Capitalizing on the chilly winter season, this soup can be served either warm or cold. Opting for parsley instead of the standard basil provides a more delicate flavor, and simmering this soup for longer than called for in the recipe, reducing the liquid, also makes it a delicious sauce for pasta, either hot or cold.
These coconut power balls are a great source of protein that contains all the essential amino acids needed for repair and for a healthy immune system. The almonds and fresh dates also a good source of vitamin E and minerals.
Low-fat banana muffins are a great alternative for people with high cholesterol or watching their waistline. Using the moisture of bananas and yogurt in lieu of oil creates a delicious and flavorful muffin with a minimal amount of fat content.
With the holidays coming up, the roasted cauliflower, cheddar and squash soup will be as at home on a Christmas dinner as it will be along a champagne toast at midnight on New Year’s Eve.
To make it even more festive and flavorful you could swap out half a cup of the stock for hard apple cider, or a pale, lager beer.
A typical egg dish contains heaping amounts of butter and milk that, while giving body and flavor to the meal, make it unsuitable for those allergic to dairy. This lactose-free broccoli quiche retains both taste and texture while remaining free of milk-products.
This frittata recipe is perfect for Fall because it uses ghee and root vegetables, which are grounding and balancing for the body as the weather becomes cooler. The fresh herbs and zucchini add a lightness, that is reminiscent of the last days of summer!