Healthy Humpday Dinners!

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So, I started a new traditional at home. ( I am known for doing this) Wednesday nights are my healthy cooking nights. Since Wednesday I get home from school and work at a normal time, I have time to cook a good and planned meal. So, I hope you look forward to seeing more

Healthy Humpday Dinners! 


Last night I made a quick and easy Stuffed Spinach Shells.

Here’s what you will need: (feeds 2-4 people depending how much they eat 🙂

1 egg

1 cup of fresh spinach – I drain mine, you don’t have to but the texture is easier to eat.

1 cup of Ricotta cheese reduced fat

1 cup of mozzarella cheese

1 box of jumbo shells

& your choice of sauce, I used Vodka sauce *Superyummy*

Here are the steps: Enjoy

Start by boiling your water and putting your shell in to cook

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Meanwhile, while the shells are cook, start your filling!

1 cup Ricotta Cheese

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Mix this all ingredients together to create a paste!

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This is what your filling should look like.

Let’s check on those shells, if they are boiling for too long, they will get too soft and start falling apart.

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Time to drain and fill!

I use a spoon and just put the filling right in.

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photo 2 Stuff them and place them in a dish, we will be putting them into the oven to cook the egg in the mix

and to get a nice toasted top!

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< That is the Vodka Sauce I used! *AMAZING*

Pour the sauce over the shells and put some cheese if you like it CHESSY>

I bake it for about 10 minutes @ 350.

And when it’s done…. SERVE AND ENJOY!!

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Love you guys, Your Average Joe- Averageoria ❤

Cinnamon Bun Break!!


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Hello Everyone!

I am so sorry that I was not able to post this yesterday, I was at my mother’s house and she has no

INTERNET! Amazing huh?

So, I didn’t bake these amazing Cinnamon buns, but they are definitely worth posting.

Knaus Berry Farm is located in the Redlands of Florida and has been open for 50 years!

It is a very small shack where the Knaus family sells naturally grown produce such as lettuce, corn, zucchini, and tomatoes. The family is pretty famous in the Miami and Homestead area because of their amazing baked goods. Just from the Cinnamon buns, dinner rolls and pies the Knaus Berry Farm maintains lines of customers that can easily go around the curb!! It truly is amazing.

I went for the first time yesterday, with my mother, sister and boyfriend and we were not disappointed. I have not made cinnamon buns from scratch but this really did motivate me to find out how. I will hopefully make them this weekend and post the recipe and how to’s! I am very excited.

For now, I hope if you are ever in Miami during Nov-April that you come out to Knaus Berry and try their cinnamon buns!! You wont regret it!

Sorry for the short post guys! Promise to post more daily routines and progress!!

XOXO- Averageoria,Your Average Joe


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 In case you are NOW craving some yourself, heres a shortcut recipe!! These are still very tasty! Promise!