Energy balls are perfect for a quick, healthy bite of protein & nutrients. Read all about the health benefits & check out our favorite energy balls recipes.
Kid friendly foods rich in nutrition & flavor
No bake lactation cookies take just a minutes to make. These tasty cookies don’t require cooking, & are an easy way to increase breast milk supply.
Baba ganoush is a roasted eggplant dip full or flavor and nutrition. It’s easy to make and a great way to get veggies in your family without them even noticing. It’s also a great keto dip for your veggie trays!
No more stressing about last minute dinners. This shrimp and asparagus stir fry is on the table in under 30 minutes! Not only does it come together in a flash, but the stunning contrasting colors are truly eye candy on your plate.
This leftover ham and bean soup recipe uses up extra ham in the fridge or freezer, and makes a quick and easy soup dinner everyone will love!
Take breakfast to the next level with this pretty, dairy free, smoothie bowl recipe. Frozen bananas, pineapple, mango, and pitaya powder are blended with unsweetened almond milk in a pink smoothie bowl that has no artificial flavors, colors, or sweeteners.
If you haven’t tried baking salmon in a foil pack, you’ve been missing out on one of the easiest ways to get flavorful baked salmon that’s NEVER dry! This recipe bakes salmon, asparagus and lemon together for a complete meal in a packet.
This naturally green eggs and ham recipe is a hit with kids and perfect for a Dr. Suess fan, or as a simple St. Patrick’s Day breakfast. And it’s totally dye-free!