If you enjoy the traditional Hummus, adding peanut butter instead of the traditional Tahini paste, gives it a Southern twist. You can substitute de from sunflower seeds if you are allergic to nuts. If you don't have time to cook your own garbanzo beans from scratch just choose only the best quality boxed product. Choose organic and low sodium. Make sure you rinse and drain the beans as much possible before using.
Ratatouille has been always a favorite dish of mine. Not only can be served with pasta, French fries or rice but serve over toasted flat bread and now you have a healthy Pizza.
Can you think of something more refreshing than a melon salad in a hot summer day? The sweetness, citrus and saltiness from this combination makes this dish very satisfying. I choose Bulgarian Feta over Greek because of the law content of sodium. But again its a matter of choice.
This is by far one of my favorite pasta sauces and one of the most simple and quick to prepare. After mixing all the ingredients in a food processor add the hot boiling pasta (your favorite one. I use gluten free ) and it will just come together. A perfect meal Ready to serve!
Here you have it! One of my favorite summer meals. This recipe can be and appetizer served with tortilla chips or a main dish served with romaine lettuce. All the enzymes of the raw fruit and vegetables will keep your skin glowing and nourishing your body!
For a more sophisticated presentation, you can add cooked shrimp to your wraps!
This recipe is been done in our cooking class as Turkey Burgers and Meatballs, always a hit! They are super tasty and super delicious!
You won't ever make any other recipe after this! Definitely a keeper.
This simple winter salad will fill your family with energy. Our Maple Vinaigrette is an excellent low salt, low citric recipe and the "melange" of Spinach, Almond and Cranberries a low fat vegan option for light lunch or dinner salad.
What would happen if you served Zucchini, Carrots and Quinoa to your kids? Maybe you'll find some resistance...I'll give you an idea - hide them in these sliders! Served on whole wheat slider buns, with or without cheese, your kids will keep asking for more. This recipe is super beneficial since it carries all of the antioxidants in the carrots, the quinoa and the tomato. By consuming antioxidants, you help your body to get rid of the free radicals that cause damage on your cells. So go ahead and have a slider!
What happens when you mix the crispiness of the wontons, the freshness of Ahi Tuna and our Vegan Avocado Spicy Mayo? Awesomeness! Gather a couple of friends and give each one a task and get this recipe done in no time. Featured on our Adult Cooking Class, this is one of those recipes that you'll never get tired of.