This salad has just the right amount of fresh vegetables mixed with quinoa, chickpeas, and cumin and topped with a lemon vinaigrette dressing. It makes a delicious side dish to any meal or healthy mid-day lunch during the week.
This simple potatoes au gratin recipe gives a lighter take on a traditionally delicious side dish.
Lower temperatures, longer nights and lots of reasons to celebrate are upon us. Enjoy the season with our homemade hot chocolate recipe.
This beautifully vibrant and quick chicken dish is loaded with goodness and perfect for a weeknight meal. Broccoli and cashews add crunch, while the simple teriyaki sauce gives you that irresistible salty-sweet-sour flavor. Serve with rice or barley for something new and healthy.
This simply delicious mix between a bread and a cake is sure to satisfy a variety of taste buds in your house. It can be enjoyed as is, or lightly drizzled with honey.
Tip: For a completely at home approach, make your own oat flour by blending oats in the blender and boil and puree fresh pumpkin instead of using canned. Don't care for pumpkin? Substitute the pumpkin puree for applesauce instead!
Everyone’s favorite comfort food gets a healthy makeover without compromising taste. By using fresh whole-wheat breadcrumbs and served over whole-wheat spaghetti, you are getting all the flavor plus an extra dose of good-for-you fiber to keep that blood sugar level in check and you fuller for longer! Guaranteed to be a hit with adults and kids alike.
Prep time: 20 minutes
Cook time: 35-40 minutes
This salad is a colorful and vibrant celebration of veggies. The addition of beans and corn make it quite a filling, but feel free to add a can or two of tuna to turn this into a complete meal. The gorgeously green and creamy herb-infused avocado dressing will change your salads forever and is a beautiful substitute for mayonnaise!
Prep time: 15-20 minutes
Super quick to put together, this Tortilla Pizza makes the perfect healthy meal or snack for you
and the kids. Feel free to go wild with toppings – the more colorful the vegetables you choose the
better it is for you!