You have to try this salad to believe how great it is! If you love Asian chicken salads, you will love this fresh creation. Free of processed sugar and less than desirable oils, you will feel full of energy after this power burst of flavor and nutrients. You can always omit the chicken or add any other protein in its place. The recipe was adapted and modified slightly from the Against All Grain Blog. This salad tastes best if you let it sit for at least an hour prior to serving, make sure you allot for that time when putting this together. This also makes a HUGE salad, so even though there's a lot of slicing and shredding, know you'll have plenty of this salad to eat and enjoy!
Ditch your store bought barbecue sauce usually full of sugar and hight fructose corn syrup and try this amazing and simple crock-pot chicken. It may seem like a lot of ingredients, but once you have your pantry stocked, they will last a long time. Full of sweet, smokey and tangy flavor, this is a great combo. If you prefer to use our Fingerlicking Good BBQ Sauce, you can sub that in as well. Try pairing this with some grain free flat bread, cabbage and kefir ranch for one hit BBQ meal. This recipe was modified from Against All Grain.
This is a wonderful way to cook a whole chicken and have it easily ready for salads, tacos or anything else you may need for the week. The chicken falls off of the bone and you can use the leftover bones to make our Immune Boosting Broth. Recipe was adapted from 100 days of Real Food with a few spice additions. You can add any flavor you like to this dish. No liquid is needed in the slow cooker since the chicken will release plenty as it cooks.
This is a simple to make, mouth watering TexMex favorite. Serve with cauli rice or in a Copy Cat Chipotle bowl. If you are not a fan of spice, cut back the peppers or add a chipotle salsa instead. Adapted from Meals Made Simple by Danielle Walker.
Anyone else LOVE the burrito bowls at Chipotle? We sure do, and so we made it our mission to make a nutrient packed version that you could enjoy with any Mexican leftovers. Feel free to get creative with this meal and change the flavors up often. Feel free to add any additional protein of your choice to this flavorful bowl.
This breakfast comfort food that looks like work but is a fairly simple recipe to assemble- the only real work is in the chopping. This is a great one to make when you’ve got leftover rotisserie chicken from the night before, and if you chop double the vegetables, this can be remade in minutes the next morning. Peppers, potatoes, and onions are your Nutrient Superstars here, and chicken and eggs give you a serious boost of protein. Adapted slightly from www.fitnessmagazine.com
Chia seeds act as a great thickener for this coconut milk pudding. Not only that, but chia seeds are a super source of omega-3 fatty acids, rich in antioxidants, and pack a full punch of fiber, iron, and calcium (which is so needed for bone health). Omega-3 fatty acids bring up our good cholesterol (HDL) which helps protect our heart against stroke and heart attacks. This is a single serve recipe, you may want to just go ahead and double - or triple - it straight away, it's THAT good!
This is a great and simple recipe to whip up some chewy and delicious flat bread. These are perfect for BBQ chicken wraps, mini pizzas, or just about anything else you enjoy on bread. These store well in the fridge and just need to be reheated quickly to enjoy. Recipe was adapted from Paleo Newbie grain free tortillas.
We came up with VFit Squad's version of bulletproof coffee and this isn't your average cup of joe! This coffee is filled with plenty of flavor and healthy fats to keep your brain on full drive all day long. This coffee makes a wonderful start to your day. Feel free to omit butter. Some VFit Squad members like adding a little collagen powder in this to help stave off muscle soreness too with all the workouts they get in at the VFit Studio. Last but not least (wow, how much can we say about this recipe, right?) we highly recommend a hand held milk frother if this is something you find yourself making daily. Easy clean up and super simple to use.
Wondering where these meatballs could possibly include Nutrient Superstars? Well, we’ve snuck eggs, celery, onions, and carrot into these bad boys. Worried about the crazy-high sodium content of the buffalo sauce? Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered there, too – with an easy homemade wing sauce recipe. Serve over zucchini noodles or quinoa for an extra boost of nutrients, or on their own as an app.