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A High Fiber, No Bake Summer Meal This recipe was inspired by Recipe Redux’s July Challenge: a no bake healthy meal. I got to thinking about how much I love avocados and how much I don’t love hummus. But a twist on hummus with avocado…that sounded like a good idea to me…(Read More)

I Reached to My Roots for This One! When Recipe ReDux shared the United States Potato Board Healthy Summer Potato Salad Challenge with us this month, I knew I would reach to my Italian roots. My grandmother always made “Italian Potato Salad,” and now my Dad does, too. We Italians like our pancetta in potato…(Read More)

How to Make Healthy, Delicious Mediterranean Quinoa Dairy-free, Egg-free, Gluten-free, Soy-free Mediterranean Quinoa   Print Prep time 20 mins Cook time 16 mins Total time 36 mins   Author: Angela Marinelli, M.S., M.Ed. – Nourishment Connection Serves: Serves 8 Ingredients Ingredients for Cooking the Quinoa 1 cup quinoa (rinsed and…(Read More)

A Favorite Go-To Healthy Side Dish This simple rice salad is quick to prepare with a big pay-off in taste. Eat as a high-fiber side dish, or add lentils or beans to make complete protein and eat as the main component for a tasty, healthy meal. YUM! High-fiber, complex carb salads…(Read More)

Roasted Sweet Potato Fries   Print Easy. Yummy. Healthy. Eat with chicken meatloaf, healthy burgers – sweet potatoes are a great side dish for any meal. Author: Angela Marinelli, M.S., M.Ed. – Nourishment Connection Recipe type: Sides Ingredients 4 sweet potatoes 1 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil ½ tsp. sea salt ¼ tsp. black pepper…(Read More)

Roasted Broccoli: A Go-to Healthy, Yummy Side Dish This recipe is fast and easy. The broccoli can cook with other foods, i.e. many cuts of healthy fish will cook for 12 – 15 minutes or LESS at 425 degrees, making this a great, easy, healthy, flavorful side dish. You can make it super fast…(Read More)

Quick Cabbage Recipe


Quick Cabbage   Print I love Chinese cabbage because it’s so tender, making it cook quickly and easy to eat. Because it’s a power food, it’s incredibly good for you, especially with garlic and olive oil. I find that even people who don’t love cabbage, like Chinese cabbage, especially cooked like…(Read More)