We all love applesauce and it is so easy to make! This version packs in some healthy fats to keep your tummy and brain full of energy.
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 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.
You may see the title of this and think to yourself, "wow, these guys love their zoodles" -- and you're definitely on to us! But let's be honest...zoodles are amazing. They're nutritious (they are, after all, a veggie), they're easy, there's no boiling required, they have an awesome texture, and they're the perfect little vehicle for anything you'd ordinarily slap on some pasta...and then some. This is the recipe for the gal (or guy!) on the go - 20 minutes max start to finish, can be pre-made and these are equally delish eaten cold. Don't feel like cooking up meat? Rinse some white beans and throw them in the mix instead. In any case - this is a winner.
A warm and festive drink, this Mulled Wine is perfect to serve over the holiday's or during the dark and colder winter months. This warm and fuzzy drink is loaded with fresh spices and will make your house smell amazing!
This is like sushi, but, in a bowl. And we’ll sub quinoa for white rice for some extra minerals and nutrients. Salmon is rich in fatty acids like Omega 3, and is perfection raw, but feel free to sub sushi grade tuna, or cooked shrimp. Is further explanation necessary? We didn’t think so. Enjoy!
Split pea soup is a great Vegetarian soup that is full of protein and fiber. It is really simple to make.This is our fresh and real food spin on this tride and true winter soup favorite!
This is your favorite spinach and artichoke dip all cleaned up and ready to gobble by the spoonful. Avocado and nutritional yeast make the dip creamy while the spinach, garlic and artichokes give an extra punch of nutrients. Super simple to prepare. Can be served hot or cold. We love this dip with fresh veggies or homemade plaintain chips.
We believe that REAL food should taste good and be a flavor party in your mouth. Long gone are the days of boring steamed chicken and broccoli. This recipe is packed with fresh spices and fresh flavor. The trick here is in the marinade: the yogurt helps break down the chicken making for a really tasty tender meat skewer. This recipe is a breeze and will be a huge hit at your house.
Hello summertime in your mouth!This is a great dish for anyone who loves shrimp. You can serve in lettuce cups, over a bed of chopped cabbage, with a side of plantain chips or anything that sounds good to you. Refreshing and full of flavor.