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A healthy, low-sugar alternative to the typical sugar-bomb zucchini bread. This one is super moist and delicious!
The world's most refreshing summer drink!
Sports drinks like Gatorade are GREAT for refueling after heavy sweating, but you are paying boatloads for basically colored, flavored sugar/salt water! Make your own using stuff you already have and stay away from all the chemicals.
Great low-cal soup to use up excess summer garden veggies.
A great way to use up the summer surplus of tomatoes. Don't try this with less than stellar tomatoes. The homegrown tomato flavor is super important in this dish. As is the fresh basil. This recipe is adapted from a number of places (Ina Garten, Smitten Kitchen, Oh She Glows) but I made it my own.
I don't peel my peaches because I love the color they add and the extra fiber. If you don't use organic peaches, be sure to peel them before preparing the cobbler. Also, if unripened peaches are used, be sure to up the sugar for the filling.
I worked for months and months to perfect a whole wheat pizza dough, and I think I've finally found it. We love it, love it, love it! This makes enough dough for two large pizzas. We normally use one, freeze the other. To use the frozen one, thaw on the counter and then place in off oven on a pizza pan. Pour a recently boiled kettle of water in a roasting pan under the dough and close the oven. The warm, moist air reproofs the frozen dough.
A great small superfood smoothie for a mid-afternoon boost. Chocolately and delish!
A great bread to go with all of your Italian dishes! For a lighter version, cut back on the olive oil and leave out the cheese.
This makes a massive amount of chili and freezes fantastically. It's packed with veggies and three different kinds of beans, so it's full of great vitamins and nutrients.
This recipe is also amazing as a vegetarian dish. Just take out the ground turkey.
This is an adapted Cooking Light recipe.
My Mama loves her Southern food, here is one of her favorite New Orleans dishes, but with some healthy changes.
This goes together super fast and packs a great energy-boosting punch. Plus, the dark chocolate is not only heart-healthy but also is a great treat! I love this after a workout.
We love, love, love this soup! It's hearty, filling, and comes together super quickly. For dinner, we double up and have two servings each with a side salad or a side sandwich. For lunch, one serving will keep your full all day!