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CEDAR PLANK TROUT WITH ASIAN GUACAMOLE

Trout tastes similar to salmon and can be prepared the exact same way. We love to grill it over a cedar plank, which imparts a smoky, delicious flavor to the fish. Top it off with a dollop of slightly spicy Asian guacamole, which adds even more healthy fats!

HOMEMADE COCONUT YOGURT

Have you ever tried making yogurt? It’s a lot easier than you think. We love this coconut yogurt because the wonderful healthy fat from the coconut milk will curb your appetite from breakfast to lunch.

CARAMELIZED BANANAS WITH GHEE AND CINNAMON

We love cooking with ghee because of its high smoke point and rich, buttery flavor. Just a little bit can transform the everyday banana into something really delicious - a sweet treat or a great addition to your morning oatmeal.

HEARTY VEGETARIAN RAINBOW BOWL

This hearty vegetarian bowl is loaded with raw veggies and the sautéed shitake mushrooms add the perfect texture for a rich flavorful finish. You’ll find this combination of cooked and raw vegetables extremely filling, and once you drizzle the dressing on top you’ll find it is irresistible.

SPICY LENTIL BURGER

This meaty veggie burger is sure to please the whole family – yup, even the meat lovers! It’s packed with umami flavor from mushrooms, soy sauce, toasted pepitas, and smoky spices like cumin and smoked paprika. Crumble up leftover veggie burger with sautéed vegetables and potatoes to make a spicy hash.

VEGGIE BREAKFAST SKILLET

Vegetables are vital for providing nutrients that our bodies need to stay healthy. Vegetables are most neglected at breakfast time., so why not start out your day off with them! This Veggie Breakfast Skillet will change the way you think about adding vegetables to your diet in the morning.

SAVORY MORNING OATMEAL

Whether we choose to eat meat or not, we can all benefit from more vegetables in our diet. This Savory Oatmeal with Spinach and Mushrooms is a tasty way to add a serving or two of veggies to your breakfast routine!

RAW MATCHA MINT CHOCOLATE CUPS

Mint balances the grassy tones found in matcha nicely. Add chocolate, and you take that flavor to a whole new level! With only 1 tablespoon of raw honey, these Matcha Mint Chocolate Cups are a wonderful way to get your sugar fix without giving up your healthy eating habits.

ASIAN PEANUT HUMMUS

This recipe for Asian peanut hummus is a fun spin on traditional hummus, packed with bright and fresh Asian flavors from peanut butter, soy sauce, ginger and herbs. You might want to double up the recipe, especially if there’s more than just you in the house because this snack has a way of disappearing!

CREAMY CHOCOLATE CHIA PUDDING

With the right ingredients, dessert can actually be really healthy! This chocolate chia is super creamy and satisfying, and it’s also secretly packed with tons of nutrition—including healthy fats.

FERMENTED SALSA

Can you think of a better food to ferment than salsa! Dig in with with tortilla chips, dollop it on chili, or serve it with eggs for breakfast. Fermented veggies are great for gut health and make it easier for our bodies to digest starches and proteins - so pile those chips and burritos high with this salsa and enjoy!

BLOOD ORANGE KOMBUCHA SPRITZER

Due to the fermentation process, kombucha is naturally fizzy and full of gut healthy probiotics. While a cold glass of kombucha is delicious on its own, these kombucha spritzers are great when you have a few friends over and you want a healthy and creative alternative to soft drinks!

FIVE SPICE TEMPEH BOWL

One of our favorite ways to get a hefty dose of fiber and fermented food is by making a grain bowl for lunch. It’s an easy and delicious way to use up leftovers and create a balanced meal. Start with this Asian inspired grain bowl for inspiration!

EINKORN BUTTERMILK BISCUITS

Who doesn’t love a good biscuit? Warm, fluffy and buttery, they remind us of family dinners and childhood memories. So, we teamed up with Jovial Foods to bring you a healthy makeover of the classic buttermilk biscuit. Einkorn flour is the only wheat that has never been hybridized – not naturally in the wild or through seed selection by farmers.

SAUTEED BROCCOLI WITH PEAS, PINE NUTS AND LEMON OLIVE OIL

Broccoli totes a lengthy list of benefits. It is rich in fiber, which aides in digestion, and high in vitamin C to help boost the immune system. This dish combines texture with full flavor to deliver an easy side dish that can quickly be prepared.

