We’ve often struggled with lunchbox options, and were thrilled to introduce this clean option into our rotation. This delicious and easy to make recipe is more like one big deviled egg, compared to the typical egg salad. We try to serve this over a bead of mixed greens, wrapped in a lettuce wrap or served with raw vegetables for some fiber and avoid the possibly of protein fermentation in the gut. Unfortunately, egg sensitivities and egg allergies are becoming more and more common. If you fall into this category, you will absolutely want to avoid this dish. Read More
This beautiful salad is a great way to sneak in some extra vegetables and nutrients! Our son is more inclined to eat it because of the little sweetness provided by the sweet potato and fruit. While we prefer to eat it as the main dish, it can also be served as a side. Simply dress with olive oil, salt and pepper!
Simple chicken soup for two. One of our favorite Peruvian restaurants in town makes this amazing chicken and rice soup. Unfortunately, pretty sure it’s loaded with MSG bc I get a massive headache after eating it. Rice would make a great optional add-in! Read More
We are always looking for vegan options for easy weeknight meals as a way to lower our meat consumption. This simple and healthy dish can easily be tossed together within minutes. Did I mention you can freeze the cashew cheese to make this dish even quicker?
This simple salad dressing is a light and refreshing option for a summer salad! The mango flavor pairs well with many grilled proteins, avocado and is a delicious topping for grilled pork, salmon or chicken kabobs. Not to mention, mango and red onion are fantastic sources of quercetin, which inhibits glutamate release and a natural mast-cell stabilizer.