Cranberries

"Candy Cane" Macaroons

Continuing on with my three newest Christmas inspired dessert recipes in honor of my 12 days of Christmas Cookies post… I got the initial idea for these delicious Christmas cookies from a friend’s party, where she served these: Her version of candy cane macaroons.  I had but a small bite, just to experience the taste…

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Broccoli-Cabbage Slaw

A yummy staple for picnic season! Broccoli-Cabbage SlawMakes about 4 servings DRESSING:1 cup Healing Cuisine Mayonnaise1 Tbsp raw honey (omit if Advanced)2 Tbsp fresh lemon juice1-2 Tbsp Bragg apple cider vinegar Sea salt and pepper to taste SALAD:1 head cabbage, rinsed and shredded1 bunch broccoli, rinsed and chopped1/3 cup thinly sliced red onion 1/3 cup…

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Kombucha Tea Flavorings

It’s been a few months now, and many batches of Kombucha later, I have compiled a list of our favorites.  Word of advice: we add these ingredients during the 2nd fermentation stage (after the SCOBY is removed and the tea is re-bottled and sealed for its second week of sitting out at room temperature).  [TIP: …

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Healing Cuisine Chicken Salad

Healing Cuisine Chicken Salad

Healing Cuisine Chicken Salad Makes 6 Servings 3-4 cups cooked free-range chicken, shredded 2-3 cups diced celery 2 Tbsp diced red onion 1 Tbsp fresh squeezed lemon juice 2/3 cups Healing Cuisine Mayonnaise 1/4 cup chopped raw almonds 1/4 cup unsweetened dried cranberries (omit if Advanced Plan) 1/4 tsp sea salt Fresh ground pepper to…

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Chicken Breast with Cranberry-Thyme Sauce

Who said cranberries were just for the fall?  I like to mix it up and enjoy cranberries year round.  This is a great way to incorporate this antioxidant packed fruit in a healthy, savory meal. Chicken Breast with Cranberry-Thyme SauceMakes 4 servings 4 boneless, skinless free-range chicken breasts 1 Tbsp coconut flour1/2 tsp sea salt1/4…

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Gluten FREE Cranberry Nut Bread

Let me say that while this is a very delicious recipe, it is not necessarily the easiest.  While coconut flour is delicious and full of fiber, it can be a bit fussy to work with.  It is very important to always sift the coconut flour (at least once, sometime two or three times depending on…

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