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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.
French onion soup is the best kind of nutritious and delicious comfort food. The hearty broth contains caramelized onions and is topped with a “crouton” with broiled cheese on top. This version of the classic soup is silky in texture, gorgeously cheesy, and scrumptiously satisfying. It makes a great starter, or add a salad to make it a full meal.
I made this recipe entirely from produce and products I found at Natural Grocers! In case you didn’t know, right now watermelon, carrots, celery, cucumber, garlic, radishes and fresh herbs are all in season! That means its time to load up on any and all produce to make huge fruit and veggie salads! Then all you need is a little dressing to go on top. This time around, I created a Thai-style dressing to go on top, since I’ve been craving Asian flavors lately!
– Juli Bauer, PaleOMG
Looking for a party dish that always delivers, especially when your guests are ravished with hunger? Look no further than these nachos, loaded with flavor and plant-based nutritional goodness! Make the vegan cheese sauce and BBQ jackfruit in advance and this dish can be ready in 15 minutes or less—you can even prepare it during a commercial break!