This recipe will take you to the Carribbean. Turn up some calypso or reggae and enjoy making these yummy coconut shrimp! The outer coconut crispy coating is a total treat and then we've put together a nutrient packed Thai inspired sauce to use as a dip or a sauce. It's a match made in food (or belly) heaven! Work to chop and prep all your ingredients for sauce before starting it to starting it up. We call for a blender or using your immersion blender for it. If you want your sauce thinner, you can always add in a little water to water it out or enjoy it thick as a dip like our photo.
We stumbled across this recipe from Melissa Ramos of Sexy Food Therapy and can't get enough of these balls. They are PACKED with superfood that will fuel your mind and body. We made some slight changes to the original recipe to pack even more punch in.
This chicken parm tastes so good, if it's wrong, you just don't wanna be right! Well good news, while keeping this as a tasty comfort food dish, we have swapped out some ingredients to boost the nutritional content of this classic italian chicken dish. No breadcrumbs needed! We also use a high quality butter and moist chicken thighs here to really make this dish hit home.
It's great to have a few go-to make at home, grab and go options to quickly and efficiently fuel up with some superfoods. You can only eat so many RX bars before you start craving a different texture for those days you just gotta run and eat on the go! This is a super simple power ball recipe with one step, just throw everything in the food processor, process until smooth, and make it into balls. The 5 C's are: coconut oil, chia seeds, cacao powder, chlorella powder, and cinnamon.
When rhubarb season hits, it hits HARD. And as much as the flavor of strawberry and rhubarb go together, this recipe takes another spin on what to do with all that rhubarb. Rhubarb is anti-inflammatory, good for digestion, and has loads of calcium and antioxidants in it. Diced it up and throw it into a nice little coffee cake, with lots of cinnamon and a pecan topping that'll make your house smell oh so cozy and wonderful as it bakes.
Naan is a classic indian flatbread used in lieu of a utensil. It's chewy, dense, and delicious and often the best part of eating at your favorite Indian restaurant. This recipe comes together quick and uses canned coconut milk and tapioca flour to bring that texture into your home~