Who doesn't love a complete fish and chip meal? We have created a mouth watering complete meal for you to please the whole family. Earmark this recipe for one stop shopping next time you are looking for a great seafood dish - we cover the fish, baked sweet potato chips, and healthy cole slaw all in this recipe together!
This easy muffin recipe mixes up carrots and an apple pie inspired spice blend that will make your whole house smell AMAZING as they bake. You can also switch out the carrot and use sweet potato or zucchini for a twist. We've adapted this muffin recipe from the 21 Day Sugar Detox by Diane Sanfilippo.
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!
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.
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.
This is a great staple to have on hand to keep your immunity high. Bone broth provides vital minerals and nutrients. Use as a soup base, or enjoy a cup a day to keep you healthy and feeling great!! This recipe is great to use up leftover bones after roasting a chicken.
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.
Great served alongside a bed of Kale or Spinach!
If you ever wondering how it would taste to eat zucchini bread, carrot cake, and oatmeal in one sitting, you now officially have your answer. It's this slow cooker oatmeal and it's out of this world. Oatmeal can get really boring, but by sneaking (errr...we mean adding) the carrots, zucchini, and spices, this makes a very memorable breakfast to share. Please see note, you can make this on the stovetop as well!
Lettuce is the ultimate wrap and works in almost any place you would use a traditional bun or wrap. These can also be made with traditional rice paper, just make sure to soak and soften the rice paper before rolling. The sky is the limit on what you can add into these summer rolls, but here is a great recipe to begin with. These taste amazing dipped in our Insanely Good Stir Fry Sauce, or the Thai Chicken Salad dressing.