Everyone loves a good sweet and sour dip, especially when there are beautiful summer rolls to accompany it. There’s no marinating or dehydrating time involved in making this party favorite, but you’ve gotta get organized and work systematically. Rice paper wrappers can be tricky to play with and may require some practice at first. They … More Raw Food Summer Rolls
If you like it HOT, you’ll love these fiery Buffalo Brussels Sprouts, enveloped in a dough-y chickpea batter, then doused in organic chipotle habanero sauce and baked to perfection. Be sure to dip it in the cashew dill sauce so your tongue doesn’t go on fire.
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
Low in sugar and grain-free, these spiced pumpkin muffins, studded with apples and raisins, make for a healthy breakfast or snack!
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 Integrative Nutrition Pumpkin seeds (sometimes called pepitas) don’t get quite as much attention as the squash itself during this pumpkin-saturated season, but they should. They’re crunchy with a mild flavor that’s both nutty and grassy. Better yet, they’re incredibly healthy, offering protein and a generous dose of magnesium – as well as a host … More Pumpkin Seed Trail Mix Bites
By Dorit Jaffe Butternut squash soup is the perfect fall or winter recipe thats always a staple in my kitchen. Eating warming foods, especially in the colder seasons, is something our body craves, which I learned at IIN.
By Val Alarcon When I was 10, my brother and I moved to the United States from our native land of Ecuador to reunite with our parents. Throughout my childhood, we held on to our traditional foods to honor our country.
By Kalen Wehagen I love being creative with recipes. I like exposing people to foods they might not normally eat in their daily diet. It’s one of my favorite things as a Health Coach!
By Aga Wojciechowska This recipe has become a staple for me, providing nutrition, simplicity and little preparation time. It’s a great start to the day and I think of it as “greenola!”
By Amanda Greenthumb I have to disagree with Mark Twain who said, “cauliflower is nothing but cabbage with a college education.” After you try these cauliflower bread sticks, you will too!
By Dania Drewing This recipe is a vegetarian (potentially vegan, depending on bread selected) twist on a classic BLT!
By Cara Miller Adding seasonal vegetables to old classic recipes is my specialty! Here I take boring potato salad and turn it into a colorful Spring Fest! The spring radishes and parsley begin our detoxification process and the potatoes keep us connected with the earth as we begin to break through winter stagnation and blossom.
By Lauren Imparato RETOX is about simple recipes that are good for you, and are surprisingly easy and quick to make. No fake goodness here – just straight up nourishment, #RETOX style!
By Ciry Deissl-Gibbs This is my favorite go-to recipe when I am looking for something simple, delicious, and nutritious!
By Rima Bazzi This traditional Lebanese lentil recipe is the ultimate warming winter dish! It’s nourishing, nutrient-rich, packed with protein and very inexpensive to make.
By Brooke Brennan This vegan chili is full of vegetables, sweet potatoes, beans and hearty flavors. It’s a great way to eat all the colors of the rainbow while enjoying the comfort of warming chili.
By Dr. Jennifer Weinberg I learned at IIN to appreciate the power of simple foods in their whole food state, and this dish beautifully highlights how delicious simply prepared real food can be!
By Bridget Shannon As a dancing, soccer-playing, religion class-attending child, I remember being chauffeured around in the back of my mom’s mini van with a fast food stop somewhere in between activities. Tuesday was personal pan pizza day at Pizza Hut. My favorite!
By Shannon Brennan-Cressey When I first enrolled at Integrative Nutrition, I thought the only healthy way to eat was low fat, low carb, and low calorie. I ate the same things over and over again and developed many food intolerances by overdoing it, yet I was never satisfied.
By Lula Brown I’ve always been a huge breakfast person. 9 times out of 10, I wake up, meditate for a few minutes, then make breakfast right away. It gets my metabolism buzzing and keeps me focused and energized all day.