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Add to blender in this order: skim milk pomegranate juice apple juice concentrate frozen berries yogurt cinnamon walnuts Blend until there are no more lumps…
Combine chopped or grated cabbage with noodles, sunflower seeds, almonds and onions. Combine dressing ingredients, pour over cabbage, and toss.
Apple Dapple Salad
Combine the yogurt, salt, cinnamon and walnuts. Mix together well and add the diced apple. Chill and enjoy.
Tri-Color Salad with Parmesan and Pine Nuts
Three types of lettuce lend this salad an unexpected depth of flavor enriched by the mustardy vinaigrette.
Combine everything together and serve. Lasts for days in refrigerator. Good with chips or crackers, or just by itself. Recipe by Sue Woodard
Mix crumbs and butter, reserving 4 tablespoons for garnish. Press on bottom of 81/2×11 inch cake pan. Chill. Whip cream cheese and sugar until fluffy;…
Add all ingredients to a large bowl. Stir to combine. You can eat right away, but this is better after being in the fridge for…
Healthy Greek Vegetable and Cracker Dip
Mix thoroughly and let stand overnight – serve chilled with vegetables and crackers.
Easiest Health Smoothie
Put all ingredients in blender cup and blend! What could be healthier and eaiser? Cures my ice cream cravings.
Healthy Protein Ice Cream
Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth. Enjoy! Feel free to add different ingredients such as chocolate pudding instead of vanilla, frozen…
Cauliflower lettuce salad
Mix dressings, cheese and stevia in a large bowl. Add remaining ingredients; mix lightly
Berry Shortcake Parfait
Wash berries and soak in water and sugar overnight. In large glasses, layer pieces of shortcake, berry mix and whipped topping until at top of…
Wash, peel, remove stems, ends from tomatoes, onion, cucumber and pepper. Quarter each tomato and then cut across width in small chunks. Cut and dice…