Vegetables

Mediterranean Chicken-Quinoa Salad

Mediterranean Chicken-Quinoa Salad

In case you’re not following my adventures and interesting article shares on Facebook, I wanted to let you know what Dave and I are up to for Lent.  We have helped launch a 40 day renewal series at our church focusing on renewing the temple God gave you — your body!  We’re already in to…

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Smoked Turkey Pea Soup

Smoked Turkey Pea Soup

Happy Monday!  Hope your weekend was relaxing and fun.  Mine was both of those, with a little bit of work mixed in.  But the work was fun, of course, otherwise I wouldn’t put the time in (lol).  Dave and I are helping to plan and deliver a seminar titled “Rebuilding the Temple” at our church,…

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Green Green Smoothie

Green Green Smoothie

Smoothies are always fun to create. It’s especially fun to make green smoothies, hiding the sometimes bitter and pure vegetable flavors in a refreshing glass of energy. Feel free to twist around my Green Green Smoothie below. I throw in usually whatever we have on hand. Kale instead of spinach, a frozen cucumber or fresh…

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Vegetable Frittata

Vegetable Frittata

We’ve been eating a lot of frittatas lately.  For some reason I’m finding it easier to whip one of these up than our usual sunny side up eggs or an omelet.  Not to mention a frittata holds much more room for flavor combinations!  I love them!  We’ve been doing at least one a week, and…

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Creamy Cucumber Salad Dressing

Creamy Cucumber Salad Dressing

This turned out to be quite the yummy experiment, so had to share!  Usually you’ll find the cucumbers under the dressing, but in this case they ARE the dressing! Cucumber Salad Dressing Makes 1 1/2 cups 2 cucumbers, chopped 1 cup Healing Cuisine Mayonnaise OR full-fat Greek yogurt 1 Tbsp fresh lemon juice 1 Tbsp…

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Picnic Week: Broccoli Cauliflower Salad

Picnic Week: Broccoli Cauliflower Salad

I’m closing out Picnic Recipe Week with a yummy favorite, sure to please the kids.  I’ve cleaned up the classic broccoli-cauliflower-ranch salad to make it Advanced Plan.  Don’t be intimidated at making your own ranch dressing!!  You’ll see my recipe below is simple and easy to put together.  (See more easy salad dressing options here.)…

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Picnic Week: Curried Chicken Salad

Picnic Week: Curried Chicken Salad

Picnic Week continues!  This is a fabulous new way to enjoy chicken salad.  It’s great in lettuce wraps or over a bed of greens.  And of course so great on its own.  Surely a crowd pleaser! Curried Chicken Salad Makes 6 Servings 3/4 cup Healing Cuisine Mayonnaise 1 Tbsp curry powder 1/4 cup fresh lemon…

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Picnic Week: Fresh Carrot Dill Slaw

Picnic Week: Fresh Carrot Dill Slaw

Picnic Week continues with a fresh Core Plan coleslaw – Carrot Dill Slaw. Fresh Carrot Dill Slaw Makes 5 Servings 2 Tbsp fresh lemon juice 2 tsp fresh lemon zest 3 Tbsp olive oil 1 clove garlic, minced Sea salt, to taste Fresh ground pepper, to taste 2 cups organic carrot, grated 3 Tbsp fresh…

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Picnic Week: Healing Cuisine’s Creamy Coleslaw

Picnic Week: Healing Cuisine’s Creamy Coleslaw

I’ve got another personal spin on a classic picnic recipe: Creamy Coleslaw.  Leave out the carrot if you are Advanced Plan.  It’s still just as good, just missing a little splash of color.  Instead you could finely slice some yellow or orange bell pepper on a mandolin and add that in as substitute. Healing Cuisine’s…

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Picnic Week: Apple-Cherry Slaw

Picnic Week: Apple-Cherry Slaw

Welcome to Picnic Recipes Week at Healing Cuisine!  I am SO SO excited to share with you some new and some classic picnic recipes that are simple to make and easy to tote!  These will of course fall right under the potluck category as well, which I am always getting emails from you all for…

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