This is a versatile recipe that you can prepare on Sunday and eat throughout the week as a side dish or mixed in with other foods.Read More “Green Cabbage Slaw Recipe”
This beef vegetable soup recipe contains beans, whole grains and (of course) veggies making it a good meal for those of you transitioning from a junk food diet to a super foods diet.Read More “Beef Vegetable Soup (A Good Transition Meal)”
This oatmeal recipe is a warm and inviting way to start your morning.
It is simple to make in the microwave and I use frozen fruits to make my prep time very short.Read More “Dr. Becky’s Oatmeal”
Quinoa is one of those mysterious health food ingredients that you have likely heard about, but might not have tried. I have to admit that I have tried to make quinoa in the past and just did not get it. This recipe changed my opinion.Read More “Shaytard’s Quinoa Salad”
I would have to say of all of my family’s favorite comfort-food meals, this chili recipe tops the list.
We use canned beans to make it easy, but canned beans do contain some sugars and preservatives (This is a compromise for us for convenience). If you would like to avoid these additives, you can use dried beans.Read More “Dad’s Easy Chili (A Family Favorite!)”
This is a recipe that your whole family can enjoy, and it’s easy to keep on hand.
I never even liked tomato soup before making this recipe!
It is pretty simple to make.
I like to make it on a Sunday afternoon, and then store it in the refrigerator for a quick, healthy lunch throughout the week.Read More “Zesty Tomato Soup”
This fruit smoothie mixes up quickly and will be a favorite of young kids. So this is a good way to nudge younger kids away from processed and refined snacks.
Of course, adults can also enjoy this quick and easy smoothie. This is another recipe with only four ingredients – keeping it sane and simple :-)Read More “Peach and OJ Smoothie”