Dressing

Four More One Pot Wonder Dinners

Four More One Pot Wonder Dinners

I am making an exception to our “Wordless Wednesdays.”  I have too many recipes to share with you, and I need to honor someone extra close to my heart… Yesterday was my son Austin’s first birthday!  I am in awe of our little man each and every day as he is growing up and learning…

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Spice Mix Party + 3 New Recipes

Spice Mix Party + 3 New Recipes

Take a gander at what a few girlfriends and I made at a Spice Mix Party we threw last month: I’m not sure if we created the idea of a Spice Mix Party, but it sure was fun!  It all started with the realization of two Maximized mommy friends, Rachel and Jess, that pre-made spice…

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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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Ginger Lime Dip

Ginger Lime Dip 1/2 cup organic sour cream1/3 cup Healing Cuisine Mayonnaise2 Tbsp honey1 Tbsp lime juice2 tsp grated lime peel1/2 tsp ground gingerCantaloupe and honeydew slices In a small bowl, combine the sour cream, mayo, honey, lime juice, lime peel and ginger.  Cover and refrigerate at least 2 hours before serving. This is a…

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Fresh Dressing Ideas

Most salad dressings are composed of a mix of a fat and an acid  (usually in a 1:2 ratio).  The fat is usually oil and the acid vinegar, but here are some other ideas to break thru the box.  The fat can be nuts or nut butter.  The acid could be lemon or fruit juice. …

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Healing Cuisine’s Homemade Ketchup

Use organic ingredients to make this home made ketchup with no sodium, no sugar, and no chemicals.  Perfect for the Maximized Living Nutrition Plans! Healing Cuisine’s Homemade KetchupMakes 4 Cups 4 pounds organic tomatoes, seeded and diced1 large onion, chopped2 cloves garlic, chopped1/4 cup unsweetened apple juice1 pinch cayenne pepper (optional)1 bay leaf1/2 tsp whole…

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