Chia Seed Pudding

Are you looking for an easy, nutrient-packed recipe to keep on hand?  This chia seed pudding can quickly be served for breakfast, snack, or even dessert. Better yet, there are so many different ways that you can top-it, that you can put a unique spin on each serving. We love to top our chia seed pudding with granola, fresh fruit, fresh compote, microgreens (major nutrient boost), bee pollen, goji berries, and even thicker smoothies to make a parfait. […]

Chia Seed Pudding2020-04-14T09:56:11-04:00

Collard Greens

Growing up I became accustomed to the standard soggy collards- swimming in swampy water with nearly a cup full of white sugar dumped in to disguise the bitterness of the greens.  It wasn’t until recently that we changed up our collard green recipe to this lighter healthier option that I keep going back to.  We will never go back to the old soggy stewed collards. […]

Collard Greens2019-11-19T13:06:58-05:00

Smothered Apple Bowl

It is not uncommon for many REID families to struggle with egg allergies or egg sensitivities.  Because of this, finding easy and tolerated breakfast options can feel overwhelming. Fortunately, a few years ago one of our incredible admins from the REID FB group, Leslie, shared this simple and versatile breakfast/snack idea. This recipe has been a staple in our house ever since. Thank you, Leslie! […]

Smothered Apple Bowl2019-10-07T09:27:46-04:00

Mango Salad Dressing

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. Ingredients 1 large fresh mango 1/2-1″ piece of fresh ginger 1 tbsp chopped red onion 1/4 tsp. red pepper flakes 1/4 c. fresh cilantro (packed) 1/4 c. avocado oil 1/2 tsp. sea salt 1 tbsp fresh orange juice Instructions [...]

Mango Salad Dressing2019-09-24T17:04:22-04:00

Roasted Pumpkin/Squash Seeds

With this recipe, we were once again trying to consume as much magnesium as possible.  Pumpkin and squash seeds contain some of the highest sources of magnesium found in whole food and are hugely anti-parasitic, especially with the hull! These incredible seeds also freeze well, so use the opportunity when in season to freeze any extras. They are surprisingly enough, a big favorite in our house. Ingredients 1 1/4 c. raw pumpkin or squash seeds 2 tbsp. avocado oil or melted coconut oil 1/4 tsp. sea salt Instructions Preheat oven to 350 and line cookie sheet or [...]

Roasted Pumpkin/Squash Seeds2019-09-24T16:46:17-04:00

Cranberry Sauce

Holidays can be tricky with extended family! This simple recipe doesn’t add any extra stress to the holiday food prep and is a simple way to make a traditional holiday dish a little more healthy. Most store bought options contain gelatin, natural flavors, corn syrup and other inflammatory sources of free glutamate. In my opinion, this tastes far better than any canned option out there.  This recipe can easily be made ahead and frozen prior to the big day. Ingredients 10 oz package fresh or frozen cranberries 1/2 c. Freshly squeezed orange or apple juice 1/3 [...]

Cranberry Sauce2019-11-13T13:40:01-05:00

Trail Mix

Looking for a quick snack while on the run? I’ve looked high and low for a cleaner trail mix option, but they are often packed with sources of free glutamate (MSG), anti-caking agents, and inflammatory additives. While different variations can be made, we try to store a chocolate free variety of this in my car and carry-on at all times. Ingredients 1 cup Roasted & Salted Almonds – Because all other ingredients are raw, I prefer to use roasted & salted almonds for this recipe. While it will very slightly increases the glutamate risk, I find it [...]

Trail Mix2019-09-24T16:08:38-04:00