I am a fan of easy and healthy recipes. Here are some of my favorites.

 

   
  
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    Wilted Kale and Miracle noodle     1 packet of miracle noodles  1-½ cups of organic Tuscan kale (or any version you like)  Coconut oil spray  1 clove or garlic finely chopped  1/4-cup parsley finely chopped  Sea salt to touch     - Wash and dry noodles as directed on the package (leave aside)  - Sauté garlic.  - Add kale, cook enough to allow it to wilt.  - Add noodles  - Add parsley  - Add salt to taste.     Top with a serving of simply grilled organic chicken or a piece of your favorite protein and enjoy!   

Wilted Kale and Miracle noodle

 

1 packet of miracle noodles

1-½ cups of organic Tuscan kale (or any version you like)

Coconut oil spray

1 clove or garlic finely chopped

1/4-cup parsley finely chopped

Sea salt to touch

 

- Wash and dry noodles as directed on the package (leave aside)

- Sauté garlic.

- Add kale, cook enough to allow it to wilt.

- Add noodles

- Add parsley

- Add salt to taste.

 

Top with a serving of simply grilled organic chicken or a piece of your favorite protein and enjoy!

 

   
  
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    Tomato basil salad:  -2 Pints of cherry tomatoes  -5 sprigs of fresh juicey basil  - ¼ red onion  -salt to taste  - ¼ cup organic olive oil     - Cut tomatoes into 4ths  - Chop up basil  - Chop onions finely  - Add olive oil and salt (to taste)  Place in serving bowl and enjoy.

Tomato basil salad:

-2 Pints of cherry tomatoes

-5 sprigs of fresh juicey basil

- ¼ red onion

-salt to taste

- ¼ cup organic olive oil

 

- Cut tomatoes into 4ths

- Chop up basil

- Chop onions finely

- Add olive oil and salt (to taste)

Place in serving bowl and enjoy.