Cooking is like painting or writing a song. Just as there are only so many notes or colors, there are only so many flavors—it’s how you combine them that sets you apart. – Wolfgang Puck
Let’s Make Some Food
Here you will find some great recipes to get you started on your health journey! Recipes will be added so check back often.
Pumpkin seeds are packed with nutrients. So the next time you carve a pumpkin, save the insides and roast them. Serve on a salad or eat as a snack!
Cinnamon is the “star” spice of the Fall season. Not only does cinnamon enhance the flavor of roasted vegetables, it can support healthy blood sugar levels and assist in weight loss.
This bright summer salad is bursting with goodness and flavor. The quick and simple orange vinaigrette adds just the right amount of sweetness.
Making gluten-free tortillas at home is super easy & quite tasty. No need to roll these out! Try swapping the spinach for sun dried tomatoes. These tortillas are soft and flexible.
Prep for this meal is so quick and easy. Easily make this a day ahead. I like to serve with a side of asian veggies and brown basmati rice. Marinate overnight for best flavor.
You can find sweet potatoes on our Thanksgiving table every year. Slightly sweetened with maple syrup and topped with a crispy pecan topping.
Who doesn’t want apple pie for breakfast?
This tasty and gently spiced smoothie starts off my “Inspired by the Seasons” collection.
Squash itself is so good when it is roasted until caramelized and tender. Stuffed, it is even better! In this dish we used a medley of squash, ground turkey, and added some southwestern spice.
This flavorful soup mimics the favorite Zuppa Toscana soup served at the Olive Garden. Achieving a healthier soup doesn’t mean you have to compromise taste.
This delicious and healthy slaw recipe features anti-inflammatory turmeric and a tasty dose of ground black pepper which helps boost your body’s absorption of turmeric for maximum effect.
Lemon Kale Chips are a tasty snack that’s also a powerful health booster.
Dandelions are a such a healthy way to spruce up a salad. They provide several great health benefits.