It’s hard to resist a warm bowl of broccoli cheddar soup. While there’s a lot to love about the creamy texture and savory flavor of broccoli cheddar soup, that’s where the positives end. Though some of us can eat dairy without a problem, cheese and milk may cause stomach upset in those with lactose intolerance. Luckily, we can still satisfy our cravings for a creamy, savory broccoli soup without the cheddar.Continue reading “Roasted greens and moringa soup”
Boxed macaroni and cheese is a childhood staple in many homes. While the taste might bring back fond memories, there’s little to love about powdered cheese and processed noodles. We’ve created a recipe with the same cheesy flavor, using gluten-free, dairy-free, butternut squash mac and cheese.Continue reading “Butternut squash mac and cheese”
Hummus has become a staple on nearly every happy hour menu in America. It presents us with a protein-packed alternative to dips and condiments that could aggravate food sensitivities and allergies. This pumpkin hummus is a fantastic snack and spread both on and off the 21-Day Program.
Summer rolls are the perfect alternative to your usual lunchtime salad. They’re filled with colorful, crisp vegetables and served with a rich, creamy sauce. Plus, you’ll get a full assortment of nutrients by loading up on the full rainbow of produce we’ve added to these rolls! Use this recipe freely, rotating seasonal vegetables into the rolls for a vegan-friendly lunch or snack staple year-round.Continue reading “You can make these easy vegan summer rolls anytime”
Perfect jammy figs are one of those fruits that we wait all year long for (which we are totally happy eating all on their own). Balanced with tangy vinegar and nutty olive oil, they make the perfect addition to this sweet and creamy spinach and fig salad. This can be a great side salad, or an awesome lunch on or off the cleanse.Continue reading “This simple fig salad is outrageously delicious”
When you’re really hungry, ordering a salad can be risky. While fresh and nutritious, many salads lack the fiber, protein, and fat that will keep you satisfied until your next meal. The challenge of building a hearty and filling salad can be especially tricky if you eat a plant-based diet. Enter: this lentil beet salad.Continue reading “The bright lentil beet salad you’ll make on repeat”
We have a deep love of Asian food. Such flavors as ginger, sesame oil, and rice vinegar really please the palate. Served with crunchy cashews over a bed of brown rice, our General Tso’s Cauliflower is a delicious, nutrient-dense take on the traditional dish that is suitable for scratching your take-out itch while on the Clean Program cleanse.
Typically creamy pasta is laden with dairy and often leaves us feeling heavy, bloated, and sluggish. This dish gives you the creaminess your taste buds desire while using zero dairy and the flavors of summer to keep things fresh. The combination of garlic, cashews, and lemon give the sauce a rich texture and flavor, while the summer vegetables and herbs add the lightness you’re craving in hotter months. This will be a recipe you use year-round to please any crowd. Try it when having cravings on the Cleanse!
Red cabbage is great for gut health; you can even buy or make your own fermented cabbage for additional digestive support. The insoluble fiber found in red cabbage promotes regularity and relieves symptoms of some gastrointestinal conditions. This red cabbage salad is perfect for a quick summer meal or add some protein for something heartier.
The summertime usually means lots of beer, fried foods, cheesy dips, and hot wings doused in ranch dressing. Since we love celebrating with friends and delicious food, we love coming up with wholesome versions of the classics. We’ve created a healthier chicken wings recipe by baking the wings instead of deep-frying and using unprocessed fats and seasonings to add flavor. If you are currently cleansing, you can feel free to use our Buffalo Cauliflower recipe instead!