No need to deny a craving for nachos while cleansing on the Clean Program. This healthy nacho recipe is quick to make, works as a filling lunch, and has a delicious bite that’s hard to resist. The cashew cheese gives you lots of protein (and is a great alternative to dairy cheese), but if you want more, try adding shredded chicken.
We almost decided to call this recipe “Better Than Coleslaw,” since it’s a much more healthy version of the traditional side dish. Lighter ingredients like olive oil and apple cider vinegar take the place of mayonnaise. The purple cabbage is eaten raw, which preserves the myrosinase enzymes. Our autumn coleslaw recipe pairs perfectly with the pulled chicken recipe from last week. It’s also a great salad topping, and as an added bonus, the apple cider vinegar helps with digestion and acid reflux. Try this recipe during the 21-Day Clean Program. We hope you enjoy it.
Pulled chicken is the perfect way to use up leftover chicken from any recipe, especially the Slow Cooked Chicken from last week. Tender and flavorful, it’s reminiscent of pulled pork but Cleanse-friendly, so don’t think that you cannot enjoy this mead during the 21-Day Clean Cleanse. Note that the pomegranate molasses might require some extra effort to find, but most health food stores do carry it and it’s worth it.
As the weather turns colder, we welcome chicken recipes like this. Comforting and melt-in-your-mouth flavorful, it’s definitely a favorite of both Clean Chefs and everyone we make it for! It’s okay and cleanse-friendly to use white wine in cooking since the sugar and alcohol cooks off. Try this recipe while on the 21-Day Clean Program. Cheers!
Did you think homemade blueberry jam was impossible while on the Clean Program? Guess again. We have these two versions of a blueberry jam that are cleanse friendly and absolutely yummy. Even better is that they’re super fast — and no canning required!
This brown rice recipe creates delicious and filling dish that requires very little prep time. The bulk of the time involved in this recipe is hands-free, just letting the flavors mingle and the rice cook in the oven! Switch up this brown rice recipe with spices you like, and feel free to add veggies or chicken. We’ll give you more variations every so often, changing the basic recipe for the seasons. Enjoy, as this one makes the whole house smell insanely good!
This is a super simple meal with tons of green goodness! It’s easily adjusted for whatever vegetables you have on hand, you can definitely add chicken or lamb for extra protein. Or you can experiment with different nuts. In fact, next time I make this, I’m adding cashews. Yum.
Each day, try to sit quietly for a few moments. This moment of revitalization calms and balances us so we can continue throughout our busy days. If you use lavender when you relax or meditate, try using it differently by making this lavender lemonade recipe. Delicious and refreshing, this lemonade recipe is perfect for being still — lavander is a natural calming agent.
Here is a delicious and nutritious chicken stir fry meal that’s quick and a whole family-pleaser. This recipe is a Cleaner alternative to the chicken stir fry we may find when we go out to eat. The pickiest of eaters will gobble up this meal, and it works with whatever vegetables at hand. Don’t be afraid to change it up with what’s in your fridge, garden, or at the local farmers’ market. Enjoy!