Potluck/Picnic

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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Classic Egg Salad

Classic Egg SaladMakes 4 Servings (I used 5 dozen eggs, multiplied the rest of the recipe by 10 for 100 ppl) 6 free range eggs, hard-cooked and diced1/4 cup Healing Cuisine Mayonnaise2 tsp fresh lemon juice1 Tbsp minced onion (I used white and red for a mix of tastes)1/4 tsp sea salt1/4 tsp fresh pepper1/3…

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Cucumber Salad

Cucumber SaladMakes 4 servings (I multiplied this recipe 10 times for the party) 2 organic English cucumbers, thinly sliced1/2 organic red onion, thinly sliced1 large organic tomato, halved and sliced (optional)1 Tbsp fresh chopped dill 3 Tbsp Healing Cuisine Mayonnaise1 Tbsp white vinegar1/4 tsp sea salt1/2 tsp fresh black pepper In a medium bowl, toss…

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Spicy Mango-Cucumber-Coconut Salad

Lakewinds (our local co-op) had some enticing, perfectly ripe mangoes sitting on their shelf yesterday.  I just couldn’t resist!  I placed them in my basket and thought, “What to do, what to do..”  How about a refreshing salsa-esque salad paired with some grilled Ginger Lime Chicken?  Perfect!  (Ginger Lime Chicken recipe to come in a…

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Zucchini Hummus

So I recently went in to have my allergies, among other things, tested naturally by my naturopath, and my results showed I cannot do garbanzo beans anymore.  I’m SO SAD!  (But at the same time excited to know what my issues are to help some hormonal issues heal up..)  Since I am absolutely addicted to…

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Nine Layer Taco Dip

We love this dish as a snack, as lunch or a great addition to any party spread!  The picture is a little off — we forgot to add the olives until after we devoured half of the dish.  It’s great even with a layer missing!  :) Also, a little note on the cheese, cream cheese…

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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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Nut & Seed Protein Bars

Dr. BJ Hardick, co-author of THE book Maximized Living Nutrition Plans, was in Bloomington on Friday to give a [amazing] nutrition talk to the Maximized Living students.  Even though I had known about the talk for like a month, it honestly didn’t occur to me to surprise him with some healing treats until the night…

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Gluten-FREE Apple Crumb Pie

I was just going to post this recipe, simple and delicious as it is.  But I wanted to add a little bit on waxed paper, as I recommend utilizing it for the crust of this scrumptious pie.  I highly recommend switching over to an all natural waxed paper.  You can look up various brands online…

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No Mayo Deviled Eggs

Here’s a great idea to use up all your hard boiled eggs from Easter.  Make deviled eggs using no mayo!  (We were out of Vegenaise so I worked with what we had — a ripe avocado!)  Another favorite of ours is to add some hard boiled eggs to our Healing Chicken Salad. No Mayo Deviled…

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