Let food be thy medicine...
Antioxidants in general, prevent the accelerated oxidation process in your cells which can cause the onset of Cancer. This soup is a lighter version of your regular Tomato Soup and is packed with the strong antioxidant Lycopene!
Lycopene has been found to aid in the prevention of certain Cancers and also maintains the health of the cardiovascular system. You can find it in red pigmented fruits and vegetables and when cooking your tomatoes, the absorption of Lycopene in the body is even higher.
You can make this soup thicker or thinner depending on your taste. When using fresh tortellini, make sure that they are not over cooked. Prepare your soup base first and then add the tortellini. You kids will lick their fingers with this delicious soup all year round and will be adding a strong antioxidant to their bodies which will aid their immune system!
This is an elegant holiday or any occasion Risotto recipe. Perfect as a main dish or a side dish. It all depends the occasion.
This easy recipe will get your little and big chefs cooking! Is easy to prepare, only takes a few minutes and you can always add Pesto, tomatoes or use your favorite cheese!
The perfect gift for mothers day! Our students will be making these cookies and packing them in mason jars to take to their mothers this weekend. This recipe makes 3 dozen small cookies, stored in a jar should last about 5 days.
When we prepare this dish at The Real Food Academy, we use freshly made pasta dough. Dough can be prepare with whole wheat flour or gluten free. Kids love making the bow-tie pasta using their fingers as the main tool.
Dress up these simple cookies with a dusting of powdered sugar or a drizzle of icing. If you don't have cookie cutters, you can form dough into two 8- to 10-inch ropes before chilling, then cut into 1/2-inch thick slices before baking.
When you look at the ingredients in this recipe, you won't feel guilty about having more than one!
Remember, at the Real Food Academy, "We Don't Change the Dish, We Change the Ingredients"