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Explore chef-created, dietitian-approved recipes from the Skyterra kitchen.
Skyterra Chicken Salad
This isn’t your average chicken salad. Our signature take has unique texture and flavors, plus it’s mayonnaise-free.
Chicken and Cauliflower Curry
With a little practice, you’ll be able to throw together curries without following a recipe. This one is a great way to get started.
Nice Cream (Vegan Ice Cream)
Banana-based ice cream that’s a cinch to make. Try it in between some vegan cookies for a nice plant-based treat.
Turkey Apple Sausage Patties
Yes, breakfast sausage can be healthy! Here’s a tasty way to make your own.
Rich, dairy-free, and with less added sugar and processed ingredients than you’ll find in many storebought yogurts.
This beverage gets its characteristic color from turmeric, a spice rich in curcumin that acts as an anti-inflammatory.
Leave it plain for a tasty coconut flavor, or add cacao nibs to satisfy your chocolate cravings.
Apple Apricot Smoothie
An apple a day keeps the doctor away! Get yours in this light, not-too-sweet smoothie.
Falafel is a great option for anyone looking to increase their intake of plant-based proteins.
Cilantro Cashew Dressing
This nut-and-cilantro dressing works well with “burrito bowls”, Tex-Mex inspired dishes, and all kinds of fresh summer produce.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites
These taste like an indulgence, but they’re low in added sugar and pack in surprising nourishment.
Orange Blossom Dressing
Enjoy with pan-seared fish, integrated into a salad, or as a marinade for salmon.
Cashew Ranch Dressing
This creamy dairy-free ranch might get you to throw away the bottled stuff for good.
Brussels Sprouts with Mustard Sauce
Win over Brussels sprouts-haters by roasting them and serving them with a zesty sauce.
Sorghum and Veggie Breakfast Bowl
If you prefer to start the day with something savory, you’ll enjoy this ancient grain-based bowl.
Beet and Fennel Salad
This hearty and fresh-tasting salad is a great make-ahead option for work lunches.
Once you get over the quirky name of this savory entree, you’ll be able to successfully serve it to guests from die-hard vegans to the pickiest of hunter/gatherers.