SMOKED TROUT NORI BITES

The idea of eating seaweed might not sound tempting, but you should give it a try! Seaweed is a unique superfood, packed with a diverse array of nutrients your body needs to function at it’s best. These nori bites are a delicious way to start adding the benefits of seaweed to your diet.

BUDDHA BOWL WITH SUPERFOODS

You will love the combination of sweet, bitter and hardy flavors this nutritious bowl has to offer. This recipe makes enough for 4 hungry people, or if you’re like me, you will gladly have some leftovers for lunch the next day!

MACA AND ALMOND BUTTER ENERGY BITES

These little bites are the perfect midmorning or late afternoon treat—the times of the day we feel our energy dip and need a pick-me-up. I like to make a batch on the weekend and take 2 or 3 with me to work to have when that slump hits.

CREAMY CHICKEN AND BROCCOLI TETRAZZINI

In the winter I crave noodles. Warm, creamy, noodles. This tetrazzini is made with chicken instead of the traditional turkey because organic chicken is more readily available; and to be honest, I just enjoy the flavor more.

FRIED QUINOA WITH CHICKEN

This Fried Quinoa is a healthy take on classic fried rice. Replacing the rice with quinoa bumps up the protein level, so you can stretch the leftover chicken further. There’s also plenty of veggies to pack in the vitamins and fiber, and keep everyone feeling full and satisfied.

GUT HEALTHY BONE BROTH

Homemade bone broth is free of preservatives, and is a great way to stretch every ounce of nutrition from the animals we consume as food. Don’t worry about following an exact recipe every time, bone broth is very forgiving and once you get the method down you’ll be a pro in no time!

TURN ONE ORGANIC CHICKEN INTO FIVE MEALS

It’s much easier to stick to healthy eating when we have a plan. By roasting an organic chicken at the beginning of the week—and spending just a few minutes planning—you can stretch leftovers into 4 more healthy meals. Don’t forget to make the meat go farther by incorporating lots of veggies!

LEMON TAHINI KALE SALAD WITH POMEGRANATES

Kale is one of the healthiest and most nutritious foods out there. Add the tart vibrance of pomegranate seeds and it’s the perfect salad when you want a colorful show stopper.

ROASTED BRUSSELS SPROUTS WITH CASHEW CURRY DIP

We don’t usually think of snack food as being healthy, but these roasted Brussels sprouts really prove that theory wrong. Brussels sprouts are best when they’re kept simple—just a drizzle of oil, a shake of salt and pepper, and a hot oven to make the perfect bite.

MEXICAN CHOCOLATE PUDDING WITH COCONUT MILK

Don't let the "spiced" title of this dessert scare you! Kids (and adults) will love the silky texture that is full of chocolaty flavor and just a hint of spice. This simple dish can be made the day or night before to make it even easier.

SWEET POTATO FRIES WITH TAMARI CASHEW DIP

Who can resist a tray of sweet potato fries? Leaving the skin on adds nutrition and texture. Pair them this creamy tamari cashew dip for extra dunkability!

TURMERIC GOLDEN MILK

One of our favorite ways to replace coffee is with Turmeric Golden Milk. Turmeric supports a healthy inflammatory response and has many health benefits. We also add ashwagandha which supports our body's ability to cope with stress. It's a great way to start the day!

BEET AND TURMERIC SAUERKRAUT

Before refrigeration, our ancestors ingeniously preserved food through fermentation. Fermenting not only extends the shelf life of food, it also makes the food more nutritious for us to eat.

PEARS WITH PROSCIUTTO AND BLUE CHEESE

And these prosciutto wrapped pears with blue cheese have all the elements you want in a tasty appetizer wrapped into one pretty little bundle.

ORANGE GINGER DIGESTION TEA

The holiday season can wreak havoc on our gut! After a month of parties, cookies and eggnog, your stomach might be fighting back. Here’s five things you can do to get your digestive tract back in working order after the holidays.

CALMING COCONUT MILK EGGNOG

This classic holiday treat gets reinvented with silky coconut milk and the addition of lemon balm extract which supports the nervous system and promotes an overall feeling of calmness.

CROCK POT SOUTHWEST PULLED PORK SOUP

Nothing beats the convenience of a hearty soup cooked all day in the crock-pot. And this Southwest Pulled Pork Soup combines just the right amount of spices.

COCONUT BUTTER CHOCOLATE DIPPED ORANGES

These mandarin oranges are dipped in dark chocolate and coconut butter for the perfect little appetizer, dessert or holiday gift.

SLEEPY TIME APPLE CIDER

This Sleepy Time Spiced Apple Cider is a great way to relax and unwind before bed, and the ingredients will naturally help you to drift off to sleep!

