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Springtime Cucumber-Lime Avocado Corn Salad
Ah, spring. We've all been waiting for everything this special season brings to us! Warm weather, fresh vegetables, and longer days make us each feel a little more like ourselves. This spring-forward salad has texture, flavor, and a punch of spice - informing us that there are many outdoor meals in front of us.
Simple Sugar Snap Pea Salad
This salad may be green, but it's so much more than your typical green salad. If you're one of those people that "just can't eat salad everyday," I hear you! My Sugar Snap Pea Salad is a great way to switch it up, be anything but bored and still get a healthy serving of greens.
Gluten-Free Cauliflower Rosemary Gnocchi
Whether you are sensitive to gluten, or you're trying to experiment with more whole food options, this rosemary cauliflower gnocchi will hit the spot any time of year. Like many gnocchi recipes, it may take a few times to perfect your art, but once you have it down, it will be a weekly go-to!
60 Minutes, may take 90 first time around
Spring Forward Lemony-Basil & Jalapeño Chicken Salad
With chicken resurfacing to stardom, its next-day version is too! We love chicken salad in this household because of its accessibility and flavor. As a health coach, I personally love how you can sneak in vegetables without even realizing it. Try this spring favorite and try adding your own fresh flavors. It's hard to go wrong!
Spicy Cucumber, Watermelon & Mint Salad
Keeping it healthy when it's hot. This salad is a fan favorite because it is made in minutes, pleases all palates, and lasts for days in the fridge - that is if it's not finished first!
The 9.5 Minute Hard Boiled Egg
A healthy lifestyle can often feel anything but easy, but it can be simple! The hard-boiled egg is an exquisite example of taking small steps to meal prep. Spend 15 minutes this week preparing these hard-boiled eggs, and feel at ease knowing you have a wholesome protein-packed choice to pair with any meal.
Simple Roasted Purple Cabbage
Do you have ever have those evenings where you just don't know what to make because you're bored of cooking? This purple cabbage is for those nights. When roasted and crispy it pairs well with any protein and starch, and when sliced thinly enough - makes you feel like you're eating some form of fried food. When really - you are nourishing your taste buds and belly with a superfood we're not always soon to think of!
10 Minutes Prep, 30 Minutes Baking
Coconut Sun Butter Balls
While an excellent snack in itself, sunbutter is an exceptional source of Vitamin E which disarms harmful free radicals. Since Vitamin E is a fat-soluble vitamin, sunbutter is a sure way to absorb this powerful nutrient since it is erupting in healthy fats. These sunbutter balls include minimal sugar, almost exclusively fat, and protein - making them a satiating choice for an any-time-of-day-snack to support brain health and balance hunger hormones!
8 - 12 Servings
Lemony Brussels Sprouts Salad
Lemons add immediate freshness to just about everything! When combined with a member of the cabbage family like the Brussels sprout, the lemony flavor breaks down their bitter nature. Sharing the spotlight with apples, Dijon mustard, sweet cherry tomatoes, and crunchy pine nuts - this salad leaves room for any protein or pasta you want to enjoy it with. It's hearty enough for the main course and versatile enough to be served as a side.
4 - 6 Servings
Sweet Pickled Onions
The sweet pickled red onion. We often see this served with tacos, Asian inspired meals, or seafood, but it marries well with so much more. Not only does it offer probiotic benefits, but the addition of the pickled onion provides an umami palate pleaser that is easy to neglect in the standard American diet.
5 Minutes (plus at least 1 hour in the fridge)