This recipe is a fresh and healthy take on the traditional breakfast, just in time for the New Year and the New You! Using seasonal citrus in both the dressing and in the salad brings a sweet pop to this salad! Paired with the bitter taste from the radiccio and arugula, your taste buds will be pleasantly surprised. Add a few eggs to bring in some satisfying protein and you are off to a healthy start to your day and your year!
Here is a crowd pleaser that’s both healthier and tastier than most traditionally prepared holiday treats which tend to be loaded with refined sugars and creams. This unique pumpkin loaf is made from homemade pumpkin puree, unrefined coconut palm sugar, and freshly ground nutmeg and cloves for a gorgeous spike of deep flavor. Two vital farms pasture raised eggs bring this flavorful batter together! Bake just 40 minutes in the oven and enjoy with friends and family over the holidays!
This lentil stew is so quick to make, so yummy, and easily leaves you with leftovers for half the week!
Staying away from wheat-based noodles and pasta doesn’t have to be about sacrifice! Integrating a gluten-free plant food called “buckwheat” (which is related to rhubarb and has nothing to do with wheat, rye, or barley!) into your diet can open your eyes to an entirely new and flavorful way of enjoying noodles. Buckwheat noodles, known as “soba” in Eastern cuisines, are cherished for the nourishing qualities and contain all eight essential amino acids, including lysine, which is lacking in wheat. You’ll find this recipe and these noodles to be surprisingly hearty, warming, and rich in flavor.