I don’t know about you, but wintertime and the colder temperatures outside make me want to cook soup for dinner, and there is nothing like a nutritious broth, teaming with vegetables that you need to eat up in the fridge, along with a hint of international flavoring, that can make a dinner better—health wise and in taste.
The secret ingredient that makes this particular soup oh-so-yummy is peanut butter. It may sound odd at first, but I promise this recipe does not disappoint. And what it lacks in “looks,” it more than makes up for in taste and nutrition. I added a [...]
Cooking doesn’t have to be a chore this Valentine’s Day with this delicious pasta dish that is jam-packed with nutrition and flavor. It’s a perfect main course for individuals who are seeking a more plant-centric meal for their romantic evening.
The star of this recipe is the cauliflower béchamel sauce, which is typically a French white sauce made from flour and butter and milk.
Because the sauce’s main ingredient is cauliflower, it will be an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin K, dietary fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, and so much more. Not only that, the sauce in this recipe is very creamy, [...]
If you are looking for a healthy and low-fat snack food to add to your weekend football-cheering festivities, I have the recipe for you: Roasted South African Smoked Chickpeas! And truly it’s easier to make than it is to find South Africa on the map. OK, maybe just as easy.
They are similar to Corn Nuts, but without the fat. Not only that, they are packed with nutrition in the form of high amounts of fiber and protein. They are perfect as a snack or as a salad topping.
This is a great nutritarian recipe to start My Nutritarian Diary—a blog about [...]