A wonderful collection of superfoods that can clean out toxins from the body and leave the mind full of positive energy.
Homemade kale chips are an easy way to get everyone to eat their greens. These ones are dressed in garlic, olive oil, salt and pepper.
I eat this superfood salad for lunch most days. It’s easy to throw together, tastes great, and I know it has a lot of the nutrients my body needs.
Banana milk is one of my favorite pick-me-up drinks when I want a light breakfast or a refreshing afternoon snack. So easy to throw together: just a banana, soy milk, some greens powder, and vanilla. If you have a blender and 3 minutes, you can make this too!
A different plate of raw greens! With grapes!! Shocking. Actually, this kale caesar salad turned out to be pretty fantastic. Why not give it a spin?
This dairy-free caesar salad has a lovely, garlicky, lemony dressing without the animal products you might find in a traditional version.
A frequent culinary enjoyment there was the macro bowl or plate, with some kind of grain, some kind of bean, a variety of veggies, and a yummy dressing. The possibilities are infinite! Here’s one option.
On a brisk winter day there’s nothing like a warm bowl of creamy cauliflower leek and apple soup to comfort and nourish.
I learned this recipe for from my husband the first time he made me breakfast for my birthday (French toast with homemade blueberry sauce – so yummy!).
Adasi lentil soup is a comforting dish that mixes in some potato, onion, and sage for a lovely fall or winter dinner. I like to have it with some stir-fried greens on the side.