When rhubarb season hits, it hits HARD. And as much as the flavor of strawberry and rhubarb go together, this recipe takes another spin on what to do with all that rhubarb. Rhubarb is anti-inflammatory, good for digestion, and has loads of calcium and antioxidants in it. Diced it up and throw it into a nice little coffee cake, with lots of cinnamon and a pecan topping that’ll make your house smell oh so cozy and wonderful as it bakes.
This smoothie was created and perfected by one of our favorite teammates and packs just about every nutrient you need. Great as a grab n go breakfast or lunch. You can get creative with what you add in.
We are here to show you that you can make “noodles” out of so many healthy veggies! This is a fantastic and heart warming dish that is great in the fall and winter. Attn: Veggies! Meat is optional. You can always sub out zoodles or any other noodle of your choice. We recommend doubling the recipe as this will make for fantastic leftovers during the rest of your busy week.
This high- fiber breakfast cereal is packed with Omegas and protein that will keep you full for hours, along with high-antioxidant fruit.
Forget Starbucks for your next pumpkin latte. Make this specialty drink in your own home and impress your guests. Full of rich flavor without any of the added sugar or chemicals, this PSL uses the real deal: canned pumpkin and pure maple syrup with a spice blend that will make you come back for more.
Tired of the same ol’ boring oatmeal day after day? This healthy spin on a warm comfort breakfast is a great way to freshen up your breakfast. This recipe was adapted from Closet Cooking. The nuts add a healthy dose of fat which will keep you full and satisfied. If you aren’t going to top with raw nuts, scoop a tablespoon of peanut or nut butter into the porridge to help fill you up.
Don’t get us wrong, we absolutely LOVE ourselves some chai tea! BUT – a lot of times what you are getting when you are out and about is full of extra ingredients, or loaded up with insane amounts of extra sugar or syrup that is just not necessary. We’ve created this homemade chai tea recipe which takes the key flavors from their natural source – cinnamon sticks, ginger root, cardamon pods, and black pepper corns – so you don’t need to add much else to this to truly enjoy a lovely chai at home.