This salad is inspired by one of Meg’s favorite healthy go-to restaurants, True Life Kitchen (BTW- if you live near one and haven’t yet tried it – it’s a must do!). Packed with seasonal veggies, pomegranate seeds, and antioxidant-filled dried mulberries, this nutrient superstar of a salad is the perfect holiday starter. Add salmon or chicken to increase the protein!
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!
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!
Ditch your store bought barbecue sauce usually full of sugar and hight fructose corn syrup and try this amazing and simple crock-pot chicken. It may seem like a lot of ingredients, but once you have your pantry stocked, they will last a long time. Full of sweet, smokey and tangy flavor, this is a great combo. If you prefer to use our Fingerlicking Good BBQ Sauce, you can sub that in as well. Try pairing this with some grain free flat bread, cabbage and kefir ranch for one hit BBQ meal. This recipe was modified from Against All Grain.
This is a great dish to whip up in a flash and full of flavor. Be sure to add in some extra veggies of your choice and really load up the nutrients. If you have a spiralizer, we recommend trying this dish with zoodles for an extra pack of energy.
How's that for a mouthful?! Don't worry - these delicious muffins are easier to whip up than the name implies. Added bonus: they're grain free, high in protein, and packed full of antioxidants thanks to chia seeds, pumpkin and nut butter! We dare you to eat just one! This recipe calls for 12 muffins, or would make great mini muffins if you have that kind of tin, just shorten the cooking time appropriately so they do not over bake. Also, if you don't have a food processor you can also mix these by hand with chocolate chips before putting into muffin tray.
This recipe was shared during a Reset and everyone was so excited to get on the train to make it. It was "the hit" recipe. This drink is warm and fuzzy, full of all things great for your mind and body. Recipe from Dr. Arjan Khalsa http://drarjan.com/?s=Turmeric
Who doesn't love some good BBQ now and then! We created a recipe that has a little tang, a little sweet and a little kick to boot! Brought to you free of any corn syrup or other processed additives. Great on ribs, BBQ chicken, or anything else you love to slather in some good ol'BBQ sauce.
These Grab N Go Granola bars are beyond simple to make and kick the booty out of any store bought granola bar out there. Feel free to get creative with any goodies you want to add into these bars. You can wrap and store them individually in the fridge for up to a week, or a few months in the freezer. This recipe was inspired by Cookie and Kate with a few VFit Squad additions.