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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
A delicious way to enjoy a very healthy protein. The tangy wholegrain-mustard compliments the richness of the beautiful coral fish, and the crunchy breadcrumb topping adds a wonderful textural contrast. It is also incredibly easy to make, which makes this dish perfect for a quick weeknight dinner. Make the salad ahead of time, even the night before to make assembling this dish a breeze.
Prep time: 10 min
Cook time: 1 hour 15 min.
Sweet potato chips is one of the easiest snack recipes you can make. Whether you are making it for your kids (as an alternative for the highly processed chips) or for yourself to snack on while watching a movie. They are crispy, tasty, yummy, and just full of flavor! There is a trick to baking them so crispy as if they are fried: keep your oven at 200 degrees, flip the chips halfway to make sure they become crispy on both sides.
In all honesty, peanut butter is one of those foods that you really don’t need to buy from a store. Anyone who owns a food processor can make it in less than 10 minutes with only ONE ingredient (peanuts). YES, its that easy! Not only that, but it is much healthier too!! Most of the imported peanut butter that we find at all the supermarkets in Egypt contain hydrogenated oil and added sugar. We all know that nuts are already high in fats (the good kind of fats that our body recognizes and needs). Factories add hydrogenated oil to extend the shelf life of their products, and you know that saying of “the longer the shelf life, the shorter yours” so, no thank you, we don’t need the jar with the one year expiration date. Once you start making your own peanut butter or any nut butter at home, you will never go back to buying the manufactured ones. Try it!
I like to call them energy on a stick. The bitterness of the raw cacao and the natural sweetness of the dates are the perfect mix to satisfy your sweet tooth. Imagine having a sweet treat that is also an excellent source of vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Dates are a rich source of B vitamins, magnesium, potassium, copper, manganese, calcium, and iron. Healthy food doesn’t have to be boring and the date pops are the biggest example of a delicious, fun, tasty but healthy treat.