Hi There, hows it going. Back with another recipe for whole30/paleo(loaded potatoes with marinated chicken and cashew cream cheese. I’ve been working on this recipe for a few weeks. I had planned to post it sooner but it has been sitting in my draft box. I was on vacation all of last week, and the motivation to post disappeared sometime during the middle of my vacation. I spent most of my vacation trying to get my house together but mostly did not accomplish that. I can’t even really say everything that I actually did, though I still feel like I wasn’t on vacation. I wonder if its because I did not get the change of environment as I originally planned. Now I’m sitting here thinking about all the things I should have done. I have another vacation coming up in July, hopefully, I will be out of town lol. I’m actually a little sad about returning to work, simply because I don’t feel like having to get up at 5 am and not getting home till about 830 pm……sigh. So I’ve have eaten a lot of carbs and sugar this week, which makes me want to go do full 30 days of whole30. I feel like I’ve already gained 10 lbs, which I don’t think is necessarily the case but my body just doesn’t really react that great to eating completely outside of the whole 30/paleo.
This whole30/paleo loaded potatoes with marinated chicken will be perfect for my detox. I love potatoes, and also dairy, but since my body doesn’t like dairy, I made a vegan cheese sauce, with cashews, coconut milk, and red pepper, and nutritional yeast, plus other ingredients. This is adapted from serious eats https://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2014/02/gooey-vegan-nacho-cheese-sauce-recipe-food-lab.html The sauce is simple and quick, with marinated chicken, bacon, and potatoes, almost like loaded nachos, except it is made with air fried potatoes. Whole 30 is definitely a lifestyle change that I think anyone can accomplish, there are so many resources to help anyone get started. I definitely am someone whole loves encouraging others. To keep this short, go ahead and try this recipe. Make sure to comment.