This recipe was put together in Rachele's kitchen based off of a craving she was having for a creamy tomato dish. Feel free to get creative with this one, add in other fresh herbs or any protein of your choice. A great way to use some fresh tomatoes in the late summer.
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.
This recipe uses sliced zucchini in place of noodles to add an extra punch of nutrients. Add in our Fresh and Tasty Marinara Sauce, ground meat (optional) and some cheese and you have yourself a winning meal. A hearty meal, sure to please the whole family. Make the full 8 servings and save any extras as leftovers. 8 servings will make one lasagna pan worth of a meal.
This is a fun take on boring ol meatloaf and is full of hidden veggies. It's a VFit Sqaud spin on a classic, full of fresh flavors and nutrient superstars. Your kids will even gobble this one up!! You can make this dish as a large meatloaf (add an extra egg), or form into cupcake tins and served as mini meatloaf's.
Nothing beats a solid stuffed portobello. Once you find a good recipe for this, you hold onto it, earmark it, and make it every time that earthy craving for mushrooms comes along, or if they are on sale! And if you want to get all scientific on why portobellos? Why now? Here's some of their amazing nutritional benefits: they are chock full of three important B-complex vitamins: riboflavin for your red blood cells, niacin to keep your skin all silky smooth and keep your GI tract on track, and pantothenic acid. Panothenic acid helps your body with the release of energy from the macros in your food (protein, carbs, and fats). You can also play with this recipe based on what you are going for with what kind of cheese you want, go cheddar and add some salsa on top for a Mexican vibe, or add basil to the meat mixture and use mozarella to go more Italian. Lots of options here.
There are times when a recipe is shared among a group of women and they flock to it. This is the dish. Shared once, it spread like crazy and we are here to share it in the Rolodex! Originally calling for lentils, we have brought it back into the carnivorous world with calling for beef. Try it and let us know what you think!
Bring on the bison! This chili recipe uses bison as the meat base. Your home will smell glorious as this one simmers, and the beans add in great fiber and protein too, but you don't have to tell your people how healthy this recipe is, that can be our secret! You can also sub out the bison for ground beef, turkey, or go vegetarian and add another can of beans (black beans, pinto, or chick peas would work) in its place.