Wrapping up tasty butternut squash cube in bacon is a delicious way to enjoy this fall staple as an appetizer. What's not to love about this simple dish? We've found a great combination of spice powders - garlic, chili, and paprika - that lend tremendous flavor to this warm appetizer.
We absolutely love brussel sprouts. And for those that don't already, this dish will make them Brussel Sprout Believers! This is a great way to enjoy them with a lot of added flavor and texture. Great as a side dish, or top with an over easy egg to make a meal.
This tasty creamy soup is thickened with yogurt, rather than cream, which helps add probiotics and a nice tang to this yummy meal in a bowl! We love the combo of broccoli and white beans here, and you'll see why once you take that first taste!
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.
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 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
Spend all day at the beach, then come back home to this amazing salad! Well, even if you AREN'T hitting the beach, making this cobb will take you to a warm, sunny day! Nothing beats fresh, homemade dressing with clean ingredients. For the salad, there's major protein with the chicken and nuts, along with a nice mix of colors with the greens, grapes (purple or green) and avocado. And bacon, yum. Need we say more?!
Marinating London Broil in the oven for several hours helps tenderize the meat, while adding sweet flavor with the balsamic vinegar. This is sharply in contrast to the acidity of the lemon juice infused roasted veggies. Quite the sophisticated pairing to host for a dinner party or simply kick your weeknight dinner up a notch in a few simple steps.
These baked eggs cups are perfect to bake in advance and freeze for a quick snack or breakfast on the go! Adding in extra veggies helps boost the nutrition and get more veggies in to start your day.