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Coconut Nectar Chicken & Pineapple Stir Fry

Coconut Nectar Chicken & Pineapple Stir Fry

Stir-fry is a one-pan meal that comes together quickly and can be a great way to get picky eaters to try more veggies. The key to a successful stir-fry is to cook everything in small batches. Have a big bowl ready, then add each round of cooked items ...
Lemon & Fig Mini Tea Cakes (Gluten & Dairy Free)

Lemon & Fig Mini Tea Cakes (Gluten & Dairy Free)

If you love lemon—the scent and the taste—these miniature tea cakes are sure to delight your senses. Like two bites of heaven, they’re light as a feather and not overly sweet like other tea or coffee cakes. Figs pair perfectly with lemon, flavor-wise ...
Cinnamon Tahini Dip

Cinnamon Tahini Dip

If you’ve ever tried your hand at homemade hummus, you already know that tahini is one of the main ingredients. A paste made from ground sesame seeds, tahini is rich in calcium and iron, low in sodium and cholesterol, and a single tablespoon supplies ...
Spring Cleaning for the Soul

Spring Cleaning for the Soul

Spring is officially here, even if you’re still looking at snow the ground. For many of us, this season is a chance to renew after a long winter. You may be thinking of changing up your diet to prepare for summer vacation plans or spring cleani ...
Double Chocolate Dairy-Free Brownies

Double Chocolate Dairy-Free Brownies

Recipes for classic brownies usually call for more than a cup of sugar—not what you want when you’re trying to eat clean! Rather than skipping dessert, try this healthy (and insanely delicious) variation. These extra-chocolaty squares are made with n ...
Red Quinoa & Black-Eyed Pea Salad

Red Quinoa & Black-Eyed Pea Salad

If you’re new to quinoa and don’t care for the “plain” flavor, give red quinoa a try before you give up on this healthy grain. Red quinoa has a slightly bolder, nuttier taste that pairs perfectly with milder vegetables and be ...
Spring Ginger-Lime Green Juice

Spring Ginger-Lime Green Juice

Spring is almost here, and what a great time to start adding in more cooling, refreshing  foods, especially if you’ve been cooped up all winter.  While getting back outdoors sounds appealing, spring is the season when pollen and other irritants ...