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Is that a Rat in your Ratatouille?

Is that a Rat in your Ratatouille?

I had a ton of leftover tomatoes so decided to try to make ratatouille.  I didn't have eggplant or some of the other ingredients that you find in some versions so I improvised (which happens a lot around here) and used what I had.  My husband LOVED it but the kids were not big fans.  It may have been the texture that got them or the fact that I told them that I put a rat in it 🙂   Not only is this recipe easy and delicious but it's brimming with lycopene.  Tomatoes are full of antioxidants and have been shown to have anti-cancer benefits, as well as supporting bone & heart health.

Anywhooo...here is the recipe, I hope that you enjoy it as much as we did!

Is that a Rat in your Ratatouille?
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  1. 1/2 bottle of Lucini pasta sauce - I used Sicilian Olive Wild Caper Sauce and it was really good (you could use any pasta or tomato sauce here - check that there's no sugar added of course ;-))
  2. 3 large tomatoes chopped
  3. 1-2 large onions chopped
  4. 1 cucumber chopped (would have used zucchini instead if i'd had some)
  5. 1 large green pepper
  6. 1 large red pepper
  7. 2-3 cloves of garlic minced
  8. 1/2 tbsp dried thyme
  9. 1/2 tbsp dried oregano
  10. 1-2 tbsp EVOO (extra virgin olive oil
  1. Throw everything into the slow cooker/crockpot, mix it up and cook on low for 9 hrs ( I tasted it at 7hrs and it was just as good :))
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Bon Appétit!

I obtained my Personal Training and Health Coach Certifications from The American Council on Exercise. I also have a nutrition certification through Precision Nutrition, which is a program that seemed tailor made for me as they teach a common sense approach to nutrition that is closely aligned with how I live. Obtaining these certifications along with the development of life coaching skills have allowed me to feel confident in my knowledge and ability to help my clients find their way.

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