This lightened up turkey chili is a super easy recipe that’s bound to be a hit at your next summer cookout. Turkey Chili can be served many different ways, but a favorite is over zucchini noodles, brown rice or quinoa. For a party, load it on nachos with cheese or serve over a tortilla with … More Turkey Chili
Need a quick refreshing on-the-go snack? Try this immune boosting chia pudding! This citrus treat combines a blend of hormone-balancing mushroom powder, vitamin-packed blood oranges, and a natural prebiotic fiber-filled sweetener. By: Kerri Axelrod, HCTP Class of September 2012
Flourless pancake batter that doesn’t require measuring spoons and 6 different jars of flours and starches? Oh, and that also has some substance and protein to it? Yes, please. By: Sarah Adler, HCTP Class of 2009
These rich truffles are the perfect guilt-free treat for any day! The gooey inside and smooth chocolatey coating make for a combo you can’t miss. Keep them stored in the freezer and pop one out when you get the craving. The ingredients are super simple and there’s no baking necessary! By: Sari Tile Diskin, HCTP … More Mocha Coconut Truffles
Store-bought acai bowls are usually loaded with more fruit, added sugar and piles of granola than any single person needs to consume in one sitting (unless you’re about to run a marathon). This well balanced variation features the same glorious texture of those crave-worthy acai bowls and just the right amount of fruit to add … More Strawberry Acai Dream Bowl
For a lighter, healthier alternative to a classic deep-fried crab cake, these fish ball’s skip the frying and instead are oven-baked with just a few ingredients! With nutrient-packed white fish and olive oil, these balls are perfect over a bed of zucchini noodles and tossed with the lemon sauce. This recipe is super easy to … More Oven-Baked Fish Balls
One easy way to take your dinners up a notch is to branch outside of your norm. This stir-fry, loaded down with lamb, warming spices, spring vegetables, and fresh herbs, makes such a delicious combination. Eat on its own or place the stir fry over riced cauliflower for a nutrient-dense meal. Source: Ultimate Paleo Guide
Breakfast is like brain food, so this bowl was built focused around the most nutrient-dense and vibrant seasonal ingredients available. Breakfast should leave us feeling full and energized and sated till lunch, without feeling stuffed, bloated, or foggy. This recipe is loaded with plenty of seasonal and exotic superfoods that creates an easy and delicious meal … More Morning Balanced Bowl: Creamy Vanilla Almond Chia Pudding
Craving sushi? Make your own DIY Poke Bowl! It’s a way cheaper and easier way to curb your cravings at home.
If you’re a die-hard bagel lover, but suffer from that heavy feeling that comes with eating them, this is the bread for you! This recipe completely nixes gluten and instead uses a mix of almond flour, coconut flour and a flax chia seed blend to give it that bagel-like fluff. There are endless toppings for … More Everything Bagel Bread
Consider this healthy pizza your new weekend go-to. It’s delicious, fun to make (perfect for a date-night in or pizza party) and will leave you with plenty of energy and vibrancy to fully enjoy the rest of your evening. By: Lauren Chambers, HCTP Class of March 2015 Serves: 4 Ingredients Crust Ingredients: 2 cups … More Vegetarian Pesto Pizza
If you always have a serious sweet tooth that needs satisfying, this Paleo no bake fudge is the perfect emergency dessert to have on hand at all times! It’s totally versatile and you can use any nut-butter you have in your pantry. By: Leslie McDonald, HCTP Class of March 2016 INREDIENTS 1/2 cup nut-butter (almond, … More Paleo No Bake Chocolate Almond Fudge
This antioxidant rich, immune boosting baby is loaded with heart healthy, brain powering, and gut nourishing ingredients. Talk about a superfood salad fit for a queen! Comprised of seasonal fruits and veggies, healthy fats, protein, and a light maple vinaigrette, this colorful meal-sized salad is not only beautiful on the table, but a wellness package in disguise.
Low in sugar and grain-free, these spiced pumpkin muffins, studded with apples and raisins, make for a healthy breakfast or snack!
This dish extremely easy to make, and so full of flavor! Cauliflower rice is great for those looking for a low-carb option that will be just as satisfying. Cauliflower is so easy to make flavorful because it has a naturally light taste.
Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day or simply to warm up during these late season snow storms, this slightly updated version of shepherd’s pie is sure to please. Creamy mashed sweet potatoes sit on top of a rich filling packed with grass-fed beef and vegetables.
Zucchini is the perfect way to sneak nutrients into a recipe for muffins, bread, cupcakes or pancakes, that may otherwise be lacking essential vitamins and minerals. Zucchini’s high water content keeps these muffins moist yet crunchy. Don’t shy away from adding this veggie to your sweet muffins because of a fear of flavor change, the … More Grain-Free Orange Zucchini Muffins
This vegan pesto packs in flavor and nutrition with just a few simple ingredients. The combination of chia seeds and hemp hearts offer a healthy dose of plant-based protein and good-for-you fats that are sure to satisfy you. With the addition of nutritional yeast, a pantry staple for vegans, you’re getting extra vitamins like B12 … More Chia and Hemp Seed Pesto
Notice something “new and good” with this recent post? We’re excited to be re-launching the IIN Recipe Blog to bring you even more inspiration directly from our own successful IIN community. Each week you’ll discover two new recipes full of delicious, nutrition, and satisfying ingredients. When you try these recipes, don’t forget to Instagram and … More Healthified Almond Butter Brownies
By Amanda Buse This fall I’m remembering my grandma who passed away a year ago by sharing my versions of some of her delicious recipes.
By Brooke Brennan This recipe combines my love for this upcoming season, superfoods and smoothies!
By Anne Marie Garland I teach an online program called Ditch Your Nutritionist for women to design their own perfectly personalized diet for their goals and the needs of their bodies.
By Rebecca Thiessen Since becoming dairy-free, I have found that one of the most difficult things to substitute has been yogurt – nothing seems to be the right taste, texture and consistency. So, I created an even better alternative and I am so excited to share it with you!
By Michelle Savage Through my battle with weight and health issues, it took some time to learn how to satisfy my sweet tooth with nutritious food. Through kitchen blunders and triumphs, the Coconut Key Lime Pie Cup was created.
By Stephanie McPherson I have been making this recipe for several years now and people tell me all the time that it’s one of the best dishes they’ve ever eaten! Through Integrative Nutrition, I learned how nutrition is a bio-individual approach both in mind and body!