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Wicked Healthy Slaw

Most slaws are laden with artery-clogging mayo and creamy dressings. Our spin on this classic means you don’t have to sacrifice any of the decadence – the avocado provides all of the healthy fat and creaminess you need, with pops of Southwestern flavor for a twist. Slaw: Savoy cabbage, 1 sm head cilantro, 1/4 bunch […]

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Butter Lettuce Salad with Cashew Dressing

Butter lettuces are delicate, sexy and perfect tossed with a light cashew sour cream dressing. Toss some delicate greens with capers, roasted red peppers, and paper thin sliced radish. Cashew sour cream dressing:  1/2 c soaked cashews 1 lemon juiced 1/4 c white wine vinegar 2 T sweetener of choice 2 cloves garlic, 1/2 t […]

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Yum Yum Bowl

Meaty mushrooms and sprouts in a light broth make for a satisfying lunch or dinner. Make ahead then reheat at home or at the office! >> For more Wicked Healthy recipes, tips, and tricks, hit us up on Facebook and Twitter! <<

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Wicked Whole Wheat Pasta Night

The nutritional benefits of whole grain pasta (higher in fiber) make it a great alternative to regular pasta. To really boost the healthy contents of your pasta dish, add as many colorful vegetables as possible into your homemade or store bought sauce, like we’ve done below. Mangia without regret! For more wicked healthy recipes, tips, […]

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Chili Sans Carne

Warms the belly and nourishes the soul – chili’s full name is chili con carne (“chili pepper with meat”) and is a traditional Spanish stew. This version is chili sans carne (“chili without animals”) for a lighter healthier version of the classic. This recipe is made in a crock pot – the housewife of the […]

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Curried Dahl

Spicy, sweet, and sexy: dahl. Dahl (also spelled dal, dahl, or daal) is a thick and satisfying stew prepared with lentils and is an important part of Indian, Nepali, Pakistani, Sri Lankan, and Bangladeshi cuisine. It is regularly eaten with rice and vegetables in Southern India, and with both rice and roti (wheat-based flat bread) […]

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