This is a nutrient packed breakfast powerhouse. Buckwheat groats are a gluten free seed and pack a wonderful punch of protein and fiber. Makes for a wonderful fall or winter breakfast. Get creative and dress it up with your favorite toppings like pumpkin seeds, nuts and raw honey.
This breakfast comfort food that looks like work but is a fairly simple recipe to assemble- the only real work is in the chopping. This is a great one to make when you’ve got leftover rotisserie chicken from the night before, and if you chop double the vegetables, this can be remade in minutes the next morning. Peppers, potatoes, and onions are your Nutrient Superstars here, and chicken and eggs give you a serious boost of protein. Adapted slightly from www.fitnessmagazine.com
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.
This is an nontraditional scone recipe that calls for oats and cooked quinoa as the base. This combo works to make this a healthy breakfast scone packed with protein. We've included a super simple chia jam that pairs perfectly with these biscuits.
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.
Short on time but looking to get festive in the kitchen this morning? Wake up your taste buds to this festive egg dish in the morning and your day will be anything but ordinary. We call for enchilada sauce here, so either make it from the Rolodex and meal plan another meal this week that needs it (or freeze the leftovers) or if you have to buy some, make sure it has a very clean ingredient list.
Don't get us wrong, we absolutely LOVE ourselves some chai tea! BUT - a lot of times what you are getting when you are out and about is full of extra ingredients, or loaded up with insane amounts of extra sugar or syrup that is just not necessary. We've created this homemade chai tea recipe which takes the key flavors from their natural source - cinnamon sticks, ginger root, cardamon pods, and black pepper corns - so you don't need to add much else to this to truly enjoy a lovely chai at home.
This is a fresh and tasty take on an Asian stir fry sauce. Great with veggies, meat or tofu. You can make a large batch and keep on hand, or make as you need it. It has a spicy and tangy flavor that will really enhance your dish to the next level.
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.