We blended together two of fall's favorite ingredients for a perfect dinner party soup. Sweet, earthy beets brighten up a traditional butternut soup while working as a tonic for the liver and a purifier for the blood. Use this recipe for the perfect dinner soup during the program or as a way to impress company with a clean meal.
Get rooted and comforted with this playful snack that is perfect for the whole family. Little hands will love to grab and dip. We used a combination of carrot, rutabaga and celery root. Because of the knobby outer texture celery root or celeriac often goes unnoticed but its celery and parsley flavor combo is wonderfully refreshing. If on the Cleanse substitute a clean dip or hummus for aioli.
It might be the end of summer, but the heat is still sticking around for many of us. Stay cool and refreshed by making this cold watermelon gazpacho. Watermelon will quench your thirst and provide a wide array of vitamins and minerals, including the highest amount of lycopene found in any other fruit or vegetable. This soup would travel well in a chilled thermos and is to be enjoyed post-cleanse.
This week we bring you a smart and simple dish. This wild salmon and blueberry vinaigrette combo is brain food, packed with essential omega 3s and antioxidants. With easy to find and staple ingredients you will be able to make it in a snap. Pair it with our Sesame Noodles and Collard Wraps for a Summer feast.
Buckwheat noodles are a Clean Program favorite. Buckwheat is both gluten-free and grain-free but doesn't lack in flavor. The noodles are packed with protein and healthy fats. Bring this dish along for a pool-side or picnic snack to provide clean, lasting energy.
A shake-a-day habit is one of the easiest ways to stay clean for life. This week's shake will help you continue that habit as we head into summer. It is a super-hydrating treat loaded with potassium from both the coconut water and apricots. Feel free to mix it up by using other fresh, local stone fruit.
Even though eating lots of Chinese takeout may not be the best health practice, that doesn't mean you need to give up fresh Asian flavors. This simple side will add an antioxidant and fiber-rich punch to your table. Serve it alongside a simple roasted fish or chicken stir-fry.