- Creamy Carrot Cashew Sauce with Roasted Broccoli over Baked Potato
- Creamy Carrot Cashew Sauce with Roasted Broccoli over Pasta
- Potato Gratin with Creamy Carrot Cashew Sauce & Roasted Broccoli served with your favorite freezable Clean Eating main
- Un-Caesar Salad Wrap with Eggplant Bacon
- Artichoke Chowder with Whole-Grain Crusty Bread
- Roasted Spicy Edamame
- Gluten-Free Seed Crackers with your favorite hummus, spread or cheese
- Creamy Carrot Cashew Sauce & Roasted Broccoli fondue served with your favorite veggies, crackers, pickles or whole-grain crusty bread for dipping
- Sorghum Pancakes – will keep in the freezer for up to 3 months
- Un-Caesar Salad Wrap with Eggplant Bacon – prewrapped will keep until Wednesday and unwrapped will keep until Friday
- Artichoke Chowder – will keep in the fridge until Friday or in the freezer for up to 3 months
- Creamy Carrot Cashew Sauce with Roasted Broccoli – will keep in the fridge until Friday or in the freezer for up to 3 months
- Roasted Spicy Edamame – will keep for up to 3 weeks
- Gluten-Free Seed Crackers – will keep for up to 3 weeks
Store pancakes in even numbers (two, four or six work best) in resealable freezer bags for a speedy breakfast. Come Monday morning, simply pop them into the toaster right out of the freezer. Bonus: These pancakes are gluten-free!
Skip the preservatives and sugar often added to traditional Caesar dressings - here we make a high-fiber, real-food Caesar-style dressing and use it in these satisfying wraps for grab-and-go lunches or lazy dinners.
Fall is the season for one-pot wonders. Try our freezer-friendly Artichoke Chowder, great for a soul-satisfying lunch or dinner paired with whole-grain crusty bread or crackers.
When afternoon cravings hit, reach for these protein-packed nutrient heavyweights.
The Ultimate Seed Crackers
Make a big batch of these easy, homemade crackers for a tasty on-the-go snack that pairs well with hummus, spreads and regular or nut cheese.
This creamy carrot cashew sauce with roasted broccoli is a healthy substitute that will fill those cheesy potato cravings. Serve it like you would any traditional cheese sauce over a baked potato or as a sauce for potato gratin or whole-grain pasta, or try serving it fondue-style accompanied by your favorite veggies, crackers, pickles or whole-grain crusty bread for dipping.