We thought we would give you a little healthy recipe inspiration for your Memorial Day Weekend. Here are some simple and fun recipes for your outdoor entertaining. Whether you are getting together with family or friends, we have you covered.
This cooling, high-powered smoothie is essentially a virgin piña colada. Serve as is, or spike it with organic rum or vodka for the adults.
Avoid soda and coolers. Make your own healthy punch with this delicious recipe that is appropriate for ages young and old.
This is a great idea for appetizers. Simply serve up the black bean dip on a cracker or cucumber round and top with salsa. Simple and elegant.
Serve these chicken skewers as an appetizer or main dish.
This is such a simple recipe, but very elegant without much fuss.
This recipe is sure to become a staple. It is so simple to make and tastes great too.
This hearty salad is a unique way of preparing a caesar salad. Trust us, once you try a kale caesar, you won't want to go back.
A staple recipe for a backyard barbecue or pot luck.
Try these 6 powerhouse vegetables instead of the usual. Grilled asparagus, sweet potato, brussels sprouts, cauliflower, romaine, and cabbage will impress your friends and family and keep them healthy too.
It is not exactly corn season yet, but if you happen to have some organic corn on the cob stashed in the freezer, or are able to find it at your local health food market, then you must try this simple but delicious way of preparing corn on the grill.
Skip the sugar-laden, store-bought stuff and dress your barbecue items with this delicious sauce instead.
Most store-bought ketchup contains high-fructose corn syrup, among other questionable ingredients. Try this simple-to-make version and you will never go back.
A cool and healthy sweet ending to any summer meal. Fun for the kiddos and healthy too!
Modify this delicious recipe by adding seasonal fruit like rhubarb and strawberries to the apple mixture. Note: If you add rhubarb, you will need to add a bit more sweetener to the filling ingredients.
This seasonal recipe is delightful over yogurt and/or granola. Serve it in parfait glasses in layers for a beautiful presentation. Or spoon it over organic ice cream!
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