3-egg omelet with beans, bell peppers and onions

Crack three eggs into a bowl, beat well. In a skillet, sauté onion and bell peppers until soft and fragrant. Add a scoop of your pre-made pinto beans and heat through. In a non-stick skillet, heat through some EVOO. Add beaten eggs. Allow eggs to cook on the bottom and around the sides. Add bean, pepper and onion mixture to one side of the eggs and then fold over the other side on top. Allow to cook for 1 minute more. Optional Рadd Gluten Free salsa.

Pinto Beans

Soak beans overnight in water. Rinse beans, cover with water and cook for several hours until soft. (Alternatively, you can pressure cook for 11 minutes.) Drain off excess water, add some oregano, salt, pepper and olive oil. Refrigerate in an easily accessible container.

Split Pea Soup

In a big pot combine 1 cup washed split peas, grated carrot and potato, chopped celery and onion, and water (can use Gluten Free chicken broth) to cover plus an inch, and salt. Bring to a boil. Simmer until peas are soft and soup is thick.

Roasted Chicken

Place organic chicken in large baking dish, breast side up. Make sure to remove organs. Stuff inner cavity with celery and carrots. Drizzle the outside with olive oil. Season with salt and pepper. bake at 325 degrees for 3 hours.
Pan drippings can be stored in the refrigerator in a covered, glass bowl.
Serve slices of chicken breast with your favorite sides.
Cover leftover chickens with foil and refrigerate.

Baby Greens, Pecans, Apple and Chicken Salad

Top a bed of baby greens with chopped pecans, apples and some leftover roasted chicken. Toss with EVOO & lemon juice, season with salt and pepper.

Super Simple Delicious Chicken and Brown Rice Soup

1 hot cooked chicken (roasted chicken pre-cooked at any grocery store!)
1 box gluten free chicken broth (get 2 if you want to make a large pot)
Frozen/canned peas, carrots, and corn (you can substitute for your favorite veggies)
Brown Rice Spices/Salt/Pepper to taste (garlic sea salt, thyme, pepper).
Fresh rosemary, if available.
All the quantities just depend on how chunky you want it and if you want leftovers. Just shred the chicken and put everything into a pot and warm.