ROASTED CHESTNUT SOUP

Chestnuts roasting on a open fire after a long day at work and holiday shopping? Unlikely! But you can soak in the aroma from this easy weeknight soup.

GINGERBREAD CUPCAKES WITH EGGNOG FROSTING

We can never get enough eggnog! This rich, sweetened dairy beverage is savored during just one month of the year and we love every excuse to indulge, like this recipe which lets you have your eggnog, and eat it, too.

DARK CHOCOLATE SUPERFOOD BARK

This is the perfect handmade gift for the holidays! Who doesn’t love to chocolate? Especially when topped with healthy superfoods like nuts, seeds and dried fruit.

THAI MEATBALLS WITH SWEET CHILI SAUCE

Party food is the best because you get to experience different tastes in one night! But the idea that delicious party food is unhealthy is a huge myth. When you start with healthy ingredients, you can snack until your heart is content and still do good for your body.

BUTTERNUT SQUASH HUMMUS

This snack has everything you could want: sweet notes from the butternut squash and pomegranate, a little heat from the cayenne, incredible creamy texture, and the salty crunch from the potato chips you scoop it all up with. And it’s full of healthy ingredients!

COCONUT PUMPKIN SOUP

We are officially into the autumn season, which means warm sweaters, crackling fires, fleece slippers, hot cocoa and hearty soups. Nothing beats a soup that is packed with vitamins and nutrients to fuel the body through the cold and flu season.

PUMPKIN BREAD

Nothing marks the start of the holidays quite like a warm loaf of pumpkin bread. This bread is fluffy and lightly sweet, and we take it one step farther by adding walnuts, chocolate chips and raisins. You can serve this bread fresh out of the oven, or warm it up for breakfast and top with an orange cream cheese.

HOMEMADE APPLESAUCE

Now that fall has arrived my kitchen has taken on the aromas of vanilla, cinnamon and apples. One of my family’s favorite recipes is our homemade applesauce. It can be eaten plain, enjoyed with a variety of toppings and used for baking.

CROCK POT SWEET POTATO CHILI

After a long day, it can be hard to muster the energy to cook a healthy dinner. That’s why the crock pot is one of the best kitchen inventions of all time! Especially when the end result is this Sweet Potato Chipotle Chili.

QUICHE WITH SWEET POTATO CRUST

This vegetable packed quiche gets a gluten-free spin using thinly sliced sweet potatoes as a crust. The sweet potatoes add high fiber carbohydrates, making it more filling and helping to sustain blood sugar levels.

PUMPKIN AND SAGE RISOTTO

If you haven’t tried pumpkin and sage together, now’s your chance! And of course, a really good quality Parmigiano Reggiano will make or break a risotto dish!

LEMONY CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP

This soup is a spin on the classic chicken noodle, and with a twist from Greek lemon chicken soup. It's the perfect meal to make during the week because it comes together quickly.

GLUTEN-FREE APPLE PIE PANCAKES

We love these gluten-free because they give you the same cozy, nostalgic feeling as an apple pie, but the wholesome ingredients make you feel good about serving them to your family for breakfast!

SALMON CAKES WITH DILL SAUCE

By: Claudia Laffin, from The Traveling Spoon Personal Chef These salmon cakes are, hands down, one of my most requested meals from my clients.  The best part is that they don’t have a lot of filler, so the salmon really shines in this recipe! One of the tricks of helping them hold their shape is […]

TWICE-BAKED BUTTERNUT SQUASH

This recipe has fall written all over it. You can’t go wrong with butternut squash, sausage, sage, thyme and cheese! It is also super simple to make. In fact, I don’t know why it's taken this long for me to dream up a twice baked squash.

HONEY CITRUS IMMUNE SPRITZER

Fall brings cooler temperatures, crisp air, and pumpkin flavored everything. Who wouldn't want to be outside? This change in season also marks the beginning of another season - "immune season", an added challenge for our immune systems.

THAI TEMPEH SWEET POTATOES

Sweet potatoes, which are actually not related to white potatoes, are the richest food source of vitamin A, which gives the vegetable it’s characteristic hue. Vitamin A is a family of antioxidant vitamins that helps support healthy vision, the immune system, and cell growth.

ZUCCHINI NOODLES WITH VEGAN PESTO

With the increased awareness of celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity, there are tons of new options for those who need to avoid gluten, including gluten free breads, crackers, cookies and noodles. But you can also look to the produce aisle for a great gluten free noodle option.

