Nothing says comfort to us in the fall more than butternut squash. This variety of squash really helps you 'eat your rainbow' and adds a wonderful splash of color to your dinner plate! This anti-inflammatory squash is full of immune boosting properties, helpful with digestion, and helps lower blood pressure. We've whipped up this warm and savory side dish that we're sure will be a crowd pleaser. By blending the richness of roasted butternut squash combined with fresh flavors, this dish is straightforward, yet elegant at the same time. Sometimes less is more. It's simple to make, but no one needs to know that!
This recipe came from one of our favorite members who is very gluten sensitive. One afternoon, she was craving cookies and didn't have her normal go-to grain free flours around her pantry so she whipped up this batter which uses rolled oats and some coconut flour. These cookies are a tasty and nutritious treat and will please kids and adults alike. Just a warning, you probably want to double the batch!
This is a great twist on mac n cheese filled with flavor, nutrients and probiotics. Never serve the boxed kind again and feel good knowing exactly what's in your mac n cheese. Adults love this as well. Feel free to add fresh veggies or meat of choice to dress this recipe up.
This is a member favorite for all of the shellfish lovers out there. It is incredibly easy to make, has a rich and savory flavor and is the perfect balance of fat, protein and veggies. A great option when you are needing a seafood night.
This soup is like Fall in a bowl. Delightful, simple and sure to please any pallet. A great way to use up those ever popular butternut squashes that seem to make their way into every winter farm box.
This stuffing pairs well with any meat dish or can hold it's own for the veggie lovers. Instead of stuffing yourself with filling and often nutrient-void stuffing, try this superfood stuffing with your next holiday meal. This recipe is adapted from the Detoxinista.
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.
When out of buttermilk one day, a swap of kefir (since it shares that nice bitterness quality) created this gluten free pancake recipe and a household favorite was born! Contrary to the name may imply, buckwheat is in fact gluten free. Kefir is chock full of probiotics which are gut friendly and will aid in digestion and really ups the health factor for these pancakes. We love using Kerrygold butter which is grassfed - awesome if you can find it! - and you can top these with a little more butter and pure maple syrup, some warmed up strawberries, heated almond butter, you name it!
A nice cool rain or frosty winter afternoon are perfect for this heart warming cozy soup. It's simple, yet tasty, and comes together quickly (then simmers on the stove for an hour to really meld the flavors together), what's not to love?
One way to eat your greens beyond a ton of salad is to have them in some hearty soup! This is a VERY filling soup, filled with a ton of nourishing veggies. What makes this so filling is that it has pureed potatoes as part of the base. It'll be love at first bite once you dig into this mean green soup!