Recipes

Eggplant Stacks

This elegant dish pops with color and is so simple to make.

Mother’s Mashed Potatoes

There may be nothing more comforting than creamy, warm mashed potatoes.  This recipe keeps the richness and buttery flavor with no animal fat or dairy at all.
Irresistable at any age!

Carrot Rice Casserole

A rich and satisfying casserole - I have never met someone who didn't like it (note the peanut butter if allergies are a consideration).  This is a good recipe to bring to a dinner party.

Ginger Broccoli with Cashews

Here's a basic stir-fry recipe for broccoli, which adds garlic and onions for flavor and cashews for crunch and body - a good one to alter and experiment with as well.

Pesto Stuffed Mushrooms

No need for oil in pesto.  You will appreciate this lighter, flavorful and very versitile version, in its elegant placement upon mushrooms

Basic Curry

Here is another simple recipe that can be a regular in your repitoir, easily adaptable to the vegetables that need eating in the fridge, or varying spices.

Morning Brown Rice Bowl

 

Morning porridge does not have to be oatmeal!  Other grains offer nutritional and taste variety.  Get in the habit of making a big pot of brown rice and use some, freeze some and keep in the fridge up to 4 days for leftovers!

Cook brown rice until very soft, or use leftover brown rice. 

Don't forget to top with fruit!

Quinoa with Compote

 
A lovely alternative to oatmeal.  Quinoa is a gluten-free grain with a great nutritional profile!

Breakfast Scramble

A satisfying, dense dish reminiscent of scrambled eggs.  The more veggies you add, the lighter it becomes.

Quick and Easy Oatmeal

Get this recipe down and use it every week!
Use thick rolled oats, or regular.  The compromised fiber in instant allows for the breakdown and absorption of carbohydrate too quickly into sugar and can spike blood sugar or insulin levels.

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