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Wondering what can become an easy take-and-go breakfast? This recipe is perfect for those that have busy mornings.
KASHA (buckwheat) APPLE FENNEL SALAD
This salad is a great side item to any main protein and non-starchy vegetable. If making in advance, be sure to keep this in a sealed container in the fridge. Enjoy within 5 days of preparation.
CASHEW CAESAR DRESSING
Making your own Caesar Dressing doesn’t have to be difficult. This recipe is easy, satisfying and is the perfect dressing for a traditional Chicken Caesar Salad.
STRAWBERRY MINT LIMEADE
This refreshing drink is perfect for a hot afternoon or a replacement for that habitual wine while you are making dinner. Enjoy!
VANILLA CHIA PUDDING
Making your own chia pudding is a way to honor more omega-3 fatty acids in your day while preparing something that can last for at least 4-5 days in the fridge. Top this with seasonal fruit for an extra bonus.
STRAWBERRY BALSAMIC VINAIGRETTE
This vinaigrette can be used as a salad dressing, sauce or marinade. Your taste buds will love every moment!
The preparation of this protein can easily be substituted for chicken breast, salmon or white fish (e.g., halibut). You may need to adjust the baking time if you change out the protein, but it is a great go-to option any night of the week.
This broccoli salad can stay fresh in your fridge for 3-4 days. Make sure to keep it sealed in an airtight container and use the freshest broccoli possible when making this. Enjoy!
This cheesecake is creamy, smooth and satisfying. It happens to have zucchini in the filling, but we promise you can’t even tell. Feel free to substitute 1 cup of zucchini with 1/2 cup of additional cashews and 1/2 cup of pumpkin puree or seasonal fruit.
SKYTELLA (CHOCOLATE HAZELNUT SPREAD)
This homemade chocolate hazelnut spread pairs well with strawberries, banana, sliced apples or can be added into a smoothie for a unique twist. Store this in an airtight container for 2-3 weeks in your fridge.
AVOCADO CHOCOLATE MOUSSE
We promise you won’t even taste the avocado. This is rich, smooth and extremely satisfying. Consume within 3-5 days for the best experience.
CINNAMON PECAN BUTTER
This butter pairs well with apples, pears, bananas and can easily be a stuffing for roasted butternut squash.
ROASTED BRUSSELS SPROUTS
The roasting process described in this recipe works for cauliflower, asparagus, carrots and more. Roasting brings out the natural sugars in the vegetable and tends to be a favorite among households.
SUMMER VEGETABLE FRITTERS
These fritters are a little lower than protein than other vegetable based patties; however, they can easily be changed to integrate more protein or serve these over a bed of greens, cooked white beans and avocado.
SAUTEED CITRUS & HERB SHRIMP
Feel free to use orange juice or tangerine juice in place of the grapefruit juice. Enjoy!
BLONDE HIKE BITES
Toasting the seeds and nuts in advance brings out extra flavor to the final product. Feel free to use walnuts or sunflower seeds in place of the almonds or pumpkin seeds.
This is a refreshing beverage to enjoy on a hot day or to share with family and friends.
This marinade is a guest favorite as it is used to commonly coat shrimp or chicken. Once your protein is marinated, feel free to cook your protein on the grill or cast iron pan.
GRILLED SHRIMP SKEWERS
Shrimp is quick to cook and a great protein to add variety to your weekly meals.
CARDAMOM ROASTED CARROTS
Roasting brings out the natural sweetness of the carrots which is great for picky eaters or those that like sweet flavors. Feel free to double this recipe to make for more than two servings.
For those needing a delicious non-dairy and gluten cookie then these are for you. They have a brownie-like texture and are extremely satisfying for all.
GOLDEN MILK SMOOTHIE
This beverage is a great way to use leftover Golden Milk that you would prefer to enjoy chilled.
Sauteed Cauliflower Rice
This side dish is a great alternative to rice while preparing a non-starchy vegetable in a unique way. Feel free to use seasonal herbs to make it even more flavorful.
