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“Creamy” Crockpot Chicken Tomato Soup

The temperatures are finally falling in Arizona, so it’s time to take out your jackets and boots! One meal I seem to love when the weather drops is soup. I am not much of an elaborate cook, nor do I spend a lot of time in the kitchen, but I wanted to find a good tasting, as well as paleo soup to enjoy during the winter. This soup is quick and easy, and is wonderful in taste, and you can enjoy it feeling guilt-free! Enjoy! – Coach Ashley

“Creamy” Crockpot Chicken Tomato Soup
4 frozen skinless boneless chicken breast
2 tablespoons Italian Seasoning
1 tablespoon dried basil
1 clove garlic
1 14 oz. can of coconut milk
3 Large Tomatoes, diced
1 cup of chicken broth
Pepper to taste

Put all the above ingredients into the crock-pot, cook for 9 hours on low. After 9 hours take two forks and shred the chicken, set the crock-pot on warm till ready to serve!

Food as Fuel

Food as Fuel

09/13/2012 7:30 PM

Come join us for our monthly Food as Fuel class, to help get the results you want from your nutrition and working routines!

What you put in your body affects how you feel, look and perform.  By educating yourself on the right fuel for your body you can optimize both your health and performance.  Foods as fuel classes cover the concepts and benefits of Paleo and Zone nutrition. Specifically, what kinds of foods are most beneficial, what foods are we specifically designed to eat, and what will help us lean out and consistently crush WODs.  This class gives you the basics and the practical application of these tools.  You will be provided with ideas for quick and easy recipes, snacks, grocery shopping and eating out and on the go.

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Food as Fuel

So you’ve starting CrossFit, or maybe you are still thinking about it…but did you know that your workout is only half of what you need to achieve that healthy lifestyle? What we fuel our body with is so important when it comes to making our workouts actually work for us. Do you feel lost when it comes to knowing what you really need to put on your plate and in your body to reach your health and fitness goals? Come to CrossFit Scottsdale on Thursday, July 12th at 7:30pm and learn the in’s and out’s of healthy eating. You will be provided with ideas for quick and easy recipes, snacks, grocery shopping and eating out and on the go, so bring your success journal and get ready to learn!

This is a FREE class for the students of CrossFit Scottsdale and $25 for non-CrossFit Scottsdale students.

Food As Fuel Seminar April 12!



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Next Thursday, April 12 at 7:30pm, CrossFit Scottsdale will host a FREE seminar to our students teaching the fundamentals of nutrition and a healthy diet.

Bring your Success Journal to the class and we will create goals, document strategies, and learn the basics of both the Paleo and The Zone diet plans.



Our nutrition consultants will teach the importance of drinking the right beverages, getting enough sleep and taking the correct supplements to enhance your new healthy lifestyle as part of the CrossFit Scottsdale community.





CrossFit Scottsdale will help you pinpoint your individual strategy for success by scheduling grocery store tours, Body Metrix body fat scans, and individual nutrition consultations.  In addition, we will sample healthy snacks and share recipes!

Food can be fun! Good food is our friend, it will make us stronger, faster, leaner and look better naked!

Sun Dried Tomato Chicken Bake

Just a few days left in the CrossFit Scottsdale Rx Challenge. Here is one of my favorite chicken recipes that I found on Everyday Paleo. It requires minimal ingredients and super easy to prepare which is what makes this dish a regular on my kitchen table. I hope you enjoy!

Sun Dried Tomato Chicken Bake

2 lbs boneless skinless chicken breasts cut in half

8.5oz jar of julliane cut sun dried tomatoes

8 garlic cloves, sliced thin

2 tablespoons dried basil

Sea salt and black pepper to taste

Preheat oven to 375. Place the chicken breasts in a large glass baking dish.  Sprinkle with the dry spices and mix well.  Sprinkle the sliced garlic on top and spread the sun dried tomatoes and the olive oil that it’s in the jar over the entire dish.  Seal tightly with tin foil and bake for 20 minutes. Remove the tin foil and bake for another 15 minutes or until the chicken is no longer pink in the middle.

(I usually serve it over spaghetti squash with asparagus on the side.)

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