ROASTED RED PEPPER PASTA SAUCE

Spaghetti is one of those classic meals that often gets forgotten. But the combination of a tangy tomato sauce on top of a hearty pasta (and yes, carbs can be good for us) is something that never goes out of style. If you think a good, homemade tomato sauce is hard, then think again. Not […]

BEER BRAISED SAUSAGE

Oktoberfest is upon us and who could complain? It marks the start of fall and gives us a great excuse to pair sausage and beer, and indulge in a fresh baked pretzel all at the same time. In other words, count us in!

HOMEMADE SOFT PRETZELS

Some of us may remember the freshly baked soft pretzels of yesterday. Warm and buttery, they were a treat at festive occasions like fall festivals and county fairs. Making homemade soft pretzels is not as hard as you might think - and what better time to try than during Oktoberfest?

MINI QUICHES WITH CHEDDAR, PEAS AND BACON

We all know that kids, especially toddlers, can sometimes be picky eaters. With my own kids, I have found that finger foods are always a hit - and who doesn't love a combination that involves peas, cheese and bacon?

MOJITO SHRIMP WITH COCONUT RICE

Lime and mint make an awesome flavor combination. That's why this mojito shrimp recipe is one of our favorite seafood dishes to make. Combine it with a creamy coconut rice and this dish is what dinnertime dreams are made of!

GRASS-FED BURGER FOUR WAYS

Labor Day may mean the end of summer, but it's definitely not the end of grilling season! So we're celebrating Labor Day with a summer send off that elevates the classic burger into a culinary exploration which will surprise your guests and their tastebuds.

GREEN MONSTER SMOOTHIE

We have all struggled trying to get our kids to eat more vegetables. This smoothie is the perfect snack to pack in loads of spinach, with a taste kids will love. In our house we call this smoothie The Green Monster.

TAHINI TUNA SALAD AVOCADOS

Anytime I have the chance to eat one food, out of a bowl that is made of another food, I'm all about it - especially when that bowl is an avocado. This recipe combines an easy tuna salad, with tahini and avocado. It's pretty much love at first bite.

FALAFEL WITH ROASTED RED PEPPER TAHINI SAUCE

I try not to live with regrets, but one thing I do regret is that it took me so long to discover tahini. Seriously! I didn’t try tahini until my late twenties, and now I can’t help but imagine all of the delicious things I could have been trying in that lost time.

BERRY BLAST SMOOTHIE BOWL

With the start of school chances are your morning routine tends to be a bit chaotic and rushed. So it's important to have a few simple breakfast options ready for busy mornings - because you don't want to skip the most important meal of the day.

CHICKEN THIGHS WITH SHALLOTS AND GRAPES

Grapes can be much more than the perfect snack. They can be integrated into a sophisticated dinner that's easy enough to pull together on a weeknight, like this recipe that combines chicken thighs, shallots, and lemons with the red grapes in a creamy red wine sauce.

FIESTA HOT WINGS

The start of football season means the start of wing season. And we are loving this easy homemade option from Blount Organic. The zest of lime pairs with perfectly with spicy chipotle peppers to please any crowd - no matter who is rooting for who.

ALLERGY FRIENDLY BENTO BOXES

These perfectly proportioned box containers originated in Japan and are perfect for school, making lunch fun and healthy—for kids and adults. You can keep the boxes simple, or add a little detail with cute animals and flowers to make a packed lunch the most colorful meal of the day!

IMMUNE BOOSTING BREAKFAST POPSICLES

Heading back to school is an exciting time for kids and their parents. But all those little minds crowded in close contact can result in a few colds, sniffles and coughs passed around - enter the creative parent who secretly adds a little immune support into a tasty recipe.

GLUTEN-FREE WAFFLE PIZZAS

Kids who grow up learning the importance of food are more likely to make healthy food choices on their own. So it's important to explain where our food comes from, and there's nothing like cooking with your children to instill these lifelong lessons.

HEALTHY FLATBREAD FOUR WAYS

Flatbreads are a convenient and fun way to eat all of the things you love most! A deliciously dressed flatbread only requires a couple of healthy staples and a little creativity to make endless variations. And what better treat for the student stuck in a dorm room?

KOREAN PULLED PORK PIZZA

The hottest days of the summer are here, and there's no better excuse to take your cooking outside to the grill. But we could all use a few new grilling recipes, which is why we love this Korean Pulled Pork Pizza from The Traveling Spoon Chef.

