Tag Archives: Dark leafy greens

Turkey-stuffed Sweet Potatoes

Healthy and filling! These boats are sweet and hearty from the sweet potatoes and flavourfully rich from the ground turkey. A spin on the classic fully-loaded potatoes - ours has been lightened up and nutritionally upgraded by using sweet potatoes instead of the classic white ones (which adds Vitamin A), omitting any dairy, topping instead with healthy fats from avocado, sneaking in vitamin-rich leafy greens and using...

Roasted Garlic Kale Hummus

Hummus... a classic Middle Eastern chickpea spread or dip. Nutritious and flavourful. Here we're adding fresh kale and roasting the garlic - a delicious and easy way to boost nutrients to an already healthy dish!  Our hummus is bright with a zesty lemony flavour that is complemented by the smooth undertone of roasted garlic. The added raw kale boosts nutrients by adding a healthy dose of antioxidants, vitamins A, C and K...

New Year’s Lentil Salad

Our mother always says that eating lentils on New Year's Day brings abundance for the whole year! It's also a really great way to start the new year right. Full of gut-friendly fibre, iron, protein and healthy minerals, eating lentils is definitely a way to kick off a year of good intentions! Our lentil salad combines lentils, quinoa and kale, topped with pomegranate seeds...

Chicken, Barley & Vegetable Soup

We're lightening up the classic barley soup and boosting its nutritional profile! Traditionally made with beef, we decided to use chicken instead and load it up with lots of veggies. Barley is a fibre-rich ancient grain with many health benefits. It has a chewy texture, nutty taste and together with the chicken and vegetables, creates a soup jam-packed with nutrients. Nourishing, hearty and warming with a touch of creaminess from the...

Quinoa & Turkey Stuffed Peppers

Stuffed peppers are such a fun way to get the whole family to eat more nutrients at dinner time. The version we normally ate growing up were stuffed predominately with white rice and whatever ground meat was on hand, and then topped with cheese. Here we've lightened up the traditional version and jam-packed it with more nutrients and quality protein. Using quinoa instead of white rice adds more...