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Simple Kimchi Fried Rice

Did you know that fermented foods are good food sources to build up your microbiome? Having healthy gut bacteria is not just good for your body, but for your mental health, too! Whether you like having yogurt, kefir, kombucha, sauerkraut, or other fermented foods, these all can boost your healthy gut bacteria. If you’re looking …

Chicken Parm Pasta Skillet

No need to turn on your oven, this quick and easy chicken parm is made on the stovetop in one skillet! This recipe is a family favorite and makes a great midweek meal. Add a side of veggies for balance. (We love broccoli for soaking up a delicious red sauce!) Got celiac? Use gluten free pasta for an easy swap. We like lots of veggies so we add diced green or red pepper, onions and mushrooms, which we saute ahead of the chicken. Make this one your own!

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Lentil Soup

It’s soup season! This vegetarian lentil soup packs a nutritional punch, and is a great way to utilize lentils, which are an inexpensive, tasty, plant-based protein. Brown lentils are a popular type of lentil and easy to find in your local grocery. Unlike dried beans, lentils don’t need to be soaked prior to using.

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Slow Cooker Turkey Chili

Warm-up with this tasty turkey chili that will give you that “comfort food” feeling and is easy to make in a slow cooker. Turkey chili has fewer calories and fat than traditional beef chili, so using turkey is a great way to lighten up this classic winter dish. Not a ground turkey fan? Use ground chicken instead. 

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Blueberry Peanut Butter Overnight Oats

It’s no secret that breakfast can help give your day a strong start. Literally meaning “breaking the fast”, having breakfast on a regular basis helps give your morning a boost by restocking your body’s energy stores. You can’t expect a car to run on an empty tank of gas, can you? Even if you don’t …

Apple Crisp

Craving something sweet? This time of year is a great time for a homemade apple crisp. This apple crisp recipe will satisfy your sweet tooth while also providing health benefits. Apples can help prevent further disease by lowering cholesterol levels, controlling blood sugar levels, aiding weight loss, and helping with digestion. Looking for more recipes …