BRIOCHE FRENCH TOAST

Brioche Bread is a classic bread from France that has a dark, golden crust and a rich, tender crumb. It has a high egg and butter content, making it slightly puffier than regular bread and absolutely ideal for a decadent french toast. This recipe is a foolproof version from our bakery team and will have […]

QUINOA WITH BLACK BEANS AND FETA

Quinoa is slightly smaller than couscous and is high in protein, containing all nine amino acids and nearly twice as much fiber as most other grains. This salad is a great way to put quinoa to use for a crowd or as an easy lunch that lasts the entire week.

MANGO JALAPENO SALSA WITH STRAWBERRIES

This salsa is bursting with flavor from ripe mangoes and strawberries. The sweetness of the mangoes balances the heat of the jalapenos, and makes for the ultimate topping for fish tacos and more.

FENNEL SLAW

Fennel belongs to the Umbellifereae family and is rich in phytonutrients, antioxidants and Vitamin C. This fennel slaw from Katlin on our Private Label team is a nice refresh of the classic coleslaw - and perfect for topping on tacos of all kinds!

HOW TO COOK GRASS-FED MEAT

There's a lot to love about grass-fed meat, and when cooked to perfection it’s a game changer. So here’s what you need to know about cooking grass-fed meat!

TACO SALAD WITH GRASS-FED BEEF

Grass-fed beef and dairy are food just the way nature intended. Ground beef is a great place to start when making the switch to grass-fed, and this taco salad is a crowd pleaser with lots of beautiful summer produce!

STRAWBERRY ALMOND FLOUR CAKE

This recipe from King Arthur Flour is perfect for summer berries. The airy crumb is owed to almond and coconut flour, which also makes it a delicious gluten-free option that will please any sweet tooth!

PEACH GALETTE

A Galette (not to be confused with a tart) is a free-form tart made of a single crust of pastry or bread dough. Flaky, light and buttery, it is the perfect vessel for the season's best produce, like summer's trophy peaches.

AFTERNOON SMOOTHIE

This smoothie will energize your afternoon slump and help you avoid the typical cravings for carbohydrates or sugar.

MORNING SMOOTHIE

This smoothie will balance your mood and hormones, while also providing fuel for your entire day with high-quality fats and phytonutrients.

SUMMER FRUIT AND PROTEIN SMOOTHIE

Kids (and adults) need fruit and protein, every day. This easy smoothie makes a quick breakfast or afternoon snack to fuel your summer activities all day long.

HEALTHY PEANUT BUTTER AND JELLY

Everyone loves a good PB&J, but we don't always want the added sugar that comes with jelly and preserves. This simple twist on the classic PB&J makes the most of ripe summer fruit! It's the perfect snack for the beach, a summertime picnic, or backyard fun.

EASY SUMMER POPSICLES

Nothing says summer like a popsicle. It's the perfect treat to stave off the heat of the day and easy to make at home. Purchasing your own freezer mold will let you experiment with tasty combinations to avoid the unnecessary added sugar found in some conventional pops.

OUR FAVORITE TOMATO RECIPES

Some people say to-may-to, and others say to-mah-to. But no matter how you like to slice it, we are BIG fans of tomatoes. In fact, the special tomato that anchors our logo is there for a reason. So, as an ode to our namesake fruit, here is a round up of our favorite ways to let the versatility of tomatoes shine.

SUMMER CARROT AND PARSLEY SALAD

This easy salad is a great way to put your bounty of summer produce to use. Carrots and parsley are easily accessible and pack essential nutrients, like beta-carotene and vitamin C. With bright orange and deep green, it's a great way to add some vibrancy to your plate.

QUICK SUMMER POTATO SALAD

No summer picnic or barbecue is complete without potato salad. But this potluck staple has more to offer than just festive memories. Cold potatoes provide resistant starch, a solid, crystalline form of starch that acts as a prebiotic and supports digestive health.

WATERMELON SALAD WITH MINT AND FETA

This salad is the stuff that urban legends are made of. The juiciness of watermelon melts in your mouth with the creamy tang of feta cheese, while the mint brings a subtle pop followed by a light kick from black pepper.

BAKED KALE CHIPS

You've probably heard of the superfood, Kale. This vibrant, dense green is low in calories and packed with antioxidants. These Kale Chips are perfect for the days when you want to put this super green to use on-the-go.

THE BEST WAYS TO ENJOY OUR CHICKEN SALAD

Chicken salad is a classic staple in every family's heritage. We take that heritage seriously by making our chicken salad by hand in small batches.