Crock Pot Quinoa Curry is a quick and easy, hearty and healthy meal that will warm you from the inside out.
Packed with nutrition and pro-biotic power, this Shiitake Miso Soba Noodles dish is a simple and satisfying meal with a wonderfully complex flavor!
This Cheesy Vegan Rutabaga Casserole features a dairy-free cheese sauce creating a savory, cheesy winter casserole.
Arugula and White Turnip Salad is a delightful, balanced and healthy blend of Arugula, White Turnips, Wheat Berries, Salmon, and a Honey Mustard Vinaigrette.
This recipe for Unstuffed Cabbage takes the hassle out of the traditional dish. It’s also more family friendly with macaronis and mozzarella!
This rich, yet Light Chicken Tetrazzini recipe is a re-make of it’s comfort food counterpart, drastically reducing unnecessary fat and calories!
This simple Kohlrabi Apple Salad is easy to make, pairs well with a variety of dishes, and is kid-tested and approved!
Sweet Potato and Chard Lasagna Wheels are a lighter, more nutritious take on lasagna, and they are delicious to boot!
Preparing a pork tenderloin for stuffing is easier than you think! These step-by-step directions with photos will help you cut and tie your tenderloin for a gourmet presentation!
This recipe for Chipotle Chicken Blue Hubbard Squash Soup kicks up the large, intimidating blue hubbard with a healthy blend of savory, sweet and spicy. With over 100% RDA of Vitamin C and over 50% RDA of vitamin A, it’s a great immune system booster heading into the winter months!
Homemade jam makes a great, thoughtful Christmas gift that’s budget-friendly and tastes like cherry pie on your toast! Includes step-by-step directions with photos.
A true comfort food, this recipe for Cream of Turkey Wild Rice Soup will have you coming back for seconds! Similar in taste to Panera’s Cream of Chicken and Wild Rice Soup, but all-natural and from your own kitchen.
Video and written instructions on how to pop amaranth, a healthy whole grain that can be used for baking.
Spicy Crock Pot Cold-Buster Soup is a quick and nourishing crock pot soup that tastes good even if you have a bad case of the sniffles.
If you are feeling extra adventurous around the holiday season, or if you have just too many pumpkins on your hands (my problem), my pumpkin puree recipe is surprisingly easy and tasty. Made in larger batches, some can be used immediately, and some can be frozen for later use. Pumpkin puree is best known for its use in pies, but is a healthy addition to soups and pasta recipes.