Our take on a delicious Italian classic. Primavera means ‘spring’ so traditionally, it would contain spring vegetables but we suggest you feel free to use whichever veggies are in your fridge right now.
Possibly the most nutrient dense snack ever. Pop them straight into your mouth or use them as a substitute for fatty croutons in your salad. Oh, and see below for our flavor variations.
This recipe is so, incredibly healthy and a perfect throw-together meal. Pull it together even quicker by forgoing the tortillas altogether and turning it into an extremely nutritious lentil salad bowl instead.
Bake a batch, if only to make your entire house smell like autumn.
When was the last muffin you ate just hardly over 200 calories? And there was no second, third, and fourth muffin to lead you astray? Voila, friends. Welcome to the one muffin revolution.
There are a lot of cheesy kale chip recipes out there, but this one is a special one. These have a distinctly Parmesan-like flavor that is really addicting, even for people who “don’t like kale.” Our recommendation: Start a second batch now.
This is *the* tofu recipe I grew up with. Add a dash of low sodium soy sauce or Bragg’s Liquid Aminos for a delicious umami flavor.
A perfect and delicious throw-together dish for your next dinner party, brown-bag lunch, or even breakfast.
Containing no refined or added sugars, this crockpot recipe is about as “whole foods” as it gets. Plus it’s about as “hands off” and easy as it gets too.
Toss in crockpot. Wake up next morning. Crack open a perfectly steamy, comforting potato for breakfast. Who knew you could have baked potatoes for breakfast!