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?!
What to do with that overly ripe banana? Why not make these fantastic banana pancakes? Not only are these delicious, they are also gluten free and use a simple oat flour by blending oats in your food processor. With a touch of cinnamon and nutmeg, your whole house will smell AMAZING as you whip these up for friends and family!
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 hands down one of the best pizza's out there. Great flavor and you can get creative with toppings and sauces.
Making your own salad dressing is easier than you think. Homemade dressing is fresh, saves a buck, and can be customized to your liking! This dressing brings together the sharp taste of garlic combined with citrus, to give you a mouth watering dressing or marinade for meats or grilled veggies.
This is great take on a classic Mediterranean dip made with eggplant. Eggplants are full of fiber to help fill you up and aid in digestion, as well as energy boosting vitamin B. This dip is full of flavor and nutrients, what more could you want! Serve with some veggie sticks or our grain free flat bread.
The hemp seed (also known as hemp hearts) almost has too many amazing qualities to count: rich in Omega 3, 6, and amino acids, they’re good for your heart and can help to lower blood pressure, serve as an anti-inflammatory, aid in digestion, great for skin and hair, bone health, and metabolism. They also add a wonderful nutty texture to anything you throw them on. And let's talk PROTEIN on this wonderful sauce: in just 3 tablespoons of hemp hearts, there's 11 grams of protein - which means just from the hemp hearts alone this sauce has 44 grams of protein total, or 11 grams per serving! And if you use kale intead of basil, there's another 3 grams of protein per serving on top of that from the kale. Try this easy, nutrient packed, hemp seed pesto recipe – it’s ready in minutes and perfect to put on top of your Zoodles with some shredded chicken, white beans, or on their own.
Your home will smell exotic and take you to a faraway land while these slow cooker lentils simmer in your crockpot. Pop all the main ingredients in in the morning, cook low and slow, then by dinner it's time to enjoy this iron rich, protein filled dish!
Who doesn't love a good ol' hummus to go dipping some freshly cut carrots in? This comes together in a jff and uses cannellini beans which are high in fiber, iron and protein instead of the classic chick peas this dish usually calls for, for an unexpected twist! The beans make this a bit creamier than your classic hummus. Give it a go, this recipe is sure to not disappoint.
There's so much nutrition in this fresh take on chicken salad. We have protein packed chicken, then even more protein with the Greek yogurt (and a probiotic boost to boot! You don't get that from classic mayo!). We've also added in a wonderful and easy spice mix for that yogurt dressing and added a bit of sweetness from some halved grapes. We suggest topping this over some sprouted bed and adding in calcium rich, cancer fighting, mood and immune boosting watercress on top. Food is indeed medicine with this recipe.