These avocado bread buns make an amazing sandwich, no matter what you choose to fill them with!
Simple Pumpkin Pie Bread
This delectable treat mimics traditional pumpkin loaf—only with healthier substitutions.
1. Preheat oven to 380 degrees Fahrenheit. 1. Combine almond flour and seeds. 2. Add water, salt, and eggs, then stir. 3. Add the mixture…
Kale Salad with Almond-Crusted Baked Chicken
A healthy salad full of massaged kale, pecorino romano, raisins, chicken, and smothered in a fresh lemon dressing!
This veggie-packed French meal is full of fiber, vitamins and minerals. Serve with crusty French bread for an all-around satisfying meal!
Turkey Fillet Mignon with Asparagus
A healthier take on a classic French dinner, this recipe subs turkey breast for fillet mignon to cut back on fat and calories.
Fish Pate with Lemon and Capers
A bright and creamy fish pate makes a great simple appetizer for wine with friends, or in a pinch can make a light dinner paired with a green salad and some crusty bread.
Tomato Fish Soup with Israeli Couscous and Gremolata
Clam juice is your secret weapon for quick flavor—it adds just a hint of the ocean without adding any sort of real fishiness
Crisp Salmon on Sesame Spinach
A fast and easy recipe that is sure to become part of your weeknight repertoire. The salmon skin gets crisped under the broiler for added texture, while the fish itself if cooked directly on the spinach season with toasted sesame oil and soy.
Clam Flatbread with Parsley Salad
In this healthy recipe, clams are cooked with garlic in their juices to make the base for a simple flatbread topped with mozzarella, then finished with a simple and bright parsley salad.
Warm Lentil, Kale & Potato Salad
A gluten-free and vegan salad that’s filling enough for a main course.
Sweet Potato, Goat Cheese and Thyme Fritattas
Using a muffin tin gives you the luxury to portion and plan a few days worth of breakfast in advance. This is an especially good recipe for those who prefer to eat breakfast at the office a bit later in the morning.
Fried Eggs and Ratatouille
Ratatouille is a great dish to have for breakfast all week because it gets better as it sits. I’ve been known to just have a bowl of ratatouille for breakfast, but topping it with a runny egg is a breakfast that will bring a smile to your face. When preparing the vegetables make sure you cut them all into equally sized pieces. If you end up cutting the eggplant a little bigger that’s fine. The eggplant tends to break down during the cooking process and gives the ratatouille body and thickness.