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  • Spicy Turmeric Chicken

    This recipe incorporates a lot of different spices but turmeric is our favorite one. It's a health rock-star due to it’s anti-inflammatory, cancer-fighting and heart health properties. Add some roasted veggies and call it a night!

  • Easy Creamy Crock-Pot Coconut Curry Chicken

    It's possible to enjoy comfort food without the guilt. This is a simple meal...perfect for busy weeknights and yummy leftovers. Whip up the sauce in 5 minutes, then toss it in the crock pot and enjoy later. 

  • Asparagus Spring Salad with Dill

    A fantastic but simple fresh salad to bring on warmer weather and the hope of sunshine and fresh produce. 

  • Chorizo Burgers

    A unique take on the class hamburger. Try a different meat and see what you think! Add your favorite toppings and pair with a fresh green salad or roasted vegetables.

  • Jicama Crackers

    Such a simple snack, but so good and so much better for you than the traditional box of crackers from the grocery store. 

  • Slow Cooker Buttery Pot Roast

    This is quite possibly the easiest recipe on the planet, and the finished product will literally melt in your mouth.  We like to serve this with roasted vegetables and a baked sweet potato, but the sky is the limit. 

  • Baked Garlic Mushroom Chicken

    This makes the perfect weeknight meal. With only a few main ingredients and a quick stop to the spice cabinet, you'll have dinner ready in just over half an hour. 

  • Banana Nut Porridge

    If you are an oatmeal-lover, you can still enjoy a warm breakfast bowl while going grain-free. This recipe requires soaking the nuts overnight, which helps with digestion and gives the porridge that velvety texture. 

  • Thai Curry with Squash and Avocado

    Thai food is easy to conver to paleo. Curry can be made a thousand ways, and this recipe is quick to prepare and makes great leftovers. Enjoy!

  • Shredded Beef Ragu with Sweet Potato Gnocchi

    We love interesting spins on American classics. This one takes the spaghetti family favorite concept and turns it into something way better (is that even possible?!).