johnston Beaudoin is an outdoorsy, Mountain Mermaid, and the Owner and Operator of Sea to Sky Fitness.