Denver - Design District - Alameda and Broadway
368 S Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
With its mild flavor and soft-textured leaves, chard blends perfectly with Parmesan cheese, crunchy-salty bacon, and Herbes de Provence in these fun and tasty egg bites. Serve along with a simple, yet bright and flavorful coconut, berry, and mango salad, and you’ll easily impress your friends or family with this easy weekend brunch!
With simple, easy-to-find ingredients, and made in one pot, this creamy, slightly sweet and sour Thai Coconut Soup with Chicken comes together fast and is sure to please at dinner this week. Not to mention, it also packs a punch of immune-supporting ingredients like ginger and coconut milk. Ginger possesses numerous phytonutrients that modulate inflammatory compounds, supporting a healthy immune system response, while coconut milk contains lauric acid—a compound that supports healthy microbial balance and strong, robust immunity.
Treat yourself and your loved ones with this smooth and creamy coconut fudge. Made with quality ingredients including extra virgin coconut oil, fresh ground almond butter, and pure organic maple syrup, it is oh so decadent, and good4u too! There is no fuss and no need for guilt when you indulge in this special treat!
Our good4u version of Cajun jambalaya replaces white rice with our organic riced cauliflower, and the dish is so hearty and deeply satisfying, with a kick of belly-warming spice, that you won’t miss a thing! A complete, delicious, and healthy meal in one pot! Not to mention, this meal includes a nutritional powerhouse—shrimp! In addition to being a great source of quality protein, shrimp also supports the immune system. This is because it contains astaxanthin, a carotenoid that gives shrimp its red and orange color and functions as a free radical scavenger and modulates inflammation.
Inspired by a traditional Irish pub dinner, this recipe employs cider and chicken stock to create wonderfully moist chicken thighs. The savoy cabbage braised with the chicken adds texture with a tender crunch while the addition of currants gives the dish a subtle sweetness. Served with balsamic-infused green beans, this dish brings a complexity of flavors on a chilly fall or winter evening.
Once a staple in Mayan and Aztec diets, chia seeds have stood the test of time and remain a popular superfood today. These tiny seeds have gelatinous properties, so when they meet liquid they gel! Due to this neat trick, you can use chia as a base for a delicious pudding loaded with good4u nutrients. Here are three flavorful versions to help shake up your breakfast routine.