Hold onto your hat, you’re in for a wild ride with this refreshing recipe!
The Yukon Gold potatoes used in this recipe kicks it up a notch, from mundane to magnificent!
This is a very sweet juice that is perfect for those new to juicing. As you continue juicing regularly you may want to switch to a more vegetable based juice.
Looking for an oil-based salad dressing with a little zing? … Continue reading →
This is a great way to get your daily greens without eating wheat grass! … Continue reading →
Need a quick and healthy breakfast? This recipe goes down smoothly!
A taste that feels as though it gives off heat that’s offset by a bit of tangy and and a bit of sweet.
A treat this good should be outlawed! … Continue reading →
This recipe only takes a couple minutes to put together and costs less than buying prepackaged taco seasoning. It also has less salt and no artificial additives or preservatives.
The best time to make this recipe is at the height of summer when there are plenty of fresh tomatoes available. This recipe tastes even better the following day after the flavors have a chance to meld together.
You can make this sorbet with any of your favorite fruits. Sliced strawberries, peaches, kiwi, bananas and mango’s work well but really you can use just about any fruit of your choice.
This recipe makes a healthy vegetable dip or it can be used as a spread either on crackers or sandwiches. … Continue reading →
The media wants you to believe that diamonds are the way to a woman’s heart but the truth of the matter is, chocolate is by far the way to a woman’s heart.
Use it for pizza, in place of bread, to scoop humus, or all by itself with a variety of flavoring options. My favorite – fresh basil and garlic. Yum! … Continue reading →
This soup can be made on the stove, in a crockpot or in an Instant Pot™. Whatever your choice in making it, it’s a tasty soup rich in flavor and nutritional value.
Looking for a meal you can make quickly but is also nutritional? You’ve come to the right place!
Looking for a high fiber side dish with to complement your main course? This soup fits the bill!
This sweet, spicy, dark red sauce is traditionally made with soybeans, vinegar, sugar, garlic and various spices. It is widely used in Chinese cooking.
Looking for a non-dairy alternative to nacho cheese? You will find this surprisingly satisfying.
If you’ve ever gone into a Chinese restaurant, your server asked whether you wanted white rice or fried rice? If you haven’t tried it before, or even if you have, always pick fried rice to accompany your meal. It adds … Continue reading →