We love this meal because it is easy to prepare, presents well and tastes delicious. It is easy to prep ahead of time and bake after a busy day of work. It's also packed with nutrients and a perfect way to use up some bell peppers!
This is great as a main dish, or as an appetizer to share. Your guests will think you spent hours in the kitchen with all the complex flavors. And there are veggies added in, which make this a superstar dish in our minds. If serving as a main dish, this pairs great over zoodles, quinoa, cauli rice or brown rice. Adapted from www.ifodreal.com
Sweetness from raw honey, a crunch of water chestnut, earthiness of mushrooms, along with chicken and Asian flavors, these lettuce wraps will be a hit next time you are craving a taste of the Far East. Our recipe uses easy lettuce wraps for an added boost of color, health benefits, and make this great dish hand held!
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.
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.
We all love our ramen soup, but the packaged kind is full of sodium, preservatives and many other less than desirable ingredients. We have adapted this recipe from Baker By Nature to bring you a healthy and power packed version. Feel free to get creative with any proteins and veggies you would like to add. It tastes great with some roasted cashews or even some avocado on top.
Transform your favorite snack/appetizer from nutritionally void, to a nutrient powerhouse of a meal by swapping out tortilla chips with thinly sliced sweet potato circles, and loading 'em up thick with veggies, avocado, and beans. Adapted from Two Peas and Their Pod. Add some fresh chicken, beans or ground meat of choice to up the protein on this fabulous dish. You can also skip making chips from the sweet potatoes and instead bake them, adding all toppings after to make a "loaded" sweet potato.
This is a hearty and healthy bowl you can throw together for lunch or dinner. The dressing is out of this world, so be sure to make extra to use throughout your week. If you would like to make a grain free version, sub out the quinoa for cauli rice. This also tastes great with a fried egg added on top or you can sub any protein of your choice for the chicken.