Bok choy is not as widely recognized as cabbage, but it is delicious in stir fries, soups, or even salads! Here, I use it in a really simple slaw with carrots, and it only takes about 5 minutes to make but it is so good! I make this ahead of time for lunches sometimes, and serve it with some tofu on top for protein! Bok choy and carrots are rich in nutrients, so you can feel good about enjoying this salad!
Thai peanut noodles are a favorite of mine, so I thought I would put a spin on them and use almond butter and curry spices for a change! These are so delicious and easy to make. They come together in about 15 minutes so they are perfect for a busy day! Also, I used edamame pasta so they have more protein than regular pasta, and they also happen to be gluten free!
I love forbidden black rice, because it is so beautiful! It is also tasty and good for you, so it is the perfect base for using in a salad! Here, I combine it with spring veggies in a light lemon dressing for a great side dish, or it could be made as a main dish with 1 cup cooked chickpeas added for extra protein and to make it a little more substantial.
This is a guide to Healthy Fancy Toast to be eaten at any meal or snack throughout the day. There are three recipes provided to prepare your Healthy Fancy Toast. You’ll enjoy the variety and it will be great to have these recipes on hand when you have guests. Enjoy!
Why not make Mom some waffle on Mother’s Day? These vegan gluten free waffles are easy to make if you have a waffle maker, and so good! They are light and fluffy on the inside and crispy on the outside with a vanilla almond flavor! I topped them off with a raspberry sauce, but of course they would be delicious with coconut whipped cream, maple syrup or chocolate chips as well! Feel free to make them your own!
If you are looking for a quick and easy dinner, this pasta fits the bill! It comes together in about 15 minutes, it is hearty, healthy and most importantly delicious! I used tahini and lemon to make a healthy creamy sauce, and combined it with a whole wheat pasta, broccoli and peas for a substantial fiber rich meal.
Not many people think of serving beets raw, but they are actually sweeter than carrots and quite good served raw if cut properly. This salad combines them with other spring veggies in a sweet and tangy dressing with warming Moroccan spices. It is packed with nutrients and good for you! So if you are looking for something easy to make, flavorful and delicious featuring spring veggies, give this a try!
Most people eat oats for breakfast, but did you know that steel cut oats are amazing in savory applications as well? Like adding them to a soup, instead of rice. It is almost like rice when it is done cooking, but a little more texture. Steel cut oats actually have 6 grams of protein per serving and fiber so it is more nutritional bang for your buck than the rice. This soup is hearty delicious and easy to make! Give it a try this spring!
Spring is here, and it is the time to enjoy strawberries! I love making desserts with them like this strawberry crisp! It is gluten free, and easy to make but so good! It is good on its own, or with some coconut milk ice cream or coconut whipped cream on the side!
Looking for the perfect Easter ham dish? Look no further for this Lemon Rosemary Glazed Ham recipe. It’s the perfect blend of citrusy lemon extract, balanced by the sweetness of honey and herby rosemary. It’s easy enough for everyday and yet impressive enough for the holidays.
Here at Fresh & Natural our pork line is antibiotic, nitrate, and hormone free, and no chemicals thus providing great taste. Our popular brand is our Beeler’s Ham that is very delicious and our Niman Ranch brand is also very good. You will not be disappointed with either of these fine food products.
As an extra note, we do carry plenty of Rosemary leaves in our bulk section if you have a hard time finding it. Enjoy this wonderful ham recipe for the upcoming Easter Holiday and for all of the yummy leftover meals to follow.