Often times, people have a hard time imagining what it looks like to eat Clean most of the time. So we’ve put together a Day of Clean Recipes, so you can get a sense of just how delicious it is to eat clean.
I’m the first to admit that cooking and preparing three clean meals a day can be very challenging, if not sometimes impossible (especially if you have kids!). But remember, whole foods are the primary “tools” in our daily life, and the more clean recipes you know, the more likely you’ll be to use these tools.
So take a look at the following recipes, and if one of them grabs your interest, try making it this week.
If you like it, you’ll have added one more powerful “medicine” to you life.
These paleo squares can be cereal (like cinnamon toast crunch but chocolatey!) or graham-cracker-type cookies, it all depends on how you want to cut them. Add some coconut or almond milk and you have an amazing Clean-Program-friendly cereal that can double as a snack.
This bisque is perfect for August days when you don’t feel like standing over a hot stove. The avocado and coconut provide plenty of healthy saturated fat. It helps you lose weight, balance hormones and just feel happy. Nourishing, satisfying and cooling with curry spices to aid digestion, this is the best meal for those hot summer nights.
Yes, fried food can be healthy. Definitely if it’s these zucchini pancakes, cooked in healthy saturated fat (the best source of fuel for our bodies) that stays stable at high temperatures. The sauce is optional but highly recommended. Watch this one become an instant snack favorite for all ages.
A simple, yet insanely delicious recipe from Chef Frank! Chicken pairs perfectly with this dairy-free pesto made from spring greens, that you’ll want to make extra and keep on hand for general noshing.
The perfect summer treat. Raw cacao and coconut manna for sustained fuel during the longer days and cooling peppermint for when temperatures heat up. Keep these in the freezer or fridge for a burst of low glycemic energy anytime.