Watch Out, Zucchini: 4 Other Vegetables You Can Spiralize


Zucchini noodles, commonly known as “zoodles,” hit the market running with their pasta-mimicking function. Zoodles replaced traditional noodles without hesitation from the public as their popularity increased among individuals looking for a low-carbohydrate option. With one quick Pinterest search, you can find recipes for zoodles and meatballs, zoodle lasagna, zoodle soup or zoodle pad thai. The extra veggie servings must have got our brain juices running. We’ve come up with a few other colorful vegetables to bring to the spiralizer. Read more  »

Root Vegetable Au Gratin


One bite of this delicious recipe will have you rooting for more. Root vegetables grow underground, absorb loads of nutrients directly from the soil and become nutritional storehouses. They contain essential minerals such as potassium, phosphorus and magnesium and have tons of natural sweetness and flavor, especially when cooked together.  Get the recipe.

Gluten-Free Waffles


It’s true, breakfast is the most important meal of the day for various reasons, including its ability to fight obesity and diabetes. This gluten-free waffle recipe is a fun and nutritious morning option, with no added sugar and a good amount of protein and fiber to keep you full until lunch. Top with fruit or compote and create endless flavor combinations.  Get the recipe.

JP’Z Kale Kakes


It’s always a great idea to find ways to “sneak” more greens into your diet, and this sweet treat lets you do just that. Kale contains tons of nutrients, including beta-carotene, vitamin K and vitamin C. Plus, kale, along with others in the brassica family, contains sulforaphane, a compound that may help ward off certain cancers. Swap a sugary treat for this sweet and green alternative instead.  Get the recipe.

Mediterranean Pan-Seared Cod


Make this light and flaky fish in a flash for a healthy weeknight dinner. Cod is a heavy source of protein, and this recipe is filled with healthy ingredients, including garlic, which reduces blood pressure; olive oil, which boosts brain health; and tomatoes, which help prevent and protect against cancer. Get the recipe.