Who says you can’t have dessert for breakfast? Well, ‘they’ could be right if it’s a traditional dessert, but they would be WRONG if they ever called you out for having these here cookies for some brekkie! Jam packed with nutrients from oats, chickpeas, and naturally sweetened with dates, these breakfast cookies are high in protein and fiber, and even have a semi-secret ingredient of pumpkin in ’em. Just trust us, make these and be the hero of the day!
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.
This is a fun take on boring ol meatloaf and is full of hidden veggies. It’s a VFit Sqaud spin on a classic, full of fresh flavors and nutrient superstars. Your kids will even gobble this one up!! You can make this dish as a large meatloaf (add an extra egg), or form into cupcake tins and served as mini meatloaf’s.
This is your favorite spinach and artichoke dip all cleaned up and ready to gobble by the spoonful. Avocado and nutritional yeast make the dip creamy while the spinach, garlic and artichokes give an extra punch of nutrients. Super simple to prepare. Can be served hot or cold. We love this dip with fresh veggies or homemade plaintain chips.
Split pea soup is a great Vegetarian soup that is full of protein and fiber. It is really simple to make.This is our fresh and real food spin on this tride and true winter soup favorite!
Is there anything better than a big, ripe, juicy peach on a summer afternoon? We sure don’t think so! So with that on the brain, we were looking for a way to add even more jazz to the Epic Fish Tacos. Needless to say, an amazing batch of peach salsa was whipped up as an impromptu topping…what a game changer! It was easy as can be, and literally tastes good on everything from tacos to nachos to salads to meat.
This soup is like Fall in a bowl. Delightful, simple and sure to please any pallet. A great way to use up those ever popular butternut squashes that seem to make their way into every winter farm box.