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Category: In The Kitchen
Chicken-Apple Breakfast Sausage

Chicken-Apple Breakfast Sausage

Looking for something fresh and healthy that the whole family will love this Thanksgiving, give this recipe a try and surprise them all with Chicken Sausage. Ingredients: 1 medium tart apple chopped with the peel!                                            ½ t black pepper ½ small onion, minced                                                                                 1 ½ lb. ground organic chicken 3 T fresh sage leaves, minced                                                                   […]

Our Diets Are Killing Us And Doctors Aren’t Trained To Help

Our Diets Are Killing Us And Doctors Aren’t Trained To Help

This article was published by The Hill on October 18, 2019. It was written by Emily M. Broad Lieb, Drs. Stephen DeVries and Walter Willet What if your doctor failed to talk to you about the most important threat to your health? Wouldn’t you worry about the quality of your health care? Poor quality diet […]

Green Tea Infused Steel Cut Oats with Apples, Ginger and Walnuts

Green Tea Infused Steel Cut Oats with Apples, Ginger and Walnuts

Infusing oats with green tea bumps up the antioxidant values. Adding nuts, oil and flax help slow the absorption of the carbohydrates to stabilize blood sugar throughout the day. Ingredients: 3 cups of water                                                                             1 cup unpeeled, diced organic apple 3 organic green tea bags                                                          1/3 cup toasted walnuts, chopped 1 cup steel-cut oats                                                                     2 […]

Everyday Basic Vinaigrette

Everyday Basic Vinaigrette

This dressing is good on any combination of greens and veggies, and it will be good for at least a few weeks! Thanks to our friends at The Institute of Functional Medicine for sharing this recipe! A simple and delicious dressing for everyday use on salads. Using good quality ingredients in this dressing and your salad, […]

Walnut Blueberry Oatmeal Energy Bites

Walnut Blueberry Oatmeal Energy Bites

A great addition to any breakfast, these Walnut Blueberry Oatmeal Energy Bites are savory and filling enough to give you that energy boost needed as a healthy snack. For a healthy brunch or breakfast serve with the chicken sausage, scrambled eggs and fresh fruit. Ingredients: 1 cup walnuts, lightly toasted and chopped 1 cup whole […]

Quick and Easy Applesauce

Quick and Easy Applesauce

We cooked pork chops last week and realized that we didn’t have applesauce for the kids! After a quick Google search, we found this yummy recipe from EatingWell. It’s simple, fast and best of all the girls wanted seconds. We plan on making it again this weekend! Ingredients 4 Apples 1 – 2 tablespoons of brown […]

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Oven-Baked Lentil and Split Pea Soup

Oven-Baked Lentil and Split Pea Soup

This hearty one-dish meal is not only delicious but is also high in iron as well as soluble fiber. Thanks to our friends at The Institute of Functional Medicine for sharing this tasty recipe! Even the pickiest pea soup lover will request this time and again. This recipe packs a nutritional punch, plus plenty of […]

Avgolemono Soup (Chicken Soup with Avogolemono sauce)

Avgolemono Soup (Chicken Soup with Avogolemono sauce)

Avgolemono is a traditional Greek sauce made with eggs and lemons. It can also easily be prepared as a comforting chicken and rice soup.  Soup Ingredients: ½ cup rice 1 chicken, cut up 3 quarts of water Salt and pepper 1 T butter   Sauce Ingredients: 4 eggs Juice of 2 lemons 3 T water […]

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15-Minute Teriyaki Salmon Bowl

15-Minute Teriyaki Salmon Bowl

Japan is famous not only for their culture, but also for their cuisine. The Japanese have low risk of acquiring diseases such as heart disease, due to their healthy eating habits. Aside from their healthy lifestyle and cuisine, Japan is a country full of interesting and unique things. Join Thrive in learning more about these […]

“Bagels and Lox” Wraps

“Bagels and Lox” Wraps

This Bagel and Lox Wrap recipe is a lower-carb substitute for the breakfast and brunch favorite. If you want to scratch the carbs all together replace the tortillas with romaine lettuce.  Ingredients: 4 tortillas, low carb                                                                                       2 T capers, drained 4 oz cream cheese, room temp                                                                2 T finely chopped chives 4 oz lox or […]

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