These healthy holiday recipes will give nourishment and inspiration as you gather with family and friends to celebrate the best reasons for the season.
Whole grain crepes are a versatile canvas for breakfast, dinner, or dessert. Need ideas? Try these topped with bananas, bacon, or chocolate.
Store-bought condiments are fraught with additives and preservatives, but our whole food versions of 5 popular barbecue condiments will bring a touch of nourishing, homemade goodness to your next barbecue. (And they actually taste like their store-bought counterparts!)
Making your own chicken nuggets is a frugal way to have delicious, nutritious finger food on hand for when you need a quick meal. Pair them with our thick, smooth, deeply flavorful barbecue sauce and you’re sure to have a winning combo.
This light, smooth, probiotic drink is both nourishing and refreshing. Even if you think you don’t like kombucha, this version will change your mind!
These pretzel bites are easy to make and they’re sure to be a hit whether you serve them as a regular after-school snack or at a party.
Rye is one of the original grains used with sourdough, so making a sourdough rye loaf is like coming home. It’s delicious too!
Ah, the Reuben. Corned beef, sauerkraut, and cheese grilled on sourdough rye bread. Every ingredient is cultured or fermented and teeming with good-for-you bacteria. No wonder this sandwich feels good for the soul as well as the body.
Traditional homemade corned beef doesn’t take long to make, but it’s delicious and packed with lactic acid bacteria, those helpful little bacteria that aid digestion and nutrient absorption. Reuben sandwich, anyone?
This luscious cake made from layers of dark chocolate cake, sour cherries, and cherry-flavored whipped cream uses sourdough, nourishing fats, and alternative sweeteners for an over-the-top dessert.
Kombucha is a crisp, refreshing, probiotic beverage that shines in this light and floral vinaigrette recipe. Pair it with greens or root vegetables for a nourishing addition to your meal.
Making yogurt is an easy process, especially when you find the method that works best for you. Check out our yogurt-making tutorial to learn what might work best for your family.