juices and smoothies

soups and stews

side dishes

Main Dishes

dessert

 

NutriLicious Recovery Fa-Waffle

The same great taste & nutrition you get from a traditional pita or falafel wrap sandwich, without all the mess and fuss.  It’s a cleaner and more convenient way to have a falafel – especially when you are on the go!  Did I mention these are gluten-free?  Try a NutriLicious Recovery Fa-waffle soon! read more

Vegetable Soup

This is the soup I eat when I feel run down and under the weather. If I feel a cold coming on, this is what’s on the menu! It consists of every vegetable I try to keep in the refrigerator, so it is vitamin and mineral-rich. read more

Falooda

This is a refreshing light dessert that can be prepared ahead of time and kept in the refrigerator ready to assemble just before serving. Assembling takes a few minutes. It consists of coconut milk and “ice cream” base – coconuts are so powerfully good for us! read more

Zucchini Alfredo

Zucchini is a summer squash that contains B vitamins, vitamin A, magnesium, fo- late, potassium, copper, and phosphorus along with omega-3 fatty acids, zinc, cal- cium and protein. It also contains phytonutrients which promote healthy eyesight. read more

Almond Milk Recipe

Almonds are rich in vitamin E, calcium, magnesium, and potassium. These nutri- ents may help reduce the risk of heart disease. Out of all nuts, almonds ranks highest in protein, fiber, read more

Brussel Sprout Chaat

Brussel Sprouts are a cruciferous vegetables closely related to the cabbage family – they look like miniature cabbage! we want to include brussel sprouts in a regular diet because they have valuable properties: read more

Broccoli Tofu Curry

Broccoli is a green cruciferous vegetable originating in Italy. Green cruciferous vegetables produce ITCs (isothiocyanates) which lower our risk of various cancers and has anti-inflammatory properties that help with chronic inflammation. read more

Spinach & Mushroom filled Almond Ravioli with Pesto

Spinach consists of iron and vitamin C and is anti-inflammatory food. Mushrooms consist of vitamins B12 & D and provide immune support. Both are reputed to be anti-cancer foods. Almonds consist of LDL cholesterol lowering minerals and an alkalizing effect on the blood’s pH. read more

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