Looking for a healthy alternative to fried chicken or spaghetti? This good, old-fashioned BBQ chicken is marinated to make it juicy and tender. Plus, cooking it on indirect heat reduces the harmful carcinogens that can occur with high-temperature cooking.
Diets that include whole foods will help you thrive — mentally and physically. That’s why we’ve put together recipes to help you stay on track with your health and enjoy your food at the same time.
With only four ingredients, this healthy chicken sausage provides protein with a sauerkraut topping for that traditional taste. Easy to make and enjoyed by the whole family.
This easy eggnog drink is a healthy and delicious way to enjoy this classic Christmas cocktail year-round — without the alcohol or sugar. Unlike traditional homemade eggnog recipes that call for sugar, heavy cream, and egg yolks, our healthy smoothie uses full-fat coconut milk and is sweetened with stevia. Plus Grass-Fed Whey Protein makes our
Can’t get enough of peanut butter desserts? This creamy peanut butter pie recipe is adapted from the “Wheat Belly Cookbook” by William Davis, MD and is absolutely delicious! Made with organic cream cheese and coconut milk, peanut butter pie is a nice way to mix up your classic cheesecake recipe. Core Plan approved
Try this homemade easy chili recipe instead of reaching for a premade can from the grocery store! Our ground beef chili is easy to make with ingredients you likely have on-hand! The key ingredient in this healthy chili is the grass-fed beef. This type of beef is leaner than grain-fed beef, resulting in fewer overall
This tasty pesto chicken is a quick and easy dinner recipe with tremendous flavor. For the pesto sauce in this easy chicken recipe, you can use either homemade or storebought. Just make sure that any storebought version is made with olive oil and not any damaged oils. You’ll love this easy pesto chicken that’s great
Just in time for the holidays! This delicious almond butter fudge is super easy to make, is good for you, and isn’t packed with refined sugar and carbs. Due to the nature of coconut oil, this no-bake fudge will melt if left at room temperature for long. Store in the freezer for best results. If