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Now, how in the heck are you gonna create a manly burger that is vegan, soy free, oil free, and gluten free and still taste like it could be a contender in the Annual Neighborhood Summer Burger-Off? Just. Like. This. Enter, the Black Bean Burger with Carrots, Walnuts and Pepitas.
I'm putting this in the kid's file, but really, us big kids like these too. Packed with fiber, protein and veggies that will go undetected, these burger bites for little hands are always a big hit with the kiddos in our family. I hope yours like them too!
Move over chicken noodle soup, this immune boosting, tasty and easy to digest (which gives your under-the-weather bod a chance to rest and heal, BTW) soup will get you up and at 'em before you even have an excuse to be out of work. Sorry.
Think a smoothie is the only way to get your greens in during the first meal of the day? Think again. You'll enjoy these savory little nuggets while reaping the benefits of the cocoa, walnuts and spinach. With no added sugar or oil, you can pop these all day long.
We are wrapping up summer, but it's still hot outside! Step away from the oven and let's whip up a raw (and super tasty!) pasta dish you can take to your Labor Day festivities. With the big bold Mediterranean flavors, this updated pasta dish will win everyone over without weighing them down.
A ho-hum staple just got a kick in the pants. My brother who wouldn't eat anything green if his life depended upon it actually went back for seconds when I brought this to the table. Now, there is a testament.
With a couple of easy swaps, I have taken out the saturated fat, added in a new star player (which is optional) to up the nutrient density, and of course kept that authentic oooey-gooey goodness flavor!
Nope, not a new concept, but clearly a popular one! By substituting in a dairy free (vegan) cream cheese and adding in extra greens, we've made this old party fav actually sort of (gasp!) healthy!
Texture and taste this burger gives you the WOW you want from a veg burger!
This is no ordinary pesto. The watermelon seeds are packed with protein, vitamin B, magnesium, and monounsaturated fats and polyunsaturated fats, which have been shown to reduce cholesterol levels, inflammation and risk for heart disease and stroke. The simple sweetness paired with just a hint of l...