No-bake Peanut Butter and Oatmeal Energy Balls

    Skill Level: Kid Friendly Prep Time: 15 min Makes : 12 We love peanut butter because it’s filling and energy-dense.  It’s a great source of plant-based protein, unsaturated fat and complex carbohydrate fiber.  These are the optimal kinds of protein, fat and fiber.  These no-bake peanut butter and oatmeal energy balls are the […]

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“Anyone Can Cook” (healthily!)

Ratatouille. It’s a dish many of us have heard of (thank you Disney), but the vast majority of us have neither tasted nor prepared. But why not? This French stew-like dish is packed full of awesome veggies and fresh herbs that taste and smell delicious. Consisting mostly of vegetables–namely eggplant, tomatoes, yellow squashes and zucchinis–this […]

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Vibeke’s Simple Arugula Salad (that her kids love)

This recipe comes from Vibeke Weiland, the chair of our board and also a certified Nutritional Therapy Practitioner practicing at Santa Barbara Wellness for Life in Santa Barbara. This is a simple recipe that she and her kids love! With it’s simple ingredients and little-assembly-required technique, it’s the perfect way to add kid-friendly cruciferous veggies to […]

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Cruciferous Veggies and a Holiday Snack

Many traditional holiday snacks can be unhealthy, expensive, and difficult. Sugar cookies? Popcorn? Those carbs will leave you hungry. Fortunately, we’re here to help! Kale has an enormous number of health benefits, and it can also be turned into a healthy snack you’ll love to share with family during the holidays. Also, at approx. $2.99 […]

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Irina’s Sweet & Sticky Brussels Sprouts

Back to Crucifers! We just can’t get enough of them. They’re so important for a healthy diet, AND extremely tasty and versatile. Check back for a new recipe each week! Irina’s Sweet & Sticky Brussels Sprouts Ingredients: • 2 pounds cleaned Brussels sprouts, cut in half • Olive oil or avocado oil • salt to […]

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