Change up the usual baked potato for this Go Green Stuffed Potatoes recipes. It’s like springtime in a potato and it’s an excellent side dish for any occasion.
This Kale & Apple Salad recipe uses less than 5 ingredients (not including oil, vinegar, salt and pepper) and is a healthy, easy meal for lunch.
Eating healthy this year? Try kale. If you’ve never been a fan of kale, I wager you’ve only tried curly kale or dinosaur kale – one of the larger styles of leaves that you have to chop and massage for a salad. Am I right? If so, you should try baby kale. It’s small like baby spinach, usually comes pre-washed, and can be used just like any other kale or just
New Year … don’t worry, I wasn’t planning on saying “new you” – instead I was going to say “healthier you.” (I know, that’s equally played out. But what better way to introduce a healthy recipe than with a tried-and-true phrase?) In all seriousness, I know many people like to use the start of a new year as a
Packed with nutrients from beets and kale, and fiber from lentils, this Kale, Beet & Lentil Salad with Golden Dressing is as nutritious as it is delicious!
Using veggies like kale and fruits like apple and pomegranate seeds, this Harvest Kale Caesar Salad salad is rich, satiating, and full of flavor.