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Lunch & Diner

Lunch & Diner

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Our delicious, Healthy  Homemade meals are designed by our Nutritionist to bring you the best of nutriments and fill you with energy. We only select the best Organic products, spices and herbs so they taste amazing!

 

Red Pepper and Lentil Bake

A large serving of this simple lentil red pepper bake offers protein, fiber, and vitamin C for under 250 calories. 

Vegan, Veggie-Packed Curry

This hearty vegan curry recipe should be a healthy staple in your supper rotation. I can also vouch that it's delicious the next day, whether served hot or cold.

Tumeric-Spiced Mushroom Pilaf

Tasty tumeric-spiced mushroom pilaf is a debloating recipe that's delicious for dinner and easy to pack up for lunch the next day.

Red, White, Bean, and Basil Frittata

This gorgeous red, white, bean, and basil frittata is great morning, noon, or night

Ginger-Lime Shrimp Quinoa

A fresh and simple recipe for ginger-lime shrimp quinoa offers a ton of bright colors and will be delicious whether served hot or cooled.

Slow-Cooker Vegetable Curry

This classic curry features carrots, potatoes, chickpeas, and green beans. Make sure to use vegetable broth instead of chicken broth to make it vegetarian-friendly.

Avo Egg Gluten Free Pizza

Nutrition score per serving: 252 calories, 15g fat, 18g carbs, 6g protein, 2g fiber

Beet Burger

Served with a Gluten free bun!

Nutrition score: 300 calories, 20g fat, 26g carbs, 9g protein, 4g fiber

Kale Gratin

In a perfect world, the words "healthy" and "gratin" could coexist in one recipe. Lucky for you, it's here! This Provençal kale and cabbage gratin is composed of a whole lot of greens with a slice of low fat Gruyère cheese. Serve it as your main entree, and skip the side salad.

Fresh Green Bean Casserole

In this fresh and tasty healthy green bean casserole, panko and parmesan cheese offer a healthier revamp of french-fried onions, and the addition of mushrooms ups the veg factor. The lightened-up version is even better than the original.

Roasted Veggie Farro

Simple, fiber-filled roasted veggie farro is a healthy side dish that offers loads of fibres.

Balsamic Brussels Sprouts

In the past, you may have cooked up your sprouts with bacon or pancetta, but this recipe for balsamic brussels sprouts with walnuts offers a similar depth of flavor while providing a boost of healthy fat not found in those meaty options.

Sweet Potato-Pecan Casserole

Say goodbye the sugar-laden marshmallows, and welcome a pecan crumble to top off sweet potato casserole. Weighing in under 210 calories, it's a casserole you can enjoy guilt-free.

Butternut Squash Quinotto

Quinoa with roasted butternut squash plus mushrooms makes it a hearty and healthy side dish for your table. A big plate of this creative quinotto would also be a great main dish for the vegetarians in your life.

Provencal Kale and Cabbage Gratin

A beautiful piece of provencal kale and cabbage gratin helps you get the health benefits of cruciferous vegetables in a very elegant side dish.

Celery Root and Parsnip Puree

If you're looking to save more than 100 calories on your plate, swapping out the creamy side with something comparably delicious is in order. A lightened-up celery root and parsnip puree is an excellent lower-calorie and lower-fat substitute to mashed potatoes, with the addition of extra fiber and protein.

Kale and Chard Mix

Thanksgiving is a perfect time to get your green on with this nutrient-rich jewel-toned Winter greens salad. Kale and chard provide the hearty base, while pomegranate arils add some crunch and sweetness.

Maple-Roasted Sweet Potatoes and Yams

Delicious maple-roasted sweet potatoes and yams highlight the sweetness of the veggies, minus all the calories, fat, and sugar found in the classic. Using Yukon golds really makes all the difference here.

Cilantro Cauliflower Smash

This cilantro smash from Karma Chow is rich in flavor and low in calories. The creaminess of the smash comes from the addition of white beans, which also increase the protein content of the dish.

No-Cream "Creamed" Swiss Chard

Butter- and cream-free swiss chard tastes decadent and comforting. It's a perfect complement to all the rich and heavy food that will be at the scene.

Lower-Carb Mashed Potatoes

It's butter, cream, and more butter that traditionally give mashed potatoes their richness, but these ingredients are hardly necessary, as proven by these low-carb mashed potatoes that add Greek yogurt and cauliflower to the mix.

Maple Miso Brussels Sprouts

For those who want to serve up a less traditional version of sprouts, this maple miso brussels sprouts recipe pairs the bitterness of brussels sprouts with the sweetness of maple syrup and the saltiness of tamari, making for complex flavors. It's bound to convert more than a few to brussels sprout fandom. And it's vegan!

Creamy Cauliflower Mash

Lighten up your standard, starchy mashed potato side with this Paleo-friendly twist on tradition: creamy mashed cauliflower. This decadent-tasting dish has that texture you're craving, reminiscent of the classic, while the baked-potato toppings like scallions and diced bacon make the dish even more delicious.

Frittata

If the thought of frittata doesn't make you salivate on command, then the addition of kale might. This sweet potato, kale, and red onion frittata can be a treat at the start or end of your day. With superfoods like sweet potato and egg whites, this meal is satisfying at any meal.

Indian Spice Sauté

For a dish full of flavor, use both mustard and cumin seeds to give this sautéed kale Indian flavor. The carrot adds a pop of color and ups the vitamin A quotient of the dish — kale is pretty darn high in vitamins on its own.

Cedar Plank Salmon served with Vegetables

Missing summer? Channel grill season’s best with this salmon that’s made on a cedar plank in a slow cooker. 

Indian Chole

Perfect for busy days, Mixed of peppers, chickpeas, tomatoes, ginger, garlic, and plenty of spices together. 

Cauliflower Rice Stir-Fry in coconut oil

Bright, colorful, and satisfying cauliflower rice stir-fry is a Paleo-friendly supper that holds up in a tupperware the next day. Feel free to nuke it at work or enjoy it cold like a salad.

 

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