Recipes

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Breakfast

Asparagus and Eggs

Tender asparagus, sauteed first and topped with sunny side up eggs is a vitamin and nutrient rich breakast: packed with vitamins K, C and E, folate, copper, vitamins B1 and B2, and selenium, among other nutrients.

Baked Apples

The smell of apples and cinnamon filling the kitchen says home and fall and cozy and delicious all at once.

Broccoli Frittata

Broccoil Frittata, prepped and ready to slice and eat, gives you the opportunity to be healthy-er even when time is short.

Kale Smoothie

Smoothies are so customizable; experiment with greens, fruits and a variety of liquids, like almond, cashew, coconut milks.

Vegetable Centric

Bowlful of Healthy-er

Vegetable centric meals are made easy-er with a bowl full of a variety of vegetables and other nutrient packed ingredients

Burger Bowls

Nestle your burger into a bed of vegetables and toppings and you won’t miss the bun!

Cauliflower “Potato” Salad

Substituting potatoes for cauliflower means a win for these nutrients: Vitamin C and K and folate as well as calcium potassium, magnesium and phosphorous!

Chicken Soup

The ultimate comfort food that scientific studies have found actually helps you to feel better through support of your immune system, this one is a can’t miss!

Kale Smoothie

Smoothies are so customizable; experiment with greens, fruits and a variety of liquids, like almond, cashew, coconut milks.

Sauteed Swiss Chard

This Chard side dish will add color along with Vitamins K, C, and A, not to mention calcium, magnesium and potassium!

Vegetable Beef Soup

A nice change of pace from chicken soup, this beef soup provides protein, zinc, and iron, in addition to all the vitamins and minerals from the vegetables. Choose a beef broth with no added sugar.

Lunch/Dinner

Baked Apples

The smell of apples and cinnamon filling the kitchen says home and fall and cozy and delicious all at once.

Beef and Vegetable Stew

More of a soup than a stew, since I don’t use flour or cornstarch to thicken the broth, this recipe is a go to for rich, nutrient dense meal.

Bowlful of Healthy-er

Vegetable centric meals are made easy-er with a bowl full of a variety of vegetables and other nutrient packed ingredients

Broccoli Frittata

Broccoil Frittata, prepped and ready to slice and eat, gives you the opportunity to be healthy-er even when time is short.

Broccoli with Lemon

Simple, bright, delicious and refreshing: what more do you need from a vegetable? Well, you’ll get some vitamin K, C and A along with fiber and other nutrients!

Burger Bowls

Nestle your burger into a bed of vegetables and toppings and you won’t miss the bun!

Cauliflower “Potato” Salad

Substituting potatoes for cauliflower means a win for these nutrients: Vitamin C and K and folate as well as calcium potassium, magnesium and phosphorous!

Chicken Salad Boats

Lunch is anything but boring with fresh tasting chicken salad topped with all kinds of nutritious add-ons

Chicken Soup

The ultimate comfort food that scientific studies have found actually helps you to feel better through support of your immune system, this one is a can’t miss!

Colorful Stew

Vegetables and meat simmered together in tomato sauce make for a hearty dinner with enough for leftovers.

Kale Smoothie

Smoothies are so customizable; experiment with greens, fruits and a variety of liquids, like almond, cashew, coconut milks.

Marinated Grilled Shrimp

I love that this recipe includes grilling, stovetop and broiler methods for the shrimp…all easy ways to get to delicious!

Pasta Fagioli

Pasta Fagioli is a classic Italian soup that is best enjoyed around a table of friends and family!

Red Lentil Soup

The texture of this soup is enhanced by blending half the cooked lentils till smooth, and mixing back into remaining soup.

Sauteed Swiss Chard

This Chard side dish will add color along with Vitamins K, C, and A, not to mention calcium, magnesium and potassium!

Vegetable Beef Soup

A nice change of pace from chicken soup, this beef soup provides protein, zinc, and iron, in addition to all the vitamins and minerals from the vegetables. Choose a beef broth with no added sugar.

Sides

Baked Apples

The smell of apples and cinnamon filling the kitchen says home and fall and cozy and delicious all at once.

Broccoli with Lemon

Simple, bright, delicious and refreshing: what more do you need from a vegetable? Well, you’ll get some vitamin K, C and A along with fiber and other nutrients!

Cauliflower “Potato” Salad

Substituting potatoes for cauliflower means a win for these nutrients: Vitamin C and K and folate as well as calcium potassium, magnesium and phosphorous!

Chicken Soup

The ultimate comfort food that scientific studies have found actually helps you to feel better through support of your immune system, this one is a can’t miss!

Kale Smoothie

Smoothies are so customizable; experiment with greens, fruits and a variety of liquids, like almond, cashew, coconut milks.

Quinoa Salad

Quinoa is a versatile grain that works well as the base for many other vegetables and light dressings

Vegetable Beef Soup

A nice change of pace from chicken soup, this beef soup provides protein, zinc, and iron, in addition to all the vitamins and minerals from the vegetables. Choose a beef broth with no added sugar.