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  • Your Favorite Quinoa Salad Recipe to the Rescue!

    Your Favorite Quinoa Salad Recipe to the Rescue!

    Quinoa (pronounced KEEN-wah) is a healthy, high-protein, gluten-free alternative to grains. It is actually a seed and is considered a complete protein and a superfood. Quinoa has a light nutty flavor and is extremely versatile. I often use it in place of rice and toss it on salads and into soups. This quinoa salad is perfect as a side dish or you can throw some grilled fish or chicken on top for a main course. Give it a try!

     
  • Mediterranean Fish in Parchment Paper

    Mediterranean Fish in Parchment Paper

    Baking fish in parchment paper or tin foil is known in France as poisson en papillote (fish in a parcel). It is a very simple and healthy way to cook fish and is also very flavorful since the fish and vegetables cook together in their own seasoned juices. Cleanup is easy too! Any white fish will work. I used tilapia in this recipe. You can refer to the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch guide to help you make ocean-friendly seafood choices.

     
  • Oatmeal – Ricotta Pancakes

    Oatmeal – Ricotta Pancakes

    Yum. Who doesn’t love pancakes? Packed with a little more protein and a lot of flavor, these healthy flapjacks are the perfect way to start your day.

     
  • Shrimp Stew, Brazilian Style

    Shrimp Stew, Brazilian Style

    Brazilian Shrimp Stew, also known as Moqueca de Camarao, is flavorful and easy to make. Dende or red palm oil (not kernel palm oil) is rich in carotene antioxidants and gives the stew a nice orange color. Red palm oil is a common cooking ingredient in the tropical belt of Africa, Southeast Asia, and parts of Brazil. It can be found at health food stores and specialty grocers. Don’t worry if you can’t find it, the soup is tasty without it.

     
  • Blueberry Compote

    Blueberry Compote

    Looking for an easy dessert that utilizes those luscious antioxidant-rich blueberries? We’ve adapted a simple recipe that our friends at Tufts University created for health-nuts who still have a bit of a sweet tooth. The secret ingredient in this dessert is chia seeds, which swell to form a gel when moistened. The newest addition to the super food list, chia seeds help thicken the juices in this compote made with convenient frozen berries

     
  • Quinoa Salad

    Quinoa Salad

    Quinoa (pronounced KEEN-wah) is a healthy, high-protein, gluten-free alternative to grains. It is actually a seed and is considered a complete protein and a superfood. Quinoa has a light nutty flavor and is extremely versatile. I often use it in place of rice and toss it on salads and into soups. This quinoa salad is perfect as a side dish or you can throw some grilled fish or chicken on top for a main course. Give it a try!

     
  • Summer Smoothie

    Summer Smoothie

    Summertime and the living is easy! As the temperature soars, ditch the stove and reach for your trusty blender. The following recipe is a great option for a protein- and vitamin-rich meal replacement or snack. Feel free to tweak the ingredients to your liking.

     
  • Roasted Broccoli & Apple Salad with Lemon-Tahini Dressing

    Roasted Broccoli & Apple Salad with Lemon-Tahini Dressing

    Looking to try a vegan recipe that will appeal to even the staunchest meat-eaters in your family? We’ve adapted a recipe from Prevention magazine that will fill the bill with bright flavors, texture and color.

     
  • Lemon Chicken

    Lemon Chicken

    Looking for a quick and delicious entrée that doesn’t involve a take-out menu? Adapted from a Prevention magazine recipe, this is one “fast food” that will delight your taste buds without abandoning your healthy diet resolutions. Pair with roasted red potatoes and a salad and you have a meal that the whole family will love … in less than 30 minutes!

     
  • Lemon Yogurt Pound Cake

    Lemon Yogurt Pound Cake

    Looking for a healthy indulgence to brighten your winter day? Your search is over! This versatile dessert features heart-healthy olive oil and protein-rich Greek yogurt, which replace the butter. A modern riff on a traditional favorite, egg whites help reduce calories, fat and cholesterol. Whole-wheat flour boosts the fiber content, too. Enjoy!

     
 

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