CASHEW ZUCCHINI CAKES
These vegan cakes pack anti-inflammatory fats as well as provide protein from the cashews. Feel free to add an egg, pulsed cooked chickpeas and personal flavor enhancers for something different. Gluten-free, dairy free.
GINGER CORIANDER CRUSTED SALMON WITH CANTALOUPE SALSA
Print GINGER CORIANDER CRUSTED SALMON WITH CANTALOUPE SALSA This protein and salsa combination is rich in vitamin A, omega-3 fatty acids, and spices that are rich in anti-microbial compounds. Gluten-free, nut free, dairy free. Course Main Course Prep Time 30 minutes Servings 4 Ingredients Cantaloupe Salsa ½ Cup Cantaloupe, fresh, diced 2 T. Cilantro,…
MASSAGED PURPLE KALE
Nutrition Information: Kale is rich in antioxidants, vitamin E, small amounts of protein and compounds that support eye health. Feel free to add a touch of honey and pinch cayenne pepper to jazz it up. Gluten-free, nut free, dairy free.
Warm Cacao Tonic
Cacao is rich in antioxidants and amino acids that support dopamine and serotonin production. In essence, this tonic should make you happy. Gluten-free, dairy free (double check chocolate in case milk solids are present).
Tarragon Mustard Sauce
Unlike traditional creamy sauces, this sauce does not contain animal products and can be stored in the fridge for up to 7 days. If reheating, add a pinch of mustard and stir well to recombine. Gluten-free, tree nut free, dairy free.
Hike Bite Crust
This crust works as a great base to Cashew Yogurt or a chocolate ganache. Enjoy adding as many layers as you want – refrigerate or freeze to allow the layers to solidify. Gluten-free (if using gluten-free oats), dairy free.
Ginger Strawberry No-Bake Cheesecake
Print GINGER & STRAWBERRY NO-BAKE CHEESECAKE Skill Level: Beginner Serving Size: 1/12 th of pan (cut into squares) Course Dessert Servings 12 Calories 400 kcal Ingredients 1 batch Hike Bite Crust, see recipe Ginger Cashew Layer: ¾ cup Canned coconut milk, full fat 1 cup Cashews, raw 2 T. Coconut oil, melted ½ T. Lemon…
Potato Leek Soup (CULINARY WEEK SPECIAL)
This soup is rich in potassium, fiber and other micronutrients that support cellular health. Gluten-free, nut free, dairy free.
Three Seed & Nicotella Toast
Provides antioxidant Vitamin E, heart and brain healthy monounsaturated fat, dietary fiber, and magnesium. Dairy free.
Nicotella (Skyterra Nutella)
If you aren’t thrilled with the trans-fat and sugar content of Nutella, you’ll love this healthy, 4th-grader-approved version with added protein, vitamins, and minerals.
Lemon Herb Vinaigrette
Provides antioxidants from the herbs and lemon juice as well as essential fatty acids.
Wrap up in your shawl and gather around the hearth. This stew is warm, cozy and provides potassium, vitamin A, and essential amino acids. Nut free, dairy free. To make gluten-free, use quinoa flour.
ROASTED VEGETABLE ARUGULA SALAD WITH BAKED SALMON
Packed with lemon and herbs, and bursting with omega 3 fatty acids, this meal is a rainbow of culinary pleasures that nourishes all of the body’s organs.
Pecan-Rimmed Hot Cocoa
An oh-so-luxurious hot cocoa with toasted pecans and lower added sugar than most storebought options.
Chicken Francese is one of our most popular entrees. It’s a restaurant-style meal perfect for a special occasion dinner at home.
Tomato, Green Onion & Bacon Frittatas
Single-serve frittatas are a great option for make-ahead breakfasts.
Fall Chicken & Apple Salad with Cranberry Pecan Dressing
We tested out this delicious fall salad recipe during our culinary specialty week.