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Buffalo Cauliflower Bites

Buffalo Cauliflower Bites

By The Life Time Foundation Team
These bites are a great option for an after-school snack or game-time appetizer.
a bowl of roasted red pepper hummus

Roasted Red Pepper Hummus

By The Life Time Foundation Team
Enjoy with whole-grain pita or your favorite sliced veggies.
a bowl of guacamole


By The Life Time Foundation Team
Guacamole is the perfect dip, spread, or topping to use up your avocados whether they’re perfectly ripe or a little mushy.
watermelon and kiwi popsicles

Watermelon Kiwi Pops

By The Life Time Foundation Team
Make your own pops to avoid the high-fructose corn syrup, artificial colors and flavors, and processed and artificial sweeteners often found in store-bought varieties.
Black Bean Avocado Salsa

Black Bean Avocado Salsa

By The Life Time Foundation Team
Use to add flavor to your meals or enjoy as a healthy snack.
a bowl of summer cucumber salad

Summer Cucumber Salad

By The Life Time Foundation Team
Light, fresh, and perfect for hot summer days.
peaches filled with cobbler

Single Serve Peach Cobbler

By The Life Time Foundation Team
This single-serve cobbler is made from whole-food ingredients.
sweet potato "toast" topped with goat cheese and figs

Goat Cheese & Fig Sweet Potato Toast

By The Life Time Foundation Team
Topped with creamy goat cheese and sweet figs for the perfect appetizer, snack, or breakfast.
cherry granola bars

Cherry Granola Bars

By The Life Time Foundation Team
These homemade bars contain natural, whole-food ingredients — and zero added sugar.
a fruit pizza made into the image of an American flag

Flag Fruit Pizza

By The Life Time Foundation Team
Celebrate the Fourth of July with this fun flag pizza.
a jar of rhubarb bbq sauce

Rhubarb Barbecue Sauce

By The Life Time Foundation Team
Most store-bought sauces contain high-fructose corn syrup and other artificial ingredients and preservatives. Try this healthy, sweet, and spicy sauce instead.
a bowl of avocado salsa

Yucatan Avocado Salsa

By Andrew Zimmern
This salsa makes a great tortilla chip dip all on its own, or you can use it to dress any grilled or roasted meat, poultry or seafood. Serve with tortillas and plenty of sangria.
pineapple popsicles

Pineapple Paradise Pops

By The Life Time Foundation Team
Refreshing, sweet, and delicious — with only three ingredients required.
a jar of strawberry mint limeade

Strawberry Mint Limeade

By The Life Time Foundation Team
Stay hydrated with this flavor-infused water.
avocados on weather wood

Homemade Ranch Dressing

By The Life Time Foundation Team
Many store-bought dressings contain added sugars and unhealthy oils. Try this healthy, homemade version instead.
pulled pork in a bowl

Kalua Pork

By Michelle Tam
You could make this flavorful Hawaiian-inspired dish in a slow cooker, but my pressure-cooker version will get you a giant pile of smoky, fork-tender pork in a fraction of the time. It’s delicious as is — or you can crisp it up and make carnitas, add it to a frittata, or make tacos with it. 
brussles sprouts and bacon

Roasted Brussels Sprouts With Bacon

By Michelle Tam
This recipe will convert any Brussels sprouts naysayer — even kids and picky spouses! The mild, nutty bitterness of the caramelized sprouts combines beautifully with smoky pork. There’s a reason this recipe is the most popular one on my blog. 
egg cooked in half an avocado

Avocado Toad-in-a-Hole

By Michelle Tam
This paleo take on the toast-and-egg classic is satisfying and nutritious. It’s perfect for busy weekday breakfasts. 
carrot and cardamom soup

Carrot and Cardamom Soup

By Michelle Tam
Perfect for a cold winter day, this bright, beautiful, nutrient-packed vegetable soup appeals to my whole family. 
pot of mineral broth

Classic Magic Mineral Broth

By Rebecca Katz
Purely from a taste perspective, this broth is versatile, delicious, and nutrient dense. But it’s also incredibly healthy for all parts of the body, including the brain. It’s loaded with magnesium, which is incredibly calming. The sweet potatoes and kombu provide a sense of umami, a savory taste that scientists claim is the hidden element behind cravings. If you’re going to have cravings, this is one of the healthiest and tastiest you can indulge.
baked apples

Baked Apples

By Andrew Zimmern
Andrew Zimmern's baked apples are packed with currents, dates, pecans and warming spices like cinnamon and nutmeg.
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