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Healthy Recipes–Please Share Yours!

Share a Healthy Recipe!

Share a Healthy Recipe!

Healing through nutrition is one of the best “natural cures” available to everyone.

Today’s Natural Cures Blog Carnival is an opportunity to share your favorite healthy recipe. As each of us tries to re-tool our favorite recipes using non-GMO, organic, and other more natural whole food ingredients, through our blogs we can pass along our healthier versions to others.

Please dig into your archives, or do a new post and contribute your recipes to this carnival. If you don’t have a blog, feel free to put your recipe in the comments section.

Bloggers send your links to kim dot hartke at gmail.com.

Here is my entry, Coconut Granola from Eat Fat, Lose Fat by Mary Enig and Sally Fallon.

Home chefs, are you looking for good sources for ingredients? Check the Hartke is Online! Resources page!

To see instructions on how to participate in this blog carnival, see the Natural Cures Tuesday page, which is also on the menu at the top of this blog. All future themes will be posted on this page, so check back and come play!

Kelly the Kitchen Kop offers recipes that include liver, an organ meat that is vitally important to a healthy diet.

Local Nourishment blog submits a favorite breakfast recipe for pancakes! Thanks!

Cheeseslave offers  a collection of recipes for baked goods — bread, pancakes, muffins — made with coconut flour. Coconut flour is low-carb, gluten-free and is a very healthy alternative to wheat flour:
Gluten Free Baking: Wheat-Free Recipes with Coconut Flour

Andrea Milstein, who is an expert at baking with spelt, submits this wonderful Rustic Apple Tart or Galette.

You’re Next!

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Comments

  1. I have posted…hope I did it right;-) Thanks for offering a great carnival – with more to come!

    Karen’s last blog post..My Favorite Brownies…and Yours, too!

  2. My contribution is a Fancy Chicken Salad recipe. Hopefully I did it correctly! Thanks for this carnival! 🙂

    Raine Saunders’s last blog post..Fancy Spring-Time Chicken Salad

  3. I’d like to contribute my recipe for oven roasted ribs made completely without sugar!

    Elizabeth’s last blog post..Jamaican Ribs

  4. I love the recipe exchange. I have an old fashioned website, if you’ve ever heard of such a thing, but there are lots of recipes there – here’s the shortcut http://tinyurl.com/Kris-Kitchen . I love to make the Fruit Compost – Ambrosia (under ‘Snacks’) in lots of variations. It’s a wonderful quick substitute for ice cream – made with coconut cream concentrate.

  5. Spicy Recipes says:

    A good thought of exchanging recipes .Here is my site Recipes where you can share and prepare diffrent recipes . A good thought of exchanging .Thanks for the idea which you have a implemented.

  6. Robin Toupin says:

    My recipe as follows: (serves two)

    One head cauliflower chopped into small pieces (not too small)
    one clove garlic (for flavor)
    one whole leek, white part only or one quarter onion finely diced

    Boil the above until the cauliflower is tender. Drain using a strainer.

    Mash with one tablespoon non hydrogenated margarine or light butter.
    Add a dash of milk so the mixture isn’t dry.
    Place into small casserole dish

    Sprinkle with a small amount of low fat cheese.
    Bake in the over about one half hour at 350 to brown the top and serve.

    Extremely low in calories and carbs. Excellent for low fat, low carb or
    heart smart diets.

    Tonight, I served this with oven baked Basa (white fish) fillets.

    My recipe for these is:

    Defrost two medium Basa fillets (about 200 calories each)
    Spray glass oven dish with non calorie non fat spray or
    a small amount of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
    Place fillets in dish.
    Sprinkle lightly with oregano
    Dash of pepper

    In a bowl, mix a coating as follows:

    1/4 cup red or white wine.
    1/4 cup grainy Dijon mustard
    One tablespoon yellow mustard.

    Coat the fish with the mixture

    Top with 1/4 cup thinly sliced cabbage (cut length ways,
    so it is long and thin)
    Slice a dozen grape or cherry tomatoes and place them loosely
    around the fish.

    Bake for about twenty minutes in a 350 oven.

    Serve together.

    This menu, which is one of many I created, is colorful due to the tomatoes and
    coating, extremely healthy and tastes incredible! For people who are trying to
    avoid carbs and calories, this is a great menu for two.

  7. Here is my original recipe for Tofu Bacon it is Vegan and goes great on a BLT or crushed onto salad.

    http://cmacskitchen.blogspot.com/2009/06/cmacs-tofu-bacon.html

  8. Fris Arvz says:

    I call it, Chocolate Chip Cookie:

    Prepare the following:
    5 ounces good-quality semi-sweet chocolate bar (Scharffen Berger 62%)
    1 cup whole wheat pastry flour
    1/2 teaspoon baking powder
    1/2 teaspoon baking soda
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    1 cup old-fashioned rolled oats
    1/2 cup walnuts, very, very finely chopped (by hand)
    1/2 cup unsalted butter, at room temperature
    scant 1 cup natural cane sugar (or brown sugar)
    scant 1 tablespoon organic unsulphured molasses (blackstrap)
    1 large egg
    1 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
    1/4 cup large-grain sugar (for ex: turbinado)

    Procedure:
    Preheat your oven to 350F degrees, racks in top and bottom third. Line a couple baking sheets with parchment paper.

    Finely chop the chocolate bar into 1/8-inch pieces, more like shavings really. Try to avoid big lumps and chunks, which make flattening out the cookie dough later more difficult.

    In a mixing bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, oats, walnuts, and shaved chocolate. Set aside.

    Using a mixer (or by hand) beat the butter until fluffy. Beat in the sugar and mix until it is also light and fluffy. Scrape down the sides of the bowl once or twice. Beat in the molasses, then the egg, mixing until both are well incorporated, scrape down the sides of the bowl once or twice. Beat in the vanilla. Add the flour mix and stir by hand until the ingredients barely come together into a uniform dough.

    I like these cookies tiny, barely bite-sized, so I scoop out the dough in exact, level teaspoons. I then tear those pieces of dough in two before rolling each 1/2 teaspoon of dough into a ball shape. Place two inches apart on your prepared baking sheets. Gently flatten each dough ball into a thin, round patty with two fingers and then sprinkle the top of each cookie with a pinch of large-grain sugar. Bake for 7 minutes or until cookies are golden and fragrant. Remove from oven, and cool on a wire rack.

  9. http://nurturedfamilylife.blogspot.com/2010/10/pumpkin-pecan-bars.html

    My family has just started to get into healthier food. This is a great sort of transition recipes and I’ve included directions to make it dairy and gluten free.

  10. I’m trying to follow a low carb diet (for hypoglycemia) but I am also hypersensitive to wheat that makes it a small harder to cook and find easy recipes. Does anyone have any recipes such as this that they’ve
    tried before?.

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