Cabbage Stir Fry with onion, garlic, ginger, carrots, green onion, and liquid aminos is a fresh side dish that can easily incorporate into any meal!
An easy vegetable soup recipe with fresh vegetables! This quick and simple vegetable soup recipe comes together in 30 minutes on your stove top, or can be made in your Instant Pot or slow cooker. Put it on repeat during the chilly fall and winter months!
Anti-inflammatory, nutrient-packed Carrot Ginger Smoothie is loaded with health benefits and goes down real nice! The antioxidants and probiotics in this healthy smoothie recipe provide a big boost to your immune system.
This easy Creamy Carrot Soup with ginger and coconut milk requires only a handful of basic ingredients and not much time to prepare. Healthful, flavorful, vegan, and paleo, this is a something-for-everyone comfort food!
During the fall and winter when it gets dark early and the weather is chilly, I love curling up to bottomless bowls of soup.
Creamy vegetable soups are some of my favorites! Sweet Potato Soup always gets the limelight, but I enjoy creamy carrot soup even more!
Carrot soup is naturally sweet, a touch earthy, and pairs magnificently with Thai flavors like ginger, cumin and coconut milk. That’s the route I’m taking with this carrot ginger soup recipe!
The recipe contains no cream, butter or oil. Simply all squeaky clean ingredients that leave you feeling nourished and happy. The texture is pillow-y smooth and the flavor is sweet and subtly curry-like with a little kick.
Let’s dive in to the details!
Vegetable Beef Soup is a hearty, delicious, filling yet clean recipe perfect for a cozy dinner in. This easy healthy soup recipe is keto-friendly and can be made in a jiffy when under a time crunch! I discovered a few years ago that sweater weather plus a big bowl of vegetable beef soup is where …
20-Minute Vegetable and Sausage skillet is your ticket to a super easy and nutritious dinner! Choose your sausage and vegetables based on your preference to change it up and keep it fresh!
Step one to making life super easy:
Bond with your skillet.
Skillet + Protein + Veggies. BOOM! All your food needs met.
Okay, okay, throw in something starchy and a bar of 85% dark chocolate, and THEN all your food needs met 😉
This super quick and easy vegetable and sausage skillet is incredibly adaptable and as satisfying as can be! You can use any of your favorite sausage varietals (I went with a chicken mild Italian sausage I picked up from Whole Foods) and any of your favorite vegetables.
Let’s whip it up!
20-Minute Mongolian Turkey with vegetables is a quick and easy recipe to throw together any night of the week. Serve it up with your choice of side dishes for a nourishing, satisfying meal!
Ground turkey is one of my choice forms of protein. It’s lean, it’s jam packed with protein, and the flavor is subtle so I can assign any flavors I wish to it. Wins all around! For me, turkey is an easily digestible protein, so I eat it in some form on on a revolving basis.
In order to keep the flame going with ground turkey, I like experimenting with flavors. This Mongolian Ground Turkey recipe turned out to be so flavorful, quick, and simple that I’m thrilled to share it!
For those of you looking to change up your dinner routine and/or those who like to meal prep, I have a feeling you’ll take to this recipe lickety split.
Let’s talk ingredients.
Just a really great, easy green summer salad recipe with spring greens, avocado, sunflower seeds, carrot, cherry tomatoes, brown rice, and more!
Easy beef stir fry recipe! This fresh, vibrant recipe comes together in 30 minutes and incorporates homemade soy-free stir fry sauce.
Fresh and flavorful basil fried rice with coconut milk, carrot, broccoli, peas, and more! This easy fried rice recipe is healthful with a twist!
Whenever I find myself disgruntled and ask myself what I can do to make myself feel less cremudginy, the answer is often (always) the same: carbs.
Specifically of the fried rice varietal.
Don’t fret…you can still enjoy a pile of fried rice on the days you don’t feel like throwing yourself on the ground like a rag doll and tantruming it out. The true fact is, fried rice simply makes everything better.
And that is a fact of life upon which you can quote me 😉
Oh hey, how do you feel about basil in your fried rice?
Quite frankly, I feel grrrrrrrrrrreat about it!
This fried rice recipe comes together quickly and is ultra unique if I do say so myself. First, it includes a plethora of fresh vegetables, like carrots, broccoli, onion, and peas in addition to fresh basil.
Not to mention, everything is cooked in coconut milk instead of oil. CAN YOU EVEN IMAGINE?!
How do you feel about coconut milk in your fried rice?
Stay with me!