Recipes

Try this Tasty Breakfast Quinoa Recipe

Recipe for Breakfast Quinoa

Quinoa is an incredibly versatile grain that packs a ton of protein and amino acids. It contains twice as much fiber as many other grains while also supplying a wide range of vitamins. Make a big batch at the beginning of the week and incorporate it into breakfasts, lunches, and dinners for days to come. Or try this easy breakfast...

Dean Karnazes’ Paleo Pancakes Recipe

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If you’re like me, you’re trying to “eat clean” by cutting out processed and refined foods—no more breakfasts from a box for me! These Paleo Pancakes are the perfect alternative to cereal. They’re quick, easy, and won’t slow you down. To up the nutrient impact, top these tasty cakes with unsweetened applesauce, Greek yogurt, berries...

Dean Karnazes’ Monkey Flip Smoothie Recipe

Trying to “eat clean” by cutting out processed and refined foods? Have I got a treat for you! Perfect for pre-workout energy or post-workout recovery, my Monkey Flip Smoothie is easy to digest, cool, and creamy. And you won’t find any excess sugar or unnecessary additives. Ingredients: 1 medium Ripe Banana 1 tbsp. Cocoa Powder 2 cups...

Jamie Oliver’s Veggie Chili

Photo: Matt Russell / www.foodrevolutionday.com This is a lovely alternative to traditional chili con carne. It’s packed with good stuff, making it a great choice for veggie- and meat-eaters alike. I like to serve it with sour cream, guacamole, and either rice or tortilla chips, but it’s totally up to you. When you get the hang of this...

Jamie Oliver’s Rainbow Salad Wrap

Photo credit: Matt Russell www.foodrevolutionday.com Getting the kids to cook with simple, whole ingredients is easier than you think. For example, this Rainbow Salad Wrap is colorful, seriously tasty and fun for kids to make. Feel free to substitute other firm fruit and vegetables that are in season where you live. Or if you’d like, forgo the...