There are times when a recipe is shared among a group of women and they flock to it. This is the dish. Shared once, it spread like crazy and we are here to share it in the Rolodex! Originally calling for lentils, we have brought it back into the carnivorous world with calling for beef. Try it and let us know what you think!
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.
Colors galore and an array of flavors come together in this quinoa bowl which can be served as breakfast, or as a side. Perfect dish to bring to a picnic, or serve along side some grilled meat for as sweet and savory take on dinner. You can really play around with the toppings here and customized this with whatever you have on hand in the pantry too!
We love a good pot roast and we also love easy cooking! This recipe is the best of both worlds. Easily done in a crock pot or dutch oven. Great for the meat eaters in your family! We do recommend getting high quality grass fed beef, that is organic if possible.
These protein pancakes were created by an original VFit Squad member, Tiffany, and a wonderful way to start any day. Full of healthy fat, protein and nutrients – they will fill you up and keep you away from the morning slump.
Transform your favorite snack/appetizer from nutritionally void, to a nutrient powerhouse of a meal by swapping out tortilla chips with thinly sliced sweet potato circles, and loading ’em up thick with veggies, avocado, and beans. Adapted from Two Peas and Their Pod. Add some fresh chicken, beans or ground meat of choice to up the protein on this fabulous dish. You can also skip making chips from the sweet potatoes and instead bake them, adding all toppings after to make a “loaded” sweet potato.
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.