Zucchini Carrot Pasta with Mushrooms

I have been wanting to try and make zucchini ribbons or ‘noodles/pasta’ for ages now, because they are a healthy and fun alternative to whole wheat or bean pasta, and plus they just look really neat. But here’s the thing, despite the fact that I have a million kitchen gadgets, I can’t say I own …

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Black Bean Mango Salad

This refreshing and colorful bean salad is loaded with mango, black beans, corn, and red pepper prefect for summer brunch. The flavors are simple, yet the combination is quite tasty. Serves 3   Black Bean Mango Salad   Ingredients 1 mango, peeled, pitted and cubed 2 tablespoons chopped fresh cilantro 4 green onions, thinly sliced …

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Chinese Apricot Stir-fry

Lately I’ve been going crazy for Asian style food. I’ve always been a big fan of stir-fry meals, they are quick and simple to prepare and you can create your own nutrient rich version that tastes just as delicious as in the restaurants but so much healthier! Chinese Apricot Stir-fry Ingredients: 2 Whole Blocks of …

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Cashew Creamed Kale

There’s a reason why sweet, earthy kale is the most popular of the greens these days: it’s delicious, versatile, and incredibly nutritious. For a green, kale is unusually high in fiber. This helps create the bulk you need to fill you up and to keep you full for a good amount of time. Kale is …

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Acorn Squash Soup

Need another reason to love Squash? Let’s be honest. Everything in fall is all about pumpkins and squash, and what good reason you need for making this hot yummy totally delicious soup. If you are squash lover, you must try our -Acorn Squash Soup not just for yourself but for your family, and watch how …

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