This easy meal offers protein from eggs, nutrients from veggies, and goat cheese takes this from standard to standout! Feel free to add some nitrate free sausage, bacon, or chicken if you’re craving a little extra protein.
Sprouted, or "live-grain" bread is much less processed than commercial bread, is high in fiber and protein, and contains nutrients that “regular” bread lacks - making our version of French Toast a nutrient-packed alternative for Saturday morning breakfasts! This would also taste tremendous with a very good fermented sourdough bread as well.
Quick and easy festive eggs to bring the fiesta in the morning! Quickly cooking up "dos huevos" and adding a few fixins will make you feel like you are on a Mexican getaway. You can also add a dollop of Greek yogurt to add a boost of probiotics, fat and fiber to this nutritious breakfast dish!
You can really mix this up, but here's a great starting point for a no bake trail mix. Make this ahead of time and stash a serving in your car, or purse, for when you are on the go and need a nutrient boost. You can always take an extra step and lightly toast this trail mix in a low temp oven (keep nibs out, then add once toasted) for about 10 minutes at 250 F as well.
Short on time but looking to get festive in the kitchen this morning? Wake up your taste buds to this festive egg dish in the morning and your day will be anything but ordinary. We call for enchilada sauce here, so either make it from the Rolodex and meal plan another meal this week that needs it (or freeze the leftovers) or if you have to buy some, make sure it has a very clean ingredient list.
Who doesn't love the color green in their food? This bowl is PACKED with nutrients and will keep you energized to tackle your busiest days. Feel free to get creative with this meal and add any source of protein you have on hand.
There's so much nutrition in this fresh take on chicken salad. We have protein packed chicken, then even more protein with the Greek yogurt (and a probiotic boost to boot! You don't get that from classic mayo!). We've also added in a wonderful and easy spice mix for that yogurt dressing and added a bit of sweetness from some halved grapes. We suggest topping this over some sprouted bed and adding in calcium rich, cancer fighting, mood and immune boosting watercress on top. Food is indeed medicine with this recipe.
Using a sprouted grain bread base, this is a delicious open faced breakfast sandwich that will keep you fueled during your morning with extra protein and fat from the egg, avocado and sliced turkey. You'll be ready to conquer anything the day throws at you after having this glorious breakfast!
This is Meg's go to salad that she loves to eat and bring as a side dish to any gathering. You just have to try it and you'll love it as well. So incredibly filling and packed with nutrients. This is satisfying and delicious, and SO COLORFUL! Eat your rainbow and feel good all day long after eating this yummy salad.
You may see the title of this and think to yourself, "wow, these guys love their zoodles" -- and you're definitely on to us! But let's be honest...zoodles are amazing. They're nutritious (they are, after all, a veggie), they're easy, there's no boiling required, they have an awesome texture, and they're the perfect little vehicle for anything you'd ordinarily slap on some pasta...and then some. This is the recipe for the gal (or guy!) on the go - 20 minutes max start to finish, can be pre-made and these are equally delish eaten cold. Don't feel like cooking up meat? Rinse some white beans and throw them in the mix instead. In any case - this is a winner.