Diets that include whole foods will help you thrive — mentally and physically. That’s why we’ve put together recipes to help you stay on track with your health and enjoy your food at the same time.
This recipe has super simple ingredients that rival their less healthy counterparts. These are great served with hot green tea and work great for breakfast or for a snack.
This is a terrific winter soup that has just the right blend of spices to really get your taste buds going. It is sweet and savory and great for a brisk fall day.
This is great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner and is very simple to make. Serves 1.
This is a classic dish that is sure to be part of your regular menu rotations.
Store-bought hot chocolate “packets” contain massive amounts of sugar and even hydrogenated oils (an unexpected, undesirable ingredient). You can serve this with whipped cream made of organic heavy cream with a little bit of stevia. Sprinkle with cocoa nibs if desired.
This is a classic recipe that has been updated to be a healthy version. It has no refined flour and no sugar or artificial sweeteners. This recipe can also be made into cupcakes or mini cupcakes.