Seasonal healthy recipes, fresh from our culinary team.
- Full Plate
- Main Dish
This is a house favorite that is sure to be a crowd or family winner. Feel free to make a double batch and freeze one of the loafs for future use.
NO BAKE PUMPKIN CHEESECAKE
This dessert is great for holidays or for any pumpkin lovers out there! Feel free to substitute the pumpkin puree with sweet potato mash if desired. Enjoy!
CRANBERRY & PECAN KALE SALAD
This recipe is perfect for the fall and winter seasons. Doubling this recipe could easily become a holiday meal staple. Enjoy!
FARRO & VEGETABLE PILAF
This simple side dish and salad is great to prepare in advance and keep around for 4-7 days in the fridge. Feel free to use any whole grain of choice and consider adding any of your favorite vegetables to the dish.
ORANGE ROSEMARY TONIC
Use this tonic as a vinaigrette by removing the sparkling water and vanilla and simply whisk in Extra Virgin Olive Oil and a pinch of salt.
HIKE BITES II
This is an updated version of the original hike bite. These hike bites freeze well and are great for traveling, snacking and for a quick pick-me-up. Enjoy!
OIL ROASTED GARLIC PUREE
This puree will melt your heart. It pairs well with most proteins and can easily be added to your favorite root vegetable mash. Store leftover garlic puree in an airtight container in the fridge for at least 7-10 days.
SINGLE PAN CHICKEN DINNER
This meal can be done in less than 20-30 minutes. Enjoy with your favorite whole grain or roasted potato.
NUT & DRIED FRUIT TURTLES
Looking for a unique chocolate treat? These turtles integrate nuts and dried fruit for an extra nutrition boost. Season your turtles to your liking by adding sea salt, cinnamon, cayenne, etc. to the melted chocolate.
HOMEMADE OAT MILK MOCHA
This beverage can easily be served hot or chilled. This recipe also teaches you how to prepare homemade oat milk. Enjoy!
CHIA CRUSTED SALMON
This is an easy way to enhance the next time you make salmon. The chia seeds add crunch and nutritional value…you can’t